Treaty of Neuilly
|Treaty of Neuilly
Neuilly-sur-Seine (France) on 27 November 1919; came into force on 9 August 1920.
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Although the United States is a signatory, the treaty was never ratified by the U.S. Senate: see the Treaty of Conciliation between Bulgaria and the United States of America, signed at Washington on January 21, 1929.
Official texts in English:  UKTS 5 (Cmd. 522);  ATS 4.
This version compiled from versions published by the Australasian Legal Information Institute, and the Brigham Young University Library.
- Part I. The Covenant of the League of Nations (Arts. 1–26)
- Part II. Frontiers of Bulgaria (Arts. 27–35)
- Part III. Political Clauses (Arts. 36–63)
- Part IV. Military, Naval and Air Clauses (Arts. 64–104)
- Part V. Prisoners of War and Graves (Arts. 105–117)
- Part VI. Penalties (Arts. 118–120)
- Part VII. Reparation (Arts. 121–131)
- Part VIII. Financial Clauses (Arts. 132–146)
- Part IX. Economic Clauses (Arts. 147–203)
- Part X. Aerial Navigation (Arts. 204–211)
- Part XI. Ports, Waterways and Railways (Arts. 212–248)
- Part XII. Labour (Arts. 249–289)
- Part XIII. Miscellaneous Provisions (Arts. 290–295)
- Protocol (Neuilly-sur-Seine, 27 November 1919)