Paris Peace Conference


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Paris Peace Conference,

1919: see Versailles, Treaty ofVersailles, Treaty of,
any of several treaties signed in the palace of Versailles, France. For the Treaty of Versailles of 1783, which ended the American Revolution, see Paris, Treaty of, 1783.
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From the juridical point of view, the Romanian-Yugoslavian frontier was established, through the Treaty of Sevres, the two parts deciding the organization of a mixed commission, which later established, on the field, the frontier line (Romania and the Paris Peace Conference, 1983: 399-400).
This interesting volume on the role of academics in public policy examines the influence of historians who accompanied President Wilson to the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 on the development of American policy in the inter-war years.
The remains of the pre-war German Empire were to be re-allocated through the terms dictated at the Paris Peace Conference.
No single issue attracted more global attention at the Paris Peace Conference than that of race.
In the spring and early summer of 1919, Louis Marshall spent three arduous months at the Paris Peace Conference defending the rights of Jews in the new states of eastern Europe.
The world has forgotten the King-Crane Commission which Woodrow Wilson set in motion in 1919 at the Paris Peace Conference.
Bucharest rules a large Hungarian minority in Transylvania, acquired at the same Paris Peace Conference of 1919 where Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia-Herzegovina were detached from Vienna and united with Serbia.
A THE main leaders at the 1919 Paris peace conference were British Prime Minister David Lloyd George, US President Woodrow Wilson, French Premier Georges Clemenceau and Vittorio Orlando, the Italian Prime Minister.
Army intelligence work in Egypt in the early years of the war was the prelude to his participation in the great Arab revolt against the Turks, fame at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 and work with Winston Churchill in the war's aftermath.
Once she gets to France she finds Dub in the huge crowd assembled to view the opening of the Paris Peace Conference of 1919.
At the Paris Peace Conference that formally ended the war in 1919, Allied leaders laid out the League with a purpose and structure nearly identical to the later UN.
British and American branches of the IIA were established on 30 May 1919 at a meeting in Paris, by American and British Paris Peace Conference delegates who belonged to the American and British branches of a secret organisation founded by Cecil Rhodes [he of Africa fame].