Wilson’s 14 Points and the Treaty of Versaille

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Wilson’s 14 Points and the Treaty of Versailles
In a January 8, 1918 address before a joint session of Congress, President Woodrow Wilson outlined “Fourteen Points” that he felt, taken all together, offered the best chance for an end to the fighting and bringing peace to Europe. At the same time, the “Fourteen Points” were a statement of America’s peace aims, that the U.S. would not be a party to a narrow, vengeful peace settlement. Wilson was offering a proposal that could bring peace to the warring nations, and he was specifically encouraging Germany and her allies to end the fighting.

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