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4 April, 01:39

Which positions did Britain's prime minister support at the Paris Peace Conference? Check all that apply.

1. He wanted to preserve Britain's trading relationship with Germany.

2. He advocated for Germany's armed forces to be dismantled.

3. He felt Germany should be broken up into two smaller countries.

4. He supported forcing Germany to return the Alsace-Lorraine to France.

5. He sought to create a secret alliance with Germany to ensure future peace.

6. He believed treating Germany harshly would lead to future conflicts.

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  1. 4 April, 02:50
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    The correct answers are 1) He wanted to preserve Britain's trading relationship with Germany and 6) He believed treating Germany harshly would lead to future conflicts.

    The positions that Britain's Prime Minister supported at the Paris Peace Conference were the following: He wanted to preserve Britain's trading relationship with Germany and he believed treating Germany harshly would lead to future conflicts.

    David Lloyd George (1863-1945) was the British Prime Minister during World War 1. During the negotiations of the Treaty of Versailles in Paris, France, George wanted to maintain the supremacy of Greta Britain in Europe and punish the Germans for the destruction caused in World War 1, but like a good diplomat and negotiator he was, he understood that harsh treatment over Germany could be the cause of another war in the not so distant future.
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