What Really Happened at Paris: The Story of the Peace Conference, 1918-1919

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INDEX
Abdul Hamid, 180
Adatci, Mr., 211
Adige River, watershed of, 113, 114
Adrianople, 174
Adriatic Sea, Slavonic population of east coast of, 122; three keys to naval domination of, 126; military value of eastern coast of, 129, 130; three military bridge-heads of, 130-133; report of American specialists on Italy's claims in, 132; settlement of Italian claims in, 137, 139; Italian and Serbian struggle for control in, 158
Africa, data concerning, collected by the United States, 4; British occupation in, 153; opposition to German control in, 224; mandates for, 226, 227
Ahad, the, Arab secret society, 180, 181
Aharonian, Avetis, 188
Albania, 130, 131, 169, 171; claims of, to national independence, 18, 19; control over, desired by Italy, 127, 129; mandate for, offered to I taly, 137; Greek claims in, 173, 191, 194; economic and political conditions in, 174; independence of, recognized, 175; terms of Treaty of London regarding, 175
Allenby, General, 185, 197, 198
Allenstein, District of, 78, 81
Alliances of nations, 374 ff.
Alsace - Lorraine, self - determination, German plea for retention of, 40, 46; return of, to France, 45-48; German propaganda in, 47; religious freedom guarantee not required of, 212
American Army engineers, estimate by, of war damages, 275, 309
American Commission to Negotiate Peace, 294
American delegates at Peace Conference, on frontiers committee, 96, 97; attitude of, regarding Bulgaria, 164, 166, 170ff.; errors pointed out by, to commission on responsibility for the war, 248; memorandum of, to Commission on Responsibilities, 250; fixed sum as amount of Germany's indebtedness urged by, 263; attitude of, toward costs of war and reparations, 270; suggestion of, as to amount Germany could pay, 276; a moderating influence, 285; share of, in framing of Treaty, 293ff.; on economic commission, 307; large amount of information gathered by, 308; on labor commission, 319, 321, 323; Labor's Bill of Rights proposed by, 329, 331-333
American Federation of Labor, indorsement of League of Nations by, 330
American Geographical Society, 1
American labor, standards of, 323, 334; influences of, in Treaty, 327
Anatolia, 189, 203; importance of Smyrna to, 192; Ottoman rule in, 193
Andersonville prison, 249
Antilles, sinking of, 357
Anti-submarine craft, United States, 354
Arab revival, the, 180
Arabs, freed from Turkish domination, 176; secret societies of, 180, 181; plans for liberation of, 181; confederation of, in Syrian desert, 183; revolt of, from Turkey, 184, 185; delegation of, at Peace Conference, 188; camel corps of, in Palestine, 185, 197; desire of, for independence, 197; mandatory control of, 200
Arbitration, compulsory, 420
Armaments, problem of limitation of, before the Peace Conference, 370ff.; the accumulation of, 377; limitation of German, 386-390; a concrete expression of national policies, 390; conference of Powers, first step to-

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