The Chargé in Japan (Dooman) to the Secretary of State99
[Received July 19—6 a.m.]
340. Department’s 202, July 15, 6 p.m.
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Yoshizawa told me that the Chungking bombings were being carefully investigated and that the Japanese Ambassador at Washington would be shortly instructed to make a full statement in response to the representations made to him by the Secretary on July 10.
Repeated to Chungking, Peiping.
- Transmitted to the Department by the Consul General at Shanghai (Gauss).↩