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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
PART I
THE CONDUCT OF THE WAR-DIscussIoNs OF PEmAE, Lac.-Continued
SPEECHES OF THE GERMAN CHANCELLOR (HERTLING) AND THE AUSTRO-
HUNGARIAN MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS (CZERNIN), JANUARY 24
From and to whom
From the Minister
in the Netherlands
(tel.)
To the Minister in
the   Netherlands
(tel.); similar tel.
to the Minister in
Switzerland
From the Ambassa-
dor in Italy (tel.)
To the French Am-
bassador
From the Ambassa-
dor in Great Brit-
ain (tel.); to the
President also
From the Minister
in the Netherlands
(tel.)
From the Minister
in the Netherlands
(tel.)
From the Charg6 in
Denmark (tel.)
From the Charg6 in
Switzerland (tel.)
From the Minister
in the Netherlands
(tel.)
From the Greek Le-
gation
To the Ambassador
in  Great Britain
(tel.); to repeat to
Ambassadors in
France and Italy
From the Ambassa-
dor in Great Brit-
ain (tel.)
From the Minister
in Sweden (tel.)
Subject
Hertling's address to Reichs-
tag Committee in reply to
President Wilson and Lloyd
George.
Instructions to cable comments
of German Socialist and Lib-
eral papers on Hertling's
address.
Italian officials seek reaffirma-
tion of secret treaty between
Italy, France, England, and
Russia, recently published.
Reply to French inquiry re-
garding meaning of point 10
of the President's address of
Jan. 8.
British press comment on Ger-
man Chancellor's speech of
Jan. 24.
German press comment on the
Chancellor's speech of Jan. 24.
Reported that Hertling and
Czernin conferred together be-
fore making their speeches.
General strike in Austria, press
account of which was sup-
pressed in Germany, an evi-
dence of dissension between
two powers.
German press comment on the
Chancellor's speech of Jan. 24.
Hertling states public opinion
demands restoration of Ger-
man colonies for liberation of
Belgium.
Request that small Allied
states be represented at peace
conference. Restoration of
Greek nationals desired.
Press report untrue that Czer-
nin's speech was submitted to
President Wilson before being
delivered.
Rumor of peace negotiations
between Austria and the
United States believed to be
another move in German
peace offensive.
German unofficial peace pro-
posal.
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Date
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Jan.27]
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