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Part I: The Continuation and Conclusion of the War—Participation of the United States


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  1. This translation is very inaccurate, but is printed here with only verbal corrections of the telegraphic text, based on comparison with the one later received as enclosure to the Minister’s despatch No. 1033 of Nov. 2, 1918 (File No. 861.00/3393), because the original in Russian did not arrive until Dec. 11, 1918.
  2. For papers relating to the policy and activities of the Allied and Associated Powers in Siberia and Manchuria, see Foreign Relations, 1918, Russia, vols. II and III.
  3. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1917, Supplement 1, pp. 219 et seq.; for papers relating to the treatment of enemy aliens and enemy property in Latin American countries, see Foreign Relations, 1918, Supplement 2, pp. 233245 and 341412.
  4. For papers dealing with Rumania’s relations with Russia, see Foreign Relations, 1918, Russia, vol. II.
  5. For papers relating to the Czecho-Slovak Army in Russia, see Foreign Relations, 1918, Russia, vols. I and II.