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*[[Address of the President of the United States to the Senate]]<dd></dd>22 January 1917<dd></dd>Appealing to Europeans for "peace without victory"
 
*[[Address of the President of the United States to the Senate]]<dd></dd>22 January 1917<dd></dd>Appealing to Europeans for "peace without victory"
  
*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/wilson1917inauguration.htm Inaugural Address of President Wilson]<dd></dd>4 March 1917
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*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/wilson1917inauguration.htm Inaugural Address of President Wilson]<dd></dd>4 March 1917<dd></dd>At the beginning of his second term in office
<dd></dd>At the beginning of his second term in office
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*[http://www.histdoc.net/history/abdic.html The Abdication of Nicholas II]<dd></dd>15 March 1917 (2 March in the Julian calendar)
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*[http://www.histdoc.net/history/abdic.html The Abdication of Nicholas II]<dd></dd>15 March 1917 (2 March in the Julian calendar)<dd></dd>(Russian facsimile and transcription)
<dd></dd>(Russian facsimile and transcription)
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*[[The Abdication of Nicholas II]]<dd></dd>15 March 1917 (2 March in the Julian calendar)<dd></dd>(English translation)
 
*[[The Abdication of Nicholas II]]<dd></dd>15 March 1917 (2 March in the Julian calendar)<dd></dd>(English translation)
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*V. I. Lenin, [http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/apriltheses.htm The April Theses]<dd></dd>April 1917<dd></dd>Calling for Soviet control of the Russian state
 
*V. I. Lenin, [http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/apriltheses.htm The April Theses]<dd></dd>April 1917<dd></dd>Calling for Soviet control of the Russian state
  
*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/haighindenburgdespatch.htm Sir Douglas Haig's Hindenburg Line Despatch]
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*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/haighindenburgdespatch.htm Sir Douglas Haig's Hindenburg Line Despatch]<dd></dd>31 May 1917
<dd></dd>31 May 1917
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*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/espionageact.htm U.S. Espionage Act]<dd></dd>15 June 1917<dd></dd>The act was amended in May 1918 as the [http://www.lib.byu.edu/~rdh/wwi/1918/usspy.html Sedition Act]<br> &nbsp; &nbsp; and subsequently repealed in 1921.  
 
*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/espionageact.htm U.S. Espionage Act]<dd></dd>15 June 1917<dd></dd>The act was amended in May 1918 as the [http://www.lib.byu.edu/~rdh/wwi/1918/usspy.html Sedition Act]<br> &nbsp; &nbsp; and subsequently repealed in 1921.  
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*[http://www.yale.edu/lawweb/avalon/diplomacy/forrel/1918rv1/ch5menu.htm The Bolshevik <i>Coup d'Etat</i> in Russia]<dd></dd> As documented in telegrams by Yale's Avalon Project.<dd></dd>7 - 22 November 1917
 
*[http://www.yale.edu/lawweb/avalon/diplomacy/forrel/1918rv1/ch5menu.htm The Bolshevik <i>Coup d'Etat</i> in Russia]<dd></dd> As documented in telegrams by Yale's Avalon Project.<dd></dd>7 - 22 November 1917
  
*[http://www.mtholyoke.edu/acad/intrel/focsani.htm The Truce of Focsani Between Roumania and the Central Powers]
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*[http://www.mtholyoke.edu/acad/intrel/focsani.htm The Truce of Focsani Between Roumania and the Central Powers]<dd></dd>9 December 1917<dd></dd>(Note: This is a description, not the text itself.)
<dd></dd>9 December 1917<dd></dd>(Note: This is a description, not the text itself.)
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*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/jerusalemdecree.htm The Fall of  Jerusalem]<dd></dd>December 1917<dd></dd>The Ottoman surrender Jerusalem to British control
 
*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/jerusalemdecree.htm The Fall of  Jerusalem]<dd></dd>December 1917<dd></dd>The Ottoman surrender Jerusalem to British control

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