Woodrow Wilson’s 14 Points Important Notes The Treaty of Versailles was weak. It blamed Germany for the war and led to WWII. Wilson’s 14 points was President’s Wilson’s plan for lasting peace. Wilson was an idealist. He believed that WWI would end all wars. Important Notes The League of Nations was the last of the 14 points. It called for the creation of an international organization that would keep peace in the World. The US refused to join the League of Nations because membership in the League of Nations would make us involved in Foreign Entanglements.