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The story of three arrivals Woodrow Wilson “you carry with you the hearts, hopes, and dreams of thousands of Americans” December 19,1918 Banners hailed Wilson. “founder of the rights of man” Thousands cheered his arrival. Wilson believed he could “reach the people of Europe” William Monroe Trotter Fearless and outspoken editor of the Boston guardian. No grand welcome Did not even have a passport African American. State department denied visa. Campaigned and sent tons of materials to many people Ngyun Tang Sought further education and freedom for Vietnam from France Liked Wilson’s 14 points plan. Asked for equal rights for Vietnamese Never heard from the apostle of “self-determination” Got in contact with Lenin. Changed his name to Ho Chi Mien. 1) what were the immediate foreign policy consequences of WWI? 2) what were the long term consequences of WWI? 3) what was wilsonianism? Defeated nations were not at the Paris peace conference. Treaty of Versailles mostly
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 111H taught by Professor Lentz-smith during the Spring '08 term at Duke.

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