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File:Jules Cambon signs Treaty of Paris, 1899.JPG


English: Jules Cambon, the French Ambassador to the United States, signing the memorandum of ratification on behalf of Spain, from p. 431 of Harper's Pictorial History of the War with Spain, Vol. II, published by Harper and Brothers in 1899.
Français : Jules Cambon, ambassadeur français aux Etats-Unis, signe à la Maison Blanche sur le Resolute desk le mémorandum de ratification entre l'Espagne et les Etats-Unis, tirée de la p 431 du Harper's Pictorial History of the War with Spain, Vol. II, publié par Harper and Brothers en 1899.
Date 11 April 1899
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