There were many countries trying to carve out their own place in post-war Eastern Europe.
The war had started with an ultimatum to Serbia, Serbia would also be there when it was over.
Nobody knew what to do with Austria and Hungary, because they were Austria-Hungary, but then they weren't
The Mandate of Palestine would be given to the British, and they had some big promises to keep.
In this second special episode we continue our look at the medical side of war with a special focus on neurosurgery.
In this special episode we discuss medical care during the war.
While the delegates in Paris debated the future of the Ottoman Empire, in Anatolia they were taking matters into their own hands.
The Middle East would be broken up between the British and French, but they had some problems determining exactly how, and then keeping control of their new territory.
In our first episode about how the Middle East was handled at the Conference we need to talk about what mandates are and how they were applied all over the world. The most important Arab representative to the conference, Feisal Hussein, would not receive the welcome that he hoped.
Both Japan and China would send representatives to the Paris Peace Conference. Their situations coming into the conference could not have been more different, but they both left disappointed.
One of the major topics for discussion at the Paris Peace Conference was the League of Nations.
The British would play a big role in the negotiations at Versailles, and they would be led by Lloyd George who would be one of the four individuals on the Supreme Council, which