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The 15 volumes on the Paris Peace Conference document the international settlement after World War I. This series emphasizes the debates among the allies over treaty terms with Germany and over reparations, the creation of the League of Nations, political realignment, and the delineation of the borders of the new states that emerged from the collapse of the German, Austro-Hungarian, and Russian empires. The Confidential Print provides both a record of the negotiations between the Allied and Central Powers and the conference's efforts to ease the hardships facing both victors and vanquished at war's end.
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