The Peace Conference of 1919: Organization and Procedure

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The Peace Conference of 1919: Organization and Procedure

By F. S. Marston
Oxford University Press, 1944
276 pp. $3.50
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This is a most valuable and timely monograph, which traces the process by which the transition from war to peace was effected between 1918 and 1920. The author, whose attention is given over primarily to organizational problems rather than to the substance of the treaties, shows clearly how heavy was the price paid for the failure to foresee the dangers that would arise from a too rapid demobilization, both military and economic.

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