Official Statements of War Aims and Peace Proposals, December 1916 to November 1918

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Statement of Chancellor von Bethmann-Hollweg in the Reichstag. December 12, 19161
Proposals for Peace Negotiations Made by Germany. December 12, 19162
Note of the German Government to the Vatican Regarding the Peace Proposals. December 12, 19163
Austrian Official Statement Regarding the Peace Proposals. December 12, 19165
Speech of Premier Briand on the Peace Proposals in the French Chamber of Deputies. December 13, 19167
Speech of Nicolas Pokrovsky, Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs, in the Duma. December 15, 19169
Resolution of the Russian Duma against Acceptance of the German Peace Proposals. December 15, 191611
Speech of Baron Sonnino, Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs, in the Chamber of Deputies. December 18, 191612
Note of President Wilson to the Belligerent Powers Suggesting a Statement of Peace Terms. December 18, 191612
Speech of Premier Lloyd-George on the German Proposals in the House of Commons. December 19, 191616
Swiss Response to President Wilson's Peace Note. December 23, 191621
German Reply to President Wilson. December 26, 191622
Austro-Hungarian Reply to President Wilson's Peace Note. December 26, 191623
Turkish Reply to President Wilson. December 26, 191623
Austro-Hungarian Reply to the Swiss Peace Note. December 27, 191624
German Reply to the Swiss Peace Note. December 28, 191625
Entente Reply to German Proposals. December 29, 191626
Scandinavian Peace Note. December 29, 191629
Bulgarian Reply to President Wilson. December 30, 191629
Declaration of Premier Radoslavoff in the Bulgarian Sobranje. December 30, 191630
Spanish Reply to President Wilson's Peace Note. December 30, 191630
Austro-Hungarian Reply to the Scandinavian Peace Note. January 1, 191731
Reply of Brazil to President Wilson's Peace Note. January 6, 191732
Greek Reply to President Wilson. January 8, 191732
Chinese Reply to President Wilson's Peace Note. January 9, 191734
Entente Reply to President Wilson. January 10, 191735
Belgian Reply to President Wilson. January 10, 191738
German Comment upon Entente Reply to President Wilson. January 12, 191740
Austro-Hungarian Comment upon the Entente Reply to President Wilson. January 12, 191742
Proclamation by Kaiser Wilhelm II to the German People. January 13, 191745
British Supplement to Entente Reply to President Wilson. January 13, 191745
Address of President Wilson to the Senate. January 22, 191749

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