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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1937. The British Commonwealth, Europe, Near East and Africa
(1937)

Tanganyika territory,   pp. 939-940 PDF (481.4 KB)


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FOREIGN RELATIONS, 1937, VOLUME II
by the Council of the League of Nations, with a view to introducing
with the consent of the Council of the League of Nations, under
Article 12 of the mandate of East Africa and under Article 12 of the
mandate of Ruanda Urundi, such minor modifications in the boundary
as so defined as might seem desirable in view of the local geographical
conditions.
  You state that this treaty was submitted to the Council of the League
of Nations and was approved by the latter on the approval of the
Mandate Commission by a resolution dated September 6, 1935.5
  The Government of the United States takes note of this treaty
without prejudice to any rights which it may have in the territory
affected, under the treaty and protocol between the United States of
America and Belgium, signed at Brussels on April 18, 1923, and
January 21, 1924, and the convention between the United States of
America and Great Britain signed at London on February 10, 1925.
  Accept [etc.]                        For the Secretary of State:
                                               HuGaH R. WILsoN
 'League of Nations, Offioial Jowrnal, November 1935, p. 1147.
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