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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1936. The Far East
(1936)

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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
                 CHAPTER I: JANUARY 1-APRIL 15, 1936
Subject
From the Chairman of the American Delegation to the London
    Naval Conference (tel.)
  Conversation with Craigie of British Foreign Office, who
stated he had learned the Japanese and Chinese were negoti-
ating a nonaggression pact, and suggested a nonaggression
pact in the Pacific for the United States, the United Kingdom,
and Japan.
From the Counselor of Embassy in China (tel.)
  Status of Sino-Japanese exchange of views preliminary to for-
mal discussions.
To the Ambassador in China (tel.)
  Transmittal of substance of telegram No. 34 of January 6
regarding a possible Sino-Japanese nonaggression pact; re-
quest for comments and any pertinent information.
  (Sent also to the Embassy in Japan as No. 2.)
From the Ambassador in China (tel.)
  Dissatisfaction of Japanese military with the anti-Japanese
actions and attitude of General Sung and his army.
From the Ambassador in China (tel.)
  Japanese demands for redress in connection with recent anti-
Japanese acts of General Sung's soldiers.
From the Ambassador in China (tel.)
  No knowledge of any proposal for Sino-Japanese nonag-
gression pact, and comments regarding the situation.
From the Ambassador in Japan (tel.)
  No knowledge of negotiations in regard to a Sino-Japanese
nonaggression pact, and comments regarding Craigie's pact
suggestions contained in No. 34 of January 6.
From the Chairman of the American Delegation (tel.)
  Impression of British Foreign Minister Eden that talk of
nonaggression pact is a play for time on the part of the Chinese.
From the Counselor of Embassy in China (tel.)
  Unconfirmed report of Japanese intention to land troops at
Foochow and Tsingtau.
From the Ambassador in China (tel.)
  Explanation, by a Japanese diplomatic official, of movements
of several Japanese officials whose activities had aroused appre-
hension.
From the Ambassador in China (tel.)
  Report on local political developments.
Date and
number
  1936
Jan. 6
  (34)
Jan. 7
   (4)
Jan. 7
   (4)
Jan. 9
   (9)
Jan. 9
  (10)
Jan. 9
  (11)
Jan. 9
   (7)
Jan. 10
  (40)
Jan. 10
  (10)
Jan. 13
  (15)
Jan. 14
  (17)
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