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  1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1930, vol. i, pp. 132 186.
  2. For previous correspondence concerning the work of the Preparatory Commission for the Disarmament Conference, see Foreign Relations, 1926, vol. i, pp. 40 ff.; ibid., 1927, vol. i, pp. 159 ff.; ibid., 1928, vol. i, pp. 235 ff.; ibid., 1929, vol. i, pp. 65 ff.; and ibid., 1930, vol. i, pp. 187 ff.
  3. For other documents of interest in this connection, see “Efforts of the United States to prevent financial collapse in Europe,” pp. 1 ff. (especially section VI, entitled “Participation of the United States in efforts to halt the withdrawals of short-term credits from Germany,” pp. 250 ff.); and “Preparations for the General Disarmament Conference,” pp. 471 ff.
  4. For previous correspondence on this subject, see Foreign Relations, 1930, vol. ii, pp. 639 ff.
  5. See also Department of State Conference Series No. 10, Conference on the Limitation of the Manufacture of Narcotic Drugs, Geneva, May 27–July 18, 1981: Report of the Delegation of the United States to the Secretary of State (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1932).
  6. For minutes of the meetings and documents submitted to the Conference, see League of Nations, Conference on the Suppression of Opium-Smoking, Convened Under Article XII of the Geneva Opium Agreement, 1925, Bangkok, November 9th to 27th, 1981 (C.577.M.284.1932.XL, Geneva, August 1932).
  7. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1930, vol. i, pp. 279 296.
  8. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1930, vol. i, pp. 309 344.
  9. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1929, vol. i, pp. 943 946.
  10. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1930, vol. i, pp. 361 377.
  11. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1929, vol. i, pp. 1005 1009.

    The representations were transmitted by the Department to the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce. For representations by Germany, see memorandum of March 3, 1931, from the German Embassy, p. 818.

  12. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1930, vol. i, pp. 252 255.