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david cameron
The intentions of the Big Three at Versailles in 1919 explained and analysed. This podcast, written by a leading history teacher and read by David Cameron, looks individually at America's Woodrow Wilson, Britain's David Lloyd George and France's Georges Clemenceau. We discover why each leader wanted the terms they did, how far their aims were met by the treaty, and how they felt about the resulting agreement. Cameron discusses Wilson's Fourteen Points, France's desire for revenge and compensation, and Britain's wish to cap Germany's armed forces and (particularly) naval fleet.The podcast is ideal for GCSE students revising World War One.

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Subject: History
Age range: 14-16

Duration: 8m 31s
Size: 4.9mb
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