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COUNCIL OF DIRECTION OF THE
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR INTERNATIONAL

CONCILIATION

VA.

EDWINA. ALDERMAN, CHARLOTTESVILLE. THEODORE MARBURG, BALTIMORE, MD.

BRANDER MATTHEWS, NEW YORK JOHN R. ALPINE, NEW YORK

SILAS MCBEE, NEW YORK RICHARD BARTHOLDT, St Louis, Mo. GEORGE B. MCCLELLAN, PRINCETOWN, N. J. GEORGE BLUMENTHAL, NEW YORK WILLIAM B. MCKINLEY, WASHINGTON, D. C. CLIFTON R. BRECKENRIDGE, EUREKA ANDREW J. MONTAGUE, RICHMOND, VA. SPRINGS, ARKANSAS

MRS. PHILIP N. MOORE, St. Louis, Mo. WILLIAM J. BRYAN, MIAMI, FLA.

DWIGHT W. MORROW, NEW YORK THEODORE E. BURTON, WASHINGTON, D.C. W. W. MORROW, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER, NEW YORK STEPHEN H. OLIN, MIDDLETOWN, CONN. RICHARD H. DANA, BOSTON, MASS. MRS. PERCY V. PENNYBACKER, AUSTIN, TEXAS HORACE E. DEMING, NEW YORK

HENRY S. PRITCHETT, NEW YORK GANO DUNN, NEW YORK

IRA REMSEN, BALTIMORE, MD. CHARLES W. ELIOT, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. JAMES FORD RHODES, BOSTON, MASS. AUSTEN G. Fox, NEW YORK

ELIHU Root, New York ROBERT A. PRANKS, ORANGE, N. J. J. G. SCHURMAN, PEKIN, CHINA JOHN P. FREY, CINCINNATI, OHIO JAMES BROWN SCOTT, WASHINGTON, D. C. ROBERT GARRETT, BALTIMORE, MD. CHARLES HITCHCOCK SHERRILL, NEW YORK JOSEPH P. GRACE, NEW YORK

MRS. SEWARD A. SIMONS, SO. PASADENA, CAL. WILLIAM GREEN, INDIANAPOLIS, IND.

William M. SLOANE, PRINCETON, N. J.
WILLIAM J. HOLLAND, PITTSBURGH, PA. OSCAR S. STRAUS, NEW YORK
HAMILTON HOLT, NEW YORK

MRS. MARY WOOD SWIFT, BERKELEY, CAL. ALBA B. JOHNSON, PHILADELPHIA, PA. GEORGE W. TAYLOR, DEMOPOLIS, ALA. DAVID STARR JORDAN, STANFORD

O. H. TITTMAN, LEESBURG, VA. UNIVERSITY, CAL.

W. H. TOLMAN, PRAGUE, CZECHO-SLOVAKIA T.H. KIRKLAND, NASHVILLE, TENN. EDWARD TUCK, PARIS, FRANCE Mrs. JAMES LEES LAIDLAW, New YORK GEORGE E. VINCENT, NEW YORK THOMAS W. LAMONT, NEW YORK

WILLIAN D. WHEELWRIGHT, PORTLAND ORE. ADOLPH LEWISO UN, NEW YORK

MARY E. WOOLLEY, SOUTH HADLEY, MASS. CLARENCE H. MACKAY, New YORK

(IN PREPARATION)

THE TREATIES OF PEACE

1919-1923

TEXTS OF THE TREATIES

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OF VERSAILLES, ST. GERMAIN-EN-LAYE, TRIANON, NEUILLY, SÈVRES, LAUSANNE,

AND THE STRAITS CONVENTION

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E5 INTERNATIONAL CONCILIATION

Published monthly by the
American Association for International Conciliation.
Entered as second-class matter at Greenwich, Conn.,
Post office, July 3, 1930, under the Act of August 24, 1912.

MAPS SHOWING TERRITORIAL CHANGES

SINCE THE WORLD WAR, THE TRANSFER OF THE GERMAN CABLES

AND THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS IN 1923

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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR INTERNATIONAL CONCILIATION
EDITORIAL OFFICE: 407 WEST 117TH STREET, NEW YORK CITY

PUBLICATION OFFICE: GREENWICA, CONN.

It is the aim of the Association for International Conciliation to awaken interest and to seek cooperation in the movement to promote international good will. This movement depends for its ultimate success upon increased international understanding, appreciation, and sympathy. To this end, documents are printed and widely circulated, giving information as to the progress of the movement and as to matters connected therewith, in order that individual citizens, the newspaper press, and organizations of various kinds may have accurate information on these subjects readily available.

The Association endeavors to avoid, as far as possible, contentious questions, and in particular questions relating to the domestic policy of any given nation. Attention is to be fixed rather upon those underlying principles of international law, international conduct, and international organization, which must be agreed upon and enforced by all nations if peaceful civilization is to continue and to be advanced. A list of publications will be found on page 25.

Subscription rate: Twenty-five cents for one year, or one dollar for five years.

LIST OF MAPS

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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
and comparing the area of the new Germany graphi-
cally with the areas of certain states in the United

States)
4. The League of Nations, as provided for in the Treaties

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
and Germany

14 8. Austria, illustrating the Treaty of St. Germain-en-Laye

(with insert map showing, in black, areas lost by
Austria). On the insert map the former Kingdom of
Hungary is indicated by a fine stipple; Bosnia and
Herzegovina, which belonged to Austria-Hungary, are
shown by a coarse stipple.

15 9. Hungary, illustrating the Treaty of Trianon (with insert

map showing, in black, area lost by Hungary). On the
insert map, part of the former Empire of Austria is in-
dicated by fine stipple; Bosnia and Herzegovina, which
belonged to Austria-Hungary, are shown by a coarse
stipple

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