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Woodrow Wilson
-President of US during 1920s
-Supported the Treaty of Versallies and the United Nations
-Senate did not support his plans as he did not bring any Republicans with him abroad
armistice
-turce
unconditional surrender
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Clemenceau
-French statesman
-journalist and writer
-involved in Treaty of Versailles
-hated Gremans
War Guilt Claus
-Part of the Treaty of Versailles that forced Germany to give up land and
plebiscite
-vote of the people
disarmament
-arms control over another country
-part of the War Guilt Clause in the Treaty of Versailles
reparations
-compensation offered as an indemnity for loss or damage
Rasputin
-Priest under Czar Nicholas II
-Not really a priest
-had control over the Czar
Freud
-Austrian psycologist and philosopher
Checka
-'secret police' of the Soviet Union
consumer goods
-goods already processed and ready to be sold to the general public
-things that the average person can make use of or might want to have
heavy industry
-manufacturing of weapons or machinery, goods that cannot be bought by the average consumer
censorship
-limiting or regulation of free expression
angst
-anxiousness