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World War I - Aftermath - Seeds of Future Conflict & the Treaty of Versailles

World War I - Aftermath - Seeds of Future Conflict & the Treaty of Versailles
World War I - Aftermath - Seeds of Future Conflict & the Treaty of Versailles
World War I - Aftermath - Seeds of Future Conflict & the Treaty of Versailles
World War I - Aftermath - Seeds of Future Conflict & the Treaty of Versailles
World War I - Aftermath - Seeds of Future Conflict & the Treaty of Versailles
World War I - Aftermath - Seeds of Future Conflict & the Treaty of Versailles
World War I - Aftermath - Seeds of Future Conflict & the Treaty of Versailles
World War I - Aftermath - Seeds of Future Conflict & the Treaty of Versailles
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This is a 30 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on World War I - Aftermath - Seeds of Future Conflict & the Treaty of Versailles. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.

In the wake of the November 11, 1918 armistice which ended hostilities on the Western Front, Allied leaders gathered in Paris to begin negotiations over the peace treaties that would formally conclude the war. The talks initially included leaders and representatives from over 30 nations. To this crowd was added a host of journalists and lobbyists from a variety of causes.

Opening in January 1919, the Paris Peace Conference was convened to draft the treaties that would officially end the war. Dominated by David Lloyd George of Britain, Woodrow Wilson of the United States, and Georges Clemenceau of France, the conference re-drew the map of Europe and began to design the postwar world.

Despite the wishes of Wilson, a harsh peace was inflicted on Germany which included a loss of territory, military restrictions, heavy war reparations, and acceptance of sole responsibility for the war. Several of these clauses helped create the circumstance that led to World War II.

The presentation covers the following:

World Comes to Paris
Paris Peace Conference
Harsh Terms Dictated
Wilson’s Approach
French Approach
British Approach
Italy’s Approach
The Negotiations
Japan & Italy Protest
Negotiations Move Slowly
Germany Summoned
Terms of the Treaty: Militarily
Terms of the Treaty: Territorially
Terms of the Treaty: Financially
Germany’s Reaction
Germany’s Signing
France’s Reaction to the Treaty
The United States Reaction to the Treaty
Knox-Porter Resolution
Treaties With Austro-Hungarian Empire
Final Days of the Ottoman Empire
Germany’s Post War Resentment
A “Stab in the Back” Myth
Seeds of Future Conflict
End of Presentation

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