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

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

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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

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

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The present volume, containing the messages and addresses of the President of the United States from January 31, 1918, to December 2, 1918, supplements the two earlier collections—Why We Are at War and In Our First Year of War. The series, as a whole, presents in convenient and permanent form. the public utterances of the President throughout the critical period of our entrance into the World War, a record of 'vital and enduring interest to every patriotic American. The table of contents also includes the later diplomatic correspondence with Germany and Austria-Hungary, while the corrected text of the armistice agreement is printed as an appendix.

Among the more important public papers are the address to the Congress, February 11, 1918, the famous "Force to the Utmost" speech, delivered at Baltimore April 6, 1918, in behalf of the Third Liberty Loan; the address to the Congress, May 27, 1918 in which, after asking for financial support of the war program, the President went on to announce . . .

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