Peace Conference of 1919

organization and procedure by Frank Swain Marston

Publisher: AMS Press in New York

Written in English
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StatementF. S. Marston.
ContributionsRoyal Institute of International Affairs.
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LC ClassificationsD645
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Open LibraryOL21375236M
ISBN 100404153496

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Between January and Julyafter the war to end all wars, men and women from all over the world converged on Paris for the Peace Conference. At its heart were the leaders of the three great powers - Woodrow Wilson, Lloyd George and Clemenceau/5(11).

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Paris focuses on the peace conference that took place at the end of the First World War (known as the Great War, then, since they mercifully didnt know yet that it would need a number).

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The essays in this volume, written by leading historians and a former British foreign secretary, survey the strategy, politics and personalities of British peacemaking in Many of the intractable problems faced by negotiators are studied in this volume. Neglected issues, including nascent. WILSON AND HIS PEACEMAKERS: American Diplomacy at the Paris Peace Conference, By Arthur Walworth.

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