NAVAL WAR NOTES
Prepared by Lieutenant W. B. Jupp, U. S. Navy
Allies and U. S. Begin Supreme War Council.—Great Britain, France, Italy and the United States were represented at the session of the supreme war council which was convened at Versailles, France, January 29, presided over by Georges Clemenceau, the French premier.
The meeting is regarded as one of extraordinary importance, because the plan of operations during the coming campaign is expected to come before it for determination.
The United States was represented by General Tasker H. Bliss, Chief of Staff of the American Army. Arthur Hugh Frazier, Secretary of the American Embassy at Paris, attended as a diplomatic officer, to report the proceedings, but not to participate otherwise. The other participants in the conference were: