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History II

Chapter 19 Sec 3

QuestionAnswer
convoy group of ships that traveled together for protection against German U-boats
Vladimir Lenin radical communist leader who took over Russia in March 1917
John J. Pershing general who led American force in Europe
Fourteen Points Wilson's plan for lasting peace through inter nation openness and cooperation
self-determination the right of people to choose their own form of gov.
League of Nations world organization to promote peaceful cooperation between countries
Henry Cabot Lodge department Senator who opposed ratification of the Treaty of Versailles
reparations payments for war damages
irreconcilables Senate isolationists who opposed any treaty that includes a League of Nations
reservations Senators who opposed the Treaty of Versailles as written but were open to compromise
Created by: Hellokitty139