Newspaper Image 494 of The war of the nations : portfolio in rotogravure etchings : compiled from the Mid-week pictorial (New York), 1919

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Ilied Peace Dele gates Assembled in Hall of the C 1 ock,o ua i
A
THE following names and numbers apply to the lower
sketch. Each figure there outlined is fully shown in a
corresponding pose in the drawing above: 1. M.
Dutasta, Secretary. 2. M. Berthelot. 3. M. Pichon, France.
4. E. M. House, United States. 5. Lieut. Col. Hankey. 6.
President Wilson, United States. 7. Lloyd George, Great
Britain. 8. M. Clemenceau, France. 9. A. J. Balfour, Great
Britain. 10. H. White, United States. 11. General Tasker
Bliss, United States. 12. Robert Lansing, United States. 13.
Lord Milner, Great Britain. 14. Bonar Law, Great Britain.
15. G. N. Barnes, Great Britain. 16. Lord Robert Cecil,
Great Britain. 17. M. Tardieu, France. 18. R. L. Borden,
Canada. 19. Prince Charoon, Siam. 20. J. Ward, New
Zealand. 21. Phya Bibadh Kosha, Siam. 22. W. M. Hughes,
Australia. 23. L. L. Klotz, France. 24. M. Benes, Czecho
slovakia. 25. M. Bratiano, Rumania. 26. General Botha,
South Africa. 27. M. Cambon, France. 28. Leon Bourgeois,
France. 29. M. Vesnitch, Serbia. 30. Roman Dmowski,
PLENARY SESSION OF PEACE CONFERENCE V
Most of the work of the Peace Conference has been necessarily do
to the armistice, territory, reparations and a host of related q
subject. The conclusions reached by the committees were a
accepted, rejected, or modified before they were written
session was made by J. Simont of the French journal I
with remarkable clearness the features of practical]
suiting the numbered outlines in the lower sketch the
d'Orsay, Paris, Where Peace Treaty Was Framed
SERE FINAL DECISIONS WERE REACHED.
e by committees. The vast complexity of problems relating
estions made intensive study by experts essential on ea-h
;erward submitted to the full conference and were there
ito the Peace Treaty. A drawing of such a plenary
Illustration and is reproduced above. It brings ou
every member of the Conference By 'on
figures shown in the drawing can be identified
Poland. 31. M. Paderewski, Poland. 32. Jan Smuts, South
Africa. 33. W. F. Massey, New Zealand. 34. M. Burgos,
Panama. 35. Maharajah of Bikaner, India. 36. Lord Sinha,
India. 37. L'Emir Feisal, Arabia. 38. M. Trumbitch, Serbia.
39. N. Pashitch, Serbia. 40. Prince Haidar, Arabia. 41. M.
Orlando, Italy. 42. Dr. Moniz, Portugal. 43. Dr. Villela,
Portugal. 44. M. Matsui, Japan. 45. Baron Makino, Japan.
46. M. Sonnino, Italy. 47. Marquis Saionji, Japan. 48. M.
de Alsua, Ecuador. 49. M. King, Liberia. 50. M. Calderon,
Peru. 51. M. Mantoux, interpreter. 52. Marquis Raggi,
Italy. 53. M. Guilbaud, Haiti. 54. M. Barzillai, Italy. 55.
Marshal Foch, France. 56. M. Politis, Greece 57. M.
Blanco, Uruguay. 58. M. Venizelos, Greece. 69. Lou Tseng
Tsiang, Cliina. 60. Sao Ke Alfred Sze, China. 61. M.
Bustamante, Cuba. 62. M.'Montes, Bolivia. 6i. M. Mendes,
Guatemala. 64. M. Magalhaes, Brazil. 65. M. Vandervelde,
Belgium. 66. General Weygand, aid to Marshal Foch,
France. 67. M. Hymans, Belgium. 68. E. Pessoa, Brazil.
69. M. Vandenheuvel, Belgium.

About This Newspaper

Title
The war of the nations : portfolio in rotogravure etchings : compiled from the Mid-week pictorial.
Summary
Contains 1,398 rotogravure images with brief descriptive captions, broad organizational headings, and a table of contents; 32 maps that describe military engagements throughout the war; and a 3-page appendix that provides a chronology, statistics, treaty excerpts, and highlights of wartime events.
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
New York
Created / Published
New York : New York Times, Co., 1919.
Subject Headings
-  World War (1914-1918)
-  World War, 1914-1918--Pictorial works
-  1914-1918
Genre
Pictorial works
Rotogravures--1910-1920
Notes
-  At head of title: 1914-1919.
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site; forms the bulk of the American Memory collection "Newspaper pictorials."
Medium
528 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 42 cm
Call Number/Physical Location
D522 .W28 1919
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gdc/collgdc.gc000037
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/rotogravures/
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gdc/collgdc.dc000001
Library of Congress Control Number
19013740
Language
English
Online Format
image
pdf
online text
OCLC Number
11410309
13432277
Description
Contains 1,398 rotogravure images with brief descriptive captions, broad organizational headings, and a table of contents; 32 maps that describe military engagements throughout the war; and a 3-page appendix that provides a chronology, statistics, treaty excerpts, and highlights of wartime events.
LCCN Permalink
https://lccn.loc.gov/19013740
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The war of the nations: portfolio in rotogravure etchings: compiled from the Mid-week pictorial. New York: New York Times, Co. (New York, NY), Jan. 1 1919. https://www.loc.gov/item/19013740/.

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The war of the nations: portfolio in rotogravure etchings: compiled from the Mid-week pictorial. New York: New York Times, Co. (New York, NY) 1 Jan. 1919, p. 494. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, www.loc.gov/item/19013740/.