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Makers of the Modern World: Central America and the Treaty of Versailles

Makers of the Modern World: Central America and the Treaty of Versailles

Hardback240pp Illustrated196x127mm

9781906598259     Product Code: 510795

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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.

Representatives of 32 nations attended the Paris Peace Conferences of 1919–1923; their common aim – to achieve a lasting peace – culminated in the Treaty of Versailles and the creation of the League of Nations, but what of the circumstances and aims of each nation? Focusing on individual countries’ delegates, this series examines what the representatives brought to the conference table, what they achieved in negotiation and the consequences of the peace treaties for their country. 

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