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THE POST-WAR WORLD: The peace settlement After the armistice, representatives of Allied Powers met at the Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920) to decide the conditions that would be imposed on the defeated Central Powers. At the conference, United States President Woodrow Wilson proposed a peace agreement that would promote reconciliation between the various participants in the war; the President Wilson´s Fourteen Points. The peace treaties: -The Treaty of Saint Germain signed by representatives of Austria.The treaty officially registered the breakup of the Habsburg Empire, recognizing the independence of Czechoslovakia, Poland, Hungary, and the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes and ceding .- The Treaty of Neuilly; Bulgaria and the victorious Allied powers Bulgaria was forced to cede lands to Yugoslavia and Greece. I also had to reduce its army and to pay

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