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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, 1919
(1919)

List of papers,   pp. XXI-XCVII ff. PDF (22.2 MB)


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LIST OF PAPERS
[Unless otherwise specified, the correspondence is from or to officials in
the Department of State.]
GENERAL
REPRESENTATION OF THE UNITED STATES IN THE PEACE CONFERENCE AND
RELATED INTERNATIONAL BODIES
REPRESENTATION ON THE SUPREME COUNCIL (COUNCIL OF THE HEADS OF DELE-
GATIONS) AND THE INTERIM REPARATION COMMISSION (ORGANIZATION COM-
MITTEE OF THE REPARATION COMMISSION)-REFUSAL TO PARTICIPATE IN SET-
TING UP COMMISSIONS UNDER THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES-DISCONTINUANCE
OF REPRESENTATION ON THE SUPREME ECONOMIC COUNCIL-DEPARTURE OF
THE AMERICAN COMMISSION FROM PARIS, DECEMBER 9, 1919-DESIGNATION OF
AMBASSADOR WALLACE AS OBSERVER ON THE SUPREME COUNCIL, DECEMBER 8;
ON THE COMMITTEE OF AMBASSADORS, JANUARY 9, 1920-UNOFFICIAL REPRE-
SENTATION ON THE REPARATION COMMISSION AND THE RHINELAND HIGH COM-
MISSION
Subject
From the Commission to Negotiate Peace (tel.)
From Lansing: Organization of Council of Heads of Delega-
tions (Supreme Council); appointment of commission to super-
vise execution of Treaty of Versailles and of committee
to organize Reparation Commission (Interim Reparation
Commission).
From the Commission to Negotiate Peace (tel.)
Dulles to Baruch, Davis, etc.: First meeting of Interim
Reparation Commission; authorization of conversations with
Germans on reparations.
To the Commission to Negotiate Peace (tel.)
Appointment of Polk as chairman of American Commission
to Negotiate Peace.
From the Commission to Negotiate Peace (tel.)
From White and Bliss: Difficulties in application of U.S.
policy not to participate in setting up commissions until ratifi-
cation of Treaty of Versailles; request for authority to make
temporary selections.
From the Commission to Negotiate Peace (tel.)
From White and Bliss: Question of appointment of perma-
nent U.S. member of Inter-Allied High Commission of Rhenish
Territories.
From the Commission to Negotiate Peace (tel.)
From Polk and Dulles: Necessity for immediate selection
of U.S. members on commissions or withdrawal from partici-
pation in execution of treaty.
To the Commission to Negotiate Peace (tel.)
For Polk and Dulles: U.S. decision not to participate in
setting up of commissions under treaty, except unofficially,
until U.S. ratification.
Date and
number
1919
July 4
(2960)
July 4
(2964)
July 19
(2601)
July 20
(3235)
July 28
(3374)
July 31
(3416)
Aug. 28
(2980)
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