2 edition of Peace year in the City, 1918-1919 found in the catalog.
Peace year in the City, 1918-1919
E. Clerihew Bentley
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Enter year The peace treaty at last The first step in the final stage of the establishment of an enduring peace was taken this afternoon in the Trianon Palace Hotel at Versailles.
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