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Agreement between the Allied and Associated Powers with Regard to the Contribution to the Cost of Liberation of the Territories of the Former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy

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Subject: Paris Peace Conference, 1919, Agreement Between the Allied and Associated Powers with Regard to the Italian Reparation Payments, Aftermath of World War I, French–Armenian Agreement (1916), Agreement Between Great Britain and Denmark Relating to the Suppression of the Capitulations in Egypt
Collection: Aftermath of World War I, Paris Peace Conference, 1919, Treaties Concluded in 1919, Treaties Entered Into Force in 1920, Treaties of Belgium, Treaties of Cuba, Treaties of Czechoslovakia, Treaties of Nicaragua, Treaties of Panama, Treaties of Thailand, Treaties of the Empire of Japan, Treaties of the French Third Republic, Treaties of the Kingdom of Greece, Treaties of the Kingdom of Italy (1861–1946), Treaties of the Kingdom of Romania, Treaties of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, Treaties of the Portuguese First Republic, Treaties of the Republic of China (1912–49), Treaties of the Second Polish Republic, Treaties of the United Kingdom (1801–1922), Treaties of the United States
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Agreement between the Allied and Associated Powers with Regard to the Contribution to the Cost of Liberation of the Territories of the Former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy

An agreement signed between the Allied Powers of the First World War on September 10, 1919. The agreement was registered in the League of Nations Treaty Series on October 21, 1920.[1]

The agreement was concerned with states which either were established or gained new territories following the dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Empire - Romania, Poland, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia.

Article 1 of the agreement stipulated for the payment by the above governments of 1.5 billion Gold Francs as the cost for gaining these new territories. Article 2 laid the rules for distribution of the payments between the said above governments. Articles 3-5 stipulated the sums will be deducted from the war reparations these governments were to receive from the Austrian government.

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  1. ^ League of Nations Treaty Series, vol. 2, pp. 36-41

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  • text of the agreement
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