Paris 1919: Six Months That Changed the World

@inproceedings{Macmillan2001Paris1S,
  title={Paris 1919: Six Months That Changed the World},
  author={M. Macmillan},
  year={2001}
}
Margaret MacMillanNew York: Random House, 2003. xxxi, 570pp, $25.95 paper (ISBN 0-375-76052-0)This book has garnered wide praise since its original publication in the United Kingdom in 2001, under the title of Peacemakers. No one who reads Professor MacMillan's comprehensive, balanced and elegant treatment of the peace negotiations that ended the First World War should have any reason to dispute its praiseworthiness. Nor could there be much to object to in the subtitle: these were, indeed, six… Expand
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