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978-1-4985-8562-0 • Hardback • November 2019 • $128.00 • (£98.00)
978-1-4985-8563-7 • eBook • November 2019 • $121.50 • (£94.00)
Patrick J. Treanor received his PhD in history from University College London.
Chapter One: Britian, Bulgaria And The Great War
Chapter Two: A Separate Peace
Chapter Three: From Salonika To Paris
Chapter Four: Enter Lloyd George
Chapter Five: Vae Victis!: The Territorial Settlement
Chapter Six: The Bulgarian Sidelines
Chapter Seven: Stambolisky and the Treaty
Chapter Eight: British Policy toward Bulgaria
Britain, Bulgaria, and the Paris Peace Conference, 1918–1919: A Just and Lasting Peace makes an important contribution to understanding the Paris Peace Conference of 1919 and the resulting division of Europe into victors and vanquished. In this study, Patrick J. Treanor shows his excellent grasp of British and Bulgarian domestic politics, demonstrating how both nations influenced the 1919 peacemaking process. Most importantly, this well-researched and eloquently written study is a powerful investigation into the consequences of wartime loss.
— Richard C. Hall, Georgia Southwestern State University
Patrick J. Treanor has written an eminently readable and interesting contribution to modern Bulgarian history, a topic which remains largely unknown in the West. This book tackles important topics, the consequences of which Bulgaria and other Balkan countries still struggle with today, and also contributes to the historiography of European diplomacy.
— Christian Axboe Nielsen, Aarhus University