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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, 1919. The Paris Peace Conference
(1919)

Index,   pp. [563]-575 ff. PDF (4.6 MB)


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INDEX 
Commission to Negotiate Peace-Contd. 
Protection, 157, 194, 196, 197, 200 
Relations with U. S. Army and Navy 
(see also American Expeditionary 
Forces, supra), 128, 161, 167, 178- 
17bt, 180-181, 182-183, 184-185, 
1SO, 192-193, 196-197, 198-199, 
200, 206 
Representation of U. S. depart- 
mernts and war agencies, 174-175, 
177, 190, 198, 207-208 
Communications:    Arrangements   at 
peace conference for courier and 
telegraphic service, 121, 128, 180- 
181, 195, 199, 200, 203-2,05, 206; pro- 
posal for inclusion of proposed in- 
ternational telegraphic communica- 
tion agreement in peace conference 
agenda, 535-538 
Costa Rica, question of participation in 
peace conference, 305, 348, 355, 361, 
386, 393, 398 
Cuba, question of participation in peace 
conference, 225-226, 232-233, 306, 
348, 355, 386, 396, 398 
Czechoslovakia (Bohemia): Participa- 
tion in peace conference, question 
of, 264, 311, 348, 356, 361, 366, 386, 
387, 393, 398; relations with Italy, 
464-465; territorial questions, 301 
Dalmatian problem, 65, 67, 421, 442, 
454-456, 460, 461-462, 472, 473, 475- 
483, 486-487 
Damages, war, proposed U. S. estimate, 
137 
Date of peace conference, discussions, 
129 
Day, William R. (Associate Justice of 
Supreme Court), declination of ap- 
pointment as U. S. peace commis- 
sioner. 159 
Delegations to peace conference. See 
Representation. 
Denmark* Participation in peace con- 
ference, question of, 236-237, 239L- 
240, 313-314, 348, 398; restoration 
of Scbleswig, question of, 236, 288, 
300, 373 
Dominican Republic, question of par- 
ticipation in peace conference, 313, 
348, 356, 398 
Economic questions: Consideration by 
peace conference, proposed, 170, 174- 
175; French views on inclusion in 
peace treaty, 377-378, 389; inclu- 
sion in draft agreement for League 
of Nations, 511-514, 530-531; Japa- 
nese views, 493, 494; study by the 
"Inquiry," 10, 15, 18, 38, 43-44, 74, 84, 
85, 87-88, 89, 91-96; U. S. policies 
and proposals, 290, 329-332 
Ecuador, question of participation in 
peace conference, 224-225, 232-233, 
313, 348, 356, 386, 393, 398 
567 
Egypt, question of participation in peace 
conference, 302, 306, 356 
Esthonia, question of participation in 
peace conference, 312, 348 
Ethiopia (see also Abyssinia), 348 
Financial questions, discussions at In- 
ter-Allied Conference at London, 
December 1918, 334, 335-336, 338, 
340 
Finland: Participation in peace confer- 
ence, question of, 246, 301, 311, 348, 
336, 362; territorial questions, 65, 
73, 301 
Fiume, status of, 65, 421, 442-447, 449- 
450, 452, 455, 459, 462, 471 
Food relief, 128, 174-175, 334, 335, 338, 
342, 372 
"Fourteen points." See under Wilson, 
Woodrow: Policies and proposals 
for peace. 
France  (see also Wilson, Woodrow: 
Trip to Europe), 2, 5, 84, 98, 119, 
120, 121, 122, 123, 124-126, 128, 130, 
131-132, 149-150, 156-157, 160, 161, 
167, 171, 173, 264, 333-334, 335, 341, 
344-406, 409, 545, 550-551 
Arrangements for accommodation of 
peace commissions, 122,123, 124- 
126 
Clemenceau, Georges (Premier): As- 
surances of cooperation with 
United States, 128, 131, 333-334, 
344; attitude toward President 
Wilson's presence at peace con- 
ference, 130, 132, 149-150; re- 
marks of Marshal Joffre concern- 
ing, 381-382 
Exchange of felicitations with United 
States on conclusion of the armi- 
stice, 2, 5 
Inter-Allied conference previous to 
peace conference: French atti- 
tude, 341, 350, 357-359; plan of 
Jan. 5, 1919, text and U. S. ob- 
servations, 385-406 
Joffre, Marshal, remarks, 380-385 
Policies and proposals for peace, 131- 
132, 149-150, 156-157, 160, 161, 
171, 173, 264, 344-406, 409, 545, 
550-551 
Organization of peace conference: 
Language, official, 161, 167, 171, 
173, 346, 364, 394, 403-404 
Order of business, 348-349, 350, 
367-368, 388-389, 390-392, 
399-400 
Plenipotentiaries, 131, 132, 149- 
150, 156-157, 160, 161, 344- 
345, 345, 353, 367, 386, 393, 
397-398 
Procedure: Suggestions, 344-354, 
369-370, 389-392; U. S. ob- 
servations, 354-365, 397-406 


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