Archive for the Conference Tables in History Category
This section of our blog usually reserved for the information on conference tables throughout history. I feel that this table built by the advertising agency, Boys and Girls, (Dublin) is worthy of being called historical. Read more
The photo below depicts the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles. This unusual, large conference table was built to handle large meetings. The design allows attendees to gather around a central opening where the conference leaders are seated.
The Treaty of Versailles marked the end of World War I and also formed the League of Nations. Once again, a pivotal moment in history, and another large conference table is there!
This is a modern photo of the round conference table used during the Yalta Conference in the Livadiya Palace, Ukraine. In 1945 the Allied leaders — Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin sat at this very table to discuss Europe’s structure and organization after the war.