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Q: Which Allied leader is described below? His peace plan for World War I was called the Fourteen Points. He believed Germany had to be punished for its role in World War I, but in a way that
would lead to European reconciliation as opposed to revenge. He proposed the formation of a League of Nations. Woodrow Wilson David Lloyd George Georges Clemenceau Vittorio Orlando
A: the answer is Georges Clemenceau
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User: European nations were able to keep most of their colonies after World War II. True False

User: Which Allied leader is described below? His peace plan for World War I was called the Fourteen Points. He believed Germany had to be punished for its role in World War I, but in a way that would lead to European reconciliation as opposed to revenge. He proposed the formation of a League of Nations. Woodrow Wilson David Lloyd George Georges Clemenceau Vittorio Orlando

Weegy: the answer is Georges Clemenceau
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User: Which Allied leader is described below? His actions at the peace conference reflected the desire of the English people to punish Germany for the destruction and suffering of World War I. He believed Germany had to be punished for World War I, but not to the extent that Germany was left powerless and destitute. He wanted Germany to serve as a barrier to resist the spread of Communism. Woodrow Wilson David Lloyd George Georges Clemenceau Vittorio Orlando

Weegy: Woodrow Wilson
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User: Which of the following were terms of the Treaty of Versailles? Germany was occupied by Allied troops. Germany paid reparations. Germany accepted sole responsibility for World War I. German territory was reduced in size.

User: Which of the following describes conditions in Germany following World War I? Germany experienced an economic depression. Adolf Hitler and the Nazis rose to power. Germany adopted democratic reforms. Germans were dissatisfied with the terms of the Treaty of Versailles.

User: Hitler built up the German military in direct violation of the Treaty of Versailles. True False

User: World War II began with the German invasion of .

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