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Guarantees of peace : messages and addresses to the Congress and the people, Jan. 31, 1918, to Dec. 2, 1918 : together with the peace notes to Germany and Austria : with an appendix containing the corrected text of the armistice

Author: Woodrow Wilson; United States. President (1913-1921 : Wilson)
Publisher: New York ; London : Harper & Bros. Pub., ©1919.
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United States. President (1913-1921 : Wilson).
Guarantees of peace, messages and addresses to the Congress and the people, Jan. 31, 1918, to Dec. 2, 1918.
New York, London, Harper [1919]
(OCoLC)557564538
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Woodrow Wilson; United States. President (1913-1921 : Wilson)
OCLC Number: 1189001
Notes: "The present volume supplements the two earlier collections, Why we are at war, and In our first year of war"--Foreword.
Description: 149 pages ; 18 cm
Contents: An appeal to the farmers (January 31, 1918) --
Address to the Congress (February 11, 1918) --
Co-operation or obstruction? (message to striking carpenters in eastern shipyards, February 17, 1918) --
A pledge of help to Russia (March 11, 1918) --
Force to the utmost, for right (April 6, 1918) --
The burden of war taxation (address to the Congress, May 27, 1918) --
Independence Day address (July 4, 1918) --
The mob spirit denounced (message to the American people, July 26, 1918) --
The second conscription proclamation (August 31, 1918) --
The answer to Austria's request for a conference (September 16, 1918) --
Impartial justice to the price of peace (September 27, 1918) --
Address to the Senate on woman suffrage (September 30, 1918) --
A question for the German Chancellor (October 8, 1918) --
The reply to Germany (October 14, 1918) --
The reply to Austria-Hungary (October 19, 1918) --
Autocracy must go (October 23, 1918) --
An appeal to the electorate for political support (October 25, 1918) --
The Great War is ended (address to the Congress, November 11, 1918) --
A proclamation of thanksgiving for victory (November 17, 1918) --
Problems of readjustment (December 2, 1918) --
Appendix. Revised text of the armistice.
Responsibility: by Woodrow Wilson.

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