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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 23 Brian Nelson Period 5-6 Map 23.1-Switzerland, Hungary, Germany Map 23 .2-One front (the west), had much more pressure and demand on eat, while the other (east)had much less pressure as well as some help from the main country. The Reality of War: T rench Warfare-The constant death and lack of supplies causes the constant madness that goes on in the trenches.-His arguments are of a high degree, his points are valid, and he argues persuasively. Women in the Factories- He points out what is wrong with women working in factories whilst offering ideas to change them after stating the errors.-She has learned that the faster they could build the guns the better, and it wasn’t the quality that mattered, it was the quantity. Map 23.3-Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary The Voice of Peacemaking: Woodrow Wilson-He established that there should be no munitions present, no soldiers, and just them. They were to just talk themselves about the peace treaty with no strings attached, just two men.-I believe they were, considering most were met and that none were broken or looked down upon by other people....
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2010 for the course WSS 101 taught by Professor Stinkly during the Spring '10 term at Winston Salem State.
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