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After the killing and the signing of the armistice on 11111918 the reign of peace was to be solidified by introducing the Paris peace conference early the next year 32 countries had delegates in this massive discussion for the good of the world but our focal point is going to be on George Clemenceau the French President and Woodrow Wilson Americas President Both of these men had a common goal of peace both world wide and for Europe but had radically different views on how to accomplish this Germany being the first to actually stage an attack was charged with starting the war and her punishment was down to two major views To have all participating countries take an amount of responsibility for allowing the war to build up into what it was and not force one country into poverty and collapse to pay your own bills or to force heavy fines and military penalties on Germany to pay for damages Clemenceau being from the most damaged country pushed for full fines and bills for damage to be paid for by Germany as well as admitting that they started the war And Woodrow Wilson and the Americans favored the shared responsibility view France had been beaten down by Germany in this war and in fact it had gotten so bad that a main part of Frances wartime philosophy was Make Germany Pay Because of all the negative press surrounding the peoples opinion on Germany taking it easy on them would be disastrous the people would not be happy Also since Germany has war debt and reconstruction to do too chances are Germany would have fined them as much as they planned on fining Germany But eventually Germany would pay off its debts and grow in power again so its military would need to be kept in check by limiting the amount of military units that Germany can have at all times But France strikes me
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