Paris 1918: The War Diary of the British Ambassador, the 17th Earl of Derby

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • Introduction xi
  • Notes to the Introduction xxx
  • Persons Mentioned Frequently in the Diary xxxv
  • May 1918 1
  • Friday, 10th May *
  • Notes to 10 May *
  • Saturday, 11th May *
  • Notes to 11 May *
  • Thursday, 16th May 4
  • Notes to 16 May *
  • Friday, 17th May *
  • Notes to 17 May *
  • Saturday, 18th May *
  • Notes to 18 May *
  • Sunday, 19th May *
  • Notes to 19 May *
  • Monday, 20th May *
  • Notes to 20 May *
  • Tuesday, 21st May *
  • Notes to 21 May *
  • Wednesday, 22nd May *
  • Notes to 22 May *
  • Tursday, 23rd May *
  • Notes to 23 May *
  • Friday, 24th May 13
  • Notes to 24 May *
  • Saturday, 25th May *
  • Notes to 25 May *
  • Sunday, 26th May *
  • Notes to 26 May *
  • Monday, 27th May *
  • Notes to 27 May *
  • Tuesday, 28th May *
  • Notes to 28 May *
  • Copy of Letter Sent to Mr. Balfour to Be Attached to Diary 28 May 1918 *
  • Notes to Letter of 28 May *
  • Wednesday, 29th May *
  • Notes to 29 May *
  • Thursday, 30th May *
  • Notes to 30 May *
  • Friday, 31st May *
  • Notes to 31 May *
  • June 1918 29
  • Saturday, 1st June *
  • Notes to 1 June *
  • Sunday, 2nd June *
  • Notes to 2 June *
  • Monday, 3rd June *
  • Tuesday, 4th June *
  • Notes to 4 June *
  • Wednesday, 5th June *
  • Thursday, 6th June *
  • Notes to 6 June *
  • Friday, 7th June 37
  • Notes to 7 June *
  • Saturday, 8th June *
  • Notes to 8 June *
  • Sunday, 9th June *
  • Notes to 9 June *
  • Monday, 10th June *
  • Notes to 10 June *
  • Tuesday, 11th June *
  • Notes to 11 June *
  • Wednesday, 12th June *
  • Notes to 12 June *
  • Thursday, 13th June *
  • Notes to 13 June *
  • Friday, 14th June *
  • Notes to 14 June *
  • Saturday, 15th June 47
  • Notes to 15 June *
  • Sunday, 16th June *
  • Notes to 16 June *
  • Monday, 17th June *
  • Notes to 17 June *
  • Tuesday, 18th June 50
  • Wednesday, 19th June *
  • Notes to Letter of 19 June *
  • Thursday, 20th June *
  • Notes to 20 June *
  • Friday, 21st June *
  • Notes to 21 June *
  • Saturday, 22nd June *
  • Notes to 22 June *
  • Copy of Letter Sent to Mr. Balfour *
  • Notes to Letter of 22 June *
  • Sunday, 23rd June 63
  • Notes to 23 June *
  • Monday, 24th June *
  • Notes to 24 June *
  • Tuesday, 25th June *
  • Notes to 25 June *
  • Wednesday, 26th June *
  • Notes to 26 June *
  • Copy of Letter Sent to Mr. Balfour *
  • Notes to Confidential Letter of 26 June *
  • Thursday, 27th June *
  • Notes to 27 June *
  • Friday, 28th June *
  • Notes to 28 June *
  • Saturday, 29th June *
  • Notes to 29 June *
  • Sunday, 30th June *
  • Notes to 30 June *
  • July 1918 76
  • Monday, 1st July *
  • Notes to 1 July *
  • Tuesday, 2nd July *
  • Notes to 2 July *
  • Wednesday, 3rd July *
  • Notes to 3 July *
  • Thursday, 4th July *
  • Notes to 4 July *
  • Friday, 5th July *
  • Notes to 5 July *
  • Saturday, 6th July 90
  • Notes to 6 July *
  • Sunday, 7th July 91
  • Notes to 7 July *
  • Monday, 8th July *
  • Tuesday, 9th July *
  • Notes to 9 July *
  • Wednesday, 10th July *
  • Notes to 10 July *
  • Thursday, 11th July *
  • Notes to 11 July *
  • Friday, 12th July 96
  • Notes to 12 July *
  • Saturday, 13th July *
  • Notes to 13 July *
