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Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1937. General

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United States Department of State
Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1937. General
Volume I
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1937

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[Title page] Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1937: volume I. General, pp. [I]-[II]

Preface, Perkins, E. R. pp. III-V ff.

Contents, pp. VII-VIII

Meeting of the bureau of the conference for the reduction and limitation of armaments, Geneva, May 31, 1937, pp. 1-23

Analyses and reports of general political developments in Europe affecting the maintenance of international order and the preservation of peace, pp. 24-214

The Spanish Civil War, pp. 215-604

Adherence by Italy to the German-Japanese accord of November 25, 1936, against the Communist International, pp. 605-617

Failure of negotiations among naval powers to establish 14-inch maximum gun caliber by reason of Japanese refusal to accept limitation, pp. 618-637

Suggestions for convening international conferences on economic cooperation and arms limitation viewed unfavorably by the Department of State until certain preliminary conditions should be met, pp. 638-664

Proposal for concerted international effort to reach common agreement on the principles of international conduct to maintain peace, pp. 665-670

Visit of Mr. Van Zeeland, Belgian prime minister, to the United States in connection with his mission to investigate obstacles to international trade, pp. 671-696

Statement on fundamental principles of international policy by the Secretary of State, July 16, 1937, and comments of foreign governments, pp. 697-802

Interest of the United States in furthering efforts of the League of Nations to promote international economic cooperation, pp. 803-825

Interest of the United States in the promotion of world peace through international economic cooperation, pp. 826-845

Status of intergovernmental debts owed the United States by reason of the First World War, pp. 846-855

Views of the Department of State with respect to a proposed international debt commission, pp. 856-857

Status of certain foreign governments under the Johnson Act with regard to obligations owed the United States, pp. 858-861

Attitude of the Department of State regarding the traffic in munitions and military or naval equiment as related to foreign policy, pp. 862-867

Views of the Department of State with respect to proposed legislation regarding neutrality policy, pp. 868-873

Representations to the British and Netherlands governments to seek further reduction of restrictions on rubber production, pp. 874-919

International Conference for the Regulation of Whaling, London, May 24--June 8, 1937, pp. 920-930

Participation of the United States in the International Sugar Conference held in London, April 5--May 6, 1937, pp. 931-951

Participation of the United States in the establishment and operation of the International Sugar Council, pp. 952-969

Unsuccessful effort to obtain German and Italian consideration of draft international convention for prevention of oil pollution at sea, pp. 970-974

Invitations extended by United States to International Labor Organization textile conference in Washington, April 2-17, 1937, pp. 975-977

Attitude of the United States regarding certain questions raised by the British government with respect to the Philippine Commonwealth, pp. 978-979

Regulation of relations between the government of the Philippine Commonwealth and foreign consuls, pp. 980-990

Tax exemption and customs courtesies enjoyed by foreign diplomatic and consular officers in the United States, pp. 991-994

Index, pp. [995]-1015 ff.

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