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    : Although the Vietnam War had nearly come to an end, all four sides had come to an agreement known as the Pairs Peace Accords it created a compromise, but it did not completely end all the conflict. The Paris peace accords demanded all of Americas troops to leave Vietnam and after that the fighting would be over but not all the conflicts are fixed just by stopping the fight. After the fighting, there were still conflicts in the state of Americas economics. The treaty had included the democratic republic of Vietnam, the republic of Vietnam, United States, and finally the Provisional revolutionary government. Later on, the United States did not ratify it. The Paris Peace Accords stated that in addition to the cease fire, that the U.S. would…

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    Alexandra Cox Johnson vs. Nixon Kennedy and Johnson started and expanded the war in Vietnam, making it the dominant issue of foreign policy. Johnson escalated the Soviet containment strategy in Vietnam with more ground troops. Johnson wanted to focus on internal affairs like health care but had to address the war he inherited in Vietnam and could not fulfill both domestic or foreign policy successfully. Nixon ended the war in Vietnam, his slogan while running for presidency was “Peace with…

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    He wanted take revenge against the Germans, and also wanted to punish the Germans for what they had done. He wanted to make Germany pay for all the damage they had done during the war. He also wanted to weaken Germany, so they would never be attacked again. Woodrow Wilson He was President of America. He wanted to make peace by ending the war. He wanted to make the world safer and a better place for all the people. In 1918, Woodrow Wilson published the ‘Fourteen Points’ saying what he wanted.…

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    speech would prove to be a catalyst for peace discussions and the forming of the constitution of the League of Nations. Wilson brought together both warring coalitions to attempt and adopt a treaty, the Treaty of Versailles, attracting them with points directed toward both parties. The Fourteen Points speech is still relevant today, in the continuation of the United Nations, a variation of sorts to the League of Nations. It could also be used in modern culture to evaluate then-America’s…

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    After five years of brutal and slow stalemate, American intervention finally broke the back of Germany. The abdication of the Kaiser and unconditional surrender of the Weimar Republic led to treaty negotiations at the Paris Peace Conferences in 1919. The world that Georges Clemenceau, Woodrow Wilson, and other conference participants found themselves tasked with reshaping was in terrible ideological and political turmoil. War sickness dominated the popular psychology of Europe. Russia was in the…

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    An Analysis of President Woodrow Wilson’s Address in Pueblo, Colorado The international system Woodrow Wilson sought to establish represented his principles. Wilson wanted to establish a system of international governance that encouraged global reform and peace (Rosenberg 63). A large part of this envisioned system consisted of the League of Nations, an organization designed to defend world peace and order. Yet despite being an avowed pacifist (Merrill and Paterson 49), Wilson is perhaps best…

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    personal beliefs at times, the months he devoted to creating a free, stable, and self-governing world were stifled by opponents and even friends abroad and at home. Prior to the political war he fought with conservatives over the United States’ involvement in the League of Nations, Wilson had his fair share of problems during the Great War and the signing of the Versailles peace treaty. Edward M. House, a man who Knock describes as Wilson’s “most trusted counselor”, had ambitions of his own,…

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    Though Wilson 's Fourteen Points were well received by the people at home, foreign leaders were skeptical as to whether they could be applied to the real world and Germany. Leaders such as David Lloyd George, Georges Clemenceau, and Vittorio Orlando were appeasing him by accepting the points as formal war aims. In an effort to gain support from the Allied leaders, Wilson tasked the House with lobbying their behalf. As the Paris Peace Conference began in January 1919, Wilson quickly found that…

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    The ending of World War 1 was supposed to be the beginning of peace. The allied forces proved to be victorious over the Central powers. This brought with it the 1919 Paris peace conference that was held in Versailles, France. This was done after the Armistice of November 11, 1918. The peace conference was mostly influenced by the Big Four. The Big Four consisted of three important leaders that were heavily involved in the war. These leaders were American President, Woodrow Wilson, the British…

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    World War I was one of the bloodiest wars in the modern age, with millions of dead soldiers and civilians and enormous losses on all sides (Chapman). After the war, the Allied nations looked for vengeance from the Central Powers and imposed a series of harsh treaties upon them, stripped them of substantial amounts of land and requiring significant repatriation payments (Mendum). The many of the Allied nations saw Germany as the chief instigator of the war and wanted to protect Europe from…

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