Paris 1919, by Mar­garet MacMil­lan

North Toronto Post - - Arts -

Un­til I read this book, un­til I fully ap­pre­ci­ated the peo­ple and the po­lit­i­cal de­ci­sions that shaped the world at the Paris Peace Con­fer­ence af­ter the First World War, I never un­der­stood the roots of so many of to­day's con­flicts and dy­nam­ics. MacMil­lan is not only an in­cred­i­bly en­gag­ing writer, but she high­lights how de­ci­sions, warped by pol­i­tics and per­son­al­i­ties, shaped the lives of mil­lions.

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