The story of the Paris Peace Conference, 1918 - 1919, as told by the American delegates upon their return, in a 15 week series of talks in Philadelphia. This was the first authoritative and comprehensive report told to the people of America.
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Map of Europe Redrawn at Summit in Madrid: Will U.S. Avoid Serious Mistakes in Past Efforts? By Sieff, Martin The Washington Times (Washington, DC), July 13, 1997
The Myth of Versailles By Bering-Jensen, Helle The Washington Times (Washington, DC), July 18, 1997
Heartaches on the Home Front ; 'Versailles' Explores Loss; 'A Taste of Honey' Looks at Despair and Frustration By Wolf, Matt International New York Times, March 6, 2014