An Entente victory in Europe probably requires more decisive battlefield victories for the Entente in 1914 in France which convinces the Ottoman Empire and Bulgaria to stay out of the war, and eventually leads to Italy and Romania joining in support of the Entente. (I think if the Entente is going to win in Europe it pretty much has to do so before the Russians collapse, so the war is likely over by 1916.) With those assumptions in mind I think the terms in Europe would probably be something like:
-Germany and Austria-Hungary (if it survives the war) both get limitations on the size of their army and navy and have to pay reparations;
-Germany loses Alsace-Lorraine to France and the German parts of Poland (and maybe also East Prussia) to Russia.
-Austria-Hungary loses Galicia to the Russians, Transylvania to the Romanians, Bosnia to the Serbians, and Trentino and Trieste to Italy.
-Britain, South Africa, and France divide up the German colonial empire in Africa with Britain taking German East Africa, South Africa taking German Southwest Africa, and
France taking Togo and maybe Cameroon. The British also likely get control of Liberia (a US ally in TL-191.)
-Australia and Japan likewise divide up the German colonial empire in the Pacific.
I don't see the Confederates ever being able to annex any US territory or force the US to pay reparations or accept military limitations. Even with Canada and Mexico helping the Confederates, the US just outweighs the Confederates by too much for the Confederates to have any hope of winning a big enough victory to enforce terms like that. The best the Confederates can realistically hope to do is try and stalemate the war long enough for their allies to win in Europe and then hope that causes the US to get disheartened enough to elect Debs in 1916 on a peace platform. In that scenario probably the best the Confederates could do is get the US to acquiesce to the Confederate occupation of Haiti and maybe also have the US agree to drop its opposition to the Confederates building a trans-oceanic canal in Central America.