'A golden moment?': The League of Red Cross Societies, the League of Nations and contested spaces of internationalism and humanitarianism, 1919-1922

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    Abstract

    On April 1919, as delegates to the Paris Peace Conference continued to negotiate the detailed and complex terms of peace in the aftermath of World War I, which included the formation of League of Nations, another meeting was being held 900 kilometres to the south at Cannes on the French Riviera.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationLeague of Nations.
    Subtitle of host publicationHistories, Legacies and Impact
    EditorsJoy Damousi, Patricia O'Brien
    Place of PublicationMelbourne
    PublisherMELBOURNE UNIVERSITY PRESS
    Chapter1
    Pages8-27
    Number of pages20
    ISBN (Electronic)9780522872538
    ISBN (Print)9780522872514, 9780522872521
    Publication statusPublished - 16 Jul 2018

    Keywords

    • League of Nations
    • Red Cross
    • Internationalism
    • Humanitarianism

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    Oppenheimer, M. (2018). 'A golden moment?': The League of Red Cross Societies, the League of Nations and contested spaces of internationalism and humanitarianism, 1919-1922. In J. Damousi, & P. O'Brien (Eds.), League of Nations. : Histories, Legacies and Impact (pp. 8-27). MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY PRESS.