The conference and the Big Three

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January 1919
Delegates from 32 countries met in Paris to negotiate peace after World War One.
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'The Big Three'
Were Woodrow Wilson (America), Georges Clemenceau (France), and David Lloyd-George (Great Britain).
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Wilson wanted...
A League of Nations, and to ensure Germany wasn't destroyed or blamed for the war.
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Clemenceau wanted...
Revenge. He wanted territory returned, money to rebuild France and an independent Rhineland. He didn’t want Wilson’s League of Nations
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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 superior.
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Card 2

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Were Woodrow Wilson (America), Georges Clemenceau (France), and David Lloyd-George (Great Britain).

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'The Big Three'

Card 3

Front

A League of Nations, and to ensure Germany wasn't destroyed or blamed for the war.

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

Revenge. He wanted territory returned, money to rebuild France and an independent Rhineland. He didn’t want Wilson’s League of Nations

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

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 superior.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5

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