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WW1 Effects

Effects of WW1

armistice cease-fire
Big Four Consists of four people, President Woodrow Wilson of the United States, Prime Minister David Lloyd George of Great Britain, Premier Georges Clemenceau of France, and Prime Minister Vittorio Orlando of Italy. They drafted a treaty for the 5 losing nations.
compromise settlements in which each side gives up some of its demands to reach an agreement.
Fourteen Points President Wilson outlined his plans for a "lasting peace" in this document.
reparation payments for the costs of war
League of Nations Wilson focused on creating a peacekeeping organization known as the League of Nations. The Leage could fix unfair treaty terms.
Treaty of Versailles The treaty was between the Allies and Germany. It forced Germany to pay money to the winners and give up land and weapons.
mandate territory governed but allowed to be run by a member territory
Balfour Declaration Promised Jews a homeland in Palestine
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