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The Treaty of Bucharest.
World War One was a war that was initiated because of many small conflicts piling on top of each other. The disagreements between small countries, and their alliances with major powers were the factor that ultimately got so many nations involved in the war.
The Treaty of Bucharest signed by the delegates of Serbia, Greece, Bulgaria and Montenegro ended the Second Balkan War,. During the Second Balkan War, Bulgaria was surrounded by its enemies, notably Romania, Greece, Serbia and Turkey. That forced Bulgaria to accept the terms of the Treaty of Bucharest, having no space for negotiation.…
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