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Former BBC diplomatic correspondent Bridget Kendall explores how the 1919 Paris Peace Conference influenced a century of wars. In this episode, conflicts in Poland.

As the dusts of the Great War settled in 1919, the victorious Allied Powers of Britain, France and the United States gathered together in Paris to build a new, peaceful world. In this series, former BBC Diplomatic Editor Bridget Kendall explores how their decisions would influence a century of global conflict.

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14 minutes