The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in France ( Sharp )
6450. Department assumes that you and Colonel House will bring to Mr. Hoover’s attention all correspondence and material which will be of interest to him in connection with the problem which he has in hand. This applies particularly to copies of communications from other allies regarding questions in connection with armistice. It is assumed that Mr. Hoover will convey his views to the representatives of the interested countries at Paris or elsewhere. On the other hand Department is communicating to Mr. Hoover’s office copies of all pertinent correspondence for record in his Washington office. Representations of Serbians and Montenegrins for food supplies have become pressing. Department assumes Mr. Hoover is in consultation with Serbian and Montenegrin representatives on this subject.