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Because of the peace, President Wilson will not be able to advance the issue of the Squires' commission.

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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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Request for President Wilson's approval for the war program of the Camp Fire Girls.

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Accounting of enemy property after the war needs to include patents.

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President Wilson needs Senator Pittman to stay in place working in the Senate.

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Senator Pittman asks if he would be more valuable at home or in Paris.

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President Wilson thanks the Secretary of Commerce for his concern about employment.

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New leader of Austria is a German Socialist and a great admirer of Woodrow Wilson.

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George Creel thinks that President Wilson will be interested in information about the new leader of Austria.

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President Wilson's responses to a draft of the proposed armistice.

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Quotes from Ludendorf about how armistice will strengthen imperialist German view.

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Quotes from Ludendorf about how armistice will strengthen imperialist German view.

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Quotes from Ludendorf about how armistice will strengthen imperialist German view.

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Secretary of State sends on a statement from Germany.

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British government agrees with President Wilson's fourteen points but want to propose changes.

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Coded cablegram on the main points of the armistice.

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General Bliss supports limits on arms in Europe to prevent further war.

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President Wilson replies to the proposal for peace.

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A trustee of the World Peace Foundation reports to President Wilson on the views of Democrats in New England.

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Messages passed along to Woodrow Wilson.

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Coded cablegram on events in Europe.

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New German government asks about how the peace would be settled.

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Secretary of War sends message to House about the issuing of transporting prisoners of war.

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Colonel House wants to be clear that he only reports war information to President Wilson

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Announcement of Austria's acceptance of terms.

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

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Edith writes a note on the peace conference to her husband.

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Austria agrees to fourteen points, additional points, and the formation of Yugoslavia.

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

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Secretary of State passes on that the European governments advise that Turkey seek armistice with the Allied Military Authorities.

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Austrians warn that harsh demands on Germany would lead to further militarism.

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President Wilson thanks a prominent admirer for his support.

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Supporter writes of his approval of the treatment of Germany.

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President Wilson thanks Colby for his warm letter.

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

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Portion of a speech by the German Chancellor in the Reichstag.

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Portion of a speech by the German Chancellor in the Reichstag.

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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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Prominent surgeon asks President Wilson not to offer armistice to Germany.

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President Wilson appreciates the Vice President's understanding of what he is doing with Germany.

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Thanks President Wilson for his message from God.

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Appreciation for a helpful conversation from President Wilson.

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Letter of advice to President Wilson on the subject of Russia.

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Editor's view on the importance of the economic situation in Britain.
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