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  • Abyssinia. See Ethiopia.
  • African slave trade treaty and convention between United States and Great Britain, denunciation, 407408
  • African territories under mandate. See Cameroons and Togoland and East Africa under Mandates.
  • Agreements. See Treaties, conventions, etc.
  • Alabama case, decision of Court of Arbitration of Geneva (1872), cited, 800
  • Algeciras, Act of, U. S. rights under, 720, 721, 722, 723, 724730, 731
  • Alien Property Custodian funds, Underwood Bill providing for confiscation, 251255, 258
  • Allen, Gen. Henry T., attitude toward withdrawal of U. S. Army of Occupation, 214
  • American Red Cross, activities on behalf of Asia Minor refugees, 415416, 418420, 422, 423, 426, 428, 429, 430, 432433, 435, 438, 439, 440, 442, 443, 444, 447, 450
  • American Relief Administration, activities on behalf of Asia Minor refugees, 430, 438, 442
  • Anglo-Persian Oil Co. See under Great Britain.
  • Argentina, German resources in, 188, 191
  • Armenians. See Greece: Asia Minor disaster; Turkey: Christian minorities.
  • Armistice agreement (1918), U. S. rights under, 221222
  • Arms and munitions resolution of U. S. Congress, Jan. 31, cited, 111
  • Arms embargoes. See Ethiopia: British efforts; Mexico: Arms and munitions.
  • Asia Minor disaster. See under Greece.
  • Azores. See Cables: Western Union Telegraph Co. and Commercial Cable Co., applications for concessions to land cables in Azores.
  • Baltic States:
    • European recognition of Lithuania, decision of Conference of Ambassadors, 873, 874
    • Report of U. S. Commissioner at Riga concerning, 869872
    • Status of Memel and River Niemen, 873, 874875; U. S. attitude, 875
    • U. S. recognition of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, 873874
    • Vilna controversy between Poland and Lithuania, 871, 872873
  • Bank of British West Africa, Liberian credit arrangements with. See under Liberia: Financial crisis.
  • Bankers’ committees: Committee of Bankers on Mexico (International), 668, 671, 673, 678, 685692; Committee of Bankers on Reparations, 165, 177, 183, 190
  • Barton, Dr. James L., 925
  • Belgium (see also Genoa Conference; Hague Conference; Reparations; Rhineland, occupation by Allied and Associated Powers), attitude toward recognition of Obregon Government in Mexico, 684685
  • Blair and Co. of New York: Bids for Haitian loan contract, 475, 476477, 514; negotiations for loan to Yugoslavia, 10021020
  • Bolivia, extradition treaty with Venezuela, cited, 990, 991992
  • Borah, Senator William E., proposal for economic conference, 209
  • Boundary dispute, delimitation of Franco-Liberian boundary, 634638
  • Brooks, Russell M., U. S. vice consul at Newcastle-on-Tyne. See Great Britain: U. S. consular officers at Newcastle-on-Tyne.
  • Brussels Conference. See under Reparations: Conferences.
  • Burma, alleged British exclusion of U. S. companies from oil exploitation, 352358
  • Cables:
    • German cables, 158, 368369
    • U. S. cable facilities in the Island of Yap, provisions of U. S.-Japanese convention of Feb. 11 concerning, 603604
    • Western Union Telegraph Co., application for concession to land cable at Miami, Fla., correspondence between United States and Great Britain concerning, 361364, 368372, 373377, 378391
    • Western Union Telegraph Co. and Commercial Cable Co., applications for—
      • Concessions to land cables in Azores: Correspondence between United States and Great Britain concerning British opposition, 359, 360364, 368377, 378391; restrictive amendment of concession by Portugal, 364367, 377; U. S. representations to Portugal, 359360, 365, 367
      • Permission to open public offices in—
  • Cameroons and Togoland. See under Mandates.
  • Cannes Conference: Negotiations, 221; resolutions, cited, 781, 783, 793, 797, 799, 801
  • Cannon, Bishop James, 931932, 939940
  • Capitulations. See under Mandates.
  • Central American conventions of 1907, cited, 570, 572, 573
  • Chester project. See Ottoman-American Development Co. under Turkey: Oil concessions.
  • China: Chang Tso-lin, 853, 866; relations with Far Eastern Republic, 853, 869
  • Chinese Eastern Railway, control, 853, 869
  • Christian minorities. See under Turkey.
  • Claims commissions and claims agreements, conventions, etc. See under Germany; Haiti; Mexico.
  • Clayton-Kennedy, Maj., status as representative of Ottoman-American Development Co., 971973, 974, 976978, 979, 980, 981982, 983
  • Commercial Cable Co. See Cables: Western Union Telegraph Co. and Commercial Cable Co.
  • Commercial opportunity. See under Mandates.
  • Commercial treaties and trade agreements. See under Germany; Great Britain; Mexico; Spain.
  • Commissions, committees, etc. (international):
  • Communications conferences, 368, 374, 387, 391
  • Concessions. See Cables; Oil exploitation; also under Morocco.
  • Conferences (international):
  • Conventions. See Treaties, conventions, etc.
  • Copyright convention between United States and Austro-Hungarian Monarchy (1912), revival with respect to Hungary, 577578
  • Cuba, attitude toward recognition of Obregon Government in Mexico, 684
  • Customs unions, mandated territories, 137, 139, 313
  • Day, Justice William Rufus, selection as umpire for German-American Mixed Claims Commission, 246, 249, 258, 262
  • Denmark, extension of authority over Greenland:
    • British recognition with reservation concerning preemption of rights, 1; U. S. refusal to recognize right of preemption in third government, 13; Danish assurances, 3
    • U. S. declaration concerning Greenland, Aug. 4, 1916, cited, 12, 23; Norway’s request for interpretation, 34
  • Disarmament Conference. See Washington Conference on the Limitation of Armament.
  • Dominican Republic:
    • Arrest of young Dominicans for political reasons, suspension of sentence, 3637
    • Bond issues:
      • Authorization for a $10,000,000 bond issue, 8090; text of Executive order, 8589
      • Redemption of 1918 and 1921 bond issues, 6, 7, 8, 12, 16
    • Claims of British subjects for injuries suffered at hands of Dominican bandits: Correspondence between Great Britain and United States concerning submission of claims to Dominican courts, 9598; British reservation of right to press claim through diplomatic channels, 98
    • Commission of Dominicans. See under U. S. control, infra.
