Held in Versailles of France at the end of the First World War, the Paris Peace Conference was the site of all the Paris Peace Treaties in January 1919. The Conference was for the main part dominated by the "The Big Three", or the "The Big Four" powers, at least up until Vittorio Orlando, the Italian leader at the time, stormed out.
A number of treaties were drawn up at the Paris Peace Conference including the oh-so-important Treaty of Versailles.
Other treaties resulting from the peace talks included:
It was within these treaties that most of the redrawing of the map of Europe took place.
Most of the results of the Conference did little to help, and as some would argue, led to the Second World War.