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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1937. General
(1937)

Index,   pp. [995]-1015 ff. PDF (8.2 MB)


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Italy-Continued
Mussolini, Benito-Continued
    Correspondence with Chamberlain,
       113-114, 115, 116
    Interview given to William Philip
        Simms, 655-657, 709, 786, and
        reaction to, 657-661
   Letter to President Roosevelt, 662n-
        663n
    Public declaration of Italian inter-
        vention in Spain, 381, 420
  Naval armaments limitation, 619, 621,
      628-629, 633, 635-636
  Nine-Power Conference, refusal to
      join, 615
  Oil pollution at sea, attitude toward
      draft international convention
      for the prevention of, 970, 971,
      972-973
  Press campaign against France, 156,
      159, 182; United Kingdom, 156,
      182; United States, 156
  Rearmament program, 65
  Recognition of Empire, desire for,
      166, 616
  Report by Bullitt of conversations in,
      166-167
  Ribbentrop's visit to Rome, 609
  Rome-Berlin (-Tokyo) Axis, 82-83,
      116, 128, 138, 147, 156, 179, 185,
      202-204, 213
  South Tyrol, German nationals in, 172
  Syndicalists, 280
  Textile Conference, I. L. 0. (Apr. 2-
      17), 976
  United Kingdom: Deterioration of re-
      lations, 65-66; Mediterranean
      Accord (Jan. 2), 42, 216-217, 230;
      press campaign against, 156, 182;
      propaganda in Near East, anti-
      British, 185
  Vatican, 660-661
  Yugoslavia: Negotiations with, 259-
      260, 266-267; pact with (Mar.
      25), 66-68, 69-71, 788
Japan (see also Abti-Comintern Pact;
    Far Eastern situation):
  Anglo-French attitude toward, 182
  China, objectives in, 129
  Disarmament convention proposed,
      attitude toward, 19
  Economic and financial condition, 166
  Hull's statement on principles of in-
      ternational policy, comments on,
      701-702, 787
   League of Nations Raw Materials
      Committee, attitude toward, 805-
      806, 812, 813, 818
  Naval armaments limitation, 73-74,
      618-635 pas8iM; statements as to
      intentions, 622-623, 634-635
   Oil pollution at sea, attitude toward
       draft international convention
       for the prevention of, 971
  Panay, attack on, 210
  Philippines: Attitude toward, 986;
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Japan-Continued
Rearmament program, Japanese, 60
Rearmament program, U. S., effect of,
     87-88
 Recognition of Franco regime in
     Spain, rumor of, 616
 Report by Bullitt of conversation
     with Japanese Ambassador ia
     Poland, 165-166
 Reversion to law of force, 141-145
 Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis, 202-204,
     213
 Shanghai, attack on, 122
 Trade problems, U. S. progressive
     adjustment of, 104-105
 Whaling industry, 920, 923; Confer-
     ence, 925
Java, 938, 941
Jews, position of: Germany, 174;
   Poland, 119, 165, 190
Johnson Act (1934), 676, 849, 858-861
Jones-Costigan Act (1934), 949
Kellogg-Briand Pact (1928), 718, 728,
   729, 733, 743, 745, 747, 772, 785
King, Mackenzie, 641-648
Lansbury, George, 76, 650-651, 653, 654
Latin America (see also specific coun-
   tries):
 Anti-Comintern Pact, 613
 Doctrine of force applied to, 141-142
 German ambitions in, 641
 German-Italian influence, 195
 Hull's statement on principles of in-
      ternational policy, 704
  U. S. instructions to diplomatic
      and consular officers concerning
      traffic in arms, 862467
Latvia: Hull's statement on principles
    of international policy, comments
    on, 744-746; indebtedness to United
    States, 861; Scandinavian-Baltic
    bloc, 81
League of Nations (see also under
    Spanish Civil War):
  Article XVI of Covenant, 187
  Attitude toward naval armaments
      limitation, 621-622; Rome-Berlin
      (-Tokyo) Axis, 147, 202-204;
      Van Zeeland mission, 836-837
  Danzig harbor incident, 33
  Disarmament Section of Secretariat,
      4
  Draft convention for prevention of
      oil pollution at sea, consideration
      of, 970-974
  Economic cooperation, U. S. interest
      in furthering League efforts to
      promote, 803-825
  Events warranting change of view-
      point in relation to, 212-214
  Frangois-Poncet's evaluation of, 123
  Germany, relation to, 62, 63, 65, 197
  Hull's statement on principles of in-
      ternational policy, comments on,
      802
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