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  • Subject is exactly "World War I, aftermath"

Addams discusses the food situation in Europe as a grim specter over any attempts at peace. This speech was delivered as part of the Social Welfare Conference at the Elm Street Church in Chillicothe.. MO

A description of the policy for getting photographs of World War I soldiers' graves.

Pierce provides information for those who lost family and friends in World War I.

Pierce sends Addams information regarding locating and photographing the graves of American soldiers in France.

Addams describes the trip she took to locate Hulbert's brother's grave in France.

Addams sends Hulbert a postcard showing the devastation of France after World War I.

Addams discusses the role of American women as economic factors in the post-World War I global economy.

A summary of Addams' remarks to the Baltimore Yearly Meeting of Friends about conditions in Europe and her trip through Germany.

The Society reports on the impact of the war on deep-sea fishing in Geestemunde.

Addams explores the role that American women will have in rebuilding the world and the economy.

Addams argues for post war relief and the establishment of the League of Nations and other international organizations to help guarantee the peace. The speech was given at the University Auditorium as part of the Farmer's Week celebration.

The International Red Cross reports on the number of Austrian and Hungarian prisoners of war held in Siberia.

This document recounts the milk shortages in several Central European countries and emphasizes the importance of milk for children and the ill.

The paper reports on discussions of milk shortage and child welfare in Germany held at the Paris Peace Conference.

Addams sends Kellogg a petition calling for women to support efforts to release prisoners of war held in France and Russia.

The Swiss Red Cross reports on the deaths of children in the City Children's Asylum and White Cross Hospitals in Budapest.

Abderhalden asks Wells for help funding a plan to feed starving German children.

Balch writes a long letter to Addams, detailing her life, the WILPF office in Geneva, activities regarding prisoner of war, and international education.

Lewis worries to Addams over the many pressing needs facing the WILPF and the difficulty of deciding where to act

The Committee announces it formation and seeks to gather opinions about the resumption of international relations.

The Comité protests the exclusion of Germany from the League of Nations and protests the Versailles Treaty as unfair and seeks to replace it with one designed to keep the peace.

Balch updates Addams on remaining costs from the Congress and discusses the need for child welfare in Hungary.

Hamilton tells Smith about her travels with Addams, makes comments on their companions, and their plans to go to Germany.

Addams explains the travel restriction that limit the number of American delegates to the International Congress of Women and asks who will be able to make the trip.

Wood tells Addams about conditions in Germany and hopes to see her before she heads back to America.

Rolland calls upon the people of all nations to unite now that World War I has ended and throw off nationalism in favor of working for humanity.

Barbusse announces the creation of Clarté, a group of writers and artists, seeking political and social change.
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