  • Sunday, 14th July *
  • Monday, 15th July 101
  • Notes to 15 July *
  • Thursday, 25th July *
  • Notes to 25 July *
  • Friday, 26th July *
  • Notes to 26 July *
  • Saturday, 27th July *
  • Notes to 27 July *
  • Sunday, 28th July *
  • Notes to 28 July *
  • Monday, 29th July *
  • Notes to 29 July *
  • Tuesday, 30th July *
  • Wednesday, 31st July *
  • Notes to 31 July *
  • Copy of Letter Written to Mr. Balfour 31 July 1918 110
  • Notes to Confidential Letter of 31 July *
  • August 1918 111
  • Thursday, 1st August *
  • Notes to 1 August *
  • Friday, 2nd August *
  • Notes to 2 August *
  • Copy of Telegram Sent to Mr. Balfour *
  • Notes to Confidential Letter of 2 August *
  • Saturday, 3rd August 118
  • Notes to 3 August *
  • Sunday, 4th August 121
  • Monday, 5th August *
  • Notes to 5 August *
  • Tuesday, 6th August 123
  • Notes to 6 August *
  • Wednesday, 7th August *
  • Notes to 7 August *
  • Copy of Letter Sent to Mr. Balfour *
  • Thursday, 8th August 129
  • Notes to 8 August *
  • Friday, 9th August 130
  • Notes to 9 August *
  • Saturday, 10th August *
  • Notes to 10 August *
  • Sunday, 11th August *
  • Notes to 11 August *
  • Monday, 12th August *
  • Notes to 12 August *
  • Tuesday, 13th August *
  • Notes to 13 August *
  • Wednesday, 14th August *
  • Notes to 14 August *
  • Thursday, 15th August *
  • Notes to 15 August *
  • Friday, 16th August *
  • Notes to 16 August *
  • Saturday, 17th August *
  • Notes to 17 August *
  • Sunday, 18th August *
  • Notes to 18 August *
  • Monday, 19th August *
  • Notes to 19 August *
  • Tuesday, 20th August *
  • Notes to 20 August *
  • Wednesday, 21st August *
  • Notes to 21 August *
  • Thursday, 22nd August *
  • Notes to 22 August *
  • Friday, 23rd August *
  • Notes to 23 August *
  • Saturday, 24th August 165
  • Notes to 24 August *
  • Sunday, 25th August *
  • Notes to 25 August *
  • Monday, 26th August *
  • Notes to 26 August *
  • Tuesday, 27th August *
  • Notes to 27 August *
  • Wednesday, 28th August 175
  • Notes to 28 August *
  • Thursday, 29th August *
  • Notes to 29 August *
  • Friday, 30th August 177
  • Notes to 30 August *
  • Saturday, 31st August *
  • Notes to 31 August *
  • September 1918 181
  • Copy of Letter Sent to Mr. Balfour 1 September 1918 183
  • Sunday, 1st September *
  • Monday, 2nd September *
  • Notes to 2 September *
  • Tuesday, 3rd September *
  • Notes to 3 September *
  • Wednesday, 4th September *
  • Notes to 4 September *
  • Thursday, 5th September *
  • Notes to 5 September *
  • Friday, 6th September *
  • Notes to 6 September *
  • Saturday, 7th September 194
  • Notes to 7 September *
  • Sunday, 8th September *
  • Notes to 8 September *
  • Monday, 9th September *
  • Tuesday, 10th September *
  • Wednesday, 11th September *
  • Notes to 11 September *
  • Thursday, 12th September *
  • Notes to 12 September *
  • Friday, 13th September *
  • Notes to 13 September *
  • Saturday, 14th September *
  • Notes to 14 September *
  • Sunday, 15th September *
  • Monday, 16th September *
  • Notes to 16 September *
  • Tuesday, 17th September *
  • Notes to 17 September *
  • Copy of Letter Sent to Rt. Hon. A. J. Balfour, M.P. 17 September 1918 *
  • Notes to Confidential Letter of 17 September *
  • Wednesday, 18th September *
