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Published on January 18, 2009

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The Treaty of Versailles

 

The Big 3 France Georges Clemenceau

France

Georges Clemenceau

The Big 3 Great Britain David Lloyd George

Great Britain

David Lloyd George

The Big 3 The U.S.A. Woodrow Wilson

The U.S.A.

Woodrow Wilson

The 14 Points 1. No more secret agreements ("Open covenants openly arrived at"). 2. Free navigation of all seas. 3. An end to all economic barriers between countries. 4. Countries to reduce weapon numbers. 5. All decisions regarding the colonies should be impartial 6. The German Army is to be removed from Russia. Russia should be left to develop     her own political set-up. 7. Belgium should be independent like before the war. 8. France should be fully liberated and allowed to recover Alsace-Lorraine

1. No more secret agreements ("Open covenants openly arrived at").

2. Free navigation of all seas.

3. An end to all economic barriers between countries.

4. Countries to reduce weapon numbers.

5. All decisions regarding the colonies should be impartial

6. The German Army is to be removed from Russia. Russia should be left to develop     her own political set-up.

7. Belgium should be independent like before the war.

8. France should be fully liberated and allowed to recover Alsace-Lorraine

9. All Italians are to be allowed to live in Italy. Italy's borders are to "along     clearly recognizable lines of nationality." 10. Self-determination should be allowed for all those living in Austria-Hungary. 11. Self-determination and guarantees of independence should be allowed for        the Balkan states. 12. The Turkish people should be governed by the Turkish government. Non-Turks in        the old Turkish Empire should govern themselves. 13. An independent Poland should be created which should have access to the sea. 14. A League of Nations should be set up to guarantee the political and territorial        independence of all states.

9. All Italians are to be allowed to live in Italy. Italy's borders are to "along     clearly recognizable lines of nationality."

10. Self-determination should be allowed for all those living in Austria-Hungary.

11. Self-determination and guarantees of independence should be allowed for        the Balkan states.

12. The Turkish people should be governed by the Turkish government. Non-Turks in        the old Turkish Empire should govern themselves.

13. An independent Poland should be created which should have access to the sea.

14. A League of Nations should be set up to guarantee the political and territorial        independence of all states.

Disagreements

German Reaction

 

Hyperinflation

 

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