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Making the Peace 11.4
The Costs of War War casualties Flu pandemic Mass destruction Unrest in colonial territiories and at home
The Paris Peace Conference “Big Three” Wilson US, Clemenceau France, Lloyd George England Soviets(Russians) and Germans were not invited
Conflicts and Agendas England and France- Punish Germany US-peacemaker Wilson’s “14 points” Italy –Austrian territory
Treaty of Versailles Germany full blame Germany must pay for everything 2.7 trillion dollars today Germany can’t have a military French get Alsace and Lorraine
Outcome of Peace Settlement New nations Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Hungary, Austria, Czechoslavakia European colonies get nothing League of Nations
Chapter 11 Section 4 Making the Peace. The Costs of War Loss of human life and materials – 1918 “pandemic” of influenza killed 20 million Financial Toll.
World War I Section 4 Making the Peace Section 4 Making the Peace.
The End of WWI The Russian Revolution – Russians overthrew their government – Signed the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk with Germany in order to leave.
The Treaty of Versailles and the impact of War. Paris Peace Conference Dominated by Big 4 Dominated by Big 4 - US: Wilson - GB: George - France: Clemenceau.
Post WW I Wilson’s Plan for Peace 14 Points Speech to Congress Jan 1918 Just and lasting peace.
World War I [Conclusion and Aftermath] The War comes to a Close - Factors contributing to the end of the war - Russia withdraws from the War -Communist.
Peace after WWI. Big Four Woodrow Wilson – US Georges Clemenceau – France David Lloyd George – G.B. Vittorio Orlando – Italy 32 Total Countries.
The End of WWI. Focus Question To ensure that war does not break out again, which of the following should be the priority after the war has ended: (1)
Treaty of Versailles A Flawed Peace. What countries met to decide the resolution to WWI at the Paris Peace Conference?
Making the Peace. Costs of the War A. 8.5 million killed from war 1. Pandemic- Flu spread throughout world killing 20+ million people.
The Peace Treaties Aim: to revise the Paris Pace Conference.
13.4 A Flawed Peace. The Eastern Front Russia is far behind other European countries in industrialization Army faces major losses, some troops desert.
The Paris Peace Conference and the Treaty of Versailles 1919.
World War I A Flawed Peace and The Legacy of the Great War.
Outcomes of WWI. Costs of the War Make a quick list of some of the costs of the war. What was Europe like at the brink of war in 1914 compared to.
The Treaty of Versailles Lesson starter Germany deserved to be punished at the end of WWI. Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer.
14.4. On January 18, 1919, a conference to establish peace terms began at the Palace of Versailles The meeting’s major decisions were made by the.
A Flawed Peace The Treaty of Versailles. Paris Peace Conference Held at Palace of Versailles in January 1919 Delegates from 32 countries Germany.
The Treaty of Versailles “Paris Peace Conference”.
The Impact of The Treaty of Versailles. You will see a series of five original photographs from World War I. For each photograph quick write your reaction.
Making the Peace Chapter 11 Section 4. The Costs of War The Costs Of War.
From January to June 1918, U.S. President Woodrow Wilson and The representatives of the European powers met at the Palace of Versailles, outside Paris,
World War I Comes to an End. A Flawed Peace January 1919 January countries 27 countries Treaty of Versailles Treaty of Versailles Lasted 5 months.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Peace Treaty After World War I.
Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence.
Human Costs of the War Huge causalities on all sides – Over 8.5 million people killed – 17 million wounded.
United States and WW I 1.Treaty of Brest-Litovsk 2.Major Battles 3.Armistice 4.Costs of the War.
Chapter 13 Section 4 A Flawed Peace. Main Idea After winning the war, the Allies dictated a harsh peace settlement that left many nations feeling betrayed.
The End of the Great War. Germany Signs Armistace 11 am Assured that 14 Points are Basis for Peace.
The Treaty of Versailles (Ch. 13, Sec. 4). What was the Fourteen Points Plan? President Wilson proposed a postwar peace plan (the Fourteen Points) He.
Versailles Today Delegates at Versailles, 1919.
The End of the War. Entry of the United States U.S. tried to remain neutral in WWI German policy of unrestricted submarine warfare provoked U.S. Lusitania.
Treaty of Versailles A Peace of Justice vs. a Peace of Vengeance? The American President Woodrow Wilson’s goals for peace were expressed as his Fourteen.
Knowledge Connections Definition Picture Term Vocabulary CompromiseReparations.
The End of War and the Treaty of Versailles. The End of the War Russia backs out of the war in the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk between Germany and Russia.
WWI Comes to an End The Terms of Peace & Creating a New Europe.
4. A Flawed Peace The Paris Peace Conference: Woodrow Wilson – US president, created 14 Points peace plan: - Based on the idea of self-determination –
When the war was over the peace talks were held at the palace of Versailles in France. When the war was over the peace talks were held at the palace of.
4National Empires collapsed… 9,000,000 people had died… 1 World Organization had been created… 13 Nations had been created… 1 other nation promised…
11.4 Making the Peace. The Costs of War Bj Ceralde A. Death Count 1.Millions of soldiers were dead, and even more wounded. 2.The devastation was made.
1.What did the Allies want at the Treaty of Versailles? 2.What was Germany’s punishment? 3.What are reparations? 4.What was the League of Nations?
The End of WWI & The Treaty of Versailles. Objectives Analyze the costs of World War I. Describe the issues faced by the delegates to the Paris Peace.
Ms. Payne September 20, SS6H7 The students will explain conflict and change in Europe to the 21 st century. a. Describe major developments following.
The Versailles Treaty The Big Three and the Paris Peace Conference.
Making the Peace Section 4 Objectives Analyze the costs of World War I. Describe the issues faced by the delegates to the Paris Peace Conference. Explain.
The Treaty of Versailles The End of WWI. What was the Treaty of Versailles? TTTThe peace settlement signed after WWI ended SSSSigned at the Versailles.
“The Allied and Associated Governments affirm, and Germany accepts, the responsibility of Germany and her allies for causing all the loss and damage to.
Please have the 2 handouts from the back of the room PLZ tell me why the US enters world war 1? How is this different from how the other countries enter.
A FLAWED PEACE The Great War After the War March 3, 1918 – Russia signs the Treaty of Brest- Litovsk November 9, 1918 – Kaiser Wilhelm steps down November.
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