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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)


Page XXIV


LIST OF PAPERS
PART I
THEJ CONDUCT OF THE: WAR-DIscusSIONS OF PEACE, mrr.-Continued
From and to whom
From the Ambassa-
dor in Italy (tel.)
From the Minister
in the Netherlands
(tel.)
To the Charge in
Switzerland (tel.)
From the Charge in
Switzerland (tel.)
From the Charg6 in
Switzerland (tel.)
From the Ambassa-
dor in Italy (tel.)
From the Charg6 in
Switzerland (tel.)
From the Charge in
Switzerland (tel.)
From the Charge in
Switzerland (tel.)
To the Ambassador
in France (tel.); the
same to the Am-
bassadors in Great
Britain and Italy
To the Ambassador
in Great Britain
(tel.); mutatis mu-
tandis, to the Am-
bassador in France
From the Ambassa-
dor in Great Brit-
ain (tel.); to the
President also
From the Ambassa-
dor in Great Brit-
ain (tel.)
To the Secretary of
War
Subject
Publication of secret treaty of
1915. Declarationsin Cham-
ber of Deputies on Italy's
claims.
German press comment on
President Wilson's speech of
Feb. 11.
Instruction to convey secret,
unofficial assurance to Austria
of U.S. financial aid iR case of
breach with Germany.
Emperor Charles's declaration
to Austrian people on Ukraine
peace.
Further comment by German
press on President Wilson's
speech of Feb. 11.
Foreign Minister discusses
U. S. participation in the war,
Vatican position on peace
moves, and clause 15 of secret
treaty.
Interview between Haussmann
of Liberal Populist Party and
Herron regarding the Presi-
dent's message.
Austrian official asks whether
the United States would help
Austria break with Germany
and make separate peace.
Vienna press comment on Pres-
ident Wilson's speech of Feb.
11.
The President disapproves of
actions of Supreme War
Council and Inter-Allied
Board regarding political sub-
jects.
Venizelos desires statement
from the Allies of intention to
protect rights of Greece. In-
struction to inquire British
attitude.
Text of Austro-Hungarian se-
cret message to Spain to be
forwarded to President Wil-
son, proposing negotiations
for peace.
Evidence that Austrian Em-
peror's peace message to
President Wilson is sent with
approval of Germany.
Suggestion that larger number
of officers be sent in military
mission to Italy.
No.
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2642
2661
1423
2664
2660
2671
3197
6611
8748
8749
Date
Feb. 14
Feb. 14
[Rec'd
Feb. 15]
Feb. 15
Feb. 15
[Rec'd
Feb. 16]
Feb. 16
[Rec'd
Feb. 17]
Feb. 16
Feb. 16
[Rec'd
Feb. 171
Feb. 16
[Rec'd
Feb. 18:
Feb. 17
[Rec'd
Feb. 18]
Feb. 18
Feb. 18
Feb. 20
Feb. 20
Feb. 21
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