GREAT BRITISH AND FRENCH LEADER OF WAR IN CONFERENCE David Lloyd-George Aristide Briand To there two men, David Lloyd-George, minister of war in the British cabinet, and Aristide Briand, premier of France, the allies look for victory more than to any other pair in the war. The photograph shows the last conference in Premier Briand's office in Paris. "When peace is declared," said Premiere Briand on this occasion, "we shall have won a victory over ourselves as well as the Germans. No More divisions nor local tyrannies; no more hatred of church steeples. There will be only one France."