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    announce America’s neutrality, he wanted to keep the British guessing what America’s next move would be as a source of leverage. Hamilton on the other hand, felt that they should be upfront about their neutrality because he not only looked up to, but also appreciated the British and if their neutrality wasn’t clear, the British would automatically assume that America would sign with the French, therefore, they would have to protect Canada. Trying to prove that our neutrality was nothing but a weakness, the British proposed that they were going to violate the Treaty of Paris, as well as implement the Council of Orders. Fortunately, Jefferson proved his point of leverage when the U.S. entertained joining the Scandinavian countries against the British. John Jay met with the British to negotiate a treaty until Hamilton compromised Jay’s position. The Spanish then feared that Spanish possessions would be invaded as a result of Jay’s Treaty of 1794. Resulting in a…

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    Jay’s Treaty was negotiated by the Supreme Court Chief Justice John Jay, and signed between the United States and Great Britain on November 19, 1794. Tensions between the two countries had increased since the end of the Revolutionary War over British military posts. Jay was not very successful in getting Britain to meet America's demands to the treaty in the United States was intense. President George Washington was disappointed with the treaty’s provisions, and he felt it was the best hope to…

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    It’s common knowledge that Germany was one of the defeated countries in WWI. The Influenza Pandemic of 1918 to 1919 contributed to this defeat more than most people are aware of. The influenza had an effect on Germany’s military offense that may have been the cause of their defeat. Specifically, it contributed to the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, a peace settlement that was imposed on Germany and affected them negatively. The effects the Influenza Pandemic of 1918 had on Germany’s…

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    Title For the rest of the world, World War 1 ended November 11, 1918. But for Germany, it continued on within the after effects of the War, mostly during the years of 1933 until such time as 1939. The First World War had an atrocious impact in regards to Germany. When the war had ended, Germany, along with other major countries, signed the Treaty of Versailles. After the signing of the treaty, Germany had a major downfall. This treaty affected the economic, social, and political overview of…

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    “Too many people are thinking of security instead of opportunity. They seem to be more afraid of life than death (James F. Bymes)”. This quote explains the methods used by the American government. The Treaty of Versailles is a prime example. This treaty put one country responsible for the damages of World War I and causing the war. This countries name was Germany. During the war a president name Woodrow Wilson made a bill named the fourteen points. This bill was supposed to be used for world…

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    World War 2 Dbq Analysis

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    Articles 232 and 233 defines the financial cost the the Treaty of Versailles will impose of Germany in order to “repair” the damages caused to France dating back to World War I. Both articles state, “..[Germany] will make compensation for all damage done to civilian populations of the Allied and Associated Powers… within a period of thirty years” (Doc C). This further explains the major economic and financial devastations Germany will be forced to face. As France gains wealth to “repair” the…

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    Excluding Germany from this made it seem as though the decision was made to the allied power benefit. Germany still firmly believing that they did not admit defeat, because they only signed an Armistice, did not help the situation. Then the push for the League of Nations came along. To President Woodrow Wilson the League of Nations was very important because he believed that it would prevent future wars from occurring. The League of Nations was later to be seen as a failure as well as the…

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    Causes Of Ww2

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    The end of the first world war was not as fulfilling as one might have initially thought. The so called “War to end all wars” as stated by Margaret MacMillen, was just a ripple before the tidal wave. World War I was successful only at forming new problems and expanding others. Firstly, WWI was caused by Nationalism, Imperialism, Militarism, Industrialism, and Alliances that were governing powerful countries across the world. These drove the globe into its first World War and in return led to…

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    as “the Great War” the United States had decided to enter the war to defend herself and broker peace and stability in Europe. World War I began in 1914 when Archduke Ferdinand was assassinated (Silbergeld, 2002). Then Europe began forming alliances based through treaties amongst themselves…

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    Germany was in a similar position during the Post-WWI period and during the Post-WWII period, because in both time periods the nation was dealing with a struggling economy, demilitarization, and either a loss or reorganization of territory. After WWI, Germany was going through the global economic depression and experiencing hyperinflation, and as a result of the Treaty of Versailles, had a great loss of territory, and went through disarmament. A similar atmosphere existed in Germany after WWII.…

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