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The Big Three and Germany. How Britain, France and USA dealt with Germany after the First World War?. Post World War I. Conditions of USA, Britain, France and Germany. Death Toll. No. of people died in the First World War. Geographical Position. Economic Losses.

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The big three and germany

The Big Three and Germany

How Britain, France and USA dealt with Germany after the First World War?


Post world war i

Post World War I

Conditions of

USA, Britain, France and Germany


Death toll
Death Toll

No. of people died in the First World War



Economic losses
Economic Losses

  • USA: most of the losses were owed by Britain and France

  • France: large areas of land and industry were destroyed


Economic strength

1

2

3

4

USA

Germany

Britain

France

Economic Strength

Top Four Wealthiest Countries

(as at 1919)



Ways of dealing with germany

Ways of dealing with Germany

How and Why were

the Powers different?


The big three
The Big Three

  • Woodrow Wilson: President of the USA

  • David Lloyd George: Prime Minister of Britain

  • Georges Clemenceau:Prime Minister of France


Germany was to be blamed
Germany was to be blamed

  • Germany to accept total blame for causing the war

  • Believed that Germany had caused the war



Germany had to pay reparations
Germany had to pay reparations

  • To make Germany pay vast reparations for war losses


To cut down Germany's forces

  • So that she could never make war again


Total disarmament
Total Disarmament

  • To reduce all arms of the Great Powers to avoid the danger of war



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