Why were Wilson's 14 Points not accepted by other members of the paris peace conference?
World History - Zac, Monday, March 23, 2009 at 11:47pm
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World History - Chopsticks, Tuesday, March 24, 2009 at 1:07am
the British were against freedom of the seas; the French demanded war reparations. Wilson was forced to compromise on many of his ideals to ensure that his most important point, the establishment of the League of Nations, was accepted. In the end, the Treaty of Versailles went against many of the principles of the Fourteen Points, both in detail and in spirit. Rather than "peace without victory," the treaty sought harsh punishment of Germany both financially and territorially.