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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1934. The Far East
(1934)

List of papers,   pp. V-LXXXVI PDF (27.8 MB)


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                        LIST OF PAPERS
  (Unless otherwise specified, the correspondence is from or to officials
in the Department of State.)
THE FAR EASTERN CRISIS: JAPANESE POLITICO-ECONOMIC
      PENETRATION IN CHINA SOUTH OF "MANCHOUKUO"
                   CHAPTER I: JANUARY 1--APRIL 16, 1934
Subject
From the Ambassador in, Germany
  Conversation with the Netherland Minister concerning a
change in Japanese foreign policy envisaging more extensive con-
trol of the Far East, and developments toward that end.
From the Minister in China (tel.)
  Report of general belief that an announcement will be forth-
coming concerning plans for the establishment of Pu-yi as
"Emperor of a Colonial Mongol Mancbu Kingdom" on March 1;
opinion that the proposed coronation is designed to bring the
Mongols of Inner Mongolia under Japanese control.
From the Ambassador in Japan
  Observations with respect to the political significance of the
Japanese step toward coronation of Pu-yi as "Emperor of
Manchoukuo."
From the Ambassador in Japan
  Conversation with the Soviet Ambassador concerning possible
renewal of Soviet-Japanese negotiations for the sale of the
Chinese Eastern Railway; Soviet Ambassador's opinion that
plans to establish "Manchoukuo" as a kingdom are for the specific
purpose of eventual Japanese assimilation of North China and
other adjacent territory.
From the Minister in China (tel.)
  From Harbin, January 16: Japanese Consul General's confirm-
ation of report that Pu-yi will be made emperor on March 1.
From the Minister in China
  R6sume of observations of a Japanese diplomatic officer con-
cerning the division of opinion among Japanese leaders with
respect to Japanese ambitions in China.
From the Consul General at Harbin to the Minister in China
  Information concerning recent "Manchoukuo"-Soviet con-
versations preparatory to resumption of negotiations for the sale
of the Chinese Eastern Railway.
From the Ambassador in Japan (tel.)
  Report of repercussions arising from publicity given to an
address delivered by Stanley K. Hornbeck, Chief of the Division
of Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State, on "Principles of
American Policy in Relation to the Far East" before the Ninth
Conference on the Cause and Cure of War, Washington, D. C.
From the Ambassador in Japan (tel.)
  Report of general belief that Germany, in view of her with-
drawal from the League of Nations, may no longer maintain her
former attitude of nonrecognition of "Manchoukuo".
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  1934
  Jan. 6
  (401)
  Jan. 9
  (21)
Jan. 11
  (640)
Jan. 11
  (644)
Jan. 17
  (42)
Jan. 17
(2470)
Jan. 18
(2757)
Jan. 22
  (12)
Jan. 22
  (13)


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