Georges Clemenceau (France)
- Germany to be made weak so that it wouldn't attack France again.
- Germany to have to pay reparations for the damage of the war.
- Wanted Germany to return provinces of alsace-Lorraine, which Germany had taken from France in 1871.
- Clemenceau was a tough politician and had a reputation for strong arguments.
- France had suffered most from the war.
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David Lloyd George (Britain)
- He promised the british people that he would make Germany pay. Many British people still hated the Germans and wanted them to pay compensation.
- He didn't want Germany to be treated to badly, he thought that if he did this then Germnay might take revenge.
- Crippling Germany would mean that they wouldn't be able to do trade with them.
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Woodrow Wilson (USA)
- He didn't belive that the war was entirely Germany's fault.
- He thought that the Big Three should be looking to avoid wars in the future rather than thinking about revenge.
- At the end of the war he set out his 14 points (which included the League of Nations). The fourteen points were his views on the war.
- It was easier for Wilson to take these views as the USA hardly suffered from the War. Americans were ablee to have an outside view.
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