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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, 1918. Supplement 1, The World War
(1918)

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CONTENTS
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LIST OF PRINCIPAL PERSONS------------------------------------        XI
LIST OF PAPERS -                                                    XIX
PART I
THE CONTINUATION AND CONCLUSION OF THE WAR-PARTICI-
PATION OF THE UNITED STATES
THE CONDUCT OF THE WAR-DISCUSSIONS OF PEACE AND CONCLUSION
OF THE ARMISTICES-----------------------------------------        3
Speeches on war aims by the British Prime Minister, January 5, and by
President Wilson (the Fourteen Points), January 8; comment in
Associated and enemy countries-Speech of the French' Minister of
Foreign Affairs, January 13-Unofficial Austro-German advances
regarding peace to the American Professor Herron-                 3
Speeches of the German Chancellor (Hertling) and the Austro-Hun-
garian Minister of Foreign Affairs (Czernin), January 24 -38
Third session of the Supreme War Council, January 30-February 2:
discussion of the use of American troops-Public statement of the
Allied Premiers denouncing the enemy peace program-Objection
by the United States to collective pronouncements by the Supreme
War Council-Unofficial conversations on peace between Professor
Herron and a Bulgarian emissary -63
The Herron-Lammasch conversations, February 3-4 -                  82
President Wilson's speech in reply to Hertling and Czernin, Febru-
ary 11; comment in Associated and enemy countries-Assurances
transmitted to Lammasch, February 15-Letter of Emperor
Charles to President Wilson, February 17 -108
Chancellor Hertling's speech, February 25-British attitude toward
German and Austrian advances regarding peace-Support by the
United States of proposals for an Inter-Allied General Reserve
Italian request for American troops -135
Memorandum of the Inter-Allied Labor and Socialist Conference on
War Aims, February 23 (received March 18)-Proposals for a dis-
cussion between Socialist and Labor Parties of the Allied and Cen-
tral Powers and for an Allied Socialist mission to the United States;
attitude of the American Government-Allied reverses in France:
American assurances of reenforcements-Communications ex-
changed between President Wilson and Emperor Charles-The
American Labor Mission to Europe -154
Speech of the Austro-Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs (Czernin),
April 2-Request of the Greek Government for guarantees -189
President Wilson's speech of April 6; comment in Associated and
enemy countries-Assurances to Greece, April 19 -                200
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