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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Section Five Searching for Peace The Fourteen Points by: Woodrow Wilson The Fourteen Points were made on January 8, 1918 The Fourteen Points included the removal of barriers to trade among nations, open convents, general association of nations, adjustment of all colonial claims, and the principle of self-determination, which no ethnic group will be lead by one's nation. Fourteen Points would work, but at the Paris Conference in 1919, Wilson had encountered much disagreement on The Fourteen Point he was forced to make in negotiating the peace treaties. Wilson never explained how The Caroline Perry Per.9 Wilson's final point was to create Fourteen Points was to create that would help preserve The League of Nations peace and prevent future wars in 1919 European Leaders were interested in giving Germany revenge, even making Germany take blame for the war, reparations for the damage they cause threw 1914-1918 Germany took reparations on Oct. 3, 1918 The Treaty of Versailles The treaty was signed at the Palace of Versailles, near Paris, on June 28, 1919 in effect on Jan. 10 1920 The Treaty of Versailles was combat had ended when Germany accepted an armistice on Nov. 11, 1918 The U.S. made separate in 1921 The treaty created peace with Germany and 32 other allies China never signed the treaty The treaty created League of Nations and the Permanent Court of International Justice United States President Woodrow Wilson, British Prime Minister David Lloyd George, French Premier Georges Clemenceau, and Italian Prime Minister Vittorio Orlando are the most important people who had a role in drafting the treaty these men were also granted a nickname "The Big Four" peace treaty with Germany with each of the central powers
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