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Arrival of American dreadnoughts and superdreadnoughts in New York harbor, April 14, 1919, after their war
The entire fleet comprised 104 ships with 30,000 officers and men. There were 12 dreadnoughts, 70 de-

stroyers, . 10 submarines, and 12 auxiliary cruisers.

The fleet spent two weeks in the harbor

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Fiume is one of the finest ports and most beautiful cities on the east coast of the Adriatic. It is located at the head of the Bay of Quarnero and is about thirty miles southeast of Trieste. Its possession was the subject of a serious dispute between Italy and Jugoslavia

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In the group, left to right, seated, are: Major Gen. S. Inagaki, Japanese; Colonel Louis Ceissier, French: Major
n William S. Graves, U. S. A.; General K. Otani, Japanese, Commander in Chief; Lieut. Gen, M. Yuhi, Japanese;
ig Gen Yuyousi, Chinese; Lieut. Col. Fillippe, Italian. Second row, standing: Professor J. Maruyama, Japanese;

Brig Gen J N Blair, British; Colonel H. H. Pattison, U.S. A.; Colonel Fuching, Chinese; Major Ou, Chinese; Colonel
M Le Magnen, French; Lieut. Col. 0. P. Robinson, U. S. A.; Major C. Manera, Italian; Major Gen. M. Nakajima,
Japanese Third row: Captain T. Watanabe, Japanese; Captain R. J. Hoffman, U. S. A.; Major S. Hasebe, Japanese;
Captain G. Balzani, Italian; Lieut. Col. Vichterle, Chief of Staff, Czechoslovak; Major Gaston Renondeau, French;
Major J. Broz, Czechoslovak, and Captain F. B. Rives, U. S. A.

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PERIOD LVII.

Germany and the Peace Treaty—Historic Ceremony at Versailles—Discussing Treaty Terms by Means of Notes—Public Sentiment in Germany: Protest Against Terms—The New Boundaries of Germany—The Dispute Over Fiume—The Austrian Peace Delegation—Among the Nations—Progress in American Demobilization—Japan's Claims in China Conceded—Fate of the German Colonies—Germany on the Eve of Peace—Starting the' German Revolution— Details of the Kaiser's Abdication—The First of March in Alsace—Hungary Menaced on Three Sides—German Austria Rejects Bolshevism—Poland and Other New States—Russia Under the Bolsheviki—The Affair of the Grand Dukes—Conditions in Greater Serbia— Greeks in the Balkans and Asia Minor—Queen Marie of Rumania—The League Covenant Revised—Making Historical Records on the Battlefield—International Labor Program—Greatest Battle in American History —Haig's Final Dispatch—Final Battles in Mesopotamia.

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