The Border Line Between Sympathy and Support: the United States and the Bulgarian Territorial Question at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919

The Border Line Between Sympathy and Support: the United States and the Bulgarian Territorial... ANDREIPANTEV THE BORDER LINE BETWEEN SYMPATHY AND SUPPORT: THE UNITED STATES AND THE B UL GARIAN TERRITORIAL Q UESTION A T THE PARIS PEA CE CONFERENCE IN 1919 Though Wickham Stead once wrote that the true story of the Paris Peace Conference would never be written, the literature on this fateful event is so tremendous that it could in itself be the object of a great deal of historiographic research. To the United States and Bulgaria, this conference held a special sig- nificance. To the former it meant a decisive though not very successful initial entry into a system of relationships with the rest of the great powers, while to Bulgaria it marked the final stage in the adverse adjustment of her territory that put a lasting imprint on her political development as a nation and a state. This identical significance of the conference in the two countries' histories has, however, had a disproportionate reflection in their respective historio- graphies. The Balkan aspe.cts of the Paris Peace Conference have been rather thoroughly investigated in the United States. However, the problems of Yugo- slavia,l Greece,2 Romania,3 Albania,4 and Bulgarias have been studied with- out arriving at a synthesized version http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southeastern Europe Brill

The Border Line Between Sympathy and Support: the United States and the Bulgarian Territorial Question at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919

Southeastern Europe, Volume 8 (1): 171 – Jan 1, 1981

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Brill
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© 1981 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0094-4467
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1876-3332
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10.1163/187633381X00127
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ANDREIPANTEV THE BORDER LINE BETWEEN SYMPATHY AND SUPPORT: THE UNITED STATES AND THE B UL GARIAN TERRITORIAL Q UESTION A T THE PARIS PEA CE CONFERENCE IN 1919 Though Wickham Stead once wrote that the true story of the Paris Peace Conference would never be written, the literature on this fateful event is so tremendous that it could in itself be the object of a great deal of historiographic research. To the United States and Bulgaria, this conference held a special sig- nificance. To the former it meant a decisive though not very successful initial entry into a system of relationships with the rest of the great powers, while to Bulgaria it marked the final stage in the adverse adjustment of her territory that put a lasting imprint on her political development as a nation and a state. This identical significance of the conference in the two countries' histories has, however, had a disproportionate reflection in their respective historio- graphies. The Balkan aspe.cts of the Paris Peace Conference have been rather thoroughly investigated in the United States. However, the problems of Yugo- slavia,l Greece,2 Romania,3 Albania,4 and Bulgarias have been studied with- out arriving at a synthesized version

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Published: Jan 1, 1981

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