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Monday, December 10, 2007

Treaty of Versailles

This is a short little video of some info on the treaty of versailles

3 comments:

Kari Grundmeier said...

you got it! yay! how'd you do it??

Sam D said...

I had to set it up with my youtube account so when i click on share, i write a message and it gets posted on the blog...

If youwanna know how to ,,, just e-mail me and I will send you instructions,

David A. Andelman said...

You may also be interested in my compelling new book dealing with the consequences today of the Treaty of Versailles:
"A Shattered Peace: Versailles 1919 and the Price We Pay Today" [ www.ashatteredpeace.com]
Here's a video of the author discussing it!
http://wcbstv.com/video/?id=105911@wcbs.dayport.com
All the best,
David A. Andelman

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