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Q: What is the name of the treaty joining the nations together at a common cause?
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What did the Treaty of Versailles and the Fourteen Points have in common?

the league of nations

Why did so many Americans objects to Wilson's call for us membership in the league of nations?

Most Americans thought the Treaty of Versailles was too harsh and so disagreed with signing it. Joining the League of Nations was one of the agreements in the treaty of Versailles.

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A Treaty.

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When an agreement is formed between two nations the mort popular term is Treaty.

Why did so many Americans oppose Treaty of Versailles?

Because the provision of joining a League of Nations meant an end to America's pre-war isolationism and an ongoing era of global involvement.

What treaty was replaced by the UN?

The United Nations replaced The League of Nations formed under the Treaty of Versailles

Is treaties a concept?

a treaty is an agreement between two or more nations.

What treaty was signed in 1959 by 12 nations?

iT WAS tHe Antarctic treaty!

What nations signed the Treaty of Tordesillas?

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