Neuilly, Treaty of, November 27, 1919, the peace treaty signed by defeated Bulgaria and the World War I victors. It was signed at Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, a suburb of Paris. Bulgaria ceded its Thracian outlet to the Aegean Sea to Greece, and some territory in Macedonia to Yugoslavia; it also agreed to pay reparations, limit the size of its army, and surrender most of its war matériel.
World War I was the great armed conflict of 191418. Until World War II, it was often called the Great War because it was the most destructive and widespread war the world had ever seen.
Beatty of the North Sea and of Brooksby, David Beatty, First Earl (1871-1936), a British naval officer.