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Wilson, George, Clemenceau, Orlando Leaders of the four most influential countries after World War I - U.S., Britain, France and Italy, respectively Mandate system A half-way system between outright imperial domination and independence, it was used to split Germany's empire after WW I Bernard Baruch Millionaire, he headed the War Industries Board after 1918. Samuel Gompers President of the AFL, he combined unions to increase their strength. The “Big Four” - Leaders of the four most influential countries after WWI (Wilson – US; George –
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Unformatted text preview: Britain; Clemenceau – France; Orlando – Italy) Mandate System – A half-way system between outright imperial domination and independence; used to split Germany's empire after WWI Bernard Baruch - Millionaire, he headed the War Industries Board after 1918 Samuel Gompers - President of the AFL; combined unions to increase their strength...
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