The Saar Plebiscite

  title={The Saar Plebiscite},
  author={James Kerr Pollock},
  journal={American Political Science Review},
  pages={275 - 282}
  • J. Pollock
  • Published 1 April 1935
  • History
  • American Political Science Review
The Treaty of Versailles provided that at the termination of a period of fifteen years from its coming into force, a plebiscite should be held in the Saar Territory to determine under what sovereignty its inhabitants desired to be placed. The following conditions were laid down for the plebiscite: “A vote will take place by communes or districts on the three following alternatives: (a) maintenance of the régime established by the present Treaty and by this Annex; (b) union with France; (c… 

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