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Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1944. General

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United States Department of State
Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1944. General
Volume I
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944

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[Title page] Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1944: volume I. General, pp. [I]-[II]

Preface, Franklin, William M. pp. III-IV

Contents, pp. V-VI

Participation by the United States in the work of the European Advisory Commission, pp. 1-483

Consideration of the application of "unconditional surrender" terms to Germany; unofficial peace feelers from Germany, pp. 484-579

Application of the principle of unconditional surrender to Bulgaria, Hungary, and Rumania, pp. 580-613

Preliminaries to the establishment of an international organization for the maintenance of international peace and security, pp. 614-923

Interest of the United States in the reaction of non-participating goverments to the Dumbarton Oaks proposals, pp. 924-959

Attitude of the United States regarding the eligibility of the Vatican for membership in the proposed international organization, pp. 960-964

Participation of United States in the Conference of Allied Ministers of Education, London, April 5-29, 1944, and the proposed establishment of a United Nations organization for educational and cultural reconstruction, pp. 965-980

Governmental assistance to persons forced to emigrate for political or racial reasons, pp. 981-1191

Emergency measure for the welfare and repatriation of American citizens in enemy, former enemy, and enemy-occupied countries, pp. 1192-1226

Allied declarations and warnings regarding Nazi atrocities, pp. 1227-1264

Discussions regarding procedures and scope of the United Nations Commission for the Investigation of War Crimes, pp. 1265-1409

Representations to neutral governments against the granting of asylum to persons guilty of war crimes, pp. 1410-1454

Successful Anglo-American effort to effect Soviet participation in the work of the London Political Warfare Coordinating Committee, pp. 1455-1465

Establishment of the State-War-Navy Coordinating Committee, pp. 1466-1470

Policy of the United States with respect to diplomatic and consular property of enemy governments and the property of enemy diplomatic and consular personnel in liberated areas, pp. 1471-1505

Policy and attitude of the Department of State with regard to censorship, pp. 1507-1523 ff.

Appendix: reorganization of the Department of State, pp. 1525-1526 ff.

Index, pp. [1527]-1554 ff.

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