Aftermath of WWI1

Aftermath of WWI1 - I. II. A. B. C. D. III. Aftermath of...

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I. Aftermath of WWI II. 1920’s A. Return to normalcy B. Bad times C. Conservative Backlash D. Isolation III. The Great Depression Begin to go for peace treaty Wilson progressiveness comes out End future wars in Europe, threat from Russia .Negotiation Versailles, France 14 points Wanted countries to cut down size in military forces Agreement on economics, free movement Share Rivers Winners wanted to punish German, Austrian Empire Versailles treaty Everything revenge on Germany One clause desperately want – league of nation 1918-1919 international organization you could take your problems and prevent another war Treat signed summer 1919 U.S. doesn’t want part in Versailles treat terrible waste of life, greed, money nothing has changed 1919 – U.S. turn back on Europe Senate nearly ratifies treaty -wont join WW1 marks end of progressive area Americans not possible to fix world Big business men back in power 1917-1924 Immigration Act – U.S. done with Europe 1920’s -wanted return to normalcy
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 152 taught by Professor Kwasny during the Fall '07 term at Ohio State.

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Aftermath of WWI1 - I. II. A. B. C. D. III. Aftermath of...

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