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  1. Describe the provisions of Wilson’s Fourteen Points
  2. Compare and contrast the positions of the United States, France, and Britain at the peace conference.
  3. Which statement best explains the British and French response to the “Fourteen Points” plan?

    When it came to weapons, the “Fourteen Points” plan called for

    A year before the “Fourteen Points” speech, President Wilson said a peace agreement should

    Which positions did Britain’s prime minister support at the Paris Peace Conference? Check all that apply.

    The chart shows the consequences of World War I on France and Britain.

    A 3-column table with 3 rows titled Cost of War. Column 1 is not labeled with entries number killed, total casualties, direct and indirect monetary costs. Column 2 is labeled France with entries 1,357,800, 6,160,800, 39 billion dollars. Column 3 is labeled Britain with entries 908,371, 3,190,235, 45 billion dollars.

    Based on the chart, which best explains why France and Britain approached peace talks differently than the United States?

    What convinced Germany to sign an armistice ending World War I?

    During peace negotiations, Britain’s prime minister David Lloyd George

    Who was most responsible for forging a compromise on a peace settlement?

    Which scenario best fits President Wilson’s “Fourteen Points” vision?

    What were the goals behind the creation of the League of Nations? Check all that apply.