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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, 1919
(1919)

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CONTENTS
PERU:                                                             Page
Political affairs .7..  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  
.  720
Presumptive election of Augusto B. Legula as President-Overthrow
of President Pardo, July 4, 1919; assumption of power by Leguia
as Provisional President-New congressional election and plebiscite
on constitutional reforms; victory of the Government-Recognition
by the United States of Legula as head of the de facto govern-
ment, August 28-His inauguration as constitutional President,
October 12-Continued designation of his government by the United
States as de facto  ...  .    .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .   .   . .  720
Boundary dispute with Colombia. (See volume I, General.)
The Tacna-Arica question. (See volume I, General.)
Convention with the United States for facjlitating the work of traveling
salesmen. (See volume I, General.)
POLAND:
Recognition by the United States of the Polish provisional government,
January 22, 1919-Exchange of ministers .741
Treatment of Jews in Poland ......            . ... ... .       746
Reports of pogroms in December, 1918; representations of the Amer-
ican Government to the Polish National Committee-Agitation in
United States, April-June, 1919, concerning reported outrages-
Reports by the American Minister of investigations under his
direction-Appointment of a special investigating commission;
report of the commission  ...  .     .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .   .  746
SALVADOR:
Earthquake of April 28, 1919 Assistance of the American Red Cross  .  801
Convention with the United States for facilitating the work of traveling
salesmen. (See volume I, General.)
SPAIN:
Agreement between the United States and Spain extending the dura-
tion of the Arbitration Convention of April 20, 1908 .806
Withdrawal of denunciation of treaty of July 3, 1902, except as to
articles 23 and 24, terminated as of July 1, 1916-Understanding
with respect to Spanish transport taxes and American income
tax. (See volume I, General.)
SWEDEN:
Termination of the treaty of July 4, 1827, on February 4, 1919; con-.
tinuance of the convention of June 1, 1910. (See volume I, General.)
TURKEY:
Appointment of an American Commissioner, November 30, 1918-
Reopening of consulates-Appointment of a High Commissioner,
August 12, 1919  ...  .      .  .  .  .  .   .... .   .  .  .   .  810
Reopening of trade, February 17, 1919 .    .         . . . . .  813
Termination of court actions conflicting with the capitulations . . .  814
Relief work in Turkish territories  .......         ...    .    817
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