The Versailles Settlement: Peacemaking in Paris, 1919

@inproceedings{Sharp1991TheVS,
  title={The Versailles Settlement: Peacemaking in Paris, 1919},
  author={Alan Sharp},
  year={1991}
}
  • Alan Sharp
  • Published 1 May 1991
  • Political Science, History
Part 1 The old world falls apart: shifting balance of power nationalism, imperialism and alliances outbreak of war war aims and wartime developments collapse of the central powers Wilson's programme for world peace pre-armistice agreement armistice. Part 2 The Paris Peace Conference: Council of Ten Council of Four. Part 3 The League of Nations: origins wartime developments Parisian proposals drafting the covenant. Part 4 Reparations: reparations or indemnity? British demand for an indemnity… 

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