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President Woodrow Wilson signed the Treaty of Versailles.

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Q: Which president of the US signed the Treaty of Versailles?
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Where was the treaty signed?

the treaty of Versailles was signed in Versailles. if you mean another treaty then give us a clue.... **metonymy**


Who represented US at versailles?

It was President Woodrow Wilson that represented the United States at Versailles. The Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919.


What was the name of the Treaty the US signed with Germany ending World War 1?

It was called the 'Treaty of Versailles' and the US, Britain and France signed that treaty.


Should the U.S have signed the treaty of Versailles?

i think you may be a bit confused. the us president, Woodrow Wilson, DID sign the Treaty of Versailles along with the other allied powers. however, the us didn't join the league of nations, which i think is what you may be talking about.


Did the Senate reject the Treaty of Versailles?

Yes, but the US signed another treaty with Germany a few years later.


What part did the US play in the Treaty of Versailles and the League of Nations?

The United States was a part of the League of Nations and signed the Treaty of Versailles.


Was the Treaty of Versailles signed for ww1 or 2?

IT SIGNED for WW1 BUT THE US DIDNT JOIN IT SO IT FAILED. AND WOODROW WILSON MADE IT AND THERE IS THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS IN THE TREATY OF VERSALIES.


What treaty was signed by us President Nixon and soviet leader brezhnev?

The SALT treaty


Would have the world been different if the US had accepted Article X and signed the Treaty of Versailles?

Yes


Why didn't congress ratify the Treaty of Versailles?

The Treaty of Versailles was signed following World War I. It had many provisions, including punishments for Germany. The US Congress did not ratify the Treaty because they were for isolationism, and felt that becoming part of the League of Nations, a provision of the treaty, would draw the US into further wars.


US president who signed Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty?

Ronald Reagan


How was the treaty greeted in the US?

You need to say which treaty ... Versailles?


What treaty was not approved by the US Senate?

The Treaty of Versailles, 1919--


Which US President signed the annexation treaty of Texas?

There is no annexation treaty of Texas, but James Polk was President when Texas was annexed by joint resolution of Congress.


Who was the US president that signed the peace treaty ending US involvement in Vietnam?

Lyndon B. Johnson


How did the US react to the Treaty of Versailles?

Many Americans objected to the settlement and especially to president wilsons league of nations.


Did the US senate ratified the Treaty of Versailles?

NO


Why was US president Wilson unsuccessful in his attempt to get Senate approval for the Treaty of Versailles?

The senate felt the treaty would limit U.S. independence in world affairs.


Why was US President Wilson unsuccessful in his attempt to get senate approval to the treaty of Versailles?

The senate felt the treaty would limit U.S. independence in world affairs.


Why did the US refuse to ratify or accept the Treaty of Versailles?

The Treaty of Versailles didn't allow the USA. to operate as their own nation


Who withdrew support for France after World War 1?

One of the main objectives of both France and Britain in the aftermath of the First World War was to ensure a strong France by weakening Germany. Therefore the Treaty of Versailles had punishing economic and military sanctions against Germany. However, although US President Woodrow Wilson was a key figure in the negotiations leading to the Treaty, the US did not support the French position--it did not sign the Treaty of Versailles, or endorse its provisions. The US signed a separate treaty with Germany in 1921.


How did the Treaty of Versailles endanger the US?

The treaty of Versailles put us into world War 2. That is because it caused a big struggle in Germany and they wanted revenge then.


When was the Treaty of Versailles ratified?

1919 by th us


Who represented the US at the Treaty of Versailles?

Woodrow Wilson


What were the us senates reaction to the treaty of Versailles?

They Disagreed