    • Convention of 1907 with United States, cited, 47, 48, 80, 92
    • Customs receivership: Extension, 6, 12, 1617; validation of actions, 4748
    • Elections. See under U. S. control, infra.
    • Financial situation (see also Bond issues, supra; Loans, infra), report and recommendations of Military Governor, 710, 6568
    • Guaranty Trust Co. of New York, fiscal agent, audit of accounts, 6568
    • Guardia Nacional. plans for development, 2021, 23, 24, 27, 30, 34, 40, 4647, 53, 55, 72
    • Loans (see also Bond issues, supra), certificates of indebtedness, failure to provide for public works, 7879
    • Military Governor:
      • Absences from Dominican Republic, 5, 37
      • Plan of withdrawal, attitude toward disposition of U. S. forces under, 40, 53, 6465, 71, 72
      • Proclamations regarding continuance of military occupation, 1819; installation of Provisional Government, 5960, 69, 7273, 74
      • Public works, intention to contract debts for, 78; attitude of State Department, 7879
      • Recommendations concerning audit of Guaranty Trust Co. (accounts 6667; Dominican finances, 710; plan of withdrawal, 4041
      • Replacement, 75
      • Statement of U. S. policy to Dominican leaders, 1417
    • Newspapers, suspension of publication rescinded, 70
    • Political leaders: Departure for United States, 25; negotiations with U. S. representatives, 5, 1317, 19, 2236, 4344
    • Provisional Government (see also Provisional President, infra):
      • Conditions for functioning, formulated by Commission of Dominicans, 6062, 7071
      • Installation (Oct. 21): Arrangements for, 5960, 63, 6970, 7374; inaugural address of Provisional President, excerpts, 75; message of President Harding, 74; proclamation by Military Governor, draft, 7273
      • Promulgation of electoral law, discussion, 76, 7778
    • Provisional President Burgos:
      • Inauguration: Excerpts from address, 75; message from President Harding, 74
      • Request for continuance of U. S. Commissioner, 77; President Harding’s reply, 77
      • Selection by Commission of Dominicans, 68
    • Puerto Plata, plan of Dec. 9, 1921, 23
    • Santo Domingo Water, Light and Power Co., efforts to sell its properties to Dominican municipalities: Bond issue for purchase, question of guaranty by Military Governor, 9193; company’s accusations against municipalities, 90, 94; Dominican Minister of Interior, assurances, 94; offers for settlement, 91, 93; option to Santo Domingo Brewing Co., 95; U. S. efforts on behalf of company, 90, 9192, 93, 94
    • U. S. control, plans for withdrawal:
      • Agreement for withdrawal (see also Convention of evacuation, infra):
        • Draft plans, 2526, 2728, 2931
        • Plan signed June 30, text and amendments, 3335, 4042, 4244
        • Plan as amended and signed Sept. 18: Text, 5458; transmission to United States, 5354
        • Publication, 36, 39, 42, 45, 54
      • Commission of Dominicans to select Provisional Government:
        • Amendment of convention of evacuation: Suggestions, 4950, 51; U. S. attitude, 5051, 52
        • Compilation of Executive orders for inclusion in convention of evacuation, 49
        • Conditions for functioning of Provisional Government, 6062, 7071
        • Creation under plan of withdrawal, 33, 55
        • Friction among members, 6263
        • Manifesto containing plan of withdrawal, 54
        • Members, 33, 39, 42, 55
        • Selection of Provisional Government, 6263, 68
        • U. S. marines, requests concerning, 6465, 71
      • Convention of evacuation (or ratification): Amendments, 1112, 1516, 4546, 4952; inclusion of Executive orders, 39, 48, 49; texts within plans of withdrawal, 3031, 3435, 5657
      • Elections: Detention of U. S. marines in camps during, 6465, 68, 72; discussions, 23, 76; promulgation of electoral law, 7576, 7778
      • Exchange of notes to settle requirements of Military Governor, 53, 64
      • Negotiations with Dominican political leaders, 5, 1317, 19, 2236, 4344
      • U. S. forces of occupation (see also Guardia Nacional, supra): Concentration, plans for, 30, 34, 40, 53, 55, 6465, 69, 7172; detention of marines in camp during elections, 6465, 68, 72
      • U. S. Commissioner: Appointment and instructions, 3536; departure from Dominican Republic, 75; extension of mission, request of Provisional President, 77; negotiations with Dominican leaders, 4344, 4547, 4950, 51, 5253, 64; recommendations, 39, 4142, 45, 48, 54, 5859, 5960, 6566, 7273; report on attitude of Dominicans toward U. S. policy, 3839, 45
      • U. S. Minister: Absence from post, 5, 10; approval of U. S. Commissioner’s recommendations, 4243; statement of U. S. policy to Dominican leaders, 1417
      • U. S. policy: Discussions, recommendation, statements, 56, 1013, 1417, 2021, 5859; Dominican attitude, 14, 17, 2224, 3839, 45; proclamation extending Military Government, 5, 11, 15, 1819; proclamation regarding installation of Provisional Government, 5960, 63, 7273
  • East Africa. See under Mandates.
  • Economic Conference at Genoa (International). See Genoa Conference.
  • Ecuador, U. S. protests against retroactive application of exchange decrees, 99102
  • Egypt: Recognition of independence by United States, 103106; U. S. undertaking not to withdraw from Mixed Courts except after one year’s notice, 106109
  • Estonia, recognition by United States, 873874
  • Ethiopia:
    • British efforts to secure U. S. cooperation in restricting importation of arms, 110, 112113; U. S. attitude, 111, 113116
    • Consignment of arms from United States to Ras Taffari, 111, 112, 113, 115, 116
    • Slavery, 114, 115
  • Extradition:
    • Convention between United States and Austro-Hungarian Monarchy (1856), revival with respect to Hungary, 577578
    • Supplementary convention between United States and Great Britain, text, 406407
    • Treaty between Bolivia and Venezuela, cited, 900, 991992
    • Treaty between United States and Siam, text, 907913
    • Treaty between United States and Venezuela. See Extradition treaty with United States under Venezuela.
    • U. S. negotiations with France concerning extradition from mandated territories, 137, 139; with Great Britain, 308, 314
  • Far Eastern Republic. See under Siberia.
  • Financial experts, commission of. See under Reparations.
