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Each country had its own goals in negotiating the Treaty of Versailles. What was the goal of the British prime minister, David Lloyd George? He advocated a moderate approach and wanted Germany’s colonies. He wanted to punish Germany for starting the war. He shared much of Wilson’s vision of “peace without victory.” He did not want to negotiate; he wanted to keep fighting.

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  • the goal of the British prime minister, David Lloyd George was: He advocated a moderate approach and wanted Germany's colonies.
    Germany does not have a lot of natural resources, so many concluded that prime minister David Lloyd George set his eyes on Germany's labor resources since they're really famous for having a lot of high-quality scientists.
  • The British prime minister, David Lloyd George, had a goal of punishing Germany for starting the war. He also wanted to punish Germany for what they did to France and Belgium.

    The Treaty of Versailles

        The Treaty of Versailles signified the end of WW1. It was signed by Germany and the Allied nations. The treaty forced Germany and other Central Powers to take all the blame for World War I.

         This meant that Germany lost  territories, and a reduced military force,They were also forced to pay reparation  to allied powers.

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