The
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Big Three
Georges Clemenceau, Woodrow Wilson and David Lloyd George
on the day of the signing of the Versailles Treaty.  Photo credit.
 
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With the end of the Great War, the Russian, German, Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman empires ceased to exist.  At least 8.5 million men were dead and 16 million wounded; over 37 million total casualties.  The diplomats attending the Paris Peace Conference, meeting at the Palace of Versailles, intended to draft a general peace treaty to end the state of war and to redraw the map of Europe.  That did not happen.
 
Opening Page Introduction The Conference Organization History of the Palace of Versailles Cultural Milieu (still working on this)
Diplomats Territorial Disputes (still working on this) Archival Documents Earlier Diplomatic Documents: earlier treaties that served as models for the diplomats at the Conference Some Assignment Ideas
Conference Dateline League of Nations Some Maps Newspaper and Contemporary Press Accounts Documents
Scholarly Papers Bibliography and Websites Some Images and Photographs Site Map About the Author and Project Credits
 
 

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