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SC7-EFFECTS of WWI

SC 7-4 Effects of WWI

TERMDEFINITION
armistice cease fire
Big Four Woodrow Wilson (United States), Prime Minister David Lloyd George (Great Britain), Premier Georges Clemenceau (France), Prime Minister Vittorio Orlando (Italy)
treaty agreement worked out between 2 or more nations
compromise settlement in which each side gives up something in order to reach an agreement
Fourteen Points document President Wilson wanted for the "lasting peace"
reparation payments for the cost of the war
League of Nations peace keeping organization whose members would be the countries of the world
Treaty of Versailles Treaty at the end of WWI, signed in France at the Palace of Versailles, never signed by Germany- creating the bitterness that led to WWII
mandate Mid-East area governed by the League of Nations which led to a feeling of Nationalism and desire for self-rule in the ARAB nations
Balfour Declaration Great Britain promising Jews a homeland in Palestine
Zionism Jewish desire to return to the Holy Land (Palestine)
Created by: mhardy