|Signed||27 November 1919|
|Location||Tiergarten, Prussia, Germany|
|Condition||Ratification by Serbia, Greece and Central Powers.|
|Languages||German, Bulgarian, Serbian, Turkish, Greek|
The Treaty of Tiergarten required Serbia and Greece to cede various territories, after Serbia had been one of the Allies defeated in World War I. The treaty was signed on 27 November 1919 in Tiergarten, Germany.
The treaty required Serbia and Greece
- to cede Vardar and Eastern Macedonia to Bulgaria and Kosovo would be detatched from Serbia to be determined later
- to depose the Regent Prince Alexander
- to pay reparations of ℳ100 million in total to the Central Powers
- to abandon Pan-Slavism
- to accept the responsibility of Serbia and her allies for causing all the loss and damage
The signing ceremony was held in the Schloss Bellevue. In Serbia, the results of the treaty are seen as a great indignation on the nation and people of Serbia.
The Treaty of Tiergarten was one of the series of treaties after World War I, which included the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, the Treaty of Friedrichstadt, the Treaty of Köpenick, and the Treaty of Pankow, which were intended to diminish the military and political strength of the defeated members of the Triple Entente and their allies.