World War I Essay | The Aftermath of World War 1

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The Aftermath of World War 1

Summary: Some long-term effects included the economic debt Germany would have to pay off for many years to come as well as the U.S. and Japan rising to power. Fascism also arose due to the war, which was an ideology that fully opposed communism.
The Aftermath of World War I

With the conclusion of War World I came the consequences of any great war, thousands of casualties and a final Treaty. In this case 11,016,000 dead and the aftermath guidelines were set in the Treaty of Versailles. However this war differed from others in the sense that the total death count continued to get higher even after the war due to the pandemic of the "flu." The result; 20 million dead and the new existence of the flu across the entire world. Just a week after the end of the war (Nov. 11, 1918) President Wilson headed to Paris to see if a "final peace" could be reached through the "Paris Peace Conference."

The result was Wilson's "Fourteen Points" and the famous Treaty of Versailles. The fourteen points introduced a list of terms for resolving not only this war but also for wars...

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