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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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Neutrality (see also Spanish Civil War:
     Non-intervention; and under Bel-
     gium):
   Philippine citizens going abroad to
       enter foreign military or naval
       service, U. S. request concerning,
       871-872
   Pittman, Sen. Key, speech of, 376-377,
      379
  U. S. legislation:
     British desire for amendment of,
         100
    Neutrality Act (1935), and exten-
         sions of Jan. 8 and May 1, 105,
         233, 294, 344, 450, 451, 453, 461,
         463, 464, 567, 587, 589
    Views of State Department, 868-
        873
Newv Zealand, 753, 925, 927
Nicaragua:
  Buenos Aires treaties, ratification of,
      384
  Cancellation of debt to United States.
      861n
  Hull's statement on principles of in-
      ternational policy, comments on,
      734-736
Nine-Power   (Brussels)  Conference
     (Nov. 3-24), 134, 139, 422, 608, 610,
     834, 968; German refusal to attend,
     429,610-611; Italian refusal to join,
     615
Non-intervention. See under Spanish
    Civil War.
Norway (see also Disarmament Con-
    ference; Oslo States):
  European political developments, re-
      ports from, 41-46, 80-82
  European situation, attitude toward,
      41-46
  Hull's statement on principles of in-
      ternational policy, comments on,
      713-714, 766-767
  Madrid Embassy refugees, 486
  Whaling Agreement (June 8), 925,
      927; Whaling Statistics, Commit-
      tee for, 921
Nye Committee, 683-684
Nyon Conference. See Spanish Civil
    War: Mediterranean Conference.
Oil pollution at sea, U. S. effort to ob-
    tain German and Italian considera-
    tion of draft international conven-
    tion for prevention of, 970-974
Open cities, attack on, 87, 290
Open-door policy, 810, 816
Orr, Charles A. and Lois C., case of, 518
Oslo States:
  Conferences at The Hague and Brus-
      sels, 826-831, 834, 839-841
  Convention signed May 28, 680n, 839-
      841
  Convention of 1930, cited, 13, 714,
      826n, 830
Ottawa Agreements (1932), 73, 810
Panama, 764-766
Pan American movement, 838
Paraguay, 467, 486, 714-715
Peru:
  Hull's statement on principles of in-
      ternational policy, comments on,
      737
  Sugar: Allotments under article 9 (c)
      of International Sugar Agree-
      ment, question of, 952-953, 959,
      960, 961, 962-965, 966, 967-968,
      969; export quotas, 938, 954;
      participation in U. S. market,
      question of, 952-953, 954
  Uruguayan proposal for recognition
      of belligerent rights in Spain,
      reply to, 391
Peterhoif, The, 601, 602, 603
Philippines:
  Independence Act (1934), cited, 979!,
      983-984, 988, 990
  Japan: Attitude toward, 986: na-
      tionals in, 978
  Passports for foreign military or
      naval service, U. S. instructions
      regarding, 871-872
  Quezon, Manuel L. (President). de-
      sire to attend British coronation,
      978-979
  Refugees in Spain, U. S. assistance
      to. 476, 479, 481-482
  Regulation of relations between Phil-
      ippine Government and foreign
      consuls, 980-990
  Sugar: Representation at Interna-
      tional Sugar Conference and on
      Sugar Council. 932. 954. 956, 958:
      quotas, 937, 940, 942, 954; stipu-
      lations favoring, in case of
      change in U. S.-Philippine rela-
      tionship, 949
  U. S. plans regarding future of, 978-
      979, 984
Pittman, Sen. Key, neutrality speech,
    376-377, 379
Pius XI (Pope), as mediator in Spanish
    conflict, 367, 372, 373
Poland:
Anti-Comintern Pact, refusal to join,
      609
  Baltic bloc, 81
  Beck-Delbos  conversations, 50-51,
      189-191
  Chicago speech of President Roose-
      velt. 137-138, 151-152
 Communism, attitude toward. 35
 Czechoslovakia, relations with, 40-41,
      119, 163, 189-190
 Declaration of .1934, 32-37
 Economic and financial situation,
     119, 165
 European political developments, re-
      ports from, 24-26, 32-37, 4041,
      120-121, 137-138, 147, 151-152,
      162-165, 189-191, 211-214
 Franco-Polish Alliance, 32. 34, 62.
     120, 158, 189; Belgian neutrality,
     relation to, 77; conversations
     concerning, 206


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