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Preparations for peace, by S. E. Mezes. The atmosphere and organization of the Peace conference, by C. Day. The new boundaries of Germany, by C. H. Haskins. Poland, by R. H. Lord. The end of an empire: remnants of Austria-Hungary, by C. Seymour. Flume and the Adriatic problem, by D. W. Johnson. Constantinople and the Balkans, by I. Bowman. The Armenian problem and the disruption of Turkey, by W. L. Westermann. The protection of minorities and natives in transferred territories, by M. O. Hudson. The trial of the Kaiser, by J. B. Scott. Reparations, by T. W. Lamont. The economic settlement, by A. A. Young. The labor clauses of the treaty, by S. Gompers. The economic administration during the armistice, by H. Hoover. The Atlantic fleet in the great war, by H. T. Mayo. The problem of disarmament, by T. H. Bliss. The making of the League of Nations, by D. H. Miller. The Versailles peace in restrospect, by E. M. House.
A series of talks given at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia, 1920-21. --Appendix: Stenographic notes of questions asked and answers given after the lectures in Philadelphia.