HISTORY - TREATY OF VERSAILLES

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WHO WERE THE 'BIG THREE'?
DAVID LLOYD GEORGE (BRITAIN) , GEORGES CLEMENCEAU (FRANCE), WOODROW WILSON (USA)
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WHY WERE NEGOTIATIONS DIFFICULT?
EACH OF THE BIG THREE WANTED DIFFERENT THINGS. By March 1919 it looked as if the conference was going to break up.
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WHO SAVED THE CONFERENCE AND HOW?
DAVID LLOYD GEORGE ISSUED THE FONTAINEBLEAU MEMORANDUM and persuaded Clemençeau to agree to the League of Nations and a more lenient peace treaty that would not destroy Germany.
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WHEN AND WHERE DID THE DELEGATES MEET TO FORCE TWO GERMANS TO SIGN THE TREATY?
28TH JUNE 1919, AT THE HALL OF MIRRORS IN THE PALACE OF VERSAILLES.
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WHAT WERE THE PEOPLE OF EUROPE'S EXPECTATIONS OF THE PEACE TREATY?
THEY WANTED A LASTING PEACE, AND ALSO TO MAKE GERMANY PAY FOR THE DAMAGE DONE AND REVENGE.
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WHAT WERE WILSON'S AIMS FOR THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES?
1) TO END WAR BY CREATING A LEAGUE OF NATIONS BASED ON HIS FOURTEEN POINTS,
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WHY WERE NEGOTIATIONS DIFFICULT?

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EACH OF THE BIG THREE WANTED DIFFERENT THINGS. By March 1919 it looked as if the conference was going to break up.

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WHO SAVED THE CONFERENCE AND HOW?

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WHEN AND WHERE DID THE DELEGATES MEET TO FORCE TWO GERMANS TO SIGN THE TREATY?

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