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<li>[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/haig_despatches.htm Sir Douglas Haig's Despatches as British Commander-in-Chief]
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*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/haig_despatches.htm Sir Douglas Haig's Despatches as British Commander-in-Chief]
<dd>1916 - 1919
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<dd></dd>1916 - 1919
  
<li>[[History of Intelligence (B), British Expeditionary Force in France]]<dd>January 1917 - April 1919
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*[[History of Intelligence (B), British Expeditionary Force in France]]<dd></dd>January 1917 - April 1919
  
<li>[[Best of the French Aces in the Great War]]
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*[[Best of the French Aces in the Great War]]
  
<li>[http://www.unog.ch/library/archives/lon/library/Docs/kerrmemo.html P.H. Kerr's Advocacy of the League of Nations]<dd>29 January 1919<dd>Given to Lloyd George as part of a proposal for Britain to proceed with league negotiations.
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*[http://www.unog.ch/library/archives/lon/library/Docs/kerrmemo.html P.H. Kerr's Advocacy of the League of Nations]<dd></dd>29 January 1919<dd></dd>Given to Lloyd George as part of a proposal for Britain to proceed with league negotiations.
  
<li>[http://www.unog.ch/library/archives/lon/library/Docs/klecom.html An Extract from Proceedings Of the Commission on the League of Nations]<dd>13 February 1919
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*[http://www.unog.ch/library/archives/lon/library/Docs/klecom.html An Extract from Proceedings Of the Commission on the League of Nations]<dd></dd>13 February 1919
  
<li>[[Haig's Last Despatch]]<dd>21 March 1919<dd>[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/haiglastdespatch.htm Annotated copy] also available  
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*[[Haig's Last Despatch]]<dd></dd>21 March 1919<dd></dd>[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/haiglastdespatch.htm Annotated copy] also available  
  
<li>[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/commissionwarguilt.htm Report of Commission to Determine War Guilt]<dd>6 May 1919<dd>Determining that the war had been "premeditated" and "deliberate" on the part of the Central Powers
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*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/commissionwarguilt.htm Report of Commission to Determine War Guilt]<dd></dd>6 May 1919<dd></dd>Determining that the war had been "premeditated" and "deliberate" on the part of the Central Powers
  
<li>[[Peace Treaty of Versailles]]<dd>28 June 1919<dd>[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/versailles.htm Annotated] and [http://history.acusd.edu/gen/text/versaillestreaty/vercontents.html illustrated] copies also available
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*[[Peace Treaty of Versailles]]<dd></dd>28 June 1919<dd></dd>[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/versailles.htm Annotated] and [http://history.acusd.edu/gen/text/versaillestreaty/vercontents.html illustrated] copies also available
  
<li>[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/wilsonspeech_league.htm President Woodrow Wilson's Address in Favour of the League of Nations]<dd>25 July 1919<dd>In an ultimately doomed campaign
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*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/wilsonspeech_league.htm President Woodrow Wilson's Address in Favour of the League of Nations]<dd></dd>25 July 1919<dd></dd>In an ultimately doomed campaign
  
<li>[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/lodge_leagueofnations.htm Henry Cabot Lodge Against the League of Nations]<dd>12 August 1919<dd>The Senate Majority Leader's virulent opposition
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*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/lodge_leagueofnations.htm Henry Cabot Lodge Against the League of Nations]<dd></dd>12 August 1919<dd></dd>The Senate Majority Leader's virulent opposition
  
<li>[http://history.acusd.edu/gen/WW2Timeline/1919League2.html Chronology of the Fight Over the League of Nations]<dd>1918 - 1921
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*[http://history.acusd.edu/gen/WW2Timeline/1919League2.html Chronology of the Fight Over the League of Nations]<dd></dd>1918 - 1921
  
<li>[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/leagueofnations.htm Covenant of the League of Nations]<dd>1919 - 1924
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*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/leagueofnations.htm Covenant of the League of Nations]<dd></dd>1919 - 1924
  
<li>[[The King-Crane Report]]<dd>28 August 1919
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*[[The King-Crane Report]]<dd></dd>28 August 1919
  
