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Neuilly, Treaty of

Neuilly, Treaty of (nöyēˈ) [key], 1919, peace treaty concluded between the Allies and Bulgaria after World War I. It was signed at Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Bulgaria ceded part of W Thrace to Greece and several border areas to Yugoslavia; S Dobruja was confirmed in Romanian possession. Reparations were required, and the Bulgarian army was limited to 20,000 men.

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