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Title: The Treaty of Versailles : a success?

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Subject: History
Author: Linda P
Date: December 14, 2016
Level: University
Grade: B
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He also asked compensations from Germany for all the damages they had caused on France. In fact, France had lost 1.24 million soldiers and 40,000 civilians during the war. Much of the war had been fought on French soil, so Clemenceau wanted to control German factories. Clemenceau represented the interests and the opinion of the French population...

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Clemenceau represented the interests and the opinion of the French population. France also wanted symbolicly to destroy old militaristic Germany and hang the Kaiser. Clemenceau also wanted to protect secret treaties and impose naval blockades around Germany, so that France could control trade imported to and exported goods from the defeated country...

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