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Date and number

1918 Nov. 11

Dec. 13

1919 Jan. 16

Feb. 16

1918 Nov. 12

Nov. 13 (105)

Nov. 15 (290)

Nov. 16 (38)

LIST OF PAPERS

GERMANY

THE GERMAN ARMISTICE

Subject

Terms of the Armistice With Germany

With two annexes (1) regulating the evacuation of the invaded countries, and (2) establishing conditions regarding communications.

Convention Prolonging the Armistice With Germany

Extension of the duration of the convention signed November 11, 1918, for one month, i. e., until January 17, 1919.

Convention Prolonging the Armistice With Germany

Extension of the armistice agreement until February 17, 1919; additional clauses providing for changes in the Spa protocol of December 17, 1918, and additions to the armistice agreement of November 11, 1918.

Convention Prolonging the Armistice With Germany

Agreement providing that the Germans shall cease hostilities against the Poles at once and that the armistice with Germany shall be prolonged for a short period, the Allied and Associated Powers reserving to themselves the right to terminate the period at three days' notice.

Manifesto of the Government of the Bavarian Republic (tel.)

Appeal to President Wilson and Governments of France, England, and Italy that the new Bavarian people's state not be crushed by harsh armistice terms.

The Special Representative (House) to the Secretary of State (tel.)

For the President: Suggestion that it might be wise to intimate to German authorities that their communications should be addressed to Allied Powers rather than to United States alone.

The Secretary of State to the Swiss Minister (Sulzer)

Communication for the German Foreign Minister (text printed) acknowledging radio messages sent to the President and suggesting that in the future such messages be sent to the Allied and Associated Powers.

The Secretary of State to the Special Representative (House) (tel.)

To be laid before the Supreme War Council: Messages from Dr. Solf (texts printed) appealing to the President for mitigation of the armistice conditions. Transmittal of reply which is printed supra.

Nov. 19 The Swiss Minister (Sulzer) to the Secretary of State

Communication transmitted at the request of the German Government (text printed) containing an exchange of telegrams between the French and German Army High Commands (texts printed) in regard to violences committed by German soldiers which the German High Command states are unavoidable in view of the harshness of the armistice terms; German Government's appeal to the President to intervene for easier terms.

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