Arnold Suppan on the Treaties of Saint-Germain & Trianon

Settled behind closed doors a century ago, these devastating treaties were greeted with celebratory gunfire across France, leaving Central Europe in tatters and echoes of disharmony across the continent.

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Arnold Suppan
Arnold Suppan is a retired professor of history at the University of Vienna and the Andrássy University Budapest. Former secretary-general of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (2009–2011) and vice president (2011–2013), he was also director of the Institute for Eastern European History at the University of Vienna.

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