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World War I: Chapter 12, Section 5

World War I: Chapter 12, Section 5

Author: Traci Erlandson
Description:

1. Discover the expectations that Wilson and the Allies brought to the Paris Peace Conference.

2. Learn about the important provisions of the peace treaty.

3. Find out how the federal government and ordinary Americans reacted to the end of the war.

Main Idea: When the fighting ended in Europe, President Wilson pressed for a treaty that would bring peace to the postwar world.

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Tutorial

World War I: Global Peacemaker

Unit: World War I- The Versailles Treaty & the League of Nations

Source: Prentice Hall: America Pathways to the Present Modern American History