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Treaty of Neuilly

The Treaty of Neuilly was a treaty between the Allies and Bulgaria, signed on November 27, 1919. The treaty required Bulgaria to cede Western Thrace to the Allies, who later gave it to Greece, as well as cede some territory on its western border to Serbia. Bulgaria also had to reduce its army to 20,000 men and pay reparations of £100,000,000.