Paul Hymans: Belgium (Makers of the Modern World)

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Paul Hymans was the champion of the small states in the League of Nations Commission at the Paris Peace Conference and was rewarded by becoming the League's first president. He thereby brought about Belgium's transition from the status of sheltered child to full participation in much great-power diplomacy.

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Sally Marks is an American independent historian specializing in interwar European (and some American) international politics, particularly in the pre-Hitlerian era from 1918 to 1933. A recipient of awards from the American Council of Learned Societies and the AHA, she has published numerous articles and chapters, especially about the controversial question of German reparations payments.

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