The Aftermath Of WW1

The Aftermath Of WW1

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  • The League of Nations Creation
  • Woodrow Wilson: I think that if the world is gonna have peace and not have another major war we should make The League of Nations. Who agrees? (14 Points)
  • David L. George:  What ever it takes to make Germany pay
  • Georges Clemenceau:   And put  their  military in disarmament
  •  Vittorio Orlando: This is a great plan Wilson. Germany will need to earn trust back from everyone.
  • Vote today it is the right way!
  • Women Suffrage
  • It's a movement not mayhem!
  • Women need the right to vote!
  • Mondernism
  • After the  defeat of Germany in WW1, Woodrow Wilson called together what is know as the Big Four League to talk about future problems and wars. He also came with his 14 Points which impressed everyone. The members are Woodrow Wilson, David L. George, Georges Clemenceau, and Vittorio Orlando.
  • During the 1900's many women and men began to think that it isn't fair for women to have the right to vote or to have a men's job. But before and after the war there were no one to doing the jobs that they men had before they went into war. So they put the women to work and they did just as fine as the men so on August 18, 1920 ratified as the 19th Amendment.
  • Modernism is the movement of technology that along with cultural trends and tech changes to old software, it arose from a wide-scale of transformations in the 19th and 20th centuries.
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