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VI. MISCELLANEOUS CONFERENCE DOCUMENTS .
VII. UnrITED STATES DELEGATION PAPERS .
VIII. CoNFERENCE RECOMMENDATIONS

NNRecord of Recommendations by the Conference
Treaty With Italy.

Record of Recommendations by the Conference

Treaty With Rumania.

“Record of Recommendations by the Conference

Treaty With Bulgaria .

Record of Recommendations by ‘the Conference

Treaty With Hungary .

Record of Recommendations by the Conference

Treaty With Finland

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I. DRAFT PEACE TREATIES WITH ITALY, RUMANIA,
          BULGARIA, HUNGARY, AND FINLAND

DRAFT PEACE TREATY WITH ITALY, PREPARED BY THE COUNCIL
OF FOREIGN MINISTERS, PALAIS DU LUXEMBOURG, PARISs JULY 18,
1946
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                Draft Peace Treaty WFith Italy

                           PREAM3I1LE

  The U.S.S.R., U.K., U.S.A., China, France., Australia, Belgium,
lyelorussian S.S.R., Brazil, Canada, Czechoslovakia, Ethiopia, Greece,
India, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Ukrainian S.S.R., Union
of South Africa and Yugoslavia., hereinafter referred to as the Allied
and Associated Powers of the one part,
and Italy of the other part:
  Whereas Italy under the Fascist regime became a party to the Tri-
partite Pact with Germany and Japan, declared a war of aggression
and entered into war with all the Allied and Associated Powers and
with other United Nations, and bears her share of responsibility for
the war; and
  Whereas, under the pressure of military events, the Fascist regime
in Italy was overthrown on July 25, 1943, and Italy surrendered un-
conditionally and accepted terms of Armistice signed on September 3
and 29 of the same year; 2 and
  Whereas after the said Armistice Italian armed forces took an ac-
tive part in the war against Germany and Italy declared war on Ger-
many as from October 13, 1943, and thereby became a co-belligrerent
against Germany; and
  Whereas the Allied and Associated Powers and Italy are respectively
desirous of concluding a treaty of peace which will form the basis of
friendly re]ations between them and settle questions still outstanding
as a result of the events hereinbefore recited, thereby enabling the
Allied and Associated Powers to support Italy's application to be-
comne a member of the ITnited Nations and also to adhere to any
convention concluded under the auspices of the United Nations;

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