The Peace Negotiations eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 244 pages of information about The Peace Negotiations.

ILLUSTRATIONS

The American peace delegation at Paris
Photograph by Signal Corps, U.S.A.

Facsimile of Mr. Lansing’s commission as A commissioner plenipotentiary
to negotiate peace

The Rue ROYALE on the arrival of President Wilson on December 14, 1918
Photograph by Signal Corps, U.S.A.

The American peace delegation and staff
Photograph by Signal Corps, U.S.A.

A meeting at the quai D’ORSAY after President Wilson’s
departure from Paris

Facsimile of Mr. Lansing’sFull powersTo negotiate A treaty of
assistance to France

The daily conference of the American peace commission
Photograph by Isabey, Paris

CHRONOLOGY

The Declaration of the Fourteen Points January 18, 1918

Declaration of Four Additional Bases of Peace February 11, 1918

Departure of Colonel House for Paris to represent the
  President on Supreme War Council October 17, 1918

Signature of Armistice, 5 A.M.; effective, 11 A.M. 
                                                 November 11, 1918

Departure of President and American Commission
  for France December 4, 1918

Arrival of President and American Commission in
  Paris December 14, 1918

Meeting of Supreme War Council January 12, 1919

First Plenary Session of Peace Conference January 25, 1919

Plenary Session at which Report on the League of Nations
  was Submitted February 14, 1919

Departure of President from Paris for United States
                                                 February 14, 1919

President lands at Boston February 24, 1919

Departure of President from New York for France March 5, 1919

President arrives in Paris March 14, 1919

Organization of Council of Four About March 24, 1919

President’s public statement in regard to Fiume April 23, 1919

Adoption of Commission’s Report on League of Nations
  by the Conference April 28, 1919

The Shantung Settlement April 30, 1919

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