  • Notes to 18 September *
  • Thursday, 19th September *
  • Notes to 19 September *
  • Friday, 20th September *
  • Notes to 20 September *
  • Saturday, 21st September *
  • Sunday, 22nd September *
  • Notes to 22 September *
  • Monday, 23rd September *
  • Monday, 23rd September [continued 219
  • Notes to 23 September *
  • Tuesday, 24th September *
  • Notes to 24 September *
  • Wednesday, 25th September *
  • Notes to 25 September *
  • Thursday, 26th September *
  • Notes to 26 September *
  • Friday, 27th September *
  • Notes to 27 September *
  • Saturday, 28th September 228
  • Notes to 28 September *
  • Sunday, 29th September *
  • Monday, 30th September *
  • Notes to 30 September *
  • October 1918 234
  • Tuesday, 1st October *
  • Notes to 1 October *
  • Copy of Letter Sent to Rt. Hon. A. J. Balfour 1 October 1918 *
  • Notes to Confidential Letter of 1 October *
  • Wednesday, 2nd October *
  • Thursday, 3rd October *
  • Notes to 3 October *
  • Friday, 4th October *
  • Saturday, 5th October *
  • Notes to 5 October *
  • Sunday, 6th October *
  • Notes to 6 October *
  • Monday, 7th October *
  • Tuesday, 8th October *
  • Notes to 8 October *
  • Lord Robert Cecil's Conversation with M. Berthelot (October 8th, 1918) *
  • Notes to Cecil's Conversation 251
  • Wednesday, 9th October *
  • Notes to 9 October *
  • Thursday, 10th October *
  • Friday, 11th October *
  • Notes to 11 October *
  • Saturday, 12th October *
  • Notes to 12 October *
  • Sunday, 13th October *
  • Notes to 13 October *
  • Monday, 14th October *
  • Notes to 14 October *
  • Tuesday, 15th October 269
  • Wednesday, 16th October *
  • Notes to 16 October *
  • Thursday, 17th October *
  • Notes to 17 October *
  • Friday, 18th October *
  • Notes to 18 October *
  • Saturday, 19th October *
  • Notes to 19 October *
  • Sunday, 20th October *
  • Notes to 20 October *
  • Monday, 21st October 280
  • Notes to 21 October *
  • Communicated by the O.C. 11th Hussars *
  • Extract from My Diary of October 12th:— *
  • Tuesday, 22nd October *
  • Notes to 22 October *
  • Wednesday, 23rd October *
  • Notes to 23 October *
  • Thursday, 24th October *
  • Notes to 24 October *
  • Letter to A. J. Balfour 24 October 1918 *
  • Notes to Confidential Letter of 24 October *
  • Friday, 25th October *
  • Notes to 25 October *
  • Saturday, 26th October 295
  • Notes to 26 October *
  • Sunday, 27th October *
  • Notes to 27 October *
  • Monday, 28th October *
  • Notes to 28 October *
  • Tuesday, 29th October *
  • Wednesday, 30th October 303
  • Notes to 30 October *
  • Thursday, 31st October *
  • Notes to 31 October *
  • November 1918 312
  • Friday, 1st November *
  • Notes to 1 November *
  • Saturday, 2nd November *
  • Notes to 2 November *
  • Sunday, 3rd November *
  • Notes to 3 November *
  • Monday, 4th November *
  • Notes to 4 November *
  • Tuesday, 5th November *
  • Notes to 5 November *
  • Wednesday, 6th November *
  • Notes to 6 November *
  • Thursday, 7th November *
  • Notes to 7 November *
  • Friday, 8th November *
  • Notes to 8 November *
  • Saturday, 9th November *
  • Notes to 9 November *
  • Sunday, 10th November *
  • Notes to 10 November *
  • Monday, 11th November *
  • Notes to 11 November *
  • Index 338
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