Presentation on theme: "The Treaty of Versailles"— Presentation transcript:
1 The Treaty of Versailles Costs of the WarWhat is theTreaty ofVersailles?C. Who wasthere?D. The Results
2 CA Content StandardAnalyze the aims and negotiating roles of world leaders, the terms and influence of the Treaty of Versailles and Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points, and the causes and effects of United States's rejection of the League of Nations on world politics.
3 Content and Language Objectives Content Objective- Students will analyze the influence of the Treaty of Versailles.Language Objective- Students will take notes, pair share, and answer questions about the lesson.
4 A. Costs of the War 8.5 million soldiers died, 21 million were wounded 12 million civilians died because of the warStarvation, disease, slaughterAlmost an entire generation of men were wiped out in France and Great BritainCosts the Allied Powers $200 billion, and the Central Powers $138 billionAcres of farmland, homes, villages, towns were all destroyed
8 CFU What are three causes that civilians died during World War 1? Pair Share 30 Seconds (Pick non-volunteer)
9 B. What is the Treaty of Versailles? It is the formal peace agreement that officially ended WWIIt was signed June 28, 1919 outside of Paris
10 CFU What was the goal of the Treaty of Versailles? Pair Share 30 Seconds- (Pick non-volunteer)
11 C. Who was there?All of the Allied Powers (except Russia) were invited“Big Four” were the main writersThey were the leaders of the U.S., France, Great Britain, and Italy
12 President Wilson (U.S.) came to the meeting with a plan called the Fourteen Points to create a just and lasting peace-Wanted “a peace without victory”France and Britain wanted revenge on GermanyItaly wanted to gain territory from the Central Powers
13 CFU United States wanted _____ _______ _______. France and Britain wanted _______.Italy wanted __________.Pair Share 30 Seconds- (Pick a non-volunteer)
14 D. The ResultsHarsh peace for Germany which leads to WWII