A School for Diplomats: The Paris Peace Conference of 1919
By: Clifford R. Lovin (author)Hardback
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A School for Diplomats analyzes the Paris Peace Conference, the most important diplomatic conference of the 20th century, from the standpoint of four important junior members. Philip Kerr, Alberto Pirelli, Christian Herter, and Kurt von Lersner, all young, amateur diplomats, participated in the conference on a secondary level. This book is about what they did at the conference, what they learned, and how it affected their subsequent careers. The most important result of the conference might have been the education they received at Paris and its impact on their subsequent actions as international leaders during the decades following the conference.
Clifford R. Lovin is Professor of History at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, North Carolina.
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