TITLE

No Peace in Sight

AUTHOR(S)
Bess, Demaree
PUB. DATE
October 1946
SOURCE
Saturday Evening Post;10/19/1946, Vol. 219 Issue 16, p22
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents a precise explanation why the 1946 Peace Conference of Paris, France turned out to be the tragic Battle of Paris. According to the author, the reason is that the governments representing their countries pretended that they were interested only in drawing up peace treaties. The stressed that it would have been better that the conference was named "The Battle of Paris" and had been accepted as an integral part of World War II.
ACCESSION #
19501604

 

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