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Title: Treaty of Versailles

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Date: September 21, 1996
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The participants of the treaty were the USA, France, Italy, Britain, other Allies and Germany. American president Wilson wanted no reparations forced on Germany, but the implications of his fourteen points. The fourteen points called for moderate punishment for Germany, both economical and territorial, in the hope the approach would help Germany by allowing them to set up a democratic government...

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Wilson also had the hope that lenient treatment of Germany would prevent them from starting another war out of bitterness. The other Allied leaders were not interested in accepting Wilson's points, however, and the only thing that came out of Wilson's recommendations was the formation of the League of Nations, an organization put in place to outlaw war...

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