The Treaty of Neuilly (1919)
The Treaty of Neuilly was signed with Bulgaria on 27th November 1919.
Southern Dobruja was given to Romania (despite very few Romanians living there), while Western Thrace was awarded to Greece.
Bulgaria lost territory to Greece, Yugoslavia and Romania.
Bulgaria was forced to hand over its Aegean coastline to Greece.
They had to reduce its army to a maximum of 20 000
They had to pay reparations of over $400 million, although 75% were later remitted.
They were required to recognize the existence of Yugoslavia.