From World War I Document Archive
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- Prime Minister Lloyd George on the British War Aims5 January 1918
- President Wilson's Fourteen Points8 January 1918A "program for peace"
- President Wilson's Address to Congress, Analyzing German and Austrian Peace Utterances11 February 1918
- Sir Douglas Haig's Cambrai Despatch20 February 1918
- The Peace Treaty of Brest-Litovsk3 March 1918Germany's treaty with Russia
- U.S. Railway Control Act21 March 1918
- Letter of Britain's King George Thanking American TroopsApril 1918(PDF file)
- Sir Douglas Haig's "Backs to the Wall" Order11 April 1918Includes a facsimile copy of the Special Order of the Day
- The Treaty of Bucharest7 May 1918Romania's forced treaty with Germany (later declared void)
- The U.S. Sedition Act16 May 1918Including amendments to the 1917 Espionage Act, which was subsequently repealed in 1921.
- The Allied Appeal for Rapid American AssistanceMay - June, 1918
- Americans Take Belleau Wood9 - 10 June 1918
- U.S. Participation in the Archangel Expedition17 July 1918As detailed by Secretary of State Robert Lansing
- From the Diary Notes of Oberst Thaer [on Ludendorff's Acceptance of Defeat]1 October 1918(German original)
- From the Diary Notes of Oberst Thaer [on Ludendorff's Acceptance of Defeat]1 October 1918(English translation)
- The Allies' Conditional Acceptance of the Fourteen Points5 November 1918Following a memorandum of interpretation by Colonel Edward HouseEmphasizing the concept of a postwar "league of nations"
- Ultimatum by the Social Democrats7 November 1918
- The Allies' Armistice Demands10 November 1918
- Accepted by Germany the next morning, at 11 a.m. on 11/11/1918
- The New York Times Reports the End of the War9 - 11 November 1918
- Abdication Proclamation of Wilhelm II28 November 1918
- History of Intelligence (B), British Expeditionary Force in FranceJanuary 1917 - April 1919