Paris Peace Conference
Churchill Archives Centre’s collections include items from archives of Paris Peace conference attendees. The conference was held 1919 and 1920 to set the peace terms at the end of the First World War. Highlighted here are Rowland Kenney’s diary of the Paris Peace Conference (Kenney was Assistant Commissioner in the British Mission to Poland), and letters from William Malkin (Assistant Legal Advisor in the Foreign Office) and Margaret Malkin about the conference.
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- KNNY 1/5
- 1918-12-20-1919-01-26 (creation)
- Comprising a diary of the Paris Peace Conference written in Paris, Berne and Warsaw and concerning negotiations over Poland written when Rowland Kenney was Assistant Commissioner in the British Mission to Poland.
- The Papers of Rowland Kenney and Kit Kenney