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Woodrow Wilson and the Fourteen Points
A quick review of Wilson's 14 points
Terms in this set (9)
The "Big 4"
David Lloyd George (Great Britain), Georges Clemenceau (France), Vittorio Orlando (Italy), Woodrow Wilson (USA)
The "Big 3"
David Lloyd George (Great Britain), Georges Clemenceau (France), Woodrow Wilson (USA)
President of the United States at the time of the signing of the Treaty of Versailles
Name of Wilson's speech and plan for lasting peace after WWI
A condition of Wilson's Fourteen Points: Open Diplomacy
No secret agreements
A condition of Wilson's Fourteen Points: Freedom of Navigation
Freedom to explore other countries and the seas
A condition of Wilson's Fourteen Points: Free Trade
Trade materials and goods freely with other countries
A condition of Wilson's Fourteen Points: League of Nations
An organization which member nations would cooperate to keep the peace
A condition of Wilson's Fourteen Points: Self-determination
The ability for peoples to create and have control over their own government (i.e. no colonial, imperialistic, or outside rulers)
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