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        The Big Four Woodrow Wilson USA David Lloyd-George Great Britain Georges Clemenceau  France Vittorio Orlando  Italy
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The Big Four at Versailles in 1919
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What did France want from the treaty? Security Revenge Reparations Clemenceau : The Tiger Clemenceau wanted to make sure that  Germany could not invade France in the  future. He was determined that Germany  should be made to pay for the damage that  had been caused in northern France by  the invading German armies.
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David Lloyd-George In public Lloyd-George said he wanted to  punish the Germans. The British public  was very anti-German at the end of the  war. In private he realised that Britain needed  Germany to recover because she was  an important trading partner. He was also worried about the “disease  from the east”, communism. The  Russian government had been  overthrown by a communist revolution in  1917. Lloyd-George believed that the  spread of communism had to be  stopped. A strong Germany would be a  barrier against it . What did Britain Want?
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Woodrow Wilson What did America Want? Woodrow Wilson wanted the treaty to be based on 
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