The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Japan (Warren)91
Washington, May 4, 1922—2 p.m.
37. I am today handing to the Japanese, British, French and Italian representatives here an aide memoire to the following effect:
[Here follows text of aide-mémoire printed supra.]
You will communicate the above to the Foreign Office and request an expression of its views.[Page 749]
Repeat to Peking for its information, omitting last sentence.
(Same mutatis mutandis to London as no. 127, to Paris as no. 131, to Rome as no. 56.)
- See penultimate paragraph for instructions to repeat to Peking; also last paragraph concerning repetition to the Ambassadors in Great Britain (no. 127), France (no. 131), and Italy (no. 56).↩