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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States. The Soviet Union, 1933-1939
(1933-1939)

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                             CONTENTS
                                                                        Page
PREFACE  . . . . . . . . . . . . .   . . . . . . . . .     . .          
 III
LIST OF PERSONS .VII
LIST OF PAPERS..                             . ..........               
XI
1933:
  Recognition by the United States of the Soviet Union, November 16,
      1933 ...........1............... . .
1934:
  Negotiations to implement the agreements of November 1933, in regard
      to claims, credits, and other matters between the United States and
      the Soviet Union ............              .                      
 63
1925:
  Failure of negotiations to implement the agreements of November 1933,
      in regard to claims and credits between the United States and the
      Soviet Union; reduction of Embassy personnel and abolition of the
      Consulate General at Moscow -. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        166
  Agreement to facilitate and increase trade between the United States
      and the Soviet Union, effected by an exchange of notes signed at
      Moscow on July 13, 1935 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       
192
  Protest to the Soviet Union against activities of the Seventh Congress
      of the Communist International as a violation of pledged noninter-
      ference in the internal affairs of the United States . . . . . . .
.  218
  Postponement of construction of an American Embassy in Moscow because
      of inability to arrive at satisfactory agreements regarding building.
 268
  Adhesion of the Soviet Union to the Spitzbergen Treaty of February 9,
      1920, with the consent of the United States.. . . . . . . . . .   
278
  Agreement between the United States and the Soviet Union relative to
      the execution of letters rogatory, effected by exchange of notes
      signed at Moscow on November 22, 1935 ...        .... .           280
1936:
  Reports on developments of significance concerning Soviet relations with
      other countries, especially with the United States ... .  .  .   .
 281
  Commercial agreement between the United States and the Soviet Union
      continuing in force until July 13, 1937, the agreement of July 13,
      1935, effected by exchange of notes signed on July 11, 1936 . . . 
322
  Clarification of the assignment of November 16, 1933, by which assets
      in the United States of former Russian Governments had been
      assigned to the United States by the Soviet Union ... .  .  .   . 
345
1937:
  Reports on developments of significance concerning Soviet relations with
      other countries, especially with the United States . .   ......  357
  Commercial agreement between the United States and the Soviet Union,
      effected by exchange of notes signed on August 4, 1937 . . . . .  405
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