The 'Big Three' at the Parish Peace Conference

A quick mind map of the attitudes towards Germany, the public opinion and key aims of the 'Big Three' (France, Britain and America).

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  • The Big Three at the Paris Peace Conference
    • Georges Clemenceau (FR)
      • Clemenceau hated Germany and wanted to blame them for the war.
      • Clemenceau was under pressure by the French public to make Germany suffer.
      • His key aims was to enforce a harsh treaty and make Germany suffer so they would never be able to threaten France again.
    • Woodrow Wilson (USA)
      • Wilson believed that Germany should be blamed but the treaty should not be too harsh.
      • Wilson's key aim was to be able to achieve his 14 points.
      • America was practically left untouched after the war so the American people we'rent very passionate about what went on.
    • David Lloyd George (UK)
      • Many British people wanted a harsh peace treaty that severely punished Germany.
      • He wanted Germany to be 'justly' punished.
      • He wanted Britain to begin trading with German again to recover from the war. He did not agree with Wilson's 14 points.
  • He wanted Germany to be 'justly' punished.
  • Many British people wanted a harsh peace treaty that severely punished Germany.
  • David Lloyd George (UK)
    • He wanted Britain to begin trading with German again to recover from the war. He did not agree with Wilson's 14 points.

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