Recognition by the United States, September 3, of the Czecho-Slovak National Council as a de facto belligerent government—Agreement between the British Government and the Czecho-Slovak National Council, September 3—Recognition of the Council by Japan, September 9—Italian declaration in favor of Jugo-Slav independence, September 26—Announcement of the recruiting of a Slavic Legion in the United States—Reports on the relations of Italy and Serbia to the Jugo-Slav nationalist aspirations—The Czecho-Slovak declaration of independence, October 18


[832] The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Japan ( Morris )

File No. 763.72/11343c


[833] The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Italy ( Page )

File No. 763.72/11191


[834] The Chargé in Japan ( Spencer ) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/2709


[835] The Ambassador in Italy ( Page ) to the Secretary of State

File No. 763.72/11554


[836] The Italian Ambassador ( Macchi di Cellere ) to the Assistant Secretary of State ( Phillips )

File No. 763.72/11729


[837] The Ambassador in Italy ( Page ) to the Secretary of State

File No. 763.72/11613


[839] The Special Agent at Corfu ( Dodge ) to the Secretary of State

File No. 763.72119/2061


[840] The Special Agent at Corfu ( Dodge ), temporarily at Nice, to the Secretary of State

File No. 763.72/11690


[841] The Chargé in Italy ( Jay ) to the Secretary of State

File No. 763.72/11730


[842] The Serbian Chargé ( Simitch ) to the Secretary of State

File No. 763.72119/2261


[843] The British Chargé ( Barclay ) to the Acting Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/3068


[845] The Ambassador in France ( Sharp ) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/2967