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Foreign relations of the United States : diplomatic papers, 1945. The Far East, China

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United States Department of State
Foreign relations of the United States : diplomatic papers, 1945. The Far East, China
Volume VII
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945

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[Title page] Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1945: volume VII. The Far East, 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 (January-August 11), pp. 1-152

Political conditions in China prior to the Japanese surrender; good offices of Ambassador Hurley to end conflict between the national government and the Communists (January-August), pp. 153-444

Political conditions in China following the Japanese surrender; continued interest of the United States in efforts to end conflict between the national government and the Communists (August-December), pp. 445-491

Questions involving Japanese surrender arrangements, pp. 492-526

General situation in China following Japanese surrender: civil strife between Communists and national government forces; Chinese government requests for American aid and advice; use of American military forces to aid in evacuation of Japanese from China, pp. 527-721

Resignation of Ambassador Patrick J. Hurley; correspondence respecting certain charges made by the Ambassador, pp. 722-744

The Marshall mission: instructions to General of the Army George C. Marshall regarding United States policy toward China; first conferences in China, pp. 745-828

Discussions at the Moscow meeting of foreign ministers (December 16-26) regarding withdrawal of Soviet and American troops from China, pp. 829-850

Sino-Soviet relations, pp. 851-1054

Financial relations between the United States and China: efforts to assist in curbing inflation in China; shipment of gold to China; financial settlement of yuan expenditures by United States military forces; Lend-Lease questions; disposal of surplus property; exchange rates, etc., pp. 1055-1205

Representation by the United States regarding registration of American business firms in China; efforts to persuade the Chinese government to modify provisions of proposed company law, pp. 1206-1257

Preliminary discussions regarding the negotiation of a treaty of friendship, commerce and navigation with China, pp. 1258-1326

Representations regarding Chinese restrictions on remittances to the United States by American film distributors in China, pp. 1327-1331

Interest of the United States in plans and policies of the Chinese government for postwar economic reconstruction and in promotion of American trade interests in China, pp. 1332-1379

Postwar transfer of foreign diplomatic quarter, international settlements, and concessions to China, pp. 1380-1387

Protection of American lives and property in China; repatriation of American citizens interned in China during the war and restoration of American property in liberated China, pp. 1388-1424

Arrangements for providing technical assistance from the United States for China, pp. 1425-1449

Dissatisfaction of the United States with results of first trial by Chinese court of an American citizen, pp. 1450-1456

Reopening of American consular posts in liberated China and requests respecting radio communications, pp. 1457-1475

Objections by the United States to the Chinese government's exclusion of certain American press correspondents, pp. 1476-1482

Exchange of views between the United States and China regarding the administration of liberated areas, pp. 1483-1487

Exchange of views between the United States and China on the future status of Korea and the question of recognizing a provisional Korean government, p. 1488

Index, pp. [1489]-1506 ff.

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