**PICKING BRAINLIEST! WORTH 20 POINTS**
One stated objective of Woodrow Wilson’s plan for peace after the First World War was to
ensure that the Central Powers paid the Allied nations for war damages
destroy the Central Powers’ military strength
promote the right of national self-determination
provide monetary assistance to rebuild Europe
Explanation: The first goal of Wilson's peace plan was to eliminate the causes of wars. A second key goal was to ensure the right to self-determination for ethnic groups so they could control their own political future. Setting up an international organization called the League of Nations to ensure world peace
answer: to communicate with people on the other side.
explanation:but its not smart to do because the gateway on an ouija board is not gaurded
frederick william of brandenburg-prussia trained his son, frederick, to be a hardy soldier. but frederick disliked rifle shooting and horseback riding. unlike his father, he was interested in french literature. he enjoyed poetry and music and, like some others of the enlightenment, he scoffed at religion. his father thought him soft, frivolous and unmindful of his duties. and when frederick refused to put his signature on a right to succession, for a few moments his father strangled him.