Sèvres Treaty Supersedes Any Other, Especially Lausanne


The Lausanne treaty signed on July 24, 1923, was a very limited treaty between the Grand National Assembly of Turkey and Great Britain, France, Greece, Italy, Japan, Romania, and Serb-Croatia-Slovenia to put an end to the conflict between them, (Conflict = “state of war between armed group”), while the Sèvres Peace Treaty was an international peace treaty which put an end to World War I. (War=”hostility between sovereign nations of governments”).
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