Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points

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The 14 points were Woodrow Wilson’s plan for how the nations involved in World War 1 should negotiate for peace and to de escalate the tension between them. Which were essentially just focused on redrawing boundaries between countries, open agreements, and creating an association of nations to ensure that the nations follow the principles and rules in his 14 points. Wilson hoped to reshape the world by creating open, honest, and trustworthy relations between countries to avoid another war like this, which he believed his 14 points would do. Peace without victory was compromised because the European countries believed that Germany should be punished in such a way that is would justify the costs that they had to put up with because they also
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