5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- cash payments, for the losses they had suffered during the war.
- Woodrow Wilson (US president),
Georges Clemenceau (french premier),
David Lloyd George (british prime minister),
Vittorio Orlando (italian prime minister)
- people who wanted the United States to stay out of world affairs, opposed the League of Nations.
- to give up power
- defeat of the Germans by French and American troops in France in October 1918; more than 100,000 casualties for America
5 True/False questions
League of Nations → cash payments, for the losses they had suffered during the war.
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk → ending Russia's participation in the war. The treaty was harsh, requiring Russia to give up large amounts of land to Germany.
self determination → an international organization formed in 1920 to promote cooperation and peace among nations.
Its job would be to protect the independence of all countries—large or small. His goals were clear. He stated:
"An evident principle runs through the whole program that I have outlined. It is the principle of justice to all peoples and nationalities, and their right to live on equal terms of liberty and safety with one another, whether weak or strong."
— Woodrow Wilson, Speech, January 8, 1918
epidemic → a widespread outbreak of an infectious disease
Henry Cabot Lodge → A Republican from Massachusetts, who disagreed with the Versailles Treaty, and who was the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. He mostly disagreed with the section (Article 10) that called for the League to protect a member whose independence or territory was threatened.