VI. The World Wars and the Interwar Period, 1914–1945 > B. World War I, 1914–1918 > 18. The Peace Settlements > c. The Treaty of Neuilly
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c. The Treaty of Neuilly
1919, Nov. 27
 
The Bulgarians signed the treaty of peace, which deprived them of a seaboard on the Aegean and gave them only an economic outlet. Bulgaria recognized the independence of Yugoslavia. It agreed to pay reparations of $445 million. Its army was reduced to 20,000 men, and it was obliged to surrender most of its war materiel. (See Bulgaria)  1
 
 
 
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