<li>[[Intelligentsia / Lenin to Gorky]]<dd>15 September 1919
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*[[Intelligentsia / Lenin to Gorky]]<dd></dd>15 September 1919
  
<li>[http://www.unog.ch/library/archives/lon/library/Docs/usres.html Reservations Drawn up by Republican Senators To the Treaty of Peace with Germany]<dd>November 1919
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*[http://www.unog.ch/library/archives/lon/library/Docs/usres.html Reservations Drawn up by Republican Senators To the Treaty of Peace with Germany]<dd></dd>November 1919
  
<li>[[Treaty of Neuilly]]<dd>27 November 1919
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*[[Treaty of Neuilly]]<dd></dd>27 November 1919
  
<li>[[Treaty of Trianon]]<dd>4 June 1920
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*[[Treaty of Trianon]]<dd></dd>4 June 1920
  
<li>[[Peace Treaty of Sèvres]]<dd>10 August 1920
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*[[Peace Treaty of Sèvres]]<dd></dd>10 August 1920
  
<li>[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/us19thamendment.htm U.S. 19th Amendment: Women's Right to Vote]<dd>18 August 1920<dd>Including a [http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/graphics/19thamendment_large.jpg facsimile copy] of the amendment proposal
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*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/us19thamendment.htm U.S. 19th Amendment: Women's Right to Vote]<dd></dd>18 August 1920<dd></dd>Including a [http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/graphics/19thamendment_large.jpg facsimile copy] of the amendment proposal
  
<li>[[A Report on Mesopotamia by T.E. Lawrence]]<dd>22 August 1920
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*[[A Report on Mesopotamia by T.E. Lawrence]]<dd></dd>22 August 1920
  
<li>[[The League of Nations Protocol for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes]]<dd>2 October 1920
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*[[The League of Nations Protocol for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes]]<dd></dd>2 October 1920
  
<li>[[The Post-War Soviet / U.S. Agreement on Food Shipments to Russia]]<dd>19 October 1920
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*[[The Post-War Soviet / U.S. Agreement on Food Shipments to Russia]]<dd></dd>19 October 1920
  
<li>[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/harding1921inauguration.htm Inaugural Address of Warren G. Harding]<dd>4 March 1921<dd>Signaling an American return to isolationism
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*[http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/harding1921inauguration.htm Inaugural Address of Warren G. Harding]<dd></dd>4 March 1921<dd></dd>Signaling an American return to isolationism
  
<li>[[Anglo-Soviet Trade Agreement]]<dd>16 March 1921
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*[[Anglo-Soviet Trade Agreement]]<dd></dd>16 March 1921
  
<li>[[US Peace Treaty with Austria]]<dd>24 August 1921
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*[[US Peace Treaty with Austria]]<dd></dd>24 August 1921
  
<li>[[US Peace Treaty with Germany]]<dd>25 August 1921
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*[[US Peace Treaty with Germany]]<dd></dd>25 August 1921
  
<li>[[US Peace Treaty with Hungary]]<dd>29 August 1921
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*[[US Peace Treaty with Hungary]]<dd></dd>29 August 1921
  
<li>[[Washington Conference Establishing a Commission of Jurists to Consider Laws of War]]<dd>4 February 1922
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*[[Washington Conference Establishing a Commission of Jurists to Consider Laws of War]]<dd></dd>4 February 1922
  
<li>[[Washington Treaty in Relation to the Use of Submarines and Noxious Gases in Warfare]]<dd>6 February 1922
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*[[Washington Treaty in Relation to the Use of Submarines and Noxious Gases in Warfare]]<dd></dd>6 February 1922
  
<li>[[The 'Black Hundreds' Anti-Clerical Campaign / Lenin to Molotov]]<dd>19 March 1922
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*[[The 'Black Hundreds' Anti-Clerical Campaign / Lenin to Molotov]]<dd></dd>19 March 1922
  
<li>[[Commission des Réparations, Etat des obligations de l'Allemagne au titre des réparations, etc.]]<dd>Paris: Félix Alcan, 30 April 1922<dd> - <i>en français</i> -
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*[[Commission des Réparations, Etat des obligations de l'Allemagne au titre des réparations, etc.]]<dd></dd>Paris: Félix Alcan, 30 April 1922<dd></dd> - <i>en français</i> -
  
