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At the conclusion of World War I and through the formal peace-negotiations that followed, the allied nations of Great Britain and France took roughly the same stance on reparations in this way: they both believed Germany to be responsible for making them. They differed, however, in the severity of the payments to be made: France favored extensive and (intentionally) crippling reparations, while Great Britain did not.

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Britain thought that we shouldn't be too hard on Germany because they might get angry.

France wanted them to pay BIG TIME.

I am assuming you mean WWI.

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