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Georges Clemenceau the Tiger of France



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Georges Clemenceau the Tiger of France by Georges Lecomte
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1919. The story of Georges Clemenceau the senior French representative at the Versailles settlement who wanted the terms of the Versailles treaty to smash Germany, hence the nickname The Tiger, whereas David Lloyd George of Britain privately wanted a non-emotive approach to Germany's punishment at Versailles. Contents: All for France; Policies and Deeds; The Man; Fundamental Characteristics; The Patriot; The Orator-The Writer; At the Front; and Victory.
Release date NZ
May 7th, 2004
Translated by Donald Clive Stuart
Country of Publication
United States
Kessinger Publishing Co
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