Reactions of the Big Three to the T of V

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Who were the Big three? What countries and Presidents/Prime Ministers were in it?
France-George Clemenceau, Britain-David Lloyd George, America- Woodrow Wilson,
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What was GBs, F and the USA's reaction on article 231 (war guilt clause)
GB-pleased, F-pleased, USA- pleased but less than others as she wasnt really in the war for very long,
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What was GB, F's reactions to the 100,000 German army and 6 battleships and why/.what did they want?
F-She was not pleased as she wanted Germany to have no army so there was no threat to attacking France like in 1871 and 1914 so it wasnt harsh enough, GB- pleased as she had reduced battleships so no naval rivalry, USA- wasn't really bothered as she
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What was the USA's reactions to the 100,000 German army and 6 battleships and why/.what did they want? (2)
USA- wasn't really bothered as she wanted all countries to disarm and she knew there wasnt a threat form Germany. She may have thought it was a little harsh,
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What were the reations of Gb, F and the USA to alsace lorrain returning to France?
F- happy to have Alsace Lorraine back but she wanted more land taken off G like the Rhineland, GB- happy for F for getting it back and happy Germany is weakened so no competition, USA- happy for F but she isnt really bothered- doesnt affect her,
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What were the reactions of GB, F and the USA to the reparations of £6,600 million to pay in 42 years?
F- not pleased as she wanted more money to be paid as she needs it to rebuild F, GB-not pleased as thought it was too high so would damage trade between them, USA- too harsh but not really bothered as she was gaining money from this,
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What were the reactions of GB, F and the USA to the de-remilitarisation of the Rhineland?
F- not happy as she wanted Rhineland but happy she can put troops there to watch her, GB-Firslty she is pleased but then thinks too harsh, USA- too harsh but not bothered,
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in general, how did France feel about the T of V and what happened to Clemenceau?
France hated the T of V as they thought it was too soft and Germany wasn't crippled enough. They blamed Clemenceau who was speeded out as PM
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in general, how did Britain feel about the T of V? What did david Lloyd George predict?
At first she supported it but then they thought it was too harsh on G. Lloyd Geroge predicted it would start another war,
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how did the USA feel about the T of V? What policy was she folloiwng?
They were following a policy of splendid isolation so would not sign the T of V. They didnt care aout Europe as they were far away and didnt care about their problems,
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How did Italy and Japan feel about the t of V?
they felt they hadnt been given enough rewards for helping B and F in the war
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What was GBs, F and the USA's reaction on article 231 (war guilt clause)

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GB-pleased, F-pleased, USA- pleased but less than others as she wasnt really in the war for very long,

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What was GB, F's reactions to the 100,000 German army and 6 battleships and why/.what did they want?

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What was the USA's reactions to the 100,000 German army and 6 battleships and why/.what did they want? (2)

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What were the reations of Gb, F and the USA to alsace lorrain returning to France?

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