Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points During World War I

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1. The Paris Peace Conference included the "Big Powers" of Europe. This included France, Great Britain, the United States and Italy. However, it excluded the "loser" Germany and Russia, who had left the war prior to its end. In Russia's absence, they lost some of their land. Whereas, Germany was not invited and had no say in their overall punishment. The signing of the Versailles Peace Treaty is significant because it tied up the loose ends of WWI.

2. Three points stated in Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points were: I. no secret alliances or treaties, II. freedom of the seas regardless of war, and III. freedom of trade. His main point, however, was "peace without victory".

3. Britain and France wanted to punish Germany the harshest. France wanted

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