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Neuilly-sur-Seine, Treaty of

Stefan Marinov Minkov
The Treaty of Neuilly was signed on 27 November 1919 between Bulgaria and the Allied and Associated Powers in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Its territorial clauses were considered by Bulgarian society to be a national catastrophe and the definitive failure of the Bulgarian political programme of national unification.

Labour Movements, Trade Unions and Strikes

James Thompson
This article compares the history of labour movements during the war across a range of European countries. It charts the impact of the economic realities of the war upon labour and analyses the complex, and variable, relationship between labour parties, trade unions, and the state across different nations. The article traces and seeks to explain the chronology and character of strikes and protests in a number of national contexts. In doing so, it explores the...

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