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Pass on to Colonel House the message that President Wilson will not be able to go to England before going to France.

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President Wilson asks the Secretary of State to pass on the message to Colonel House that the French should stop their censorship of the press now.

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Coded message threatening British with build up of an American navy.

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Secretary of War's reply to Colonel House sent along to President Wilson's secretary.

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Secretary of War complains about miscommunication from General Pershing.

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Clarification of communication chain.

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War Council agrees to terms of Austrian surrender and tells to House to tell President Wilson.

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Encoded secret message from President Wilson on analysis of Fourteen Points.

http://resources.presidentwilson.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/WWI1299.pdf
Edith writes a note on the peace conference to her husband.

http://resources.presidentwilson.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/WWI1292A.pdf
President Wilson gives Colonel House his points for an armistice with Germany.

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President Wilson tells House that the armistice with Germany should limiting but not be too harsh.

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Edward M. House passes on memo prepared by the foreign newspaper correspondents.

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Lord Robert Cecil gives his opinion on the League of Nations.

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Edward M. House passes on British views on the League of Nations.

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Frank Cobb warns Colonel House about British efforts to retard the peace process.

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Photo of the American Commission to negotiate peace (featuring Col. E.M. House, Robert Lansing, President Wilson, General Tasker H. Bliss) at Hotel Crillon, Paris

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Photo of a news clipping of plenipotentiaries working on terms of armistice, N.Y. Times Mid-week Pictorial

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Photo of two vehicles exiting the Navy Yard Gate with William Jennings Bryan and Edward Mandell House pictured.
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