What was the name of President Wilson's plan for peace in Europe after World War I?
Woodrow Wilson named the plan 14 Points
These were the 14 points to ensure there is not another massive war, and to make peace.
He believed that if nations followed these 14 points, there would not be another world war.
The idea was welcomed, but the allied countries also wanted revenge on the war, against Germany and their allies.
The speech was given on January 8, 1918