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What was George Clemenceau's aims and attitudes towards Germany?
France felt threatened - Wanted revenge after suffering enormous damage to their land, industry and people. - Wanted to cripple Germany to reduce risk of future attacks - Split into smaller states - High reparations - Weaken Germany as much as poss.
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What was Woodrow Wilson's aims and attitudes towards Germany?
Didn't believe Germany deserved to be punished - Not angry as country wasn't much effected - More peaceful world to strengthen democracy in Germany to reduce chance of another war - Self-determination - 14 points
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What was David Lloyd George's aims and attitudes towards Germany?
Didn't want Germany treated harshly - Keen for Britain to continue trading again - Wanted people at home to know Germany had been punished
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What were the Terms of the Treaty?
War Guilt - Territories - Reparations £6.6mil - Army 100,000 men - League of Nations
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Wilson's 14 points
No secret treaties - Free access to the seas - Free Trade - Disarmament - France to regain Alsace-Lorraine - LofN
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What were the aims of the LofN?
Discourage aggression from nations - Encourage countries to co-operate (business&trade) - Encourage nations to disarm - Improve living and working conditions around the world
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Why did the USA not join the league?
Many American hated the league - No one wanted to be involved in international affairs - Economic business and trade would suffer with economic sanctions - Many in the US were anti-empires, many feared Britain and France would make USA defend theirs
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What was Woodrow Wilson's aims and attitudes towards Germany?

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Didn't believe Germany deserved to be punished - Not angry as country wasn't much effected - More peaceful world to strengthen democracy in Germany to reduce chance of another war - Self-determination - 14 points

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What was David Lloyd George's aims and attitudes towards Germany?

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What were the Terms of the Treaty?

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Wilson's 14 points

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