  • Foundation Co. of New York: Interest in loan to Yugoslavia, 1003; negotiations for concession in Turkey, 967971, 972, 974
  • Four-power treaty signed at Washington Conference, effect upon Lansing-Ishii Agreement of 1917, 591, 593
  • France (see also Genoa Conference; Greece: Asia Minor disaster; Hague Conference; Haiti: Claims Commission; Mandates; Morocco; Reparations; Rhineland, occupation by Allied and Associated Powers; Turkey: Christian minorities):
    • Claims protocol with Haiti (1913), cited, 535, 536, 538, 539
    • Franco-Liberian boundary, delimitation, 634638
    • French Cable Co., U. S. attitude toward company’s public offices in the United States, 154, 155, 157158
    • German proposal of peace pledge among powers interested in Rhine, French attitude, 206, 207, 208, 210
    • San Remo Oil Agreement: Desire for modification, 340; transfer of ex-German oil interests to France under, 335, 336
    • Turkish Petroleum Co., Ltd., French interests, 335, 336, 336337, 339340, 341
    • U. S. cable companies, applications for permission to open public offices in France: French attitude, 154, 156, 158; U. S. representations, 154156, 156, 157, 158159
  • Genoa Conference:
    • Arrangements for conference at The Hague: Conference proposal, 806807; explanations, 808810; U. S. refusal to participate, 807808, 809, 811812, 813
    • Attitude of various delegates toward conference, 770771
    • British delegation, departure from England, 226
    • Concessions, reports concerning separate negotiations, 771776, 786, 788, 789; U. S. attitude, 772, 775776, 789, 792
    • Conversations between Ambassador Child and Krassin, 788, 812813, 813814; Lloyd George, 789790
    • Note to Soviet Russian delegation, May 2: Draft, report concerning, 772; objections to clause 7, 776777, 786788, 788789, 791; Russian reply, May 11, 792803; text of note, 777786
    • Opening and closing sessions, reports on, 770771, 813
    • Proposals concerning committee of experts made by—
    • U. S. policy toward extension of credit to Russia, 791792, 813
  • Germany (see also Haiti: Claims Commission; Reparations):
    • Argentina, German resources in, 188, 191
    • Cables, 158, 368369
    • Claims agreement with United States. See under U. S. war claims, infra.
    • Claims Commission (Mixed). See under U. S. war claims, infra.
    • Colonies under mandate. See Mandates.
    • Commercial treaty with United States, negotiations, 240241, 241, 242243, 244, 245
    • Deutsche Bank, interest in Turkish Petroleum Co., Ltd., 334335, 336337
    • Economic situation, 160161, 165166, 167, 170
    • Mixed Claims Commission. See under U. S. war claims, infra.
    • Patent convention with United States (1909), revival, 243, 266267
    • Peace pledge among powers interested in the Rhine:
    • Rhineland, occupation by Allied and Associated Powers. See Rhineland.
    • Ruhr. See under Reparations.
    • Sequestered property. See under U. S. war claims, infra.
    • Treaties with United States prior to World War, question of revival, 242243, 267
    • Treaty restoring friendly relations with United States (1921), rights under, 222, 245, 249, 253, 258, 260, 261, 265, 265266, 266
    • U. S. Ambassador, suggestions regarding—
      • Maintenance of European peace, 171175; attitude of other U. S. representatives, 176, 180; attitude of State Department and President, 181182
      • Withdrawal of U. S. Army of Occupation, 217
    • U. S. war claims:
      • Claims Commission (Mixed):
        • Negotiations between Germany and United States for establishment, 240266; publicity, 246, 262; texts of agreement and exchange of notes, Aug. 10, 262266
        • Umpire: Arrangements for appointment of an American, 243, 245, 246, 251, 255; German request, 259260; selection of Justice William Rufus Day, 246, 249, 258, 262
      • Mixed Arbitral Tribunal under Versailles Treaty, 249, 250
      • Sequestered property: Confiscation, Underwood bill providing for, 251255, 258; retention, 251
      • Underwood bill, 251255, 258
      • Western Electric Co., claim for damages to property in Belgium, 261
    • Versailles Treaty, U. S. rights under, 220, 222, 223, 241, 242, 249, 250251, 255256, 256, 258, 259, 260261, 265, 265266, 266
  • Great Britain (see also Genoa Conference; Greece: Asia Minor disaster; Hague Conference; Haiti: Claims Commission; Mandates; Mesopotamia; Reparations; Rhineland, occupation by Allied and Associated Powers; Turkey: Christian minorities):
  • Greece:
  • Greenland. See Denmark.
  • Guaranty Trust Co. of New York, 6568
  • Guatemala:
    • Election and inauguration of Orellana as President, 458, 459
    • Interference in controversy between Honduras and Salvador: Reports concerning, 572, 574, 574575; U. S. attitude, 572573, 574
    • Release of political prisoners, 459
    • U. S. arrangements for transacting business with consul general at New York, 458459
    • U. S. recognition of the Orellana Government, 460
  • Gulbenkian, G. S., interest in Turkish Petroleum Co., Ltd., 347, 348
  • Hague Conference (The):
    • Arrangements for. See under Genoa Conference.
    • Concessions, separate negotiations for, 819
    • Failure of conference and adjournment, 818819, 822
    • Reports of subcommissions on credits, private property, and debts: Belgian request for U. S. declaration concerning, 824825; U. S. refusal, 825
    • Resolution by Western powers regarding noninfringement of private foreign rights in Russia: Discussion, 820, 821824; text, 823; U. S. support, 821, 823n
    • U. S. nonparticipation, 807808, 809, 811812, 818, 820821
  • Haiti:
    • Budget, 463464
    • Claims Commission:
    • Claims protocol with France (1913), cited, 535, 536, 538, 539
    • Debts: Arrangements for service and refunding, 478482, 492, 493494, 503504, 504, 505, 506, 507, 508509, 510, 511, 512, 512514, 514515, 517518, 521522; redemption of 1896 and 1910 bonds, 518521
    • Educational reforms, 465
    • Elections, 468471, 487
    • Financial Adviser: Plan for consolidation with office of General Receiver of Customs, 463, 517; resignation of John A. McIlhenny and appointment of John S. Hord, 471472
    • Gendarmerie, improvement, 464
    • General Receiver of Customs: Plan for consolidation with office of Financial Adviser, 463, 517; service of public debts, 478482, 517518
    • Judiciary reform, 465
    • Legislation:
      • Internal revenue law, plans for, 491, 495
      • Law authorizing issue of interior bonds: Proposals concerning, 507, 510, 511, 512, 513514; passage by Council of State, Sept. 27, 514n
      • Law establishing Claims Commission, text, 545547
      • Law providing for loan flotation: Proposals concerning, 473475, 484485, 490491; passage by Council of State, June 26, 499; text, 500502
    • Loans (see also Debts and Legislation, supra):
      • Negotiations with United States regarding loan flotation, 463, 472478, 483492, 492493, 494514
      • Negotiations with U. S. interests, 475476, 476477, 497498, 514, 515516; award of contract for $16,000,000 loan, 514, 515; U. S. approval of award, 516
      • National Bank, contract for transfer of charter to National City Bank of New York: Modifications, 523534; signature, July 18, and sanction, 534n
    • Presidency:
      • Borno, Louis:
      • Dartiguenave (President), withdrawal of candidacy, 468470
    • Protocol of 1919, U. S.-Haitian (see also Claims Commission and Loans, supra): Modification, 484, 487, 489, 491, 496497; sanction by Haiti, 516; validity, 473, 476, 477, 485
    • Provost courts, use in cases affecting Haitians. See under U. S. occupation, infra.
