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Foreign relations of the United States : diplomatic papers, 1943. China

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United States Department of State
Foreign relations of the United States : diplomatic papers, 1943. China
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943

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[Title page] Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1943. China, pp. [I]-[II]

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

Contents, pp. V-VI

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. 191-399 ff.

Financial relations between the United States and China, pp. 401-490

Aid to China under the Lend-Lease program, pp. 491-514

Difficulties of United States operations in China due to unfavorable exchange; negotiations with Chinese government regarding a reverse Lend-Lease agreement, pp. 515-589

Efforts to establish a supply route to China via Iran, the Soviet Union, and Sinkiang, pp. 590-613

Objections to proposed survey of a supply route to China via India, Afghanistan, and the Soviet Union, pp. 614-619

Efforts to establish a supply route to China through Tibet; attitude of the United States toward status of Tibet, pp. 620-644

Arrangements to obtain strategic materials for the United States from China, pp. 645-660

Support by the Department of State of Chinese requests for planes for internal transport in China, pp. 661-686

Interest of the United States in maintenance of administrative integrity of Chinese maritime customs; appointment of an American as Acting Inspector General of Customs, pp. 687-689

Treaty between the United States and China for relinquishment of extraterritorial rights in China and the regulation of related matters, signed January 11, 1943, p. 690

Agreement between the United States and China regarding jurisdiction over criminal offenses committed by American armed forces in China, effected by exchange of notes signed May 21, 1943, pp. 691-700

Attitude of the United States toward status of the China Foundation for the Promotion of Education and Culture after termination of the Boxer Protocol of 1901, pp. 701-709

Discussion of negotiation of comprehensive commmercial treaty between the United States and China, pp. 710-715

Protection of American lives and property in China and representations regarding bandit attack upon a United States Army convoy in Yunnan, pp. 716-726

Opening of new American diplomatic and consular posts in China, pp. 727-731

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. 732-764

Representations by the Chinese Embassy concerning designations given to outlying provinces of China by certain American map makers, pp. 765-768

Repeal of Chinese exclusion laws by the United States, pp. 769-787

Negotiations with respect to the treatment of Chinese seamen in American ports, pp. 788-812

Applicability of the Selective Service Act to Chinese students in the United States, pp. 813-817

Refusal of the United States to permit the relay of Chinese broadcasts to South American countries through the United States, p. 818

Assistance by the United States in securing admission of China as a signatory to the Four-Power Declaration on general security, signed at the meeting of foreign ministers in Moscow, pp. 819-835

Exchange of views between the United States and China regarding the administration of liberated areas, pp. 836-840

Interest of the United States concerning Chinese postwar planning, pp. 841-881

Consideration of proposed entry of Chinese troops into Indochina to combat Japanese forces in that colony, pp. 882-888

Taking over by Chinese government of Yunnan section of French Indochina-Yunnan railway; expression of interest by the United States on behalf of the French, pp. 889-892

Exchange of views between the United States and China regarding the future status of Korea and the question of recognizing a provisional Korean government, pp. 893 ff.

Index, pp. [895]-908 ff.

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