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Social Studies Sec.4

Ch. 23 8th World War 1 Section 4 study guide

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How many soldiers died in World War 1? about 8.5 million
What was one post-World War 1 problem? farmland all over Europe was destroyed, leading to food sortages
What happened in 1918 killing about 30 million people around the world? a worldwide influenza epidemic broke out
What was signed by representatives of the United States, France, Britain, and Italy? The Treaty of Versailles
What are Reparations? payments for war damages
What was the biggest challenge president Wilson faced in Europe and at home as he tried to promote his Fourteen Point? people in Europe and the U.S. wanted the treaty to focus on punishing Germany, not on making future wars harder to start. Many wanted Germans to pay $33 billion in reparations and for US to take control of Germany
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