Latin America in Relation to the War 1
1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1917, Supplement 1, pp. 219 et seq.; for papers relating to the treatment of enemy aliens and enemy property in Latin American countries, see Foreign Relations, 1918, Supplement 2, pp. 233–245 and 341–412.
- Arrangements for the cooperation of Brazilian naval forces with those of the United States at Gibraltar—Abandonment of the Argentine plan for a congress of neutral states—Project of an economic agreement between Argentina and the Allied and Associated Powers: attitude of the United States—Negotiations for the chartering of German ships in Uruguayan and Peruvian ports (Documents 604-636)
- Declaration of a state of war with Germany by Guatemala, April 21, Nicaragua, May 8, and Costa Rica, May 23—Conclusion of the contract for the chartering of German ships in Uruguayan ports, May 24—Renewal of discussions with Peru regarding German ships—Arrangements for a conference at Washington on the situation of Brazil—Arrangements for naval cooperation with Cuba (Documents 637-671)
- Declaration of a state of war with Germany by Haiti, July 12, and by Honduras, July 19—Adjustment of difficulties with Chile regarding oil shipments—Discussion of the chartering of German ships in Chilean and Argentine ports—Revival of the project of an economic agreement with Argentina—Conclusion of the contract for the chartering of German ships in Peruvian ports, September 6—The Washington conference regarding Brazilian affairs: discussion of measures affecting the coffee trade and of the disposition of German ships remaining in Brazilian ports—Project for a Cuban expeditionary force to Europe (Documents 672-713)