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The Motives of Great Britain
-David Lloyd George was the leader of Britain
-Also wanted reparations
-Wanted Germany to remain strong enough to remain a trade partner
-Also wanted to expand her overseas empire
Summary: Great Britain was neither aggressive nor laid back about the charges to Germany. They wanted Germany to pay for what they did in reparations but also wanted them to remain a trading partner. But most of all, they wanted to take over Germany's over seas colonies so they could expand their overseas empire.