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World War I

Effects after world war I

David Lloyd George He was a prime minister and he was from Great Britain.He was also part of the Big Four.
George Clemenceau He is the premier and he is from France.Also part of the Big Four.
Vittorio Orlando He is the prime minister and he is from Italy.Also he is part of the Big Four
Armistice cease-fire
Big Four The Four allied leader that was responsible for the hammering out the treaty after World War I. m
Compromise settlements in which each side give up some of its demands to reach an agreement
Fourteen Points There were President Wilson goals to reach.
Reparation payments for the costs of war
League of Nations peacekeeping organization that was created by Woodrow Wilson.
Treaty of Versailles the treaty was created after the War of World War I between the Allies and Germany. Allied leaders considered it the most important of the five agreements.Germany considered it the hardest or most unfair.
Mandate it held the league of nations governed each territory but allowed a member territory a spirit of nationalism.
Balfour Declaration promising the Jews a homeland in Palestine
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