Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 - 874 páginas
On t.p. verso: Dept. of state."On January 2, 1943 the Department of state released a publication entitled 'Peace and war: United States foreign policy, 1931-1941,' containing references to a number of documents concerning the conduct of the foreign relations of the United States during that ten-year period. It was stated at the time that these documents would be published later. They are accordingly published herein, together with a reprint of the publication released on January 2"--Foreword.
 

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EUROPEAN WAR 1940
71
DEFENSE MEASURES OF THE UNITED STATES 1940
80
16
84
XII
88
17
95
German Attack on Russia
110
21
122
DISCUSSIONS WITH JAPAN 1941 PEARL HARBORContinued Page
139
UNITED NATIONS
151
The Minister in China Johnson to the Secretary of State Septem
155
The Secretary of State to the Chairman of the Committee
168
Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation
175
Memorandum by the Secretary of State to the Committee
183
The Consul General at Berlin Messersmith to the Under Secre
191
With the German Ambassador Luther October 9 1933
193
Rights and Duties of StatesConvention Signed at Montevideo
199
Informal and rsonal Message From the Japanese Minister
208
The Ambassador in Japan Grew to the Secretary of State April
214
Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation
220
Statement by the Honorable Norman H Davis Chairman of
226
The Consul at Berlin Geist to the Chief of the Division of Western
233
Statement by the Secretary of State December 29 1934
244
Memorandum by the Minister to Austria Messersmith Regarding
255
The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Italy Long August
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The Ambassador in Italy Long to the Secretary of State September
272
The Ambassador in Italy Long to the Secretary of State Sep
278
October 17 1935
284
The Minister in Switzerland Wilson to the Secretary of State
291
Statement by the Secretary of State December 5 1935
301
Address Delivered by President Roosevelt Before the Congress
304
President Roosevelt to the President of the Argentine Republic
311
Statement by the Honorable Norman H Davis Chairman of
317
Address Delivered by President Roosevelt at Chautauqua
323
Statement by the Department of State August 22 1936
329
The Ambassador in Japan Grew to the Secretary of State Decem
340
Declaration of Principles of InterAmerican Solidarity and
352
Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation
366
The Ambassador in Japan Grew to the Secretary of State August
374
Statement by President Roosevelt September 14 1937
380
Press Release Issued by the Department of State on October
387
Declaration Adopted by the Conference at Brussels on November
393
President Roosevelt to the Speaker of the House of Representatives
400
Address Delivered by the Secretary of State at Washington March
407
The Secretary of State to the Chairman of the Committee
419
Memorandum of a Press Conference of the Secretary of State
421
President Roosevelt to the Ambassador in Italy Phillips Sep
427
tember 28 1934 234
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Statement by President Roosevelt November 15 1938
439
Address Delivered by President Roosevelt to the Congress Janu
447
Statement by the Acting Secretary of State Welles March
454
Statement by the Secretary of State July 1 1939
468
Press Release Issued by the White House on July 18 1939
474
Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation
480
Address Delivered by President Roosevelt to the Congress Sep
486
President Roosevelt to the President of the French Council
550
Address Delivered by the Secretary of State at Harvard University
556
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562
Statement by the Secretary of State August 6 1940
563
Message of President Roosevelt to the Congress September 3 1940
564
Press Release Issued by the Department of State on September
568
The Ambassador in Japan Grew to the Secretary of State Septem ber 12 1940
569
Press Release Issued by the Department of State on September
572
Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation
574
Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador Horinouchi October 8 1940
576
The Secretary of State to the Chargé in France Matthews October 25 1940
580
Address Delivered by the Secretary of State at Washington October 26 1940
581
The Chargé in France Matthews to the Secretary of State Novem ber 1 1940
591
Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the French Ambassador HenryHaye November 4 1940
592
President Roosevelt to King George of Greece December 5 1940
595
President Roosevelt to the Appointed Ambassador to France Leahy December 20 1940
596
Address Delivered by President Roosevelt to the Congress January 6 1941
608
Statement by the Secretary of State Before the Committee on Foreign Affairs House of Representatives January 15 1941
612
The Ambassador in Japan Grew to the Secretary of State Janu ary 27 1941
618
The Secretary of State to the Minister in Yugoslavia Lane February 9 1941
619
LendLease Act March 11 1941
627
Memorandum by the Acting Secretary of State Welles Regarding
638
Address Delivered by the Secretary of State at Washington April
648
Draft Proposal Handed by the Japanese Ambassador Nomura
656
Radio Address Delivered by President Roosevelt From Washington
662
Statement by the Secretary of State at a Press Conference June
673
Statement by the Acting Secretary of State Welles at a Press
683
Statement Handed by the Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs
691
Statement by the Acting Secretary of State Welles July 24 1941
698
Informal Remarks of President Roosevelt to the Volunteer Par
703
Ambassador Nomura August 8 1941
709
Message of President Roosevelt to the Congress August 21 1941
717
Memorandum by the Secretary of State August 28 1941
724
Memorandum by the Ambassador in Japan Grew September
733
Document Handed by the Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs
744
Memorandum Regarding a Conversation Between the Secretary
750
Konoye
754
Oral Statement Handed by the Secretary of State to the Japanese
756
Address Delivered by President Roosevelt at Washington October
767
Document Handed by the Japanese Ambassador Nomura to
776
Address Delivered by the Under Secretary of State Welles
784
The Ambassador in Japan Grew to the Secretary of State Decem
789
Draft Proposal Handed by the Japanese Ambassador Nomura
801
Oral Statement Handed by the Secretary of State to the Japanese
812
Memorandum Regarding a Conversation Between the Under
823
The Ambassador in Japan Grew to the Secretary of State
838
Message of President Roosevelt to the Congress December
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Página 326 - In the field of world policy I would dedicate this Nation to the policy of the good neighbor— the neighbor who resolutely respects himself and, because he does so, respects the rights of others— the neighbor who respects his obligations and respects the sanctity of his agreements in and with a world of neighbors.
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