11th Grade IB DP History (SL) |
Research Paper |
Aims of the participants and the peacemakers : Wilson and the 14 points. |
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On January 8, 1918, during the Joint Session of the American Congress, Thomas Woodrow Wilson, announced his Fourteen Points to
OIB REVISIONS – History Key term: 14 points
It was a statement the United States President Woodrow Wilson made that the Great War was being fought for a moral cause and for post-war peace in Europe. The Europeans generally welcomed it, but his main allies such as Clemenceau, David Lloyd George
To what extent does Wilson’s fourth point in the fourteen points represent the American Government’s principles from 1914 – 1920?
Name: Matthew Monteith
To: Mr. Kitay
Date: Wednesday 4th April, 2012
Part A (Plan of Investigation)
Modern History Sourcebook: Woodrow Wilson: Fourteen Points, 1918
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Modern History Sourcebook: Woodrow Wilson: Speech on the Fourteen Points Jan 8, 1918
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* Cheating/fucking is the goal
* Never mention an ex girlfriend
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