Yugoslav delegation at the Peace Conference in Versailles, 1919 (Cvijić sitting by the small table). Historical and ethnography section of the delegation of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes, at the Peace Conference in Paris, was a team of Serbian, Croat, and Slovenian scientists. The Government had entrusted them with the task of elaborating the scientific base for the demands that would be presented at the Peace Conference, by the delegation of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes. The team was comprised of the scientists from all over Yugoslavia. The most prominent member and the Chairman of the team was Jovan Cvijić, while other notable members included Tihomir Đorđević, Aleksandar Belić, Božidar Marković, Jovan Radonić, Stanoje Stanojević, Niko Županič, bishop Ilarion Zeremski, Ferdo Šišić, and others. The team's offices were set up in Beau-Site Hotel, in Rue de Presbourg, number 4.