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Who was the Clemenceau?

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Asked by manoj thapa, 18 Feb '11 06:02 pm
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French warship and the 6th aircraft carrier of the French Navy named after Georges Benjamin Clemenceau (a revolutionary n former PM of France)
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Answered by beena john, 18 Feb '11 06:09 pm

 
  
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French statesman
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French warship
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Clemenceau, Georges (1841-1929) French statesman, journalist, premier (1906-09, 1917-20), and minister of war, nicknamed the Tiger. For several years before World War I broke out, Clemenceau wrote against Germany and advocated French military preparedness. Becoming prime minister in 1917 after three years of war, Clemenceau restored France's morale and will to win, and advocated a unified allied command. After the armistice, he led the French delegation at the Paris Peace Conference, where he pressed for German disarmament. He opposed President Woodrow Wilson and David Lloyd George's plans for a League of Nations, preferring instead an anti-German alliance. He was dissatisfied with the Treaty of Versailles, but succeeded in persuading Wilson to continue U.S. and Allied military occupation of the Rhineland.

Clemenceau regarded Wilson as too idealistic and is reported to have quipped about Wilson's Fourteen Points, The good Lord had only ten.

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A French Statesman,physician n Journalist who served as Prime Minister of France from 1906 to 1909.
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Answered by Damodar Biswal, 18 Feb '11 06:10 pm

 
  
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Answered by hemlata shrivastav, 18 Feb '11 06:03 pm

 
  
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