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McCormick writes to President Wilson about changing the memorandum on coordinating activities with Great Britain, France, and Italy.

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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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President's personal note on what to say to Russia.

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Portrait of Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the Navy in President Wilson's Cabinet

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Portrait of an Unidentified Rear Admiral in his Navy uniform

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Portrait of an Unidentified Rear Admiral in his Navy uniform

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Secret service experts assigned to President Wilson in America and Europe on board the U.S.S George Washington; L to R: Mr. Joseph E. Murphy , chief of the White House Detail and Miles C. McCahil, chief of the White House

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Picture of the Presidential Party on board a ship, dressed in Navy uniforms

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Portrait of an unidentified U.S. Navy Admiral wearing a uniform
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