• Intro
    • Central Powers lose morale
      • American troops arrive
      • They bring nearly unlimited supplies
        • No one knows how many resources and men the Americans can provide.
    • Germany becomes a republic
      • Armistice Day – 11/11/1918, Veterans Day
  • Legacy
    • New technology, warfare
    • 8.5 million soldiers died
      • Not including civilian casualties
    • Destruction of lands, civilization
    • Disillusionment vs Enchantment
      • War is no longer glorified
      • Enchantment wears off
    • Global anger and resentment
      • Lack of real peace
    • European economies drained
  • Treaty of Versailles
    • Big 3/4
      • US – Woodrow Wilson
      • France – Clemenceau
      • Britain – George
      • Italy – Orlando (none of his demands were met, Italy dropped out)
  • Treaty of Versailles
    • 14 Points Rejected
      • France and Britain want to punish Germany
      • League of Nations
        • Acts as France and Britain’s “World Police”
    • League of Nations
      • France and Britain are the only major powers in the league
    • Punishing Germany
      • Germany lost land and colonies
      • Limited military and supplies
      • No submarines or air force allowed
    • War Guilt Clause
      • Germany is blamed for war
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