Making the Peace. Chapter 14 Section 4. The Cost of War. In the end, 8.5 million people were dead. Double that number were wounded and handicapped.
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Making the Peace
Both Britain and France demanded harsh treatment against Germany.
Wilson stuck to his self-determination and Fourteen Points
He also believed that the League of Nations should be based on the idea of collective security, a system in which a group of nations acts as one to preserve peace for all.