    • Treaty of 1915 with United States:
      • Additional article concerning educational reform, 465
      • Protocol of 1919. See supra.
    • U. S. High Commissioner: Appointment and duties, 461467; proclamation, Aug. 4, 554555; reports on political situation, 468470, 553554, 555558
    • U. S. occupation: Proclamations, 554555, 558559; provost courts, use in cases affecting Haitians, 553560; U. S. attitude toward withdrawal, 464, 467
    • U. S. treaty officials, 461462, 517
  • Harding, Alfred (Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Washington), 938
  • Harding, Warren G. (President of the United States):
    • Correspondence with the Secretary of State concerning appeals on behalf of Tikhon, Patriarch of Russian Church, 839840; U. S. policy in Near East, 921926, 930, 931932
    • Message to the King of Egypt, on occasion of U. S. recognition, 106; King of Spain, appreciation and thanks for protection of U. S. interests in enemy countries, 915; Provisional President of Dominican Republic, 74, 77; Senate, on Lansing-Ishii Agreement, 591593
    • Plea for Near East Relief funds, 438
  • Holy Places Commission, 284287, 300, 302303
  • Honduras, incursions of revolutionary bands from Nicaragua and Salvador:
  • Hord, John S., appointment as Financial Adviser to Haiti, 471472
  • Hughes, Charles Evans (Secretary of State), speech at Boston, Oct. 30, 947949; at New Haven, Dec. 29, 199202
  • Hungary, revival of extradition convention (1856) and copyright convention (1912) between the United States and the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, 577578
  • Immigration. See Italy: Protests against U. S. restrictions.
  • Impressment of U. S. citizens of Greek origin into Greek Army, 453455
  • India, alleged British exclusion of U. S. companies from oil exploitation, 352358
  • Interallied Rhineland High Commission, attitude toward withdrawal of U. S. Army of Occupation, 213
  • Interallied war debts. See under Reparations; also Yugoslavia: Debts.
  • International Committee of Bankers on Mexico, 668, 671, 673, 678, 685692
  • International Economic Conference at Genoa. See Genoa Conference.
  • International Petroleum Reporter article, discussion, 333337
  • International Red Cross, 929930, 932935, 941942
  • International telegraph convention, cited, 368, 381
  • Iraq. See Mesopotamia.
  • Irving National Bank, interest in sale of Polish land mortgage bonds in the United States, 764, 765
  • Ishii. See Japan: Lansing-Ishii Agreement (1917).
  • Italy (see also Genoa Conference; Greece: Asia Minor disaster; Hague Conference; Haiti: Claims Commission; Rhineland, occupation by Allied and Associated Powers; Turkey: Christian minorities): Protests against U. S. restrictions upon Italian immigration, 579581, 582585, 585588, 589; U. S. replies, 581582, 585, 588589, 589590
  • Japan (see also Genoa Conference; Siberia):
    • Lansing-Ishii Agreement (1917):
      • Arrangements for cancelation, 595599
      • Opinions concerning status and binding effect of agreement: Conversation between Secretary of State and Japanese Ambassador, 593595; message of President Harding to Senate, 591593
      • Secret understanding, 595
    • Mandate for Pacific islands north of the Equator, formerly German-owned, exchange of notes and convention with United States, Feb. 11, concerning, 599604
    • “Picture brides,” ruling by U. S. Department of Labor concerning, 604605
    • Recognition of Obregon Government in Mexico, attitude, 683
    • Relief activities on behalf of refugees in Asia Minor, 441, 442
    • Yap, Island of. See Mandate for Pacific islands north of the Equator, supra.
  • Jews, national home in Palestine, 268, 304305
  • Keith, Minor C. See Salvador: Loan negotiations with U. S. interests.
  • Kennedy. See Clayton-Kennedy.
  • Lansing-Ishii Agreement. See under Japan.
  • Latvia, recognition by United States, 873874
  • Lausanne Conference, oil negotiations, 345347
  • League of Nations. See under Mandates; also Nansen.
  • League of Nations (Pan American), U. S. attitude toward Uruguayan proposal concerning, 984986
  • Lee, Higginson & Co., negotiations for Haitian loan contract, 473, 475476, 485, 497498, 507, 514
  • Liberia:
    • Financial agreement with United States. See U. S. loan plan of 1921 , infra.
    • Financial crisis:
      • Credit arrangements with Bank of British West Africa upon security of German liquidated property funds, 617618, 618620, 631; attitude of State Department, 620621, 631632; explanations of Liberia, 624629; explanations of U. S. Minister, 622, 623624
      • Reports of President King, 616; of U. S. Minister, 617618, 631, 632
      • U. S. requests for data, 618, 622; reply, 629631
    • Franco-Liberian boundary, delimitation, 634638
    • Frontier force, 612, 616617
    • General Receiver of Customs:
      • Payment of expenditures for Liberian frontier force, 612, 616617
      • Service arrangements for 1912 loan, 611612; British representations, 614; U. S. attitude, 614615
    • German liquidated property funds. See Financial crisis: Credit arrangements, supra.
    • Loans (see also U. S. loan plan of 1921 , infra):
      • Bank of British West Africa, advances. See Financial crisis: Credit arrangements, supra.
