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The author's biography is included in this version.

The Peace Negotiations A Personal Narrative by Robert Lansing is one of the nonfiction best sellers in 1922. The book is an interesting record of the situation when the World War I peace negotiations took place. Robert Lansing as the lead US negotiator did not agree with several proposals and tactics marginalized by President Wilson; and considering what people belief nowadays, the negotiations were a failure.

This version of e-book includes all illustrations in the original book and has an interlinked table of contents for the reader’s convenience. The contents of the book are as follows:

I. Reasons for Writing a Personal Narrative
Ii. Mr. Wilson's Presence at the Peace Conference
Iii. General Plan for a League of Nations
Iv. Substitute Articles Proposed
V. The Affirmative Guaranty and Balance Of Power
Vi. The President's Plan and the Cecil Plan
Vii. Self-Determination
Viii. The Conference of January 10, 1919
Ix. A Resolution Instead Of the Covenant
X. The Guaranty in the Revised Covenant
Xi. International Arbitration
Xii. Report of Commission on League of Nations
Xiii. The System of Mandates
Xiv. Differences as To the League Recapitulated
Xv. The Proposed Treaty with France
Xvi. Lack of an American Programme
Xvii. Secret Diplomacy
Xviii. The Shantung Settlement
Xix. The Bullitt Affair
I. The President's Original Draft of the Covenant of the League of Nations, Laid Before the American Commission on January 10, 1919
Ii. League Of Nations Plan of Lord Robert Cecil
Iii. The Covenant of the League of Nations in the Treaty of Versailles
Iv. The Fourteen Points
V. Principles Declared By President Wilson in His Address of February 11, 1918
Vi. The Articles of the Treaty of Versailles Relating To Shantung

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