The shaping of British policy at the Cabinet level towards German territorial questions remains hidden in relative obscurity. Although the Imperial War Cabinet held twelve sessions between November 20 and December 31, the Imperial statesmen were not primarily concerned with European territorial issues. Since the British War Cabinet’s records are not available and in view of the paucity of information in the existing memoirs and biographies, not much therefore can be said about the views of individual ministers and the evolution of British policy on the ministerial level before Paris on most European territorial questions. In the east, the Polish districts of Prussia and of Posnania, as well as access to the Baltic Sea, should be ceded to Poland. Lloyd George assumed that Clemenceau supported the Marshal’s proposals and stayed away from Anglo-French conference in the hope that Foch would prove more persuasive than he himself might prove to be.