Treaty of Lausanne
 

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Treaty of Lausanne
After an unsuccessful military campaign against the Greeks, Turkey concluded a peace treaty with the allies. Under the terms of the agreement Turkey gave up all claim to non-Turkish territories lost in the course of World War I. It recovered however, Eastern Thrace. In the Agean it recieved Imbros and Tenedos, but the rest of the islands went to Greece. Turkey paid no reparations. The Straits of Dardenelles were demilatarized and open to all ships in time of peace and all neutral ships in a time of war.