Makers of the Modern World: South America and the Treaty of Versailles
Four South American nations – Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Uruguay – attended the Peace Conference. Their diplomats shared a common aim of maintaining trade links with Europe and the US, and the hope, ultimately dashed, of a US-backed League of Nations.
Makers of the Modern World: Central America and the Treaty of Versailles
Despite being invited to Paris because the USA wanted them there, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Cuba and Haiti were most concerned with the new League of Nations, hopeful that it would protect them against the interventions of their powerful neighbour.