Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points
1. Open covenants of peace, openly arrived at
2. Freedom of the seas
3. The removal so far as possible of all economic barriers
4. The reduction of national armaments to the lowest point consistent with domestic safety
5. Impartial adjustment of all colonial claims
6. The evacuation of all Russian territory
7. The evacuation and restoration of Belgium
8. The liberation of France and return to her of Alsace and Lorraine
9. Readjustment of the frontiers of Italy to conform to clearly recognizable lines of nationality
10. The peoples of Austria-Hungary should be accorded the freest opportunity of autonomous development
11. Evacuation of occupation forces from Romania, Serbia and Montenegro; Serbia should be accorded free and secure access to the sea
12. Autonomous development for the non-Turkish peoples of the Ottoman empire; free passage of the Dardanelles to the ships and commerce of all nations
13. An independent Poland to be established, with free and secure access to the sea
14. A general association of nations to be formed to guarantee to its members political independence and territorial integrity (the genesis of the League of Nations)
The accepted points included The autonomy of Austria-Hungary, a free Turkish state with access to the Dardanelles, independent Poland, and the formation of the League of nations. All the other points were rejected.
Wilson wanted "Peace without victory" through his points, at the Paris Peace Conference. He was very firm that his plan would work, and wasn't willing to negotiate much with the other leaders.
The 14 points were used be European leaders who hoped to get revenge on Germany. The US didn't want to be a part of that, so the league of Nations lost a huge ally. If the League of Nations hadn't been built in such a weak and twisted way, World War two could have been much better handled.