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THE TREATIES OF PEACE
TEXTS OF THE TREATIES
OF VERSAILLES, ST. GERMAIN-EN-LAYE, TRIANON, NEUILLY, SÈVRES, LAUSANNE,
AND THE STRAITS CONVENTION
E5 INTERNATIONAL CONCILIATION
Published monthly by the
MAPS SHOWING TERRITORIAL CHANGES
SINCE THE WORLD WAR, THE TRANSFER OF THE GERMAN CABLES
AND THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS IN 1923
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR INTERNATIONAL CONCILIATION
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LIST OF MAPS
1. Europe and Asia Minor in 1914
8 2. Europe and Asia Minor in 1924
9 3. Germany, illustrating the Treaty of Versailles (with
insert map showing, in black, areas lost by Germany
of Versailles, St. Germain-en-Laye, Trianon, Neuilly
sur-Seine, and Sèvres. 5. Mandates in Africa, indicating the present disposition of
the former German colonies in Africa, together with
other territorial changes on that continent since 1918 6. Mandates in the Pacific, indicating the present dispo
sition of the former German colonies in the Pacific. 13 7. The former German cables, given up under the Treaty
of Versailles and the Treaty between the United States
14 8. Austria, illustrating the Treaty of St. Germain-en-Laye
(with insert map showing, in black, areas lost by
15 9. Hungary, illustrating the Treaty of Trianon (with insert
map showing, in black, area lost by Hungary). On the