The End of Order

[PDF] The End of Order | by ↠ Charles L. Mee - The End of Order, The End of Order The first world was and the Versailles Treaty that followed produced the most serious upheaval in the long and stormy course of modern history Four great empires Germany Austria Hungary Turkey and [PDF] The End of Order | by ↠ Charles L. Mee - The End of Order, The End of Order The first world was and the Versailles Treaty that followed produced the most serious upheaval in the long and stormy course of modern history Four great empires Germany Austria Hungary Turkey and

  • Title: The End of Order
  • Author: Charles L. Mee
  • ISBN: 9780525098102
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Hardcover
The End of Order

[PDF] The End of Order | by ↠ Charles L. Mee, The End of Order, Charles L. Mee, The End of Order The first world was and the Versailles Treaty that followed produced the most serious upheaval in the long and stormy course of modern history Four great empires Germany Austria Hungary Turkey and Russia were part of the war s rubble Far from restoring the world to order the diplomats who met in at Paris and at Versailles plunged the world again this time iThe first worl [PDF] The End of Order | by ↠ Charles L. Mee - The End of Order, The End of Order The first world was and the Versailles Treaty that followed produced the most serious upheaval in the long and stormy course of modern history Four great empires Germany Austria Hungary Turkey and

  • [PDF] The End of Order | by ↠ Charles L. Mee
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The End of Order

About “Charles L. Mee

  • Charles L. Mee

    Charles L Mee is an American playwright, historian and author known for his collage like style of playwriting, which makes use of radical reconstructions of found texts He is also a professor of theater at Columbia University Source



345 thoughts on “The End of Order

  • The format of the book is a series of short 1 to 2 page vignettes from the Paris peace conference Many are quite funny or would be, if the consequences for the following years were not so grave Don t miss Keynes parody of minutes from a meeting of the Big 3.


  • The Catch 22 of Versailles Everyone knew that the treaty was bad yet they signed it anyways They felt that politics required them to It makes absolutely no sense yet when you look back at it that s exactly what appears to have happened If others had been the negotiators of the treaty everything might have turned out very differently, then again, it might have turned out exactly the same One thing we can be sure of is that with Wilson, Clemenceau and George as the primary negotiators, things went [...]


  • Not really a book about the diplomatic, political and social challenges of the end of WWI, but a book trying to go through the motions of the times including some useless paragraphs on dadaism and the battles between the 3 main leaders Cl menceau, Lloyd George and Wilson , who chose to write most of the treaty by themselves, without consulting anyone or pondering about what it may all lead to One cannot help but think that most French leaders should also have been tried at Nuremberg for being th [...]


  • This book is not as ambitious as Margaret Macmillan s Peacemakers as its focus is primarily on the the treaty with Germany with some discussion of the issues concerning Austria, Hungary and Italy To his credit the author does give us considerably insight than Margaret Macmillan s book as to what was happening in Germany during the six months that Britain, France and the US were negotiating among themselves the terms of the treaty And he presents the German perspectives sic as how to negotiate w [...]



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