Spanish South America and the Treaty of VersaillesHardback Makers of the Modern World: The Peace Conferences of 1919-23 and Their Aftermath
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- Publisher: Haus Publishing Limited
- Format: Hardback | 224 pages
- Dimensions: 132mm x 202mm x 26mm | 481g
- Publication date: 14 June 2011
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 190659824X
- ISBN 13: 9781906598242
- Illustrations note: Illustrations, 1 map
- Sales rank: 732,778
While Portuguese-speaking Brazil declared war on Germany, in the First World War, the rest of South America held back. In the end no other South American nation joined the fighting. But four - Bolivia, Equador, Peru and Uruguay - did break off diplomatic relations with Germany in 1917, in sympathy with US policy and with the Allies in Europe. Their reward was a place at the Paris Peace Conference table and for the first time a chance to play a role on the world stage rather than just in their own backyard.
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Michael Streeter is an experienced writer and journalist who has travelled widely in Latin America and has an MA in Latin American politics and history from the University of London. He has written for most British national newspapers and was editor of the Daily Express website. He is also the author of two other volumes in this series: Epitacio Pessoa: Brazil and South America and the Treaty of Versailles.