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- Edward M. House : American diplomat (1858-1938), politician and presidential advisor to U.S. President Woodrow Wilson.
- Fourth Party System : Period in American political history from about 1896 to 1932, the Progressive Era.
- League of Nations : International association of countries established in 1919 by the Treaty of Versailles to promote cooperation and achieve international peace and security.
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- Treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye : Treaty drawn up between the victorious Allied powers of World War One and Austria, the remaining rump state of the old Austro-Hungarian Empire.
- Treaty of Trianon : Treaty drawn up between the victorious Allied powers of World War One and Hungary. The treaty changed the face of the post Imperial Hungarian State, seeing it lose millions of its population to other states, such as Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia.
- Treaty of Versailles : The treaty developed at the Paris Peace Conference following World War I.
- U.S. foreign policy : The foreign relations and diplomacy of the United States since 1775.
- Wilsonianism : Foreign policy principles of President Woodrow Wilson to achieve a world without war; it also assumed altruistic American exceptionalism, opposition to non-democratic rule, national self-determination and opposition to colonial empires; and may involve the use of military force as a last resort, although it did not contemplate preventive war; sometimes called "idealism" in foreign policy, as opposed to a "realistic" foreign policy that seeks to gain specific economic or military benefits for the nation
- Woodrow Wilson : 28th U.S. President (1913-1921); founded the Federal Reserve and brought his country to fight both the Mexicans in the Mexican Revolution and the Central Powers in World War One.