Wilson and His Peacemakers: American Diplomacy at the Paris Peace Conference, 1919

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Index
Aaland Islands, 274 n. 86
Acts of Brussels and Berlin, revised, 453 n. 50, 486 and n. 8
Adalia, 351, 355
Aden, 499
Adriatic coast, 335, 336, 340, 344, 348, 352, 355, 356, 492, 557
Aegean Sea, 465, 466
Aidin, 548 n. 10
Albania, 51 n. 60, 60 and n. 109, 62, 337 n. 12, 351 and n. 93, 466, 550 n. 18
Albert I, king of Belgium, 271, 286, 407
Algeciras Conference, 509
Allen, General Henry T., 430 n. 96, 526 n. 84
Allenby, General Edmund, 477-478, 502, 503, 509 n. 120
Allenstein, 259, 329, 553
Allied powers: their war aims, 2; conference at London, December 3, 1918, 16, 166; their statesmen's failure to assess correctly the sig- nificance and consequences of World War I, 126 n. 6; their policy in dealing with Wilson, 142; Wilson's moderating influence upon their demands, 421; Inter-Allied Council on War Purchases and Finance, 166. See also Secret treaties
Allizé, Henri, 219 n. 71
Alsace-Lorraine, 47, 152 n. 35, 255, 265, 267, 325
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 489 n. 24
American College at Beirut, 500 and n. 76
American Commission to Negotiate Peace (ACTNP), 7, 8, 9 n. 13, 11, 24, 26, 137, 145, 146, 147, 247, 344, 366 n. 33, 376, 386, 399, 476, 479, 481, 537; disorganization of the American delegation, 10 and n. 16; its press relations, 26, 27, 29; shortage of fund- ing, 183, 184 and n. 16; its desire to make geographical and financial arrangements for Europe that would be respected as practical, 229; inclined toward military intervention in the Baltic, 250 and n. 87; its meeting in Wil- son's bedchamber on April 6, 290; opposition of three of its members to the treaty of guar-
antee for France, 322 and n. 7; Kernan reports to the ACTNP on Polish chauvinism, 330; its shortage of funding, 403; meets regu- larly, 420; its session of June 3, the first with all the American delegates, 420-421, and n. 61, 422; takes responsibility for preparing and not circulating Peace Conference minutes, etc., 461 n. 92; requested by the Senate to secure a hearing for Irish spokesmen, 471
American Federation of Labor, 31, 32, 316, 319, 320
American Geographical Society, 440
American Jewish Congress, 479
American Petroleum Institute, 549
Anatolia, 353, 490, 491, 493, 494 and n. 53, 507
Anderson, Mary, 35 n. 58
Anglo-Persian agreement, 538, 539 n. 57
Anglo-Russian Convention of 1907, 491 n. 34
Anschluss,160, 217, 218, 219 and n. 71, 220 and n. 75, 453
Antwerp, 188
Arabia, 488, 491
Arabs, 479 n. 64, 480 and n. 65, and 482 and n. 81, 497, 498 and nn. 66 and 69, 499, 500, 502, 504, 509 n. 119
Archangel, 130, 132 n. 35, 136 and n. 57
Argentina, 17 n. 51
Arizona,495
Armenia, 68 n. 19, 488, 489, 490, 491, 493, 494, 505 and n. 104, 506, 507, 508 and n. 113
Armistice of Mudros, 353, 493
Armistice of Rethondes, 2, 199, 250, 329, 384, 414, 428, 555
RENEWALS OF: 20, 48-49, 151, 152; on Janu- ary 16, 86-89; on February 17, 207-208 and n. 19; on March 17, 210
ARMISTICE COMMISSION: 260, 261, 411 n. 14; two American civilians to be included, 207
PREARMISTICE AGREEMENT: 4, 20, 54, 91, 95, 104, 173, 271, 343, 410, 419, 488, 525, 555

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