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Woodrow Wilson's Sucess at the Paris Peace Conference

Summary: Woodrow Wilson's limited success in implementing the United States demands at the Paris Peace Conference was primarily dictated by the un-welcome nature shadowed on him at the conference as well as the restricted support received from the United States itself, particualrly with respect to the League of Nations.
Woodrow Wilson had limited success in implementing his nation's demands at the Paris Peace Conference. Wilson's requests, on behalf of the United States of America, was to secure acceptance of the Fourteen Points as a way to establish peace in Europe. Wilson aimed to ensure the Allied peacemakers would accept Germany's pre-war boundaries with the exception of Alsace-Lorraine, which would be ceded to France and force Germany to pay reparations. He aimed to create a League of Nations open to all nations, and to have the League safeguard European security and deter German aggression. Before, during and after the conference, many concerns arose, that prevented Wilson's complete achievement in realising his country's desires.

Woodrow Wilson was the 28th president of the United States of America from 1913-1921. He was a leader of both vision and strength. Wilson was an ex-university professor and...

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