France And Italy At The Paris Peace Conference (Article Critique Sample)
Article: Joel Blatt, “France and Italy at the Paris Peace Conference,” The International History Review 8 (February 1986), 27-40.
The abstract will be between 300-400 words, based upon the required articles cited in this syllabus.
Paris Peace Conference
The Paris Peace Conference, also called Versailles Peace Conference, was an important meeting of Italy, France, the United States, and Great Britain after World War I. All these nations gathered in Paris to set terms and conditions regarding how to create peace and harmony everywhere. Consisting of diplomats of over 30 states, the primary decision was the creation of the League of Nations.
On this day, complicated negotiations were held and Italy and France supported the idea of “peace and harmony without a victory.” This paper aims to discuss the roles of these two nations in creating peace across the globe and their works in the Paris Peace Conference. French Prime Minister Georges Clemence
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