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HEARINGS

BEFORE THE

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
UNITED STATES SENATE

SIXTY-SIXTH CONGRESS

FIRST SESSION
ON THE

TREATY OF PEACE WITH GERMANY, SIGNED AT VERSAILLES
ON JUNE 28, 1919, AND SUBMITTED TO THE SENATE
ON JULY 10, 1919, BY THE PRESDDENT
OF THE UNITED STATES

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SUBMITTED BY MR. LODGE.

In The Senate Of The United States,

September 22, 1919. Ordered, That the hearings before the Committee on Foreign Relations on the pending treaty of peace with Germany be printed as a Senate Document. Attest:

Geobge A. Sanderson,

Secretary.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

Aland Islands: Page.
Statement of Alexander J. Johnson 1041

Albania:

Statements of—

C. Telford Erickson 971

C. A. Chekrezi 1001

C. A. Dako.. 1005

Baruch, Bernard M.:

Statements of, on economic clauses 6,38,53

Bullitt, W. C:

Statement of 1161

China:

Statements of—

Thomas F. F. Millard 430

John C. Ferguson 557,583

Edward T. Williams 617

Lansing-Ishii agreement, with respect to 225

Announcement of Department of State concerning exchange of notes with
Japan, in regard to; ; 226

Message of the President concerning protest of American delegates to the
peace conference in regard to Shantung 252

Convention of March 6, 1898, between China and Germany with respect to

the lease of Kiaochow to Germany 585

Agreement of March 21, 1900, between China and Germany with regard to

the Kiaochow-Chinan Railway Regulations 587

Convention of November 28, 1905, between China and Germany regarding

the withdrawal of German troops from Kiaochow and Kaomi 590

Agreement of July 24,1911, between the provincial authorities of Shantung

and the Chino-German Mining Co., for delimiting mining areas in Shan-

tung 591

Official statement of the Chinese Government with regard to the Japanese

ultimatum of May 7, 1915 601

Opium traffic in Shantung—

Statements of—

E. T. Williams 647

W.E. Macklin 699

Memoranda on Shantung, filed by—

Sidney L. Gulick 755

Toyokichi Iyenaga 1034

Frederick McCormick 1087

Czbcho-slovakia:

Statements of—

Edward Vaczy 1050

Ven Svarc 1054

O. D. Koreff 1066

Davis, Norman H.:

Statements of, on financial clauses 75,97

Egttt:

Statement of Joseph W. Folk 651

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Statements and briefs by— Page.

R. T. Caldwell 701

George Gordon Battle 703,292

G. A. Beall 707

Fiume. (See Italy.)

Greece:

Statements of—

William S. Felton 934

Prof. George M. Boiling 935

N. J. Cassavetes 941

Hungary:

Statements of—

Eugene Pivany 947

Dr. Bela Sekely 961

Henry Baracs 969

Brief of Hungarian American Federation 979

India:

Statement of Dudley Field Malone 750

Ireland:

Statements of—

Daniel F. Cohalan 757

Frank P. Walsh 794

Michael J. Ryan 854

Edward F. Dunne 860

W. W. McDowell 865

John Archdeacon Murphy 867

Daniel C. O'Flaherty 873

W. Bourke Cockran 879

Memorial of citizens of Irish origin in opposition to the league of nations.. 764

Declaration of Independence of 785

Correspondence between the American commissioners for Irish Independ-
ence, the American peace commission, etc 800

Report of American Commission on Irish Independence relating to condi-

tions in Ireland 822

Report of interview in Paris between the President of the United States

and the American Commission on Irish Independence 835

Brief protesting against arguments presented to the committee in behalf

of Ireland 903

Italy:

Statements of—

Fiorello H. La Guardia, Member of Congress 1109

Prof. Alexander Oldrini 1112

S. A. Cotillo 1118

Ernest Papich 1140

Marian Curry 1142

Dr. L. Vacarro 1143

W. H. Field . 1148

Brief of Italo-American Irredentist Aasociation 1129

Japan:

Lansing-Ishii agreement 225

Announcement by United States Department of State regarding exchange

of notes with, concerning China (Nov. 2, 1917) 226

Message of the President regarding alleged secret treaty between Ger-
many and 252

Official statement of Chinese Government regarding ultimatum by 601

Jugo-slavta:

Statements of— Pa8°-

Etbin Karistan 1091

R. F. Hlacha 1098

A. H. Skubic 1100

Frank Kerze 1105

Philip Godina 1108

Labor:

International conference on—

Statement of the Secretary of Labor 32

Laxsing-ishh agreement 225

Lansing, Robert. (See State, Secretary of.)

Latvia:

Statements and briefs by—

R. T. Caldwell -.. 701

George Gordon Battle 703,1292

Rev. Carl Podin 709

Leaoue Op Nations:

Statement of David Hunter Miller 379

Resolution submitted to American peace commissioners by the Secretary

of State, with respect to 251

American draft of a covenant for 254

First report of the commission on 264

Final report of the commission on 270

Proceedings of the Peace Commission on covenant for 280

Address of the President on, at the Peace Conference 280

Membership of the commission on 309

Plan of Lord Robert Cecil 1163

Typewritten draft of original plan of the President 1165

Printed draft of original plan of the President, with comments and sug-
gestions of Messrs. Miller and Auchincloss 1177

Draft of second proposal of the President, showing changes made in original

plan 1214

Draft believed to have been prepared by Mr. Miller and British law experts. 1230

Lithuania:

Statements and briefs by—

R.T.Caldwell 701

George Gordon Battle 703, 1292

John S. Lopatto 714

Miller, David Hunter:

Statement on the league of nations 379

Negroes, Race Equality And Protection Of, Etc.:

Statements of—

William Monroe Trotter 679

Allen W. Whaley 682

Joseph H. Stewart 683

J. BLNeill 684

J. T. Thomas 694

W. H. Jemagan 695

Charles S. Williams 696

J. A. Lankford 698

Palmer, Bradley W.:

Statement of, on economic clauses 14

Peace Conperence:

Membership of commissions of the 309

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