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Alysia CristWalden UniversityWorld History: 1900 - 1945Both Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points and the Treaty of Versailles were created to bring peace around the world. Wilson’s fourteen points spoke of evacuating and restoring nationswhile the Treaty of Versailles enacted. It is rather obvious that Wilson’s fourteen points were a predecessor for the Treaty of Versailles. The biggest difference between the Treaty of Versailles of Wilson’s Fourteen Points was the treatment of Germany. While it was the primary goal of the Treaty of Versailles to punish Germany, Wilson’s Fourteen Points seemed more sympathetic towards them. The following is an exert from Wilson’s Fourteen Points:“We have no jealousy of German greatness, and there is nothing in this program that impairs it.We grudge her no achievement or distinction of learning or of pacific enterprise such as havemade her record very bright and very enviable. We do not wish to injure her or to block in anyway her legitimate influence or power. We do not wish to fight her either with arms or with