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Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1942. China

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United States Department of State
Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1942. China
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942

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[Title page] Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1942. China, pp. [I]-[II]

Preface, Perkins, E. R. pp. III-IV

Contents, pp. V ff.

General wartime relations between the United States and China, with emphasis on China's military position and United States efforts to give military assistance to China, pp. 1-190

Political conditions in China; Sino-Soviet relations; attitude of the United States toward threatened Kuomintang-Communist conflict, pp. 191-267

Negotiations for relinquishment by the United States of extraterritorial rights in China, pp. 268-418

Financial relations between the United States and China, pp. 419-565

Lend-lease agreement between the United States and China, signed June 2, 1942, pp. 566-572

Aid to China under the lend-lease program, pp. 573-590

Efforts to establish a supply route to China via Iran, the Soviet Union, and Sinkiang, pp. 591-623

Efforts to establish a supply route to China through Tibet; attitude of the United States toward status of Tibet, pp. 624-631

Arrangements to obtain strategic materials for the United States from China, pp. 632-672

Support by the Department of State of Chinese requests for planes for internal transport in China, pp. 673-679

Interest of the United States in maintenance of administrative integrity of Chinese Maritime Customs, pp. 680-682

Opening of new American diplomatic and consular posts in China, pp. 683-696

Cultural relations program of the Department of State to provide technical assistance to China and to facilitate greater cultural cooperation between the United States and China, pp. 697-727

Unwillingness of the United States to grant Chinese request for the formation of Chinese volunteer corps in Hawaii, pp. 728-729

Interest of the United States concerning Chinese postwar planning, pp. 730-748

Consideration of proposed entry of Chinese troops into Indochina to combat Japanese forces in that colony, pp. 749-760

Exchange of views between Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek and President Roosevelt regarding situation in India, p. 761

Exchange of views between the United States and China regarding the future status of Korea and the question of recognizing a provisional Korean government, p. 762

Index, pp. [763]-782 ff.

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