The British would play a big role in the negotiations at Versailles, and  they would be led by Lloyd George who would be one of the four  individuals on the Supreme Council, which would make most of the larger  decisions at the Conference. Another of those individuals was President  Wilson, and he brought with him the concept of self-determination. This  concept would drive many discussions, cause many argues, and create many  problems.

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