Oct 19 Notes

Oct 19 Notes - Wilsons Fourteen Points, Jan. 1918...

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Wilson’s Fourteen Points, Jan. 1918 “Progressive” vision of International Relations and response to war and Bolshevism: Built on “Peace without Victory” speech, 1917 Free Trade and Freedom of the Seas Self-Determination Collective Security through International Body “New diplomacy”: open covenants between nations - 1919, there were so many people who came out to thank him Peace at Versailles Lloyd George, Clemenceau, Orlando, and Wilson(14 points are repudiated [peace without victory is done]) Treaty of Versailles, June: 1919 fourteen Points mostly repudiated: Reparations and War Guilt Territorial Concessions by Germany League of Nations The “Big four” at Versailles Rejection of Treaty (signed by summer of 1919)(treaties should be confirmed by senates 2/3rds or more) Wilson Tours country to support Treaty ratification(he suffers stroke and becomes incapacitated during his speech) “Breaking the Heart of the World” US senate rejects treaty, almost exclusively due to League of Nations
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course HIST 104A taught by Professor Hanson during the Fall '08 term at Binghamton.

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