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The Border Disputes of the 1920s

The Border Disputes of the 1920s

The Treaties signed at the Paris Peace Conference had created some new states and changed the borders of other existing states. However, putting a dotted line on a map was a lot simpler than working out where the boundaries actually lay on the ground. These new boundaries might split a community, putting some people in one state and the rest in another. 



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