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The Greek Demands in the Paris Peace Conference and Attitudes of the Great Powers
The Allied powers met in Paris to prepare the draft of the treaties which would build peace after the First World War. Within the frame of summit diplomacy, England, France, the US, Italy and Japan put many issues which would shape the future of many states on the agenda by taking the decision to convene first the Council of Ten then the Council of Four. As for Greece, it was demanding territory from the representatives of its allies in return for the struggle it carried out during the First World War. In particular, E. Venizelos, who was in the Greek delegation, was trying to put across the Greek thesis by the means of memorandums, letters, interviews, statistics and maps. Hence, in 3-4 February session of the Paris Peace Conference, the north of Epir area, the Aegean Islands, Thrace Region and Western Anatolia were demanded by the Greek delegation and “Greek Committee” was decided to be established as a result. In this study, the expectations of Greece and the attitude of the great powers will be examined on the basis of the conference reports. <

Greek Committee, Summit Diplomacy, Venizelos, Lloyd George, Admiral Bristol.

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