The inside story of the Peace Conference / by E.J. Dillon.

New York : Harper and Brothers, [1920] .

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Description 512 pages ; 22 cm
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Copyright Date [1920]
Contents The city of conference -- Signs of the times -- The delegates -- Censorship and secrecy -- Aims and methods -- The lesser states -- Poland's outlook in the future -- Italy -- Japan -- Attitude toward Russia -- Bolshevism -- How Bolshevism was fostered -- Sidelights on the treaty -- The treaty with Germany -- The treaty with Bulgaria -- The covenant and minorities.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)356359
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WorldCat Identities Dillon, Emile Joseph, 1855-1933.
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