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Treaty of Brest-Litovsk

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Based upon Germany's ''Machtstellung'', or "position of power", the delegation that regarded itself as successors of Tsarist [[Imperialism]] gave up all legitimate claims to territory which included much of what is now [[Poland]], [[Finland]], [[Lithuania]], [[Ukraine]], [[Estonia]] and [[Latvia]].
* Sir John Wheeler- Bennett, ''Brest-Litovsk: The Forgotten Peace'', March, 1918 (London, 1938).
[[Category:World War I|Brest-Litvosk, Treaty of]]
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