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  1. For previous correspondence regarding conflict between the French rent laws and the treaty of February 23, 1853, see Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, pp. 832 ff.
  2. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1932, vol. ii, pp. 276 ff.
  3. For additional correspondence, see telegram No. 31, March 8, 3 p.m., from the Ambassador in Germany, p. 321, and despatch No. 1196, March 21, from the Consul General at Berlin, p. 323.
  4. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1931, vol. ii, pp. 322 329.
  5. For previous correspondence regarding American loans to Greece, see Foreign Relations, 1932, vol. i, pp. 626 ff. and ibid., vol. ii, pp. 384 ff. and 396 ff.
  6. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1932, vol. ii, pp. 492 499.
  7. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1931, vol. ii, pp. 965 974.
  8. For previous correspondence regarding the status of Bessarabia, see Foreign Relations, 1932, vol. ii, pp. 503 ff.
  9. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1929, vol. iii, pp. 757 758.
  10. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1932, vol. ii, pp. 527 560.
  11. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1932, vol. ii, pp. 560 581.
  12. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1932, vol. ii, pp. 582 603.
  13. For correspondence concerning the refusal of the United States to recognize the Soviet regime in Russia, see Foreign Relations, 1923, vol. ii, pp. 755 ff.