File No. 763.72119/1446

The Acting Secretary of State to the Special Agent at Corfu ( Dodge)2


This Government would have no objection to Mr. Pashitch’s stating in Parliament, if necessary, that the speeches of the President did not describe detailed program of war aims but only briefly summarized [Page 794] them. The Government of the United States would furthermore have no objections on its part to his declaring that if Servia’s allies won the war they would meet Serbo-Croat national aspirations as far as possible.

  1. Substance repeated, by telegram No. 6891 of the same date, to the Ambassador in Great Britain.