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Allied and associated pouces. (1914

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THE TREATIES OF PEACE

1919-1923

Vol. II

*: CONTAINING THE
TREATIES OF NEUILLY AND SÈVRES,
THE TREATIES BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES
AND GERMANY, AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY

RESPECTIVELY,

AND
THE TREATY OF LAUSANNE, THE
CONVENTION RESPECTING THE REGIME
OF THE STRAITS AND OTHER INSTRUMENTS

SIGNED AT LAUSANNE

MAPS COMPILED ESPECIALLY FOR THIS EDITION

BY

Lt.-Col. LAWRENCE MARTIN
GEOGRAPHER OF THE INSTITUTE OF POLITICS

NEW YORK
CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT FOR
INTERNATIONAL PEACE

VOLUME II Figure

Page 10. Bulgaria, illustrating the Treaty of Neuilly-sur-Seine

(with insert map comparing Thrace, between Adrian-
ople and the Aegean Sea, with part of New Eng-

land southwest of Boston) ....... Facing 653 11. Turkey, illustrating the Treaty of Sèvres, (with insert

map showing, in black, areas lost by Turkey). On
the insert map, Libya, Egypt and Cyprus are in-
dicated by stipple and Ada Kaleh by a dot,—these
four areas having retained a measure of Turkish
sovereignty up to the present time. The right half
of the insert map shows eastern United States on
exactly the same scale as the area in Asia Minor,
Arabia, and northern Africa which is shown in the

left half ............... Facing 789 12. Detailed map of western Turkey, showing the Zone of

the Straits, the Territory of Smyrna, and the archi-
pelago of Dodekanesia as provided for in the Treaty

of Sèvres ............... Facing 799 13. Detailed map of eastern Turkey, indicating the extent

of the Turkish portion of Armenia, according to
President Wilson's boundary decision under the

Treaty of Sèvres ........... Facing 815 14. Turkey, illustrating the Treaty of Lausanne. Facing 959 15. Mandates in Arabia, indicating the present disposition

of the former Turkish possessions given up under the
Treaties of Sèvres and of Lausanne (with insert map
comparing Arabia graphically with the United

States). ............... Facing 966 16. Detailed map of western Turkey, illustrating the de

militarization of Thrace and the Straits, and the
disposition of the Archipelago of Dodekanesia as pro-

vided for in the Treaty of Lausanne . . . . Facing 1023 Nore. The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace has no objection to the reproduction of these maps in books, magazines, or newspapers. It is requested, however, that if any of them are reprinted, an acknowledgment to the Carnegie Endowment and to the editor of the maps be printed as a part of the legend, and that copies be sent to the New York office at 407 West. 117th St.

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