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Contents

  1. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1931, vol. i, pp. 827 ff.
  2. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1931, vol. i, pp. 866873.
  3. For previous correspondence on negotiations, see Foreign Relations, 1930, vol. iii, pp. 6 ff.
  4. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1930, vol. iii, pp. 76 ff.
  5. 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 for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1930 (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1931), p. 341, or League of Nations Treaty Series, vol. cvi, p. 121. See also Foreign Relations, 1929, vol. ii, pp. 1083 ff; ibid., 1930, vol. iii, pp. 106 ff.; and ibid., 1931, vol. ii, pp. 280 ff.
  6. For correspondence preliminary to the signing of the treaty of December 8, 1923, and text of treaty, see Foreign Relations, 1923, vol. ii, pp. 22 ff.
  7. For correspondence relating to the negotiation of the Refugee Loan of 1924, see Foreign Relations, 1924, vol. ii, pp. 282 ff.
  8. For correspondence relating to the negotiation of the loan of May 10, 1929, see Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. iii, pp. 1 ff.
  9. For previous correspondence relative to the exemption from alleged military obligations accorded by Greece to American citizens of Greek origin, see Foreign Relations, 1931, vol. ii, pp. 385 ff.
  10. For correspondence preliminary to the signing of the contract of October 20, 1928, see Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. iii, pp. 31 ff.
  11. For previous correspondence regarding unjustified arrests of Americans in Italy, see Foreign Relations, 1931, vol. ii, pp. 629 ff.
  12. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1930, vol. iii, pp. 801807.
  13. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1931, vol. ii, pp. 975977.
  14. For previous correspondence on the general subject of trade grievances between Spain and the United States, see Foreign Relations, 1929, vol. iii, pp. 788 ff.; ibid., 1930, vol. iii, pp. 813 ff.; ibid., 1931, vol. ii, pp. 995 ff.
  15. For previous correspondence regarding American telephone interests in Spain, see Foreign Relations, 1924, vol. ii, pp. 692 ff.
  16. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1931, vol. ii, pp. 10091018.
  17. For previous correspondence regarding the question of liability for military service of naturalized American citizens, see Foreign Relations, 1931, vol. ii, pp. 1050 ff.