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Failure to Secure Peace

by: Katharine Anthony

Failure to Secure Peace HIS113U

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The American Experience: The United States and the World
Barbara Blumberg
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American History, 1914-Present, U.S. and the World, history
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Date Created: 02/21/16
I. Wilson's 14 Points a. Equal trade for all. b. No secret treaties i. Many countries that ended up joining the Allies or switched sides because of secret treaties c. Arm reduction i. Everyone needs to chill their arms and stop fucking having a goddamn arms race. d. Peace on land and sea i. Don't be a dick and bomb other people's ships e. Self-determination of nationalities. i. Specifically Poland ii. Redrawing the Baltic countries. II. The Treaty of Versailles a. 1919 b. Many countries were invited, but some were not i. Russians- they signed a separate peace. 1) Armies of like a ton of countries went to go fuck up Communists. ii. Germany was not invited to their own damn peace treaty iii. Only the winners at the peace treaty iv. Wilson was obviously not gon dictate the terms. v. 27 different delegations there vi. Treaty forced on Germany is super different from the spirit and the letter of the 14 points peace program III. Defeat of the Treaty of Versailles in the U.S. Senate a. Senate didn't like articles specifically: i. Article 10 IV. Consequences of the Failure of the US to ratify the Treaty of Versailles and join the League of Nations a. With the failure for the US to ratify the Treaty of Versailles and join the League of Nations the League of Nations never had a strong baring and it never got very fair in keeping justice in society.


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