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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)

Index,   pp. [959]-971 ff. PDF (4.9 MB)


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INDEX
France-Continued
  Currency: Effect of devaluation, 275,
      277-278, 279, 280, 285; stabiliza-
      tion agreement with United King-
      dom and United States (1936), 7
  Customs frauds, agreement with
      United States for suppression of
      (1936), 311
  Double taxation convention of 1932,
      discussion with United States
      concerning addendum to, 285-297
    Draft addendum, protocol, and
        commentary, 287-295
    Tax evasion, exchange of informa-
        tion with regard to, 290, 295,
        297
  Germany, suggestion of plan to pro-
      vide trade outlets for, 276
  Egypt, Montreux Conference for the
      Abolition of Capitulations in, 644,
      646, 647, 652, 659, 663
  Ethiopia, discontinuation of mission-
      ary activity in, 708
  Palestine, interest in, 898-899
  St. Pierre-Aliquelon, negotiations for
      suppression of liquor smuggling
      Into United States from, 298-311
  Sweden, conventions of 1936 relating
      to double taxation and reciprocal
      assistance with regard to fiscal
      evasion, 297
  Trade agreement with United States
      (1936), U. S. representations re-
      specting import control measures
      in alleged violation of, 275-285
Freedom of the press, 374, 375, 376-377,
    724
Freedom of religion, 652, 662
Freedom of speech, 369, 370, 374, 375,
    385, 724
French, Elena, 701
General Motors Corp., 228
Germany, 319-405
  Afghanistan, interest in U. S. oil con-
      cession in, 598, 602, 739
  Churches, intensification of repres-
      sive measures against, 320, 332
  Citizenship law of Sept. 1935, 322-323,
      324
  Claims pending before Mixed Claims
      Commission, negotiations for set-
      tlement of, 348-367
    Drier claim, 351, 363n, 364
    Late claims, 352-353, 367
    Lusitania claims, 357.
    Munich discussions and settlement
        (1936), 349, 350, 353, 354, 355,
        359-360, 362-363
    Sabotage claims, 348, 349, 350, 353-
        365 passim
 Colonial ambitions, 821, 826, 847, 852
 Consular officers, discussions regard-
      ing right to correspond directly
      with authorities on certain pro-
      tection matters, 386-392
Germany--Continued
Dodd, William E. (U.S. Ambassador),
     German Informal representations
     with respect to certain utterances
     by, 377-385 passim
 Economic situation (see also Trade,
      infra) : Four-year economic plan,
      330; Schacht, Hjalhnar, 332, 339
 Educational institutions, regulations
      concerning, 322-323
 Hitler, Adolf, 322, 367-377, 384-385
 Iran, interest in U. S. oil concession
      in, 738, 739, 741
 Jews, persecution of, 319-327, 332;
     B'nai B'rith lodges, dissolution of,
     319-320,321; business and profes-
     sional regulations, 324; citizen-
     ship law of Sept. 1935, 322-323,
     324; "culture league," supervision
     of, 321; educational regulations,
     322-323; emigration and re-entry,
     320, 325, 326; funds, confiscation
     of, 320, 321; Goering, activities of,
     323, 325; influence of external
     events, 319, 321, 322, 323, 325;
     meetings, ban on, 320, 321; pass-
     ports, confiscation and granting
     of, 319-320, 321,325,326
 La Guardia, Fiorello H. (Mayor of
     New York), informal representa-
     tions regarding derogatory re-
     marks about Chancellor Hitler
     by, 367-377; effects of, 319, 321,
     367; official U. S. view, 373-374
 Mixed   Claims   Commission. See
     Claims, supra.
 Motion pictures, informal represen-
     tations regarding warning to
     Americans against acting in pie-
     tures declared inimical to Ger-
     man interests, 392-394; German
     film exhibition law, 393
 Nuremberg, Reich Party Rally at
      (1937), diplomatic representa-
      tion at, 378-379, 380
 Oslo Convention (1930), interest In
     adhering to, 523
 Press attack on United States, 368-
     370, 371, 372, 373, 463
 Schacht, Hialmar, 332, 339
 Trade relations with-
   Australia, 154
   Greece, 419, 421
   Turkey, clearing and compensation
       arrangements with, 944-945
   United States, 327-348
     Complaint of U. S. discrimina-
          tion, 340
     Payment practices, 327-328, 335-
         337; barter system, 330-331,
         343-348
     Trade agreement, discussion of
          possibility of, 329, 330-331;
          attitude toward most-favy
          ored-nation policy, 331, 334,
          335-336, 338-339
   Yugoslavia, 587


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