The United States in the Supreme War Council: American War Aims and Inter-Allied Strategy, 1917-1918

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Index
A.E.F. See American Expeditionary Forces
Abbeville Conference and Agreement, 64, 86-88, 90
Aide-mémoire on intervention in Russia, 124-127, 139
Allenby, General E.H.H., 55
Allied Blockade Council, 41
Allied Council on War Purchases and Finance, 41, 149
Allied Munitions Council, 41
Allied Naval Council, 41, 112, 154
Amalgamation: proposed by Bridges and Joffre, 10; opposed by Bliss, 10-11; various views on, 70-71; opposed by House, 71-72; "150-battalion plan," 75-78; six- division plan, 75-79; impact of German offensive on, 80-87; proposed by Rawlinson, 81; discussed during May-July 1918, 87- 96; end of controversy over, 95- 96; summary of dispute over, 96- 99, 174
American Expeditionary Forces, 63, 77: Pershing appointed to command, 11; relations with American Section of the Supreme War Council, 45, 46
American Section of the Supreme War Council: organization of, 43- 46; staff of, 43-44
Amery, Lieutenant Colonel L. S., 67
Archangel, intervention at. See Intervention in Russia
Armistice, military and naval terms of, 154, 158-164
Armistice, political terms of, 165- 171
Army War College, 12, 57 "Associates," 7
Austria-Hungary, 4, 14, 147
Austrian peace notes, 147-148, 153
Baker Memorandum on amalgamation, 85
Baker, Secretary of War Newton D., 9, 16, 45, 50, 57, 67, 68, 76, 84, 88, 105, 123, 140, 141, 142, 146: recommends enlarging the armed forces, 8-9; participates in discussions with Allied missions, 9-10; quoted on Pershing's difficulties, 13; approves "western strategy," 15; instructs Pershing on American policy toward amalgamation, 72; seeks to avoid interference with Pershing's command prerogatives, 73, 79; proposes compromise on amalgamation, 82-83; hears of Reading-Wilson negotiations on amalgamation from Lloyd George, 83; obtains clarification of American policy on amalgamation from Wilson, 83; develops "Baker Memorandum," 85; accepts Pershing-Milner Agreement, 86; informs Bliss of support for Pershing on amalgamation, 88-89; suggests a more sympathetic attitude on amalgamation to Pershing, 89-90; sup-

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