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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)

List of papers,   pp. XIX-LXXXVIII PDF (21.4 MB)


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LIST OF PAPERS
Incoming papers are listed chronologically under date of receipt. Unless
otherwise specified, the corre-
spondence is from or to officials in the Department of State.]
PART I: THE CONTINUATION AND CONCLUSION OF THE WAR-
PARTICIPATION OF THE UNITED STATES
THE CONDUCT OF THE WAR-DISCUSSIONS OF PEACE AND CONCLUSION OF THE
ARMISTICES
SPEECHES ON WAR AIMS BY THE BRITISH PRIME MINISTER, JANUARY 5, AND BY
PRESIDENT WILSON (THE FOURTEEN POINTS), JANUARY 8; COMMENT IN ASSO-
CIATED AND ENEMY COUNTRIES-SPEECH OF THE FRENCH MINISTER OF FOREIGN
AFFAIRS, JANUARY 13-UNOFFICIAL AUSTRO-GERMAN ADVANCES REGARDING
PEACE TO THE AMERICAN PROFESSOR HERRON
From and to whom
From the Charg6 in
Switzerland (tel.)
To the Charge in
Switzerland (tel.)
From the Charg6 in
Denmark (tel.)
From the Ambassa-
dor in Great Brit-
ain (tel.)
Address of British
Prime Minister
Address of President
Wilson
From the Ambassa-
dor in Italy (tel.)
From the Ambassa-
dor in Great Britain
(tel.); to the Presi-
dent also
From the Ambassa-
dor in Italy (tel.)
From the Ambassa-
dor in France (tel.)
'   -  LI-      A                      I
I rom the Ambassa-
dor in France (tel.)
Subject
British inquiry regarding Bul-
garia's attitude toward sepa-
rate peace. Charg6 suggests
offering opportunity for state-
ment.
Department approves of offer-
ing Bulgarian representatives
opportunity to state attitude
on separate peace.
Teutonic peace offensive. Re-
ported conditions of peace.
Prime Minister's speech of
Jan. 5 on war aims is expres-
sion of British opinion.
Speech on war aims before
Trade Union Conference at
London.
Speech on war aims, delivered
at joint session of Congress;
program of fourteen points as
peace conditions.
Italian press comment on Lloyd
George's speech of Jan. 5.
Laudatory editorials on the
President's speech of Jan. 8.
General depression dissipated.
Foreign Minister's comments
on the President's message of
Jan. 8.
French people receive Presi-
dent Wilson's message of Jan.
8 with gratitude. Press com-
m tntI
1s1 1V V.
Substance of Herron's letter on
Austro-German unofficial ad-
vances regarding peace.
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