At the Treaty of Versailles there was a significant debate between the French and the Anglo-Americans over what sort of army the Germans should have. The French thought that a conscript army should be utilized by the Germans to constrain them, as a conscript army would preclude them from having enough professional trained soldiers to be a real threat. The Anglo-Americans conversely thought that a conscript army would greatly enhance German power by having large amounts of trained reservists. France proposed a 200,000 man conscript army, while ultimately the Anglo-Americans forced a 100,000 man professional army. What if the French proposal was adopted instead? Could it harm the Nazi German military build up by denying them the huge corp of highly elite and well trained de-facto NCOs/officers that they built into the Reichswehr? Or would it still enable the Germans to build their military forces, but along diametrically different lines as they have a large reservist pool, but a relative lack of highly trained soldiers they used to expand their army with so quickly under Nazi Germany OTL?