The Treaty of Copenhagen ended the Great War, it was signed in Copenhagen, Denmark - a neutral country so as to prevent any form of partiality, in attendance were:
- David Lloyd George of Britain
- Georges Clemceau of France
- Tsar Nicholas of Russia
- Friedrich Ebert of Germany
- Carl Renner of Austria
- Prince Tafari Makonnen of Ethiopia
- King Vittorio of Italy
- Crown Prince Danilo of Montenegro
- King Peter of Serbia
- Leonidas Paraskevopoulos of Greece
- Alfredo De Sa Cardoso of Portugal
- Takashi Hara of Japan
- Aleksandur Stamboliyski of Bulgaria
- Alexandru Vaida-Voevod of Romania
- Woodrow Wilson of the US
- Charles de Broqueville of Belgium
The Terms of the Treaty:
- Austria Hungary would be divided into:
The Republics of Austria, Hungary & Czechoslovakia, The United Kingdom of Croatia, Bosnia and Slovenia (ruled by Grand Duke Michael of Russia as King Michael I). Italy would receive Dalmatia.
- Germany's colonies would be divided between France, Britain, Belgium and Portugal.
- Italy would retain Libya, Ethiopia would receive Eritrea and Portugal would receive Italian Somaliland.
- Hungary would cede all ethnically Romanian lands to Romania, almost doubling Romania in size.
- The German Republic would replace the German Empire.
- Germany, Greece, Austria and Hungary would have to pay reparations to the nations they had fought, as well as having limitations on their armed forces imposed.