In this lesson, we will explore why it was so difficult for the winners of the First World War to decide how to punish Germany. We will look at their different wartime experiences, their fears and how all of this affected their aims at the Paris Peace Conference.
In this lesson, we will explore the terms of the Treaty of Versailles and how Germany was punished by the winning countries of the First World War. We will start to examine what kind of peace was actually made in 1919.
In this lesson, we will find out how the plans of American President Woodrow Wilson to have national groups rule themselves through self-determination actually paved the way for further problems in Europe. We will look at how this impacted on the kind of peace that was made in 1919.
In this lesson, we will learn about how the League of Nations was part of Woodrow Wilson's plan to prevent future wars in Europe. Through this lesson we will learn about the aims and the structure of the League of Nations and we will evaluate its strengths and weaknesses.