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Essay | Treaties Signed after World War I

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Treaties Signed after World War I

Summary: Essay discusses the treaties signed after World War I.
The Paris Peace Settlement

The Allied leaders met in Paris and drew up several peace treaties with Germany and its allies.

These were the main statesmen at Paris who represented the USA, France and Britain. These leaders largely shaped the peace treaties with Germany and its allies - Austria Hungary, Bulgaria and Turkey.

Woodrow Wilson, the President of the USA wanted the treaties to be based on fair and just principles so that the world would be safer and better and would never experience war again.

Before the war, Wilson had drawn up a list of his ideas, called the `Fourteen Points'. He hoped the treaties would be based on some or all of these points.

The USA's war experience was quite different from that of the two other leading countries. Unlike France, it had not been invaded and it had entered the war...

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