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The Deliberations of the Council of Four (March 24-June 28, 1919)

Notes of the Official Interpreter, Paul Mantoux. The Papers of Woodrow Wilson

Edited by Arthur S. Link
By (author) Paul Mantoux
Translated by Arthur S. Link
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Princeton University Press, New Jersey, United States
Published: 1st Jul 1992
Dimensions: w 163mm h 245mm d 36mm
Weight: 2085g
ISBN-10: 0691047936
ISBN-13: 9780691047935
Barcode No: 9780691047935
Synopsis
The Council of Four - Wilson, Clemenceau, Lloyd George and Orlando - was formed at Wilson's suggestion to consider a number of major questions revolving around the Paris Peace Conference. This work contains the transcripts of those discussions made by the French interpreter, Paul-Josef Mantoux, from March until June 1919. Mantoux published an unannotated version of these transcripts in two volumes in 1955. Mantoux was present at all sessions of the Four, and his transcripts of their conversations are the only record of the first 37 meetings, when the great controversies raised by French claims and the crucial discussions over the question of reparation by Germany occurred.

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