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was finally signed on June 28, 1919 - Some of the things were: o Germany disarmed, stripped of colonies, admitted sole  blame for war, payments to Allies o France got their provinces Alsace & Lorraine and 15  years of control of the coal Saar Basin o The 30 mile zone along Rhine was transformed into  Poland o Italy got a slice of Austria around Brenner Pass and  Japan Shandong claims - German colonies went to Allies to be later at some point be made  independent - Independence of Poland was recognized and Baltic states give to  Russia - Two new nations took form: Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia - As the conference was going on, Allied troops tried to overthrow  the Bolshevik government of Russia - By 1918 7,000 AEF members who wanted to spend Christmas  with family were in Siberia – until Apr. 1920 - The Allies aid Russian Gen. Aleksandr Kolchak in fighting an  unsuccessful battle to defeat the Bolsheviks - The USA didn’t recognize the USSR until 1933 - Wilson was concentrating on 1 thing: an international 
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The Fighting over the   League of Nations Racism and Red Scare 13-Day Reign A. Mitchell Palmer The Election of 1920 organization, League of Nations - The league presented his greatest ideas of democracy - His dreams would be shattered by some of the anti-league (R)  who recently came to office, like Sen. Lodge - After returning with the treaty to US for ratification, Lodge took  weeks to tighten it and cut things off - After a tiresome trip to west, Wilson suffered a paralyzing stroke  on Oct. 2, spending the rest of his office in an wheel chair or bed - His 2 nd  wife, Edith Galt helped him during these tough times - The Senate didn’t ratify the treaty and USA didn’t join the League; 
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