Suitors and Suppliants: The Little Nations at Versailles

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Index

A
Abdul Hamid II, 36, 46, 190, 286
Abdul Malek, Emir, 59
Abraham, 58
Abyssinians, 187, 279
Adalia, 31, 178
Adriatic, 96, 98, 213
Italy and the, 247
Aharonian, 196
Akha, 30
Al Azhar, Cairo, 57
Albania, 70
Essad Pasha, 67-95
Greeks in, 85
Prince of Wied, 70-71
Albanians, 253
Albanian settlement, 74
Albert, King, 67
Aldovrandi, 111-113
Alexander, King, 94
Allenby, General Edmund H., 32, 37, 40
Alsace-Lorraine, 9, 202, 205, 207
American Friendly Society, 227
American mandate, Near and Middle
East, 48-49
American-Siberian expedition, 155
American Ukrainian Commitee, 136
Anatolia, 30, 31, 183, 187, 188
deportations to, 37
Andalusia, 60
Anglo-Japanese Alliance, 227, 228, 239
Anti-Semitism:
in Arab lands, 57-60
in Poland, 123-125
in Rumania, 170
Aouali, 36
Arabs, 189
and French, 49
at Conference, 32-51
demands of, 35-36
British promises to, 48
Arabs (Cont.)
Christian, in Palestine, 56
meaning of word, 39
nationalist movements of, 32-33, 39
platform of, 38-40
provinces of, American commission in, 49
Archangel, 26
Arditi, 99
Armenia, 49
fact-finding mission to, 196
Turkish, 30
Armenian mandate, 196-197
Armenians, 40, 54, 186-201
church alliances of, 186-187
clause, in Versailles Treaty, 197
defeat by Turks ( 1920), 197
survivors of massacres, 192
Armenian State, 198
Armistice Commission, 7
Aseff, 22-24, 286
Asia, 234
Asia Minor, 31
Greeks in, 178
Australia, 113
and race equality, 229
Austria, 136, 205, 247
Austrians, 30
in Albania, 71
Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, 109, 117
Auchincloss, Gordon, 6, 173-174

B
Bachmac, 153
Bacon, Francis, 69, 125
Bagdad, 48
Balfour, Arthur James, 41-44, 55, 108, 237, 241, 284
at Versailles, 270
at White House, 43
explains declaration, 61

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