<li>[[San Remo Convention]]<dd>24 July 1922
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*[[San Remo Convention]]<dd></dd>24 July 1922
  
<li>[[The Hague Rules of Air Warfare]]<dd>December 1922 - February 1923<dd>(Never adopted)
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*[[The Hague Rules of Air Warfare]]<dd></dd>December 1922 - February 1923<dd></dd>(Never adopted)
  
<li>[[Straits Treaty]]<dd>24 June 1923
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*[[Straits Treaty]]<dd></dd>24 June 1923
  
<li>[[Treaty of Lausanne]]<dd>24 July 1923
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*[[Treaty of Lausanne]]<dd></dd>24 July 1923
  
<li>[[Geneva Protocol for the Prohibition of Poisonous Gases and Bacteriological Methods of Warfare]]<dd>17 June 1925
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*[[Geneva Protocol for the Prohibition of Poisonous Gases and Bacteriological Methods of Warfare]]<dd></dd>17 June 1925
  
<li>[[Report of the Agent General for Reparation Payments]]<dd>10 June 1927
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*[[Report of the Agent General for Reparation Payments]]<dd></dd>10 June 1927
  
<li>[[ Treaty Providing for the Renunciation of Waras an Instrument of National Policy]]<dd>(Kellogg-Briand Pact)<dd>27 August 1928
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*[[ Treaty Providing for the Renunciation of Waras an Instrument of National Policy]]<dd></dd>(Kellogg-Briand Pact)<dd></dd>27 August 1928
  
<li>Audio Recordings of Dr. Roland G. Usher reporting on the founding of the United Nations (in San Francisco) for KSD Radio (St. Louis).<dd>Digitally remastered from the original KSD studio recording master disks.<dd>[http://www.lib.byu.edu/estu/eurodocs/UsherUNFounding04-27-45.mp3 April 27, 1945, San Francisco]<dd>This radio broadcast is dated April 27, 1945. There were 3 disks to the set.<dd>Disk 1 contained the commentary of Charles G. Ross, contributing editor of the <i>St. Louis Post Dispatch</i>.<dd>The recording is only of disks 2 and 3. The recording begins with disk 2 at the end of Mr. Ross's commentary.<br><br><dd>[http://www.lib.byu.edu/estu/eurodocs/UsherUNFounding05-04-45.mp3 May 4, 1945, San Francisco]<dd>This radio broadcast is dated May 4, 1945. There were 3 disks to the set.<dd>Disk 1 contained the commentary of Charles G. Ross, contributing editor of the <i>St. Louis Post Dispatch</i>.<dd>The recording is only of disks 2 and 3. The recording begins with disk 2 at the end of Mr. Ross's commentary.<dd>(April-May 1945; large audio files -- best played with broadband reception).
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*Audio Recordings of Dr. Roland G. Usher reporting on the founding of the United Nations (in San Francisco) for KSD Radio (St. Louis).<dd></dd>Digitally remastered from the original KSD studio recording master disks.<dd></dd>[http://www.lib.byu.edu/estu/eurodocs/UsherUNFounding04-27-45.mp3 April 27, 1945, San Francisco]<dd></dd>This radio broadcast is dated April 27, 1945. There were 3 disks to the set.<dd></dd>Disk 1 contained the commentary of Charles G. Ross, contributing editor of the <i>St. Louis Post Dispatch</i>.<dd></dd>The recording is only of disks 2 and 3. The recording begins with disk 2 at the end of Mr. Ross's commentary.<br><br><dd></dd>[http://www.lib.byu.edu/estu/eurodocs/UsherUNFounding05-04-45.mp3 May 4, 1945, San Francisco]<dd></dd>This radio broadcast is dated May 4, 1945. There were 3 disks to the set.<dd></dd>Disk 1 contained the commentary of Charles G. Ross, contributing editor of the <i>St. Louis Post Dispatch</i>.<dd></dd>The recording is only of disks 2 and 3. The recording begins with disk 2 at the end of Mr. Ross's commentary.<dd></dd>(April-May 1945; large audio files -- best played with broadband reception).
 
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