Miller, David Hunter. MY DIARY AT THE CONFERENCE AT PARIS
New York: Columbia University, 1940
David Hunter Miller was appointed as legal adviser to the United States delegation to the Paris Peace Conference in 1918 by Secretary of State, Robert Lansing. He worked closely with Colonel House and helped write the final draft of the Treaty of Versailles. This collection contains a diary, dictated daily at the Peace Conference, and a large number of minutes, reports, and other documents Miller felt were significant to the proceedings. They are arranged under descriptive titles located in the table of contents preceding each volume.
Each volume has a table of contents. Following volume 21 (reel 10), there is a series of maps and an index to all of the volumes.
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