The Near East and Africa:


Contents

  1. For previous correspondence concerning Egyptian decrees regulating automotive traffic, see Foreign Relations, 1932, vol. ii, pp. 640 ff.
  2. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1932, vol. ii, pp. 659 671.
  3. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1928, vol. ii, pp. 786 799.
  4. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1932, vol. ii, pp. 686 ff.
  5. The documents here printed indicate typical cases arising with respect to measures in the French Zone relating to the treaty rights of the United States. Representations during 1933 were also made with respect to regulations governing headlights of automobiles, sanitary measures regarding imported vegetable products, and a concession for the completion and operation of the Port of Saffi. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1931, vol. ii, pp. 737 ff.
  6. In September of 1932 the name “The Kingdom of the Hedjaz and Nejd and Its Dependencies” was changed to “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia”. See Department of State, Press Releases, October 8 and 15, 1932, pp. 203 and 245.
  7. For previous correspondence concerning a proposed treaty, see Foreign Relations, 1931, vol. ii, pp. 547 ff.