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President Wilson wonders if it would be better to not send the enclosed letter from Baker.

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Secretary of War tells President Wilson that he wants to send copies of cables with Colonel House to General Pershing.

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Short quote from a cable enclosed with letter to President Wilson.

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

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Military point of view on armistice with Germany.

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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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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 Wilson gives Colonel House his points for an armistice with Germany.

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List of points for the armistice negotiations with Germany.

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

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

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Tells of telegram from Bulgaria suing for peace.

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Bulgaria sues for peace.

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Tells of telegram from Bulgaria suing for peace.

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President will mediate for Bulgaria if they give him broad authority.

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Secretary of State sends along the telegrams concerning Bulgaria and their wish to leave the Central Powers.

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Letter written from Elsie Ambuehl to John P. Ambuehl on the occasion of Armistice

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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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