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After President Wilson was instrumental in getting the Treaty of Versailles passed, why did Congress reject the treaty altogether? Congress did not like the League of Nations. It did not think the treaty punished Germany enough. It might require U.S. troops to fight in foreign wars. Congress wanted more economic concessions.
Weegy: The answer is Congress did not like the League of Nations. [ ; There were many reasons why the United States didnt sign the treaty, the League of Nations which was designed by Wilson (US president) was opposed by many members of congress including a powerful senator at the time, Henry Cabot Lodge. Lodge was an imperialistic minded person and signing the treaty went against imperialism. Perhaps the biggest obstacle in the treaty was the president himself. He refused to sign the treaty with any changes made by the congress, so it thus failed to ratify. It was more political than anything else. Which may not be the clear cut reason you were looking for but that is the truth more or less. ] ] User: When Germany offered to surrender, President Wilson would not agree to it unless something happened first. What was it? Kaiser Wilhelm had to abdicate his throne. The German army had to lay down its arms. Alsace-Lorraine had to be returned to France. Germany had to scuttle its entire navy. Weegy: In his Fourteen Points speech which was the basis for the terms of the German surrender, President Wilson called for the reduction of armaments. (B) User: Why were the Balkans so important to Germany's war effort? It offered a warm-water port. It supplied much of the oil and gas. Many German soldiers came from there. They protected Germany from the Ottomans. Weegy: check here User: Which of the following were main points in the Treaty of Versailles? Germany had to take sole responsibility for the war. Germany had to lose much of its industrial territory. It was spared from having to pay war reparations. Nearly the entire military complex had to be dismantled. It had to share in the responsibility of war with Russia. Germany had to give up its autonomous government. Weegy: Germany had to lose much of its industrial territory. (More)
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What is most characteristic of Prince Henry? He started a school for sailors in Portugal. The astrolabe was his main invention. He discovered an all-water route to the Orient.
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Who first explored the St. Lawrence River? Pierre Joseph Celoran Samuel de Champlain Jacques Cartier
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Germany finally surrendered, or , in 1918. User: What were three of President Wilson's Fourteen Points? Great Britain had to retain the right to be the king of the seas. There needed to be equality of trade between all nations. Nations had to be allowed to maintain large militaries. New ways needed to be found to wage less costly wars. All Allied nations had to have territory returned to them. There needed to be an international organization fostering peace.
Weegy: The answer is; 1. There needed to be equality of trade between all nations. All Allied nations had to have territory returned to them, and 3. There needed to be an international organization fostering peace. User: Which of the following were main points in the Treaty of Versailles? Germany had to take sole responsibility for the war. Germany had to lose much of its industrial territory. It was spared from having to pay war reparations. Nearly the entire military complex had to be dismantled. It had to share in the responsibility of war with Russia. Germany had to give up its autonomous government. Weegy: Germany had to take sole responsibility for the war. Germany had to lose much of its industrial territory.It had to share in the responsibility of war with Russia were the main points in the Treaty of Versailles. (More)
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