In June 1919, in La Galerie des Glaces (Hall of Mirrors) at
Versailles, the Allied Powers signed the peace treaty with Germany.
The treaty with Austria was signed at Saint-Germain-en-Laye that
September, and Neuilly sur Seine, with Bulgaria, followed in November.
The treaty that created an independent Hungary was signed in the
Grand Trianon almost exactly a year after Versailles (June 1920).
The Allied Powers signed the first treaty with the Ottoman Empire
at Sèvres in August 1920, superseded by the later treaty of
Lausanne (July 1923) with Turkey. These are links to books and other materials that deal with these treaties.
- The Versailles Treaty (28 June 1919)
- The Supplemental Peace Treaties
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