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Lloyd George and the Lost Peace
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What really happened at Paris
Lloyd E. Ambrosius, Woodrow Wilson and the American Diplomatic Tradition: The Treaty Fight in Perspective, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987. £27.50. British Documents on Foreign Affairs:Expand
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Sir Henry Alfred McCardie
The Worm in the Bud: ‘Appeasement’ at the Peace Conference
The legend of Versailles as a settlement doomed from the first dies hard. No amount of historical analysis seems able to dent its popular perception as a byword for harshness and injustice.1 ButExpand
‘A Conference Now’: Lloyd George, Chamberlain and Churchill, 1939–40
We last met A.J. Sylvester at the Berghof, capturing Lloyd George and Hitler with his cine-camera, and then enthusing at the view from Bron- y-de. Sylvester was Lloyd George’s private secretary fromExpand
John Andrew Hamilton, Viscount Sumner
Enigma Variations: Lloyd George at the Paris Peace Conference, 1919
Eighty years on, Lloyd George’s role at the Paris Peace Conference continues to dazzle and bemuse and almost to defy classification. Of the importance of that role there is no doubt: at the height ofExpand
Reparations and Reputations: Lloyd George and Lord Cunliffe
The Lords Cunliffe and Sumner, Lloyd George’s delegates on reparations at the Paris Peace Conference, have gone down to posterity, irredeemably, it would seem, as what James Headlam-Morley calledExpand