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January 8, 1918 speech on war aims and peace terms to the United States congress by President Woodrow Wilson.
Good Morning, I am President Woodrow Wilson. I am going to be telling you about a few of my Fourteen Points.
Wilson first goal was to eliminate the cause of wars by calling for an end to secret agreements, and alliances, etc.
Wilson's second goal was to ensure the right to self-determination so ethnic groups and nationalities could live under government on their own choosing.
The last of the Fourteen Points called for a league of nations to ensure world peace
The Big Four signed the Treaty Of Versallies on June 18, 1919.
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