Social studies Chapter 8 lesson 5

1. Leaders from 27 nations gathered in Paris, France, in January 1919

2. The landscape, farms, and towns of Europe lay in ruins

3. These points reflected Wilson's belief in national self-determination

4. Wilson's final point was the creation of League of Nations

5. Wilson was not clear how to achieve self-determination

Europe after world war 1
President Wilson signing the Treaty of Versailles

6. Wilson won little support for the Fourteen Points

7. He and Lloyd George also demanded that Germany make large reparations

8. The allies and Germany signed the Treaty of Versailles

9. The Treaty also carved up the Austrian-Hungarian and Russian Empires

10. In the United States, the senate must agree to, or ratify, all treaties


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