President Wilson's plan for peace after WWI was outlined in the Fourteen Points. According to the United States Department of State, the Fourteen Points were improved by later decrees.Continue Reading
In 1918, President Wilson stated the world should be made safe for everyone to live in. To achieve this dream, he outlined his vision in the 14-point peace plan.
President Wilson had a group of advisors who helped carry out the Fourteen Points. They were called the Inquiry, which included 150 scholars. Wilson won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1919 for his efforts on establishing peace.Learn more about US History