      • 1912 international loan:
        • British representations to United States regarding redemption, 613614; U. S. assurances, 615616
        • Service arrangements of General Receiver of Customs, 611612; British representations, 614; U. S. attitude, 614615
      • U. S. banking interests, 632633, 633
    • Relations with United States, effect of failure of loan plan upon, 633
    • U. S. loan plan of 1921 (see also Financial crisis, supra):
      • British representations to United States regarding alienation of security pledged for 1912 loan, 613614; U. S. assurances, 615616
      • Liberian Legislature, approval of loan plan, 611
      • U. S. Congress: Efforts of State Department to expedite sanction, 606611, 621; introduction of loan plan resolution and failure of Congress to sanction, 612, 617, 620, 621, 632
  • Lithuania:
    • Recognition by European powers, decision of Conference of Ambassadors, 873, 874; by United States, 873874
    • Status of Memel and River Niemen, 873, 874875; U. S. attitude, 875
    • Vilna controversy with Poland, 871, 872873
  • Loans. See under Dominican Republic; Greece; Haiti; Liberia; Mexico; Salvador.
  • London Conference. See under Reparations: Conferences.
  • Manchuria, 853, 866, 869
  • Mandates:
    • Cameroons and Togoland:
      • Draft mandate, 130143
      • U. S. negotiations with France for treaty to ensure rights, 134154; drafts of convention, 144145, 149150
      • U. S. negotiations with Great Britain for treaty to ensure rights, 310317, 322333; drafts of convention, 315317, 325327
    • Capitulations:
    • Commercial opportunity:
      • U. S. maintenance of policy with respect to oil concessions in Mesopotamia, 336, 337338, 339, 340342, 343344, 346, 349, 350352; British attitude, 337; French attitude, 339340
      • U. S. negotiations with France concerning rights in Cameroons and Togoland, 135136, 139; Syria and the Lebanon, 119, 130131, 133, 134
      • U. S. negotiations with Great Britain concerning rights in Cameroons and Togoland, 311312; East Africa, 311312; Palestine, 270, 272273
    • Customs unions, 137, 139, 313
    • East Africa:
      • Draft mandate, 317321
      • U. S. negotiations with Great Britain for treaty to ensure rights, 310333; drafts of convention, 315317, 325327
    • Extradition, U. S. negotiations with France, 137, 139; with Great Britain, 308, 314
    • League of Nations: Consideration and adoption of mandates by Council, 119, 120, 146, 268, 300, 301, 315; U. S. desire for duplicates of annual reports to League on mandates, 138, 271, 274, 314
    • Missionaries and educational institutions:
    • Modification, discussions concerning, 137, 139, 270, 274, 313
    • Open-door policy of United States. See Commercial opportunity, supra.
    • Pacific islands north of the Equator, formerly German-owned, exchange of notes and convention, Feb. 11, between Japan and United States concerning Japanese mandate for, 599604
    • Pacific islands south of the Equator, formerly German-owned, 599600
    • Palestine:
      • Draft mandate, 292300
      • French opposition, 117, 118
      • Holy Places Commission, 284287, 300, 302303
      • National home for Jews, 268, 304305
      • Opposition of British public to mandate, 300
      • Promulgation of mandate, Sept. 11, 303
      • Turkish protest against completion before signature of peace treaty, 281
      • U. S. negotiations with Great Britain for treaty to ensure rights, 268310; drafts of convention, 282284, 290291, 308310; question of laying correspondence before League Council, 276, 277278, 280
    • Syria and the Lebanon:
      • Draft mandate, 120125
      • U. S. negotiations with France for treaty to ensure rights, 117134; drafts of convention, 125127, 131133
    • Togoland. See Cameroons, supra.
    • U. S. negotiations to ensure by treaty U. S. rights in territories under mandate. See under Cameroons and Togoland, East Africa, Palestine, and Syria and the Lebanon, supra.
    • Yap, Island of. See Pacific islands north of the Equator, supra.
  • McCormick, Senator Medill, press statement, 197
  • McIlhenny, John A. See Haiti: Financial Adviser.
  • Memel, determination of status by Conference of Ambassadors at Paris, 873, 874875; U. S. attitude, 875
  • Mesopotamia, oil concessions (see also Turkey: Oil concessions):
  • Mexico:
  • Miami, Fla., application of Western Union Telegraph Co. to land cable at. See under Cables.
  • Missionaries and educational institutions in mandated territories. See under Mandates.
  • Mixed Arbitral Tribunal under Versailles Treaty, 249, 250
  • Mixed Claims Commissions. See under Germany: U. S. war claims; Mexico.
  • Mongolia, 853
  • Morgan, J. P., 165, 169, 170, 177, 196197
  • Morocco:
    • Concession for the construction and operation of port at Tangier:
      • British and Spanish protests, 731; U. S. inability to join, 731732
      • Postponement of adjudication, 735
      • U. S. protests against concession as contrary to Act of Algeciras and reservation of rights, 720, 723731, 732, 733734; French replies, 721722, 732733, 734
    • Jurisdiction of consular courts over U. S. protégés in Morocco, case of Allal Ben El Mamoon:
      • U. S. efforts to secure indemnity, 745747; French refusal, 747
      • U. S. protests against arrest and condemnation by court martial, 736739, 741744; French replies, 740741
  • Nansen, Fridtjof (League of Nations Commissioner for Refugees), 436, 441443, 943
  • National City Bank and National City Co. of New York: Contract for Haitian loan, 473, 514, 515516; contract for transfer of charter of Haitian National Bank, 523534; loan negotiations with Salvador, 885887
  • Near East Relief, activities on behalf of Asia Minor refugees, 416, 418419, 423, 426, 430, 432433, 438, 439440, 444, 448
  • Netherlands (see also Genoa Conference; Hague Conference):
    • Royal Dutch Shell Co., interest in Russian concessions, 772, 773, 774775, 786, 789; in Turkish Petroleum Co., Ltd., 334, 341
    • U. S. cable companies, agreements for opening public offices in the Netherlands, 159
  • New York State. See Mexico: Oliver American Trading Co. suit.
  • Nicaragua (see also Honduras), revolutionary outbreak at Managua, assistance of U. S. Legation in halting, 748750
  • Niemen River, internationalization, 874875; U. S. attitude, 875
  • Nine-power treaty relating to China, effect upon Lansing-Ishii Agreement, 592593, 595596, 597
  • Nobel properties in Russia, 772, 773, 774
  • Norway: Recognition of Obregon Government in Mexico, 682; request for interpretation of U. S. declaration of Aug. 4, 1916, concerning Greenland, 34
  • Oil exploitation in—
  • Oliver American Trading Co. See under Mexico.
  • Open-door policy of United States. See Mandates: Commercial opportunity.
  • Ottoman-American Development Co. See under Turkey: Oil concessions.
