SWC-WDA means " Records of the Supreme War Council, War Department Archives."
SWC-SDA means " Records of the Supreme War Council, State Department Archives."
|1.||"The Scheme of Organization of a Supreme War Council," 7 November 1917, reprinted in Charles Seymour, ed., The Intimate Papers of Colonel House, III, Into the World War ( Boston, 1928), 246.|
|2.||There is no full-scale study of the Supreme War Council.
Neither is there a general account of inter-Allied cooperation during World War I. The closest approach is the study of Sir Frederick B. Maurice
, Lessons of Allied Co-operation: Naval, Military, and Air,
1914-1918 ( New York, 1942)--a useful but incomplete treatment.
A pioneer study of the Supreme War Council is an unpublished
doctoral dissertation completed at the University of Virginia by Thomas Daniel Shumate Jr., "The Allied Supreme War Council
1917-1918," ( 1952).|
The best contemporary account of American participation in the Supreme War Council is the "Final Report" of General Tasker H. Bliss, military representative of the United States, presented to the