What effect did the “Fourteen Points” have on Germany at the end of World War I? a Germany grew confident and continued to fight rather than sign an armistice bringing an end to the war. b Germany

What effect did the “Fourteen Points” have on Germany at the end of World War I? a Germany grew confident and continued to fight rather than sign an armistice bringing an end to the war. b Germany grew nervous and continued to fight rather than sign an armistice bringing an end to the war. c Germany became willing to sign an armistice because leaders believed they could gain more territory. d Germany became willing to sign an armistice because leaders felt a peace settlement would be fair.