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Negotiations over the Adriatic fall apart!

Snipet from a translated Italian News paper Il Mondo 1919

Reportedly Yugoslavia and Italy had reached an agreement to solve the Adriatic Question, in which Italy renounced the whole Dalmatian coast and the city of Fiume, to become a free state. But Yugoslavia insisted on keeping most of Istria, causing the negotiations to fail.



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