MAIN CHARACTERS OF WW1 PART 2

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  • I´m going to abandonate this Lloyd George delivered an amazing speech
  • You can´t abandonate You have to continue with your speech. It´s fastastic
  • President Wilson at first considered abandoning his speech after Lloyd George delivered a speech outlining British war aims, many of which were similar to Wilson's aspirations, at Caxton Hall on January 5, 1918. Wilson was persuaded by his adviser Colonel House to go ahead, and his speech overshadowed Lloyd George's, and is better remembered
  • It joined the " triple entente " inclined the victory towards the side of. It established eight working hours and favorecio the insertion of the Jewish minority in the political life
  • Reaction by the Central Powers The speech was widely disseminated as an instrument of Allied propaganda and was translated into many languages for global dissemination.Copies were also dropped behind German lines, to encourage the Central Powers to surrender in the expectation of a just settlement.
  • And this is all. This is his life and what He did in the WW1
  • Ouuu It´s great but I have yo do a work about TWO characters of the WW1. Do you have time to count a new story?
  • Reaction in America Theodore Roosevelt in an article “The League of Nations” published by Metropolitan Magazine (January 1919) warned: “If the League of Nations is built on a document as high-sounding and as meaningless as the speech in which Mr. Wilson laid down his fourteen points.
  • In 1912 He suffered a brain accident that left him immobile and ran the rumor that his wife became president. He can´t defended the traty of Versalles because He was ill and He was stripped of all autorithy
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