Peacemaking 1919-1936

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  • Topic 2 - Peacemaking
    • The Paris Peace Conference (January 1919)
      • Clemenceau  (France) - wanted very harsh punishment for Germany for causing the war and the amount of suffering and damage given to France
      • George (Britain) - wanted the peace treaty to be firm but fair, didn't want to leave Germany wanting revenge. Also wanted strong trade with Germany.
      • Wilson (America) - wa an idealist, the war hadn't affected the US, as a result he wanted to have a fair treaty based on his 14 points- (including the League of Nations, diarmament and self-determination for all nations).
    • The Treaty of Versailles
    • The League of Nations
  • The Paris Peace Conference (January 1919)
    • Clemenceau  (France) - wanted very harsh punishment for Germany for causing the war and the amount of suffering and damage given to France
    • George (Britain) - wanted the peace treaty to be firm but fair, didn't want to leave Germany wanting revenge. Also wanted strong trade with Germany.
    • Wilson (America) - wa an idealist, the war hadn't affected the US, as a result he wanted to have a fair treaty based on his 14 points- (including the League of Nations, diarmament and self-determination for all nations).

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