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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 
Honduras, question of participation in 
peace conference, 225, 232-233, 307, 
348, 355, 386, 393, 398 
Hostilities, termination on Nov. 11, 1918'. 
See Armistice. 
House, Col. E. M. (see also "Inquiry": 
Organization and personnel): Ap- 
pointment as U. S. peace commis- 
sioner, 175-176, 192; draft of 
agreement for League of Nations, 
497-501; telegram of felicitation to 
President Wilson, Nov. 11, 1918, 1; 
trip to Europe, 109 
Hungary, question of participation in 
peace conference, 309, 353, 356, 363, 
366, 387 
Iceland, question of participation In 
peace conference, 311-312 
Indemnities and reparations (see also 
War: Damages), 303-304, 334-335, 
335-336, 338, 340-341, 370, 374-377 
"Inquiry, The," 9-118, 122-123, 183-184, 
416-441, 442-447 
Arrangements for trip to Paris, 122- 
123. 123 
Creation of, proposed, 9-11 
Department of State, relations with, 
9, 18. 21, 22, 25, 54, 81, 99-102, 
108-109, 110-111 
Expenses, 39, 78-79, 81, 82, 91, 105- 
106, 108, 110-111, 116 
Headquarters, 9, 35, 55, 117, 184 
Organization and personnel (see also 
Reorganization, infra) : Executive 
committee, 26, 34, 35, 104; House, 
Col. E M. (chief), 12, 115; Mezes, 
D-. S. E. (executive director), 
14-15, 34, 184; personnel, g6-98; 
proposals, 9-11, 12, 13-14; sugges- 
tions and charts, 26, 34 
Relations with U. S. Government de- 
partments: State, 9, 18, 21, 22, 
25, 54, 81-82, 90, 99-102, 108-109, 
110-111; War, 12-14, 21, 108; 
other, 9010, 21, 99, 102-103, 107- 
108 
Reorganization and development into 
intelligence section of U. S. peace 
commission: 
Accomplishments, 183-184 
Arrangements for trip to Paris, 122- 
123, 123 
Progress of reorganization, 105-106, 
109-110, 111-112 
Proposal and outlines for reorgani- 
ration, 102-104, 111-112 
Views of Dr. Mezes, 116-117, 118; of 
President Wilson, 113; of Sec- 
retary of State, 113-115, 115, 
117-118 
Reports: Progress, 16, 34-39, 55-72, 
82-98; status of the war, 41-49; 
terms of peace, suggested, 49-53 
569 
"Inquiry, The"-Continued. 
Scope: 
Armament reduction, 10-11, 12-14, 
15, 58, 94 
Economic questions, 10, 15, 18, 38, 
57, 74, 83, 91-93 
General suggestions, 15-16, 16-21, 
27-34, 55-76, 77-81, 98-99 
Germany, post-war situation, 25-26, 
33-34 
History, 10, 93 
International law, 10, 15, 18, 38, 54, 
02, 74, 78, 83, 93-94, 99-101 
International organizations and 
League of Nations, 16, 36, 44- 
45, 46, 76, 83, 94; study of pro- 
posed Pan American treaty in 
relation thereto, 22-25 
Italian boundary and territorial 
claims, 50, 64-65, 85, 106-107, 
416-441, 442-447 
Latin America, 76-77, 79-82, 90-91, 
108-109, 110-111, 116 
Peace conference, representation 
and procedure, 75-76 
Study of British and French out- 
lines of preparatory work, 98 
Territorial and political questions, 
9, 10-11, 15, 17, 18-21, 35, 36- 
38, 38-39, 56-57, 58, 60-61, 62- 
74, 82, 84-97, 106-107, 115-116 
U. S. post-war reconstruction, 39-41 
Wilson, President, attitude toward, 12, 
82, 113, 184 
Inter-Allied committees, A. E. F. rep- 
resentation on, 163-166 
Inter-Allied conferences: 
French plan of preliminary conversa- 
tions between Allied Ministers, 
385-396; U. S. observations, 396- 
406 
London, December 1918, between 
France, Great Britain, and Italy, 
333-343 
Absence of Colonel House due to 
illness, 333, 334; noncommit- 
ment of United States to con- 
clusions reached, 343 
British political situation, 337-338, 
340 
Clemenceau, Premier, attitude, 333- 
38?4 
Discussions and conclusions: 
Adriatic situation, 339, 341 
Armies of occupation, 341, 342 
Armistice renewal, 341 
Financial questions: German rep- 
arations and indemnities, 
334-335, 335-336, 338, 340- 
341; U. S. and British ad- 
vances to belligerents, 334 
Food relief, 334, 335, 338, 342 


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