Post World War I Europe - PostWorldWarIEurope 19181929...

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    Post World War I Europe 1918-1929
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Objective To understand the international order  after World War I To understand how Europeans adapted  to life after World War I To understand new political systems  that arose after World War I
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The League of Nations Wilson  and the League of Nations Rejection of Treaty of Versailles
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Refusing to Give the Lady a Seat
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Wilson as Schoolteacher
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Problems after World War I Large numbers in casualties France lost 1.4 million men Russia lost 1.8 million men Germany lost 2 million men 10 million total Economic European countries in debt to the US Germany to pay huge reparations
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France Suffered the worst damage from the war Lost greatest proportion of casualties Needed new alliances  Demanded reparations from Germany
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Britain Winning the war did not solve problems Economic Decline Labour Party comes to power 
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Britain Problems in the British Empire “White Colonies” India Ireland
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