Armistices and Abdications` | Source: Nasmith, G. G. (1919). Canada’s sons and Great Britain in the World War: A complete and authentic history of the commanding part played by Canada and the British Empire in the world’s greatest war. Toronto: The John C. Winston Co., Ltd. | About one that lists when each of the Central Powers signed an Armistice agreement with the Allies, and then when the rule of the Allied nations abdicated.
Canada and the Peace Conference of 1919 | Source: Dafoe, J. W. (1943). Canada and the Peace Conference of 1919. Canadian Historical Review, 24(3), 233-248. | A 16 page article from a historical journal. Note it was published in the middle of the Second World War. This article contains a retrospective look back at the “ill-fated” Peace Conference of 1919 in light of the Nazi’s coming to power.
Canada at Peace Conference – letters, telgrams | Canada, Dominion of. (1919 ). Third Session of the Thirteenth Parliament – Special Session 1919 Sessional Papers – Volume 1 (Vol. LV). Toronto. Source: http://www.archive.org/details/n01sessionalpaper55canauoft | A 13-page extract from the Sessional Papers of the Canadian Parliament. Contains letters, telegrams, and memoranda that pertain to from Prime Minister Borden’s request for Canada to be represented directly at the Conference.
Paris Peace Treaty | Source: Duncan-Clark, Samuel John, & Wallace, W. Stewart. (1919). Pictorial history of the great war. Toronto: Clark | A 2-page summary of the Peace Treaty signed between the Allies and Germany June 28, 1919. Published in the same year the treaty was signed, this document offers a contemporary understanding of the Treaty of Versailles.
Peace Conference Crises | Source: Nasmith, G. G. (1919). Canada’s sons and Great Britain in the World War: A complete and authentic history of the commanding part played by Canada and the British Empire in the world’s greatest war. Toronto: The John C. Winston Co., Ltd. | A 4-page excerpt that accounts for a couple of “crises” or problems that arose between the Allies at the Peace Conference.
Peace Treaty with Bulgaria | Source: Treaty of peace between the Allied and Associated Powers and Bulgaria and protocol. Signed at Neuilly-sur-Seine, November 27, 1919 | A 118-page book detailing the peace treaty signed with Bulgaria at Neuilly-sur-Seine, November 27, 1919.
Returned Soldiers | Source: Canada. (1921). Canada’s part in the Great War (3 ed.). Ottawa: Department of External Affairs, The Information Branch. | A 7 page extract that describes the programs and services for returned soldiers.
The Debate on Peace Terms | Source: Duncan-Clark, Samuel John, & Wallace, W. Stewart. (1919). Pictorial history of the great war. Toronto: Clark. | An 8-page document which provides an account of what happened at the Peace Confernece.
The Peace Conference of Paris, 1919 | Source: Finch, Geo A. (1919). The Peace Conference of Paris, 1919. The American Journal of International Law, 13(2), 159-186. | A 29-page academic article from 1919 that discusses the Paris Peace Conference.Advanced reading skills required.
The peace treaties | Source: Allied, Associated Powers. (1919). The Peace Treaties: Comprising the League of Nations covenant, Digest of the German treaty, digest of the Austrian treaty, with annotations by the American mission at the peace conference; milestones on the road to victory. Washington: Federal Trade Information Service. [Source] | A 100-page book devoted to the League of Nations, the Treaty with Germany and the Treaty with Austria.
The Treaty of Sèvres, 1920 | The Peace Treaty Between the Allies and Turkey | 2 page document with the details of the treaty with Turkey.
Treaty of peace with Austria | Source: Treaty of peace with Austria. Letter of Allied and associated powers transmitting to the Austrian delegation the treaty of peace with Austria, together with the reply of the Allied and associated powers to the Austrian note of July 20, 1919, requesting certain modifications of the terms. “Allied and Associated Powers (1914-1920). Treaty with Austria, Sept. 10, 1919. [Source]. | A 48 page book that details the treaty of Peace with
Ultimatim to Austria | Source: The Advocate of Peace (1894-1920), Vol. 81, No. 6 (JUNE, 1919), pp. 192-193 Published by: World Affairs Institute | A 2 page article that looks at the peace process with Austria.