What really happened at Paris : the story of the Peace Conference, 1918-1919, by American delegates / edited by Edward Mandell House and Charles Seymour
|出版者||Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press|
|大きさ||xiii, 528 p. : maps ; 23 cm|
|一般注記||Reprint of the 1921 ed. published by Scribner, New York
|内容注記||In explanation / Bok, E. W.
Foreword / House, E. M.
Preparations for peace / Mezes, S. E.
The atmosphere and organization of the Peace Conference / Day, C.
The new boundaries of Germany / Haskins, C. H.
Poland / Lord, R. H.
The end of the empire : remnants of Austria-Hungary / Seymour, C.
Fiume and the Adriatic problem / Johnson, D. W.
Constantinople and the Balkans / Bowman, I.
The Armenian problem and the disruption of Turkey / Westermann, W. L.
The protection of minorities and natives in transferred territories / Hudson, M. O.
The trail of the Kaiser / Scott, J. B.
Reparations / Lamont, T. W.
The economic settlement / Young, A. B.
The labor clauses of the treaty / Gompers, S.
The economic administration during the armistice / Hoover, H.
The Atlantic Fleet in the Great War / Mayo, H. T.
The problem of disarmament / Bliss, T. H.
The making of the League of Nations / Miller, D. H.
The Versailles Peace in retrospect / House, E. M.
|著者標目|| House, Edward Mandell, 1858-1938 ed
Seymour, Charles, 1885-1963
|件 名||LCSH:Paris. Peace Conference, 1919 -- Addresses, essays, lectures
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