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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 PcEAC, Trc.-Continued
No.     Date      From and to whom           Subject           Page
353  Apr.   2 From   the  British Conveys expression of thanks  188
Ambassador on      from  Lloyd George to the
Special Mission    President for assurances of
prompt reenforcements.
7106  Apr.  2 To the Ambassador Contrary to U.S. policy to dis-  188
in  Great Britain  cuss international questions
(tel.); mutatis mu-  with citizens of foreign state
tandis, to the Am-  unless by authority of their
bassadors in France  government.
and Italv
7107  Apr.   2 To the Ambassador Requests courtesy for delega-  189
in  Great Britain  tion of American Federation
(tel.)             of Labor, which seeks to coop-
erate with U.S. and Allied
Governments.
SPEECH OF THE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS (CZERNIN),
APRIL 2-REQUEST OF THE GREEK GOVERNMENT FOR GUARANTEES
From the Minister
in the Netherlands
(tel.)
From the Ambassa-
dor in Italy (tel.)
From the
Minister
Greek
The Secretary of
War to President
Wilson (tel.)
From the Ambassa-
dor in France (tel.)
To the Ambassador
in Great Britain
(tel.): Hurley to
Stevens
To the Ambassador
in Italy (tel.)
Quotes address of Czernin to
delegation of Common Coun-
cil of Vienna on political sit-
uation, appealing for united
effort in war.
Visit of U.S. Secretary of War
to Italy. Importance of pres-
ence of U.S. military force for
moral effect.
Presents Greek message to the
President requesting assur-
ances regarding territorial in-
tegrity of Greece.
Estimate of German strength;
U.S. troops facing action;
supreme command given
Foch.
Clemenceau looks upon U.S.
attitude toward Socialist Con-
ference as vindication of his
position.
Program to meet call of Su-
preme War Council for fullest
possible immediate military
participation.
Transfer of U.S. ambulance
sections to Italy for duty
with Italian forces.
PRESIDENT WILSON S SPEECH OF APRIL 6; COMMENT IN ASSOCIATED AND ENEMY
COUNTRIES-ASSURANCES TO GREECE, APRIL 19
Apr.
2234
1497
1085
39
3525
7144
1157
Apr. 3
Apr. 3
[Rec'd
Apr. 4]
Apr. 4
[Rec'd
Apr. 5]
Apr. 5
Apr. 4
[Rec'd
Apr. 5]
Apr. 5
Apr. 5
189
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196
197
198
198
199
6 Address of President Speech made at Baltimore on  200
Wilson             anniversary of entering war
and in interest of Liberty
Loan.
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