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Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points plans were designed to check the Central Powers' continuation of the War and to inspire the Allies to victory. However, the treaty was not ratified by Congress, and France, Britain and Germany were more interested in regaining all of their territories, and grabbing more by punishing Germany.

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Wilson wanted the war to end without anymore fighting, without a true victory.

The Treaty of Versailles forced Germany to accept full blame for the war. Germany was stripped of its colonies and most of its armed forced. It was also burdened with $33 billion in reparations -- money that a defeated nation pays for the destruction cause by war.

Europe believed in the Treaty and they believed that Germany should have to serve it, while Wilson did not.

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