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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, 1931. The Far East
(1931)

List of papers,   pp. V-CVIII PDF (35.6 MB)


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LIST OF PAPERS
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                      THE FAR EASTERN CRISIS
OCCUPATION OF MANCHURIA BY JAPAN, BEGINNING OF JAPANESE MILITARY
  AGGRESSION, AND EFFORTS OF THE UNITED STATES AND OTHER POWERS TO
  PRESERVE PEACE-Continued
Subject
From the Charge in Japan (tel.)
  Japanese nonobjection to visit of American representatives
to Manchuria; plans for journey of Hanson and Salisbury.
To the Charge in Japan (tel.)
  Instructions for Hanson and Salisbury to report on extent
of Japanese occupation in light of treaty rights, form of civil
administration, damage to R. C. A. radio station, attitude of
Chinese in Manchuria, and Japanese intentions of withdrawal.
From the Minister in China (tel.)
  From Mukden: Report of election of provisional govern-
ment at Kirin and conditions in Mukden.
From the Consul at Geneva (tel.)
  Text of Chinese compromise proposal for a commission on
the spot.
From the Minister in China (tel.)
  Resignation of C. T. Wang and appointment of Alfred Sze
as Foreign Minister.
Memorandum by the Under Secretary of State of a Conversation
    With the Counselor of the French Embassy, September 28, 1931
  Accord of French Government with Department's attitude
and policy.
From the Minister in China
  Aspects of Japanese news report of alleged warning of the
Minister to the Japanese Counselor of Legation in a conversa-
tion, September 17, concerning Japan's intentions in Man-
churia (memorandum of conversation printed).
From the Consul at Geneva (tel.)
  Statement by President of League Council that Council has
recognized importance of withdrawal of Japanese troops into
the railway zone and the time element involved; Council's
adoption of resolution to meet again on October 14 to con-
sider situation as it then stands.
From the Consul at Geneva (tel.)
  Views of Drummond on the happenings in the Council;
his information that the Chinese have threatened an alliance
with Russia, but that the Japanese anticipate no difficulty
there; feeling that Chinese should act with independence
during the adjustment period ahead.
From the Minister in China (tel.)
  Report that Mukden trains are in service but not safe and
that some communications are functioning.
From the Charge in Japan (tel.)
  Information from Japanese General Staff as to distribution
of Japanese troops.
Memorandum by the Secretary of State
  Information from Japanese Ambassador that the tour of
Manchuria by American representatives was welcome and
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Date and
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  1931
Sept. 29
  (166)
Sept. 29
  (177)
Sept. 30
  (680)
Sept. 30
  (149)
Sept. 30
  (683)
Sept. 30
Sept. 30
  (1201)
Oct. 1
  (150)
Oct. 1
  (151)
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Oct. 1
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Oct. 1
  (170)
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