Austro-Hungarian Reply to the Scandinavian Peace Note, January 1, 1917

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Austro-Hungarian Reply to the Scandinavian Peace Note, January 1, 19171

     The Austro-Hungarian Government is glad to state that its views in
this matter agree with yours. It has sympathetically accepted President
Wilson's suggestions, and therefore with satisfaction sees Sweden,
Denmark, and Norway support President Wilson's initiative.


1The New York Times, January 2, 1917. See footnote, ante, p. 33