  • Pacific islands. See under Mandates
  • Palestine. See under Mandates.
  • Pan American Conference (Fifth), 984986
  • Pan American League of Nations, U. S. attitude toward Uruguayan proposal concerning, 984986
  • Paris conferences. See under Reparations: Conferences.
  • Patent convention between United States and Germany (1909), revival, 243, 266267
  • Peace, suggestions for maintenance in Europe. See Peace pledge among powers interested in Rhine and U. S. Ambassador under Germany.
  • Petroleum. See Oil exploitation.
  • Philippine Islands, petroleum exploitation, 274275, 358
  • Poland (see also Genoa Conference): Recognition of Obregon Government in Mexico, attitude, 683684; sale of land mortgage bonds in United States, attitude of U. S. Departments of State and Commerce, 764766; Vilna controversy with Lithuania, 871, 872873
  • Portugal:
  • Preemption of rights with respect to Greenland, 13
  • Preliminary Communications Conference (1920–1921), 374, 387
  • Proclamations by—
    • Military Governor of Santo Domingo regarding continuance of military occupation (Mar. 6), 1819; installation of Provisional Government, 7273, 74
    • President of United States, Mar. 27, 1876, cited, 109
  • Red Cross. See American Red Cross and International Red Cross.
  • Refugees:
  • Relief. See under Greece: Asia Minor disaster.
  • Reparations, German:
    • Allied agreement, Mar. 11, respecting distribution, 219220
    • Coal and wood deliveries. See German defaults, infra.
    • Commission of financial experts:
      • Public announcement of U. S. suggestions, 201203
      • U. S. efforts to interest J. P. Morgan, 165; his refusal to take initiative, 165; his suggestions for France, 196197
      • U. S. informal suggestions to France, 168170, 171, 175, 177178, 179180, 182184, 189192, 194, 201203; French attitude, 175, 177, 195196
      • U. S. unofficial representative on Reparation Commission, opinion, 181
    • Committee of bankers, restrictions placed upon, 165, 177, 183, 190
    • Conferences, at—
    • Distribution of payments, Allied agreement, Mar. 11, 219220
    • Dyes. See Reparation Commission: Decisions and U. S. participation in reparation dyes, infra.
    • Economic situation in Germany (see, also Mark, infra), 160161, 167, 170
    • Financial convention of Aug. 13, 1921, 218, 219
    • German appeals for U. S. assistance, 160161, 162163, 163164; U. S. attitude, 161, 162, 163, 164
    • German defaults in deliveries:
      • Decisions of Reparation Commission concerning, 198199
      • French threat to occupy Ruhr. See Ruhr, infra.
      • Negotiations of Reparation Commission with German delegates, 161162, 162163
    • Interallied war debts:
      • Proposed discussion at Brussels Conference, 167, 178179, 186
      • U. S. Ambassador in Germany, proposal for cancelation, 171175; attitude of other U. S. representatives, 176, 180; disapproval of proposal, 181182
      • U. S. refusal to couple interallied debts with reparations, 169, 175, 178, 178179, 181182, 182183, 194, 200
    • Interim Reparation Commission, 234235
    • Loans, 165n
    • Mark, necessity for stabilization of, 160, 161, 165166, 181
    • Morgan, J. P., attitude toward reparations plans, 165, 177, 196197
    • Reparation Commission:
      • Bradbury’s plan, submission to commission, 165167, 177
      • Decisions concerning dyes, 237, 240; German defaults in deliveries, 198199
      • Dyestuffs, cessation of U. S. purchases, 234240
      • Negotiations with German delegates concerning defaults in deliveries, 161162, 162163
      • Personnel, changes in, 177
      • Relations with Textile Alliance, Inc., 236238, 240
    • Rhineland, occupation by Allied and Associated Powers. See Rhineland.
    • Ruhr: French intention to occupy, 162, 185, 186, 188, 193, 197, 198; attitude of Belgium, 186; Germany, 186187; Great Britain, 192; United States, 187189, 193, 194, 198
    • U. S. Army of Occupation, reimbursement of costs. See under Rhineland.
    • U. S. assistance in reparation problems:
    • U. S. participation in reparation dyes:
      • History of U. S. arrangements with—
        • Interim Reparation Commission, for purchase, 234235
        • Textile Alliance, Inc., for importation and distribution, 235236, 238; termination of arrangements, Dec. 1921, 236
      • Textile Alliance relations with Reparation Commission, 236238, 240; cessation of purchases, 238, 240
      • U. S. allotment, arrangements for application of proceeds to costs of U. S. Army of Occupation, 238239
      • U. S. legislation, 237, 239, 240
    • U. S. Secretary of State, speech at New Haven, 199202
    • Wiesbaden Agreement, 218, 219
  • Revolutionary outbreaks and incursions. See under Honduras; Nicaragua.
  • Rhineland, occupation by Allied and Associated Powers:
    • Allied armies of occupation, repayment of costs, 219, 220221, 224225, 226
    • French plans concerning extension of control, 185186, 216
    • Supreme Council, report of Army Costs Commission, 221
    • U. S. Army of Occupation:
      • Costs, U. S. efforts to secure reimbursement for:
        • Basis for arrangement satisfactory to United States, tentative, 227, 231
        • Meeting of Allied representatives at Paris, to discuss, 229230, 231232; U. S. participation, 232234
        • Publication of U. S. representations, 224
        • U. S. arrangements to apply proceeds of German dyestuff allotment, 238239
        • U. S. representations to Allied Governments, 220225; replies from Belgium, 228; France, 225, 225226, 229230; Great Britain, 226, 228229; Italy, 230
      • Reduction to 1,000 men, U. S. decision, 217, 218
      • Withdrawal, U. S. plans for, 212213, 215216; attitude of Allen, Gen. Henry T., 214; Belgium, 216; France, 214, 216, 225; Germany, 170, 213214, 214215, 217, 217218; Great Britain, [Page 1038] 216; Interallied Rhineland High Commission, 213; U. S. Ambassador to Germany, 217
  • Royal Dutch Shell Co. See under Netherlands.
  • Ruhr. See under Reparations.
  • Rumania, restoration of valuables held by Russia, 786, 797798
  • Russia (see also Genoa Conference; Hague Conference; Siberia):
    • Bakhmeteff, Boris, termination of functions as Russian Ambassador to United States, 875877
    • Baltic provinces. See Baltic States.
