Woodrow Wilson and a Revolutionary World, 1913-1921

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INDEX
Aguilar, CandU+EDdo, 24
Allies: 217, 218-19; and Russia, 50-87; and war aims, 51-52, 53, 93 (n. 54), 131, 193; and Wilson, 58-88, 91 (n. 31), 106-8, 147, 160, 193, 199; and Japan, 60-69, 92 (n. 50), 93 (n. 54); and the United States, 60-87, 92 (n. 50), 93 (n. 54),
155, 179; and eastern front, 68, 70, 76, 88, 97 (n. 94); and Poland, 108-11, 118-19. See also Bol- sheviks; Germany
Alsace-Lorraine, 202, 209, 219
American Commonwealth, The (Bryce), 12
American Federation of Labor, 128, 135
American Smelting and Refining Company, 5
Amur Railway. See Russia
Archangel, 73, 76, 77, 81, 83, 85
Aristotle, 183, 195, 200
Armistice, 80, 128, 192, 222
Auchincloss, Gordon, 32, 33, 34
Austria, 56, 154, 218; and Wilson, 153, 168 (n. 33)
Austria-Hungary: United States pol- icy toward, 108; and Allies, 109; and Wilson, 109, 192-93, 207-8; disintegration of, 109, 215, 217-18. See also Central Powers
Austro-Hungarian army, 67, 69, 70
Avenida San Francisco, 5
Axson, Stockton, 150-51, 167 (n. 24), 184
Baker, Newton D., 68, 69, 75, 76, 81
Baker, Ray Stannard, 85, 147, 214; on Wilson’s peace strategy, 132-36, 137-38, 140, 141-42, 143 (n. 11), 215
Bakunin, Michael, 7
Balfour, Arthur James, 62, 63, 65, 70, 84, 93 (n. 54), 113
Belgium, 202, 225
Benson, William S., 46 (n. 80)
Benton, William, 22
Berchtold, Leopold, 168 (n. 33)
Bernstorff, Johann Heinrich von, 153
Bethmann Hollweg, Theobald von, 225; on Wilson’s peace strategy, 153-54, l68 (n. 36); fall of, 217 Bismarck-SchU+F6nhausen, Otto von, 215
Bissolati, Leonida: and Wilson, 139-41
Bliss, Tasker H.: and Russia, 60, 66, 68, 69, 76, 84; and Poland, 109, 112, 114, 117
Bolsheviks: on capitalism, 39; on im- perialism, 39; and Allies, 51-88, 91 (n. 31); on self-determination as a basis of peace, 51, 52, 54; and Wil- son, 52-55, 71, 83; and the United States, 55-56, 87; and Japan, 64, 79, 92 (n. 47); and opposing fac- tions, 64-65, 68, 77, 78, 80-81, 82-84, 86; m conflict with Czech legion, 67, 69-70, 77-78
Bolshevism: and Wilson, 39-40, 48 (n. 112), 81, 82, 89 (n. 17), 90 (n. 20), 112, 117, 120, 123 (n. 31), 129, 138-39, 197
Bourgeois, LU+E9on, 181-82
Bowman, Isaiah, 108, 113, 114, 117, 183
Brest-Litovsk: conference at, 53,

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