Unit 1 International Relations: Conflict and Peace in the Twentieth Century

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  • Unit 1 International Relations: Conflict and Peace in the Twentieth Century
    • Peacemaking 1918–1919 and the League of Nations
      • The Paris Peace Conference
        • The Big Three:
          • Georges Clemenceau, France, Woodrow Wilson, USA, and David Lloyd George,   Britain.
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          • Clemenceau wanted the most out of Germany. He wanted them to pay huge repartions for the cause of the war.
            • Lloyd George wanted revenge on Germany. However he wanted Germany to recover quickly
              • Wilson, his main aim was to have a long lasting and fair peace to be achieved through his fourteen pointsaim was a lasting and fair peace to be achieved through his fourteen points.

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