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World War I, the Great War, was called the war to end all wars. According to President Wilson, it was the war to make the world safe for democracy. To what extent are these statements valid?

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Problem: World War I, the Great War, was called the war to end all wars. According to President Wilson, it was the war to make the world safe for democracy. To what extent are these statements valid?

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There were many attempts after World War I (1914-1918) to uphold its status as the war to end all wars. There were also many policies developed in attempts to make the world safe for democracy after the first World War. For example, right after the war, Wilson attended the Paris PEace Conference. The goal of the peace conference was to discuss the post-war world. Leaders of 32 countries attended However, negotiations were dominated by the five major powers responsible for defeating the Central Powers: ...

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World War I, the Great War, is assessed in this solution. The explanation is given in 445 words.

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