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Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1932. General

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United States Department of State
Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1932. General
Volume I
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1932

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[Title page] Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1932: volume I. General, pp. [I]-[II]

Preface, pp. III-V ff.

Contents, pp. VII-VIII

Messages of the president of the United States to Congress, pp. IX-XXV ff.

List of persons, pp. XXVII-XXXV ff.

List of papers, pp. XXXVII-CXV ff.

Participation of the United States in international negotiations for disarmament, pp. 1-583

Efforts of interested governments to achieve a readjustment of war debt payments to the United States, pp. 584-807

Preliminaries to the International Monetary and Economic Conference to be held at London in 1933, pp. 808-845

Proposal for an economic confederation of Danubian States, pp. 846-860

Tension arising from German-Polish relations with respect to the Polish Corridor and Danzig, pp. 861-864

Participation of the United States in the International Radiotelegraph Conference, Madrid, September 3--December 9, 1932, pp. 865-896

Desire of the United States for early implementation of the convention for limiting the manufacture and regulating the distribution of narcotic drugs, concluded at Geneva, July 13, 1931, pp. 897-900

Conditional promise by the United States not to object to the adhesion of the Soviet Union to the Spitzbergen treaty of February 9, 1920, pp. 901-902

Suggested amendments to the regulations proposed by the International Conference on Safety of Life at Sea, 1929, pp. 903-913

Representations by foreign governments regarding certain congressional shipping bills dealing with "tourist cruises" and "fighting ships", pp. 914-943

Representations by foreign governments regarding congressional bills for the deportation of certain alien seamen, pp. 944-958

Representations by foreign governments with respect to Senate bills relating to payment of advance wages to seamen on foreign vessels, pp. 959-960

Index, pp. [961]-979 ff.

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