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  • Subject is exactly "World War I, aftermath"

Addams notes that she knows the German women who issued the appeal and does not believe it is a propaganda plan.

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

Addams makes the case for European relief to save starving children.

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

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

Hamburg reports on its inadequate food supplies and failing crops.

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

Addams and Hamilton detail in full their trip to countries once in the Central Powers for the Society of Friends, on the matter of food and relief distribution.

Addams and Hamilton detail in full their trip to Germany and Austria for the Society of Friends, on the matter of food and relief distribution. Descriptions include lack of food in urban areas, lack of medical care for children, and a shortage of milk. They request more funds for post-war work from the American Friends Relief Committee.

Addams and Hamilton detail their trip to Germany to see conditions for child welfare after World War I.

Robins tells Addams about Catherine Breshkovsky's views on Russia and her current American visit.

Falconer writes a letter to the editor criticizing the decision to cancel Addams's lecture at the University of Toronto.

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

Addams discusses the work that the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom has done since World War I to foster peace.

Kellogg writes Addams to discuss his work in Europe for the Red Cross and the role that the Survey and other journals can play in the post-war world.

Villard writes to Addams regarding Siberian prisoners of war and German food conditions.

Thomas telegrams Addams that the New York Fellowship of Reconciliation supports sending food relief in answer to the German women's appeal.

Parke asks Addams for a written statement on the movement for permanent peace after World War I.

Gund asks Addams to have the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom protest France's stationing of black soldiers in the Rhine due to reports of cruelty.

Terrell tells Addams that she cannot sign a petition calling for the removal of African-American soldiers from Germany on accusations of abuse of women. Terrell believes that it is race prejudice.

Taufflieb praises Addams's settlement work and explains that the French seek peace.

Schurgast tells Addams her views on international politics and German women's efforts for peace.

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.

Ernst tells Addams that she thinks the French occupation of the Rhine should not be stopped and that American women should resist the urge to object.