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Report from Siberia on the Bolsheviks taking over Vladivostok.

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Sims writes to President Wilson about the situation of the Navy in Europe.

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Secret message relaying information about the German troops turning to the East.

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Letter from General Bliss describing events of the war.

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Chairman of the Committee of Public Information passes along a cable sent to Italy by a correspondent.

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Passing along a message Cotton wrote for Hoover that it is important to consider trade in the armistice.

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Military point of view on armistice with Germany.

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Whipple warns President Wilson about Britain's aims.

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Pratt writes that change to the cable changes the whole meaning.

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Admiral Benson writes that the measures suggested by the Inter-Allied Naval Council should be followed to meet President Wilson's conditions.

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Acting Secretary of the Navy argues that Germany should not have different terms from Austria.

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Government of the people now in control of Germany, as President Wilson knows.

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Government of the people now in charge of Germany's peace negotiations.

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Secretary of State sends President Wilson the response from Germany.

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General Bliss's views on what should be done with Germany.

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Senator Hollis writes to President Wilson about what he has experienced in France.

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Democratic party figure warns President Wilson that everyone thinks the Germans are trying to trick him.

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British information about Germany.

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Passes on secret message on border fighting.

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Written by WW on his own typewriter.

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President Wilson agrees that he should let the Germans wait.

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Senate Williams advises President Wilson to let the German sit and stew.

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Asks President Wilson to address the American people to continue to support the Liberty Loan despite the news from Europe.

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Czechoslovakian returns to give a detailed report on the situation of the troops in Russia.
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