The,. Paris correspondent of ' the "New 'York World learns authoritatively that if the Allies do not agree to accept his 14 points as the basis of the .peace- treaty, Mr Wilson, with the entire American delegation, will;.- 'withdraw from the Conference, return to the. United States and ask Congress to declare the state of war ended between the United States and Germany.
Mr Frank H. Simonds, writing from Paris, says that Mr 'Wilson's, decision to send for the George Washington precipitates the final crisis with the Frencli Government. While regretting that, a- break.is apparently imminent, he is resolved-not to make any more surrenders on points essential to Franco's safety. Mr Lloyd George has abandoned. Mr Wilson, and, is. prepared to stand by France. He is told authoritatively that Mr Wilson has in his possession a sketch of a separate peace treaty between, the United States and Germany. Mr Wilson is now absolutely alone in Europe..' He • is- without support" from the French public, and his popularity, in-England is declining.
' It is reported tliat a. .tentative agreement has been reached between. Great Britain and the- United' States to aid France in the event :of attack, by Ger-
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WILSON'S ISOLATION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 19 April 1919
WILSON'S ISOLATION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 19 April 1919
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