    • Concessions (see also under Genoa Conference and Hague Conference), 868869
    • Provisional Government: Liquidation of obligations in United States, 877884; termination of functions of the Ambassador to United States, 875877
    • Refugees in Near East, evacuation, 442443, 841
    • Soviet Government, absorption of Far Eastern Republic, 866, 867869; trade agreement with Great Britain, 713, 858; Wulfsohn suit against Soviet Government in New York courts, decision of court, 712713
    • Tikhon, Patriarch of the Russian Church, on trial before Soviet tribunal, appeals to President Harding on behalf of, 835840
    • U. S. economic mission to Russia:
      • Negotiations between U. S. Ambassador to Germany and Soviet authorities, 826827, 829834; Soviet refusal to admit commission, 833; U. S. public statements concerning negotiations, 831832, 834
      • Proposal of U. S. Secretary of Commerce, 825826; approval of Secretary of State, 826
      • Recommendations by U. S. Ambassador to Germany, 827829
      • U. S. refusal to reopen question at Lausanne, 834835
    • Villa de Albertis conversations and agreement, Apr. 20, 793, 800, 801
  • Saar mines, 224
  • Salvador (see also Honduras):
    • British holders of 1908 and 1915 bonds, efforts of U. S. interests to secure agreement to loan contract, 889
    • Collector of Customs, understanding between United States and Salvador concerning, 885, 888, 889
    • Loan negotiations with U. S. interests: Contract of Feb. 11, 885887; contract of June 24, 887892; exchange of notes between United States and Salvador, 885886, 888889, 891
  • San Remo Oil Agreement (1920), 335, 336, 340, 787
  • Santo Domingo Water, Light and Power Co. See under Dominican Republic.
  • Sequestered property. See under Germany: U. S. war claims.
  • Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, Kingdom of. See Yugoslavia.
  • Shortridge, Senator Samuel M., joint resolution of June 16 regarding reparation dyes, 237
  • Siam: Extradition treaty with United States, Dec. 30, text, 907913; treaty of Dec. 16, 1920, with United States, interpretation with respect to land ownership, 893907
  • Siberia:
    • Chita Government. See Far Eastern Republic, infra.
    • Conferences at Dairen and Changchun, 843844, 850, 851852, 856858, 859, 860, 862
    • Far Eastern Republic:
      • Cabinet changes, 861
      • Chinese Eastern Railway, plan for joint Chinese-Russian control, 853, 869; U. S. attitude, 855
      • Occupation of Vladivostok by Chita forces, 864865
      • Open-door policy, 862
      • Relations with China, 853, 869
      • Relations with Japan:
      • Union with Soviet Russia, 866, 867869
      • U. S. aid in protecting property in Vladivostok and preventing arming of counter-revolutionists, request for, 847; U. S. policy of neutrality, 848
      • U. S. representatives at Chita, 842, 869
    • Japanese occupation (see also Far Eastern Republic: Relations with Japan, supra):
      • Acts of interference by Japanese military authorities, alleged, 842, 844, 846, 859860
      • Evacuation of Siberian mainland, announcements and statements concerning, 853854, 855856, 858859, 861, 864, 865; U. S. attitude, 854
      • Japanese refusal to evacuate Island of Sakhalin prior to settlement of Nikolaievsk affair, 843, 854, 855, 856, 858859, 862; attitude of Russians, 856857, 860861, 862; attitude of United States, 854, 857
      • U. S. Ambassador to Japan, conversations with Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs, 841842, 850851
    • Kappel forces, 844, 850
    • Nikolaievsk affair. See Japanese occupation: Japanese refusal to evacuate Island of Sakhalin, supra.
    • Provisional Priamur Government. See under Vladivostok, infra.
    • Semenov, Gen. Gregory, alleged agreement with Japan, 841
    • Sinclair Oil Co., concession, 868869
    • U. S. S. Sacramento, 865866
    • Ussuri Railway, 850851
    • Vladivostok:
      • Counter-revolutionary forces, reports concerning activities and strength, 856, 859, 861862, 862864
      • Evacuation by Japanese, 864, 865
      • Occupation by Red Army, 864865
      • Provisional Priamur Government: Representation in United States, 840841; reports on stability, 847848
      • U. S. consul: Conversation with Red Army commander regarding presence of foreign warships, 865866; relations with local authorities, 866, 869
    • Wrangel’s forces, alleged Franco-Japanese plan to transfer to Siberia, 841
  • Sinclair Oil Co., concession in Siberia, 868869
  • Slater, Fred C, U. S. consul at Newcastle-on-Tyne. See Great Britain: U. S. consular officers at Newcastle-on-Tyne.
  • Slavery: Ethiopia, 114, 115; U. S.-British treaty and convention for abolition of African slave trade, denunciation, 407408
  • Smyrna. See Greece: Asia Minor disaster.
  • Spain:
    • Commercial agreement with United States (1906), denunciation by Spain, 916918; U. S. acknowledgment, 918
    • Protection of U. S. interests in enemy countries, U. S. appreciation and thanks, 914915; Spanish acknowledgment, 915916
    • Tangier port concession, protest against, 731
  • Speeches of Secretary of State at Boston, Oct. 30, 947949; at New Haven, Dec. 29, 199202
  • Speyer and Co., bids for Haitian loan contract, 473, 475, 476477, 514
  • Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey. See Turkish Petroleum Co.: U. S. interests under Mesopotamia, Oil concessions.
  • Standard Oil Co. of New York, 1919 loan to Yugoslavia, 1006, 1008, 1010, 1011, 1013, 1016
  • Supreme Council, Army Costs Commission report, 221
  • Syria and the Lebanon. See under Mandates.
  • Tacoma (U. S. S.), Conference of Presidents of Honduras, Nicaragua, and Salvador on board in Fonseca Bay, 573, 575
  • Tangier. See Morocco: Concession for construction and operation of port at Tangier.
  • Telegraph convention (international), cited, 368, 381
  • Textile Alliance, Inc.:
    • Arrangements with U. S. Government for importation and distribution of reparation dyes, 235236, 238; termination, Dec. 1921, 236
    • Relations with Reparation Commission, 236238, 240
  • Togoland. See Mandates: Cameroons and Togoland.
  • Trade agreement between Great Britain and Soviet Russia, 713, 858
  • Treaties, conventions, etc.
    • Act of Algeciras (1906), U. S. rights under, 720, 721, 722, 723, 724730, 731
    • Allied agreement respecting distribution of reparations, Mar. 11, 219220
    • Allied financial convention (1921), 218, 219
    • Armistice agreement (1918), U. S. rights under, 221222
    • Central American conventions of 1907, cited, 570, 572, 573
    • Claims agreements, conventions, etc. See under Germany; Haiti; Mexico.
