- January 1919 delegates from 32 countries met in Paris to negotiate peace after World War One.
- 'The Big Three' were Woodrow Wilson (America), Georges Clemenceau (France), and David Lloyd-George (Great Britain).
- Wilson wanted a League of Nations, and to ensure Germany wasn't destroyed or blamed for the war.
- Clemenceau wanted revenge. He wanted territory returned, money to rebuild France and an independent Rhineland. He didn’t want Wilson’s League of Nations
- Lloyd-George wanted to 'make Germany pay', but leave them strong enough to trade with Britain. He wanted land for Britain's empire and to keep his navy…