File No. 763.72112/1024
The Ambassador in France (Sharp) to the Secretary of State
[Received 2 p.m.]
698. Your 665, 25th.2 Foreign Office states that the Allied Governments consider German laws and publications as one of the most efficacious means of propaganda against the interests of their national defense and that under these circumstances the Government of the Republic regrets it cannot undertake to exempt books and publications destined to American public library from the measures of decree of March 13.
- See footnote 1.↩