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Paris Peace Conference

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Paris Peace Conference may refer to:

  • Congress of Paris (1856), negotiations ending the Crimean War
  • Treaty of Paris (1898), an agreement that involved Spain ceding Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines to the United States
  • Paris Peace Conference, 1919–1920, negotiations ending World War I
  • Paris Peace Treaties, 1947, which ended World War II for most nations
  • Paris Peace Accords, 1973 treaty ending American involvement in the Vietnam War
  • The Paris Peace Conference on Cambodia (July 1989 - October 1991), which resolved Cambodia–China relations#History
  • Paris Peace Forum, an event first held in 2018

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Chinese diplomat Chengting T. Wang

Chinese diplomat Chengting T. Wang

Photograph shows portrait taken at Paris Peace Conference of 1919 with facsimile of his signature. Title devised by Library staff.

Chinese diplomat Sao-Ke Alfred Sze

Chinese diplomat Sao-Ke Alfred Sze

Photograph shows portrait taken at Paris Peace Conference of 1919 with facsimile of his signature. Title devised by Library staff.

Chinese envoy to Brussels Suntchou Wei

Chinese envoy to Brussels Suntchou Wei

Photograph shows portrait taken at Paris Peace Conference of 1919 with facsimile of his signature. Title devised by Library staff. Variant spellings of his name: Wei Chenzu, Wei Ch'en-tzu, and Wei Sun Tchou.

Chinese Foreign Minister Lou Tseng-Tsiang

Chinese Foreign Minister Lou Tseng-Tsiang

Photograph shows portrait taken at Paris Peace Conference of 1919 with facsimile of his signature. Title devised by Library staff.

At last!

At last!

World War I cartoon shows a gentleman (labeled "U.S. Senate") gazing in some perplexity at an enormous scroll (labeled "Peace Treaty") that has been left on his desk by President Wilson. After six months of ne... More

[C.B.D. King, delegate to peace conference, from Liberia, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]

[C.B.D. King, delegate to peace conference, from Liberia, head-and-sho...

J235222 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by Harris & Ewing.

Versailles. Réunion du comité interalliés

Versailles. Réunion du comité interalliés

Photograph shows the interior of a large room with members of a committee of allied nations reading documents related to the proposed peace treaty following World War I. Title from item. Inscribed in pencil on ... More

Chinese diplomat V.K. Wellington Koo

Chinese diplomat V.K. Wellington Koo

Photograph shows portrait taken at Paris Peace Conference of 1919 with facsimile of his signature. Title devised by Library staff.

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