In this case from the fact that the Soviet government sent a proposal to the truce and peace talks to all the belligerent powers, and not only to Germany, simply waved away both from the inessential. Entente desire for a truce not expressed their, and therefore there was no point in considering the hypothetical scenario, should speak only about the most threatening. The Soviet government, however, strictly follow the course outlined in the Decree on Peace. 8 (21) On November the head of the Commissariat for Foreign Affairs sent a note to the ambassadors of the Entente. It said: "Drawing your attention to the approved Russian Congress of Soviets of Workers 'and Soldiers' Deputies, the text offers an armistice and a democratic peace without annexations and indemnities, on the basis of self-determination, I have the honor to ask you to look at the document, both on the formal offer immediate truce on all fronts and the immediate opening of peace talks - a proposal with which the authority of the Russian government of the republic addresses at the same time to all the belligerent peoples and their governments, ".
Robert Mapplethorpe: Ten by Ten
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