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i Explain the different aims of the three leaders Clemenceau Lloyd-George and Wilson at the Paris Peace Conference after WW1 The 18th of January 1919 is a stand-still moment in History as 75 of the worlds leaders came together and prepared to discuss a single topic the situation of the post-war world With the exclusion of the defeated states there was a total of 32 Leaders that attended the Paris Peace Conference Whilst there was a large majority of attendees there were three that wielded more power over the other nations These major participants consisted of Clemenceau from France Woodrow from USA and Lloyd-George from Britain because of the power they possessed the name The Big Three was given to them Georges Clemenceau was appointed to be the French Prime Minister in 1916 immediately he clearly conveyed his ideas for Germany to be smashed so that she could never again embark on a war The devastating blow that the French took during the war and especially at Verdun was still apparent in the French publics mind Clemenceau would not take the chance of Germany once starting another war so he proceeded to argue his aims as being of high importance Clemenceau believed the complete stripping of Germany was the only sure way to know they would be harmless and not be seen as a strong power in the future This meant the removal of their navy air-force and a decrease in the size of their army France wanted their border to meet with Germanys along the Rhine and to lose all of their overseas territories the more important being the return of Alsace-Lorraine Clemenceau also felt the need to restrict the relations of Austria-Hungary and Germany in order to make sure the two countries would not once again join forces together His nationalistic ways shown at the Paris Peace Conference meant that his views often conflicted with those of Wilsons President
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