The Treaty of Neuilly (1919)

The Treaty of Neuilly was signed with Bulgaria on 27th November 1919.

Territorial Terms:

  • 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.

Military Terms:

  • 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.