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In 1919, the Paris Peace Conference, held to negotiate peace treaties ending the First World War, opened in Versailles, France.
AJC leaders first visited France in 1919, in connection with the Paris Peace Conference," said AJC Executive Director David Harris.
The problems regarding the organization of Europe constituted the main objective of the Paris Peace Conference from 1919-1920.
He was the key British negotiator at the Paris Peace Conference, exercising a moderating influence on both the harsh demands of Georges Clemenceau and the idealistic proposals of Woodrow Wilson, and to a large extent shaped the final agreement - although he later concluded that the treaty was a failure, predicting renewed war within 20 years.
Wilson's frightful messianism infused his determination to advance the League of Nations at the Paris Peace Conference.
Amid the collapse of the Ottoman Empire after the First World War, an independent Kurdistan was considered at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 but never materialised.
He turned down the award which was given to him for his role in the cease-fire as special adviser to the North Vietnamese delegation to the Paris Peace Conference which began in 1968.
This interesting volume on the role of academics in public policy examines the influence of historians who accompanied President Wilson to the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 on the development of American policy in the inter-war years.