Why did "The Big Three" disagree each other so strongly during the treaty of Versailles?
The first dispute occurred in January 1919. A meeting was held at Versailles in France by the leaders of each country as to decide how to punish the Germans. The leaders who attended the meeting were Lloyd George, prime minister of England, Georges Clemenceau, prime minister of France, and Woodrow Wilson, president of America. They were also known as "The Big Three" However they disagreed with each other's ideas. They each wanted something, which benefits themselves.
Firstly, as the French were probably one of the worst victims of WWI. The prime minister of France wanted the German to be…
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