Europe 1919: Treaty of Neuilly
In November 1919 the Bulgaria signed its Peace Treaty with the Allies. As a result, it lost territory to Yugoslavia and Greece. Meanwhile in the north, German troops were finally being expelled from Latvia and Lithuania. The Allies had previously allowed them to stay in order to fight the Bolsheviks but now saw them as trouble makers.
1–12 Oct 1919 Evacuation of Murmansk▲
After withdrawing from Archangel in late September 1919, the Allies evacuated Murmansk in October, ending the North Russia intervention.
10 Nov 1919 Riga relieved by British-French fleet▲
Riga relieved by British-French fleet
14 Nov 1919 Romania withdraws from Budapest▲
Romania withdraws from Budapest
27 Nov 1919 Treaty of Neuilly-sur-Seine▲
The Kingdom of Bulgaria signs the Treaty of Neuilly with the Allied Powers of World War I at Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. By the Treaty's terms, Bulgaria cedes western Thrace to the Allies (who will pass it on to Greece) and territories in its west to the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes. It also abandons its gains in WWI, and agrees to reduce its army size and pay £100 million reparations.