Wilson’s 14 Points and the Treaty of Versaille
Wilson’s 14 Points
and the Treaty of Versaille
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
, 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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