    • Commercial treaties and trade agreements. See under Germany; Great Britain; Mexico; Spain.
    • Copyright convention between United States and Austro-Hungarian Monarchy (1912), revival with respect to Hungary, 577578
    • Extradition conventions and treaties. See under Extradition.
    • Four-power treaty signed at Washington Conference, 591, 593
    • Franco-German treaty of 1911, cited, 727, 728, 734
    • Franco-Haitian protocol of 1913, cited, 535, 536, 538, 539
    • Franco-Moroccan treaty of 1912, cited, 727728
    • General act for the suppression of African slave trade (1890), cited, 115
    • International telegraph convention, cited, 368, 381
    • Lansing-Ishii Agreement (1917). See under Japan.
    • Nine-power treaty relating to China, 592593, 595596, 597
    • San Remo Oil Agreement (1920), 335, 336, 340, 787
    • Slave trade: General act for suppression of African slave trade (1890), cited, 115; treaty and convention between United States and Great Britain for abolition of African slave trade, denunciation, 407408
    • Trade agreement between Great Britain and Soviet Russia, 713, 858
    • U. S.-Denmark, treaty for cession of Danish West Indies and U. S. declaration concerning Greenland (1916), 12, 23, 34
    • U. S.-Dominican Republic, convention of 1907, cited, 47, 48, 80, 92
    • U. S.-France, conventions to ensure U. S. rights in Cameroons and Togoland and Syria and the Lebanon, negotiations. See under Mandates.
    • U. S.-Germany: Agreement and exchange of notes for a Mixed Claims Commission, Aug. 10, texts, 262266; commercial treaty, negotiations, 240241, 241, 242243, 244, 245; patent convention (1909), revival, 243, 266267; prewar treaties, question of revival, 242243, 267; treaty restoring friendly relations (1921), rights under, 222, 245, 240, 253, 258, 260, 261, 265, 265266, 266
    • U. S.-Great Britain:
      • Conventions to ensure U. S. rights in Cameroons and Togoland, East Africa, and Palestine, negotiations. See under Mandates.
      • Supplementary extradition convention, May 15, text, 406407
      • Treaty and convention for abolition of African slave trade, denunciation, 407408
    • U. S.-Haiti. See Protocol of 1919 and Treaty of 1915 under Haiti.
    • U. S.-Hungary, revival of copyright convention (1912) and extradition convention (1856), 577578
    • U. S.-Japan:
      • Convention and exchange of notes regarding Japanese mandate for Pacific islands north of the Equator, formerly German-owned, Feb. 11, texts, 599604
      • Lansing-Ishii Agreement (1917). See under Japan.
    • U. S.-Mexico: Claims conventions, proposals concerning signature, 630640, 640, 641642, 646647, 674, 678; treaty of amity and commerce, proposals concerning provisions and signature, 639646, 647680
    • U. S.-Siam: Extradition treaty, Dec. 30, text, 907913; treaty of May 29, 1856, cited, 897, 899; treaty of Dec. 16, 1920, interpretation with respect to land ownership, 893907
    • U. S.-Spain, commercial agreement (1906), denunciation, 916918
    • U. S.-Venezuela, extradition treaty. See under Venezuela.
    • Villa de Albertis Agreement, Apr. 20, 793, 800, 801
    • Versailles Treaty. See under Germany.
    • Wiesbaden Agreement, 218, 219
  • Turkey:
  • Turkish Petroleum Co., Ltd. See under Mesopotamia, Oil concessions.
  • Turkish Red Crescent, relief activities, 447
  • Underwood bill regarding U. S. war claims, 251255, 258
  • Uruguay, U. S. attitude toward Uruguayan proposal that formation of Pan American League of Nations be discussed at Fifth Pan American Conference, 984986
  • U. S. Army of Occupation. See under Rhineland, occupation by Allied and Associated Powers.
  • U. S. citizens:
    • Impressment of U. S. citizens of Greek origin into Greek Army, 453455
    • Protection of lives and property in Asia Minor, 414415, 421, 422, 426, 427, 451452, 943, 946947
    • U. S. negotiations to safeguard U. S. citizens and property in Mexico, 639646, 647680
  • U. S. Congress:
    • Failure to sanction U. S.-Liberian loan plan of 1921. See under Liberia.
    • Joint resolution concerning exportation of arms and munitions of war, Jan. 31, cited, 111
    • Senate Doc. 272, 66th Cong., 2d sess., British request for repudiation of documents referred to, 356357; U. S. reply, 357358
    • Underwood bill regarding U. S. war claims, 251255, 258
  • U. S. consular officers at Newcastle-on-Tyne. See under Great Britain.
  • U. S. general instructions to consular officers no. 865, 401403
  • U. S. panic of 1893, rehabilitation of railroads, 177, 184
  • U. S. protégés in Morocco, jurisdiction of consular courts over. See under Morocco.
  • U. S. war claims. See under Germany.
  • Ussuri Railway, 850851
  • Venezuela:
    • Extradition treaty with Bolivia, cited, 990, 991992
    • Extradition treaty with United States: Negotiations, 987994; text of treaty signed Jan. 19, 9951000; additional article signed Jan. 21, 10001001
  • Versailles Treaty. See under Germany.
  • Villa de Albertis conversations and agreement, Apr. 20, 793, 800, 801
  • Vilna controversy between Poland and Lithuania, 871, 872873
  • Vlessing Co., manganese concession in Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia, 819
  • War claims. See Germany: U. S. war claims.
  • War debts. See Reparations: Interallied war debts; Yugoslavia: Debts.
  • Washington Conference on the Limitation of Armament: Four-power treaty, effect upon Lansing-Ishii Agreement, 591, 593; nine-power treaty relating to China, effect upon Lansing-Ishii Agreement, 592593, 595596, 597; resolution cited, 596; statements and declarations concerning Japanese withdrawal from Siberia, 842, 844845, 846, 848849, 851, 852
  • Western Electric Co., claim against Germany for damages to property in Belgium, 261
  • Western Union Telegraph Co. See under Cables.
  • Wiesbaden Agreement, 218, 219
  • World War Foreign Debt Commission: Representation at proposed Brussels Conference, 167; Yugoslavia’s arrangements to negotiate with, 1005, 1008, 1010, 10101011
  • Yap, Island of. See Japan: Mandate for Pacific islands north of the Equator.
  • Yugoslavia: