Memorandum by the Ambassador in Japan (Grew)

In the course of my conversation with the Foreign Minister today I read aloud and handed to him a letter (text appended)93 covering a memorandum setting forth further facts received from American officials in Japan and Japanese-occupied areas in China of obstructions, interferences and inconveniences imposed on American citizens by Japanese authorities. The items in the memorandum were grouped under the headings “Police Action”, “Travel”, “Mail Deliveries”, “Picketing and Similar Interferences.”

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The Minister asked me several questions on matters of detail and said that he would give his best efforts to removing these grounds for complaint.

J[oseph] C. G[rew]
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