Different aims of the three leaders: Clemenceau, Lloyd-George and Wilson and purpose and intent of the League of Nations when it was established in 1921.
(i) Explain the different aims of the three leaders, Clemenceau, Lloyd-George and Wilson at the Paris Peace Conference after WW1.
<Tab/>The 18th of January 1919, is a stand-still moment in History as 75% of the world's 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 consist…
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