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Foreign relations of the United States : diplomatic papers, 1944. China

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United States Department of State
Foreign relations of the United States : diplomatic papers, 1944. China
Volume VI
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944

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

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

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. 1-215

Mission of Vice President Wallace to China, June 1944; conversations between Vice President Wallace and Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, pp. 216-246

Special missions to China by Major General Patrick J. Hurley and Mr. Donald M. Nelson as personal representatives of President Roosevelt, pp. 247-298

Political conditions in China; United States Army observer section sent to Communist territory; United States interest and concern regarding Kuomintang-Communist relations and negotiations, pp. 299-757

Interest of the United States in Sino-Soviet relations, particularly in relation to border incidents and internal revolts in Sinkiang Province, pp. 758-823

Financial relations between the United States and China: Chinese request for billion dollar loan; reverse Lend-Lease negotiations; negotiations and agreement respecting payments for United States Army expenditures in China, pp. 824-951

United States policies respecting control of Lend-Lease supplies to China; consideration of supply route to China through Tibet, pp. 952-981

Representations by the United States regarding registration of American business firms, trade-marks, and copyrights in China, pp. 982-1007

Preliminary discussions regarding the negotiation of a treaty of friendship, commerce, and navigation with China, pp. 1008-1022

Proposed consular convention between the United States and China, pp. 1023-1031

Representations regarding Chinese restrictions on remittances to the United States by American film distributors in China, pp. 1032-1039

Interest of the United States in plans and policies of the Chinese government for postwar economic development, pp. 1040-1097

Representations to the Chinese government regarding bandit attacks upon United States Army convoys in Yunnan, pp. 1098-1110

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. 1111-1155

Inquiry by the United States regarding Chinese plans for assumption of control over the diplomatic quarter at Peiping and the international settlements at Shanghai and Amoy, pp. 1156-1158

Agreement between the United States and China regarding military service with additional exchange of notes, pp. 1159-1160

Representations to the Chinese government protesting its order for the abolition of the China Foundation for the Promotion of Education and Culture, pp. 1161-1164

Exchange of views between the United States and China regarding the administration of liberated areas, pp. 1165-1170

United States proposals for Chinese-American consultation respecting future status of Korea, pp. 1171 ff.

Index, pp. [1173]-1206 ff.

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