Vezeille Temperley (1879-1939) is well-known British historian. He graduated from the
Cambridge University. He was history professor at the Cambridge and Harvard Universities.
During the First World War he was appointed to the headquarters of the British Army. He
was a member of the British delegation to the Paris Peace Conference in 1919, and British
Representative to the Commission of Albanian Borders. He worked as the advisor of the
British Government for issues of the southwestern Europe. Major studies: Frederic and
the Great Kaiser Joseph; England and the Near-East -the Crimea; The History
of Serbia; The History of the Peace Conference in Paris; British Documents
on the Origins of the War.
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