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  1. The Treaty of Sèvres (French: Traité de Sèvres) was a 1920 treaty signed between the Allies of World War I and the Ottoman Empire.The treaty ceded large parts of Ottoman territory to France, the United Kingdom, Greece and Italy, as well as creating large occupation zones within the Ottoman Empire.

  2. El Tratado de Sèvres fue un tratado de paz entre el Imperio otomano y los países aliados de la Primera Guerra Mundial (a excepción de Rusia y Estados Unidos), firmado en Sèvres, Francia el 10 de agosto de 1920 como parte de la partición del Imperio otomano y que nunca entró en vigor al no ser ratificado por las partes firmantes.

    • Timeline of Notable Events
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    • Sèvres Map Discussion
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    • Objection to The Treaty of Serves Map

    I would be ready to add under the footnote a short timeline of notable develoments during the 10-month period between the Armistice of Mudros (30 October 1918; the agreement that ended the war for the Ottoman Empire, and which should be mentioned here) and the Treaty of Sevres. I do not know if there are any examples of such a timeline in other articles on international treaties but it would certainly be useful. I can write it in smaller characters like the footnote, therefore the main body of the article would still jump first to the eye. Cretanforever

    The caption of the photo of the signatories is confusing right now, but I'm not confident enough to know if it should be changed.Right now it talks separately about "the Ottoman education minister Bağdatlı Hadi Pasha" and "Ottoman Minister of Education Hadi Pasha". Claiming the former is in the picture and the latter is not. Is this true? Or is perhaps either a title or name wrong here? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Rderdwien (talk • contribs) 10:22, 21 October 2019 (UTC) Inacurate map The map of Wilsonian Armenia is not correct: the original and correct map is this one: https://external-preview.redd.it/gQ2X5E4Y7QPnEHuqnAW7cZJM3CBBP55ovD6MI0lN3fo.jpg?width=960&crop=smart&auto=webp&s=0b47e27c4523aca76238a5435e7103a3a4381cd9 — Preceding unsigned comment added by Supétudiant (talk • contribs) 15:33, 13 November 2020 (UTC)

    This map is completely fake. It was canceled even though I put the correct one. I showed the evidence, but it was deleted.Because I was asked to cite too many sources. The first source is the text of the treaty itself. Is there a better resource than this?In which article of the treaty the zone of influence given for Italy and France is written, please someone show me.No one here has read the treaty even once. This is the correct map of the treaty. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_Treaty_of_S%C3%A8vres_1920_-_English.png Want to look at other maps? https://www.info-grece.com/encyclopedia/traite-de-sevres-1920 https://www.lhistoire.fr/carte/kurdes-et-arméniens-du-traité-de-sèvre-1920-au-traité-de-lausanne-1923 http://aujourdhuilaturquie.com/fr/le-proche-orient-du-traite-de-sevres-a-nos-jours/ http://www.monbalagan.com/36-chronologie-israel/186-1920-10-aout-traite-de-sevres-non-ratifie-et-remplace-par-le-traite-de-lausanne-signe-en-1923.html https://www.memoiresdeguerre.com...

    These sources are in further reading but can be the basis for a discussion of the "tripartite treaty":- Toynbee, Arnold J. (1922). The Western Question in Greece and Turkey: A Study in the Contact of Civilisations (PDF). Constable and Company Ltd. p. 75 et seq. Selfstudier (talk) 09:51, 5 July 2021 (UTC) The Making of the Treaty of Sevres of 10 August 1920 A. E. Montgomery Journal:The Historical Journal Volume:15 DOI:10.2307/2638042 Date:December, 1972 https://www.jstor.org/stable/2638042Selfstudier (talk) 09:56, 5 July 2021 (UTC) For the separate Greece-Turkey treaty regarding about the Aegean Islands, a good source is Joseph Roucek (1944). "The Legal Aspects of Sovereignty Over the Dodecanese". The American Journal of International Law. 38: 701–706. Zerotalk11:33, 5 July 2021 (UTC)

    What is a problem? I didn't replace your old map in the section, even it's obvious this map: , is way more better. Old English map look like a drawn plan of the new borders, rather than a map of independent country. It's always welcomed in Wikipedia, to add new and better illustrations in the articles.Culminatio (talk) 13:53, 25 July 2021 (UTC) 1. Culminatio, new maps are always welcome when they are factually correct, the map that you are adding is an original work unrelated to the treaty, the treaty didn't demarcate the borders of the three states. - Kevo327 (talk) 16:24, 25 July 2021 (UTC) 2. I would still like to know what is the connection between this map and https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Treaty_of_Kars_1921(ARMENIA_GEORGIA_AZERBAIJAN).jpg? In any case, 3 editors have reverted this inclusion so you need to do more work if you want this in. There must have been some context for this map in the source publication, what was it? Selfstudier (talk) 17:01, 25 July 2021 (UT...

    Problems with the map

    1. It doesn't show that Turkey "recognized occupation of Antalya and its hinterlands" by Italians (p. 61). 2. Straits were to be controlled by an international commission (p. 61) but here it is just defined as "Zone of the Straits" instead of the "international zone" as seen in other maps (for example see the map in Atatürk in Nazi Imagination by Stefan Ihrig, p. 21). 3. This is something that I did not see in other maps too but indeed Greece recieved "the entire southwest" of Turkey (p. 61)....

  3. Talk:Treaty of Sèvres/Archive 1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. < Talk:Treaty of Sèvres. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This is an archive of past discussions. Do not edit the contents of this page. If you wish to start a new discussion or revive an old one, please do so on the current talk page.

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  5. Français : Le traité de Sèvres, conclu le 10 août 1920 à la suite de la Première Guerre mondiale entre les Alliés victorieux et l'Empire ottoman, est un traité réalisé durant un contexte de guerre civile initié par le sultan Mehmet VI envers le gouvernement provisoire nationaliste turc et dont une conséquence principale est d'avoir réduit le territoire ottoman à l'Anatolie (plus ou moins la Turquie d'aujourd'hui).

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    A treaty was signed in the large room which currently houses the Museum of Porcelain at Sèvres, it was a peace treaty between the Allies and the Ottoman Empire, to the detriment of the latter. The Protocols of Sèvres (21 to 24 October 1956)

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