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Entre Guerres
(1918 - 1939)

191829 September - Bulgaria signs armistice
191830 October - Turkey signs an armistice with the Allies
19183 November - Austria signs an armistice
191811 November - Germany signs armistice, it goes into effect at 11 AM
1919Versailles Treaty, incorporating Woodrow Wilson's draft Covenant of League of Nations, signed by Allies and Germany; rejected by U.S. Senate    GO !
191928 June - Treaty of Versailles signed    GO !
1921Major treaties signed at Washington Disarmament Conference limit naval tonnage and pledge to respect territorial integrity of China
1923Occupation of Ruhr by French and Belgian troops to enforce reparations payments
1925Locarno conferences seek to secure European peace by mutual guarantees
1928Kellogg-Briand Pact, outlawing war, signed in Paris by 65 nations    GO !
1929Depression begins
1930Britain, U.S., Japan, France, and Italy sign naval disarmament treaty
1938Munich Pact—Britain, France, and Italy agree to let Germany partition Czechoslovakia
1939Germany invades Poland; occupies Bohemia and Moravia; renounces pact with England and concludes 10-year non-aggression pact with U.S.S.R
1939World War II begins
19393 September - Britain, France, and Australia declare war on Germany
193919 October - Turkey signs a Treaty of Mutual Assistance with Britain and France
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Conflicts
Cilicia War
A series of military conflicts in the aftermath of the World War I that opposed Turkish National Forces directed by Turkish Grand National Assembly governments in Ankara as of April 1920, and the French army, as well as the French Colonial Forces and the French Armenian Legion under its command.


Notables
Music     Gabriel Urbain Fauré
Erik Satie
Maurice Ravel
Edgard Varèse
Darius Milhaud
Francis Poulenc
Olivier Messiaen
Nadia Boulanger
Art     Charles-Antoine Coypel
Georges Braque
Raoul Dufy
Yves Tanguy
Maurice Utrillo
Georges Rouault
Count Balthasar Klossowski de Rola (Balthus)
Henri Cartier-Bresson
Pierre Bonnard
Robert Delaunay
Literature     Guillaume Apollinaire
André Breton
History     Georges Eugène Benjamin Clemenceau
Paul Eugène Louis Deschanel
Alexandre Millerand
Pierre-Paul-Henri-Gaston Doumergue
Paul Doumer
Albert Lebrun
Léon Blum
Raymond Poincaré


Maps
France 1921
France 1921