Erasmus Explorer – Second Issue

Friday, 29th January 1919 (2016). The Paris (Essen) Peace Conference has come to an end. Read all about the conference highlights in the second issue of the    ERASMUS EXPLORER   and have fun with it! Erasmus Explorer Second Issue

Conference Day 5

Friday, 29th January 2016 Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 5: The Closing Ceremony Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 5: Closing Speeches Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 5: Final Debate on The League of Nations

Conference Day 4

Thursday, 28th January 2016 • Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 4: Committee 2 on Territorial Disputes • Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 4: Committee 1 on Territorial Disputes • Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 4: Class Visits  

Conference Day 3

WEDNESDAY, 27th JANUARY 2016 • Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 3: Visiting the Krupp Mansion • Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 3: Resolution on Reparations • Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 3: Teachers‘ Dinner

Conference Day 2

TUESDAY, 26th JANUARY 2016 Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 2: Debate on Reparations Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 2: Exploring the City Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 2: Reception at the Town Hall

Erasmus Explorer – First Issue

Monday, 25th January 1919 (2016). The Paris (Essen) Peace Conference has been opened. Read all about it in the first issue of the    ERASMUS EXPLORER  , a news magazine with exciting background reports and interviews that will keep you updated about the latest events. Erasmus Explorer

Conference Day 1

MONDAY, 25th January 2016 Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 1: Welcome I Willkommen Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 1: Debate on War Guilt Erasmus Plus Project 2016 in Essen – Day 1: Meeting a Peace Researcher

Draft Resolutions – The League of Nations

FORUM: Paris Peace Conference ISSUE: The League of Nations SUBMITTED BY: Poland The Paris Peace Conference, Deeply regretting the atrocities of the Great War, Noting with deep concern that such conflicts must be prevented, Alarmed by the lack of international pressure on aggressor states prior to the beginning of conflict, Bearing in mind that eventual…

Draft Resolutions – Territorial Conflicts

Forum: Paris Peace Conference Subject: Territorial Dispute Submitter: The Japanese Empire Delegates: Oliver Deleuran, Robert Müller The Paris Peace conference, Deeply disturbed by the fact that the Japanese Empire has not received all of the Chinese and Korean colonies that were previously owned by Germany, Noting with deep concern that the western colonies are being…

Draft Resolutions – Reparations

Committee: Paris Peace Conference Country: Poland Topic: Reparations The devastation to Europe with millions of people having died, agriculture, cities uninhabitable and its infrastructure destroyed and for long time is the result of the terrible war. The Polish delegation asserts that as a result of the cruel warfare Poland and its brave people have been…

Draft Resolutions – War Guilt

Forum: Paris Peace Conference Subject: War Guilt Submitter: The United States of America Co-submitters: – The Paris Peace Conference, Realising vastness of material and human losses caused by the war Having considered the events preceding the war, including: Balkans war Moroccan crises Results of assassination of Archduke of Austria Noting with deep concern lack of…

Position Papers on Territorial Disputes

Committee: Paris Peace Conference Country: Poland Topic: Territorial Disputes Poland got consequently abused by Austria, Germany (Prussia) and Russia. The nation was wiped out and disappeared from the map of Europe. Between 1772 and 1795 Poland was split by Austria, Germany (Prussia) and Russia three times. As a consequence Poland stopped to exist for more…