The Essentials of International Public Law and Organization

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Paris Peace Conference. -- * Baker, Woodrow Wilson and World Settlement, in 3 vols. ( 1922-23), and What Wilson Did at Paris ( 1920); Dillon, Inside Story of the Peace Conference ( 1920); * Gooch, History of Modern Europe ( 1923), ch. 19 (best brief account); Harris, The Peace in the Making ( 1920); Haskins and Lord, Some Problems of the Peace Conference ( 1920); House and Seymour, What Really Happened at Paris ( 1921); Huddleston, Peace-Making at Paris ( 1920); Lansing, The Peace Negotiations ( 1921), and The Big Four and Others at the Peace Conference ( 1921); * Tardieu, The Truth About the Treaty ( 1921), ch. 3; Temperley, A History of the Peace Conference of Paris, in 6 vols. ( 1920-24, see index to 6th. vol.); Thompson, The Peace Conference Day by Day ( 1920).

Treaties of Paris, particularly of Versailles. -- Bainville, Les conséquences politiqes de la paix ( 1920); Barthou, Le traité de paix ( 1919); Bougeois, Le traité de poix de Versailles ( 1919); Finch, "The Treaty of Peace with Germany in the U. S. Senate", in 14 A. J. ( 1920), 155-206; Hanotaux, Le traité de Versailles ( 1919); Lodge, The Senate and the League of Nations ( 1925, for the Lodge, Reservations); Pillet, Le traité de paix de Versailles ( 1920); Scelle, La morale des traités de paix ( 1920); Scott, Introduction to the Peace Treaties ( 1920); Stegemann, Das Triegbild von Versailles ( 1926); * Tardieu, The Truth A bout the Treaty ( 1921); * Temperley, History of the Peace Conference, in 6 vols. ( 1920-24, see index to 6th vol.); Treaty of Peace with Germany; Hearings before the U. S. Senate Committee on For. Rel., 66th Cong., 1st sess., 1919; Treaties of Peace, in 2 vols. ( New York, 1924, texts).

Period After the World War, 1919-25. -- * Baruch, Reparations ( 1920); Bass, The Peace Tangle ( 1920): Bass and Moulton, America and the Balance Sheet of Europe ( 1921); Bowman, The New World ( 1921); * Buell, International Relations ( 1925); Cur. Hist., 1919- 1926, passim; Dawes, The Dawes Plan ( 1925); Dennis, The Foreign Policies of Soviet Russia ( 1924); Fabre-Luce, La crisis desalliances ( 1922); Fisk, The Inter-Ally Debts ( 1924); Gibbons, Europe since 1918 ( 1923); * Keynes, Economic Consequences of the Peace ( 1920), and A Revision of the Treaty ( 1922); McBain and Rogers, The New Consts. of Europe ( 1920); Moulton and McGuire, Germany's Capacity to Pay ( 1923), and The Reparation Plan ( 1924); Mowat, A Diplomatic History of Europe, 1914-25 ( 1927): Nitti, Peaceless Europe (Eng. ed., 1922), or The Wreck of Europe (Am. ed., 1922), The Decadence of Europe ( 1923), and They Make a Desert ( 1924); Quigly, From Versailles to Locarno ( 1927); Round Table, 1919- 1926, passim; Simonds, How Europe Made Peace ( 1927); Toynbee, The World After the Peace Conference ( 1925), and * Survey of Int. Affairs ( 1920-23), and ( 1924); and Visscher, The Stabilization of Europe ( 1924).

Toynbee's admirable Surveys are to be published annually.

For texts of the treaties, see 23 Cur. Hist. ( 1925), 323-27; and Supp. to 20 A. J. ( 1926), 21 ff.; or 9 W. P. F., op. cit., 54 ff.

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