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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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LIST OF PAPERSX
PART I
THi  CONDucr or -THE: WAR-DiscruSsIoNS OF PEACE, 'rc.-Continued
From and to whom
From the Consul
General at London
To theyMinister in
the   Netherlands
(tel.)
To the Ambassador
in France (tel.): to
Frazier
From the Charg6 in
Switzerland (tel.)
Subject
Transmits Prime Minister's
speech of Jan. 18 on continua-
tion of the war and interpella-
tions . of Trade Union dele-
gates.
The United States will enter
into no secret negotiations
with representatives of Ger-
man Government.
Objection to issuance of col-
lective statements by Su-
preme War Council unless
submitted for approval of
President Wilson.
Desires to inform British and
French missions that Austrian
peace conversations are being
discussed with their Govern-
ments from Washington.
THE HERRON-LAMMASCH CONVERSATIONS, FEBRUARY 3-4
2356  Feb.  8 From the Charg6 in Report of conversations of    82
L Rec'd  Switzerland        Herron and Lammasch at
Mar. 7]                     Berne, and Herron's inter-
view with Muehlon.
2603  Feb. 8 From the Charg6 in Political and economic situa-  105
[Rec'd   Switzerland (tel.)  tion in Germany and Austria;
Feb. 10]                    B o h e m i a n  independence
movement.
3178  Feb. 10 From the Ambassa- Opinion    divided  regarding  107
[Rec'd   dor in France (tel.)  powers of Supreme  War
Feb. 11]                   Council, yet confidence felt
in strength of military situa-
tion.
PRESIDENT WILSON'S SPEECH IN REPLY TO HERTLING AND CZERNIN, FEBRUARY 11;
COMMENT IN ASSOCIATED AND ENEMY COUNTRIES-ASSURANCES TRANSMITTED
TO LAMMASCH, FEBRUARY 15-LETTER OF EMPEROR CHARLES TO PRESIDENT
WILSON, FEBRUARY 17
Address of President
Wilson
From the Ambassa-
dor in Italy (tel.)
From the Ambassa-
dor in France (tel.)
Speech on peace terms deliv-
ered at joint session of Con-
gress in reply to Hertling and
Czernin.
Favorable comment of Rome
press on President Wilson's
address of Feb. 11. Address
of Premier.
French official endorsement
of, and press comment on,
President Wilson's speech of
Feb. 11.
No.
5438
972
3149
2583
Date
Jan. 19
[Rec'd
Feb. 5]
Feb. 5
Feb.. 5
Feb. 6
[Rec'd
Feb. 7]
Page
72
80
81
82
Feb. 11
Feb. 13
[Rec'd
Feb. 14]
Feb. 14
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3197
108
113
114
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