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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1948. Eastern Europe; The Soviet Union
(1948)

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Page VII


                             CONTENTS
                                                                       Page
P'REFAcE..........................                                      
III
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS ....... . ....                  ..    
Ix
MULTILATERAL RELATIONS:
  United States economic and military aid to Greece and Turkey: The
      Truman Doctrine .......          ...     ..   ...    ..    .  .  1
  The Greek Frontier Question at the United Nations: The United States
      initiative..................... .                                 222
  Concern of the United States for the welfare of the peoples of Bulgaria,
      Hungary, and Romania; efforts to achieve the terms of the treaties
      of peace, and to protect United States interests . . . . . . . .  279
  Attitude of the United States toward Eastern Europe exile leaders and
      organizations ....................396
  Civil aviation policy of the United States toward the Soviet Union and
      Eastern Europe .    ................. .                           436
  United States policy on trade with the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
 489
  Participation of the United States in the Belgrade Conference on the
      Regime for Free Navigation of the Danube River . . . . . . .    593
CZECHOSLOVAKIA
  Attitude of the United States with respect to the Czechoslovak govern-
      mental crisis of February 1948 and its aftermath . . . . . . .  733
FINLAND:
   Interest of the United States in maintenance of the national independence
       of Finland. .  . .  . .  . .  . .  . .  . .  .  . .  . .  . .  . 
759
 UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS:
   Reports on developments of significance within the Soviet Union of con-
       cern to relations with the United States and other countries . . .
.  788
   Continuation of- efforts to negotiate: a Lend Lease settlement agreement
       with the Soviet Union; the return of eight mechant vessels . . . .
 950
   The case of the disappearance of Russian teachers, and the reciprocal
       closure of consulates general.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1024
 YUGOSLAVIA:
   Interest of the United States in the dispute between Yugoslavia and the
       Communist Information Bureau; efforts to reach agreement regard-
       ing mutual claims between the United States and Yugoslavia . . . 1054
 INDEX .. .                                                             
1121
                                                                    VII


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