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Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1944. General: economic and social matters

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Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1944. General: economic and social matters
Volume II
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944

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

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

Contents, pp. V-VI

Informal and exploratory discussions regarding postwar economic policy, pp. 1-105

United Nations monetary and financial conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, July 1-22, 1944, pp. 106-135

Anglo-American discussions concerning economic policy toward European neutrals in the transitional and postwar periods, pp. 136-153

Anglo-American cooperation on policies and problems concerning the proclaimed and statutory lists in the eastern and western hemispheres, pp. 154-212

Concern of the United States over enemy attempts to secrete funds or other assets in neutral countries: inception of the Safehaven program, pp. 213-251

Negotiations for the establishment of a food relief program for German-occupied Europe, pp. 252-300

Anglo-American negotiations relating to the provision of civilian supplies for liberated areas in the military and post-military periods, pp. 301-330

Participation by the United States in the work of the United Nations relief and rehabilitation administration, pp. 331-354

Preliminary and exploratory discussions regarding international civil aviation; conference held at Chicago, November 1-December 7, 1944, pp. 355-613

Anglo-American-Soviet discussions regarding the establishment of a European economic committee and a European coal organization, pp. 614-638

Interallied shipping conference, London, July 19-August 5, 1944; agreement signed August 5, 1944; and negotiations for implementation of agreement, pp. 639-737

Agreement in priciple by the United States to participate in a provisional international administration of the Danube proposed by the British government, pp. 738-739

Anglo-American agreement for the transfer of American cargo vessels to the British flag for temporary wartime duty (the Land-Leathers Agreement), pp. 740-742

Discussions regarding the establishment of a European inland transport organization; conference held at London, October 10, 1944, to September 27, 1945, pp. 743-931

International whaling conference, London, January 1944, and protocol signed February 7, 1944, pp. 932-949

Termination of International Rubber Regulation Agreement; participation of the United States in exploratory discussions for a new agreement, pp. 950-988

Protocol signed August 31, 1944, extending the duration of the International Sugar Agreement, pp. 989-1006

Interest of the United States in the convening of a regular conference of the International Labor Union (26th session), Philadelphia, April 20-May 12, 1944, pp. 1007-1025

Agreements between the United States and the United Kingdom and between the United States, the United Kingdom, and Belgium regarding the acquisition and control of uranium, pp. 1026-1030

Interest of the United States in measures for the protection and salvage of artistic and historic monuments in war areas, pp. 1031-1067

Initiative of the United States to secure cooperation among interested governments on measures to limit and control production and to suppress illicit traffic in opium, pp. 1068-1108

Index, pp. [1109]-1129 ff.

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