1. Agreement providing for the discharge of Germany’s war indebtedness to the United States; for text, see Annual Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, 1930, p. 341, or League of Nations Treaty Series, vol. cvi, p. 121. See also Foreign Relations, 1929, vol. ii, pp. 1083 ff.; and ibid., 1930, vol. iii, pp. 106 ff.
  2. For correspondence concerning similar opposition in Austria, see vol. i, pp. 866 ff.
  3. For correspondence concerning the establishment of the Mixed Claims Commission (August 10, 1922), United States and Germany, before which these petitions were heard, see Foreign Relations, 1922, vol. ii, pp. 240 ff.

    On October 16, 1930, the Mixed Claims Commission decided in favor of Germany in both of the so-called sabotage cases. For text of the decision, see Mixed Claims Commission, United States and Germany, Administrative Decisions and Opinions of a General Nature and Opinions and Decisions in Certain Individual Claims, from October 1, 1926, to December 31, 1932, with orders of March 25 and May 7, 1925, and Appendices (Washington, 1933), pp. 967–994.

  4. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1930, vol. iii, pp. 109 116.