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Were the peace treaties of 1919 - 1923 fair?

Were the peace treaties of 1919 - 1923 fair?

At the end of the First World War the leaders of the victorious powers met in Paris to decide how to deal with their defeated enemies. Their aim was to draw up peace treaties to end the war officially. The victorious leaders, however, found it very hard to agree what to do. This unit examines the aims of each of the leaders, the terms and conditions of the peace treaties and the public reaction to them.

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