Unsatisfactory trade relations between the United States and Germany; German representations against imposition of countervailing duties by the United States7

7. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1935, vol. ii, pp. 438 477.


[148] The Acting Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Germany (Dodd)

611.623/119: Telegram


[149] The Ambassador in Germany (Dodd) to the Secretary of State

611.623/120: Telegram


[150] The Ambassador in Germany (Dodd) to the Secretary of State

611.623/121: Telegram


[151] The Ambassador in Germany (Dodd) to the Secretary of State

611.623/122: Telegram


[153] The Ambassador in Germany (Dodd) to the Secretary of State

611.6231/753


[155] Memorandum by the Secretary of State

611.0031/2198


[156] Memorandum by the Assistant Economic Adviser (Livesey)

611.623/160


[157] The Chargé in Germany (Mayer) to the Secretary of State

611.623/140: Telegram


[158] The Chargé in Germany (Mayer) to the Secretary of State

611.623/141: Telegram


[159] Memorandum by the Assistant Economic Adviser (Livesey)

611.623/182


[161] The Chargé in Germany (Mayer) to the Secretary of State

611.6231/776: Telegram


[162] The Chargé in Germany (Mayer) to the Secretary of State

611.6231/777: Telegram


[163] The Secretary of State to the Chargé in Germany (Mayer)

611.6231/777: Telegram


[165] The German Embassy to the Department of State

611.6231/783½


[167] Memorandum by the Assistant Economic Adviser (Livesey)

611.623/203


[170] Memorandum by the Secretary of State

611.623/220


[171] The Consul General at Berlin (Jenkins) to the Secretary of State

862.5151/1727: Telegram


[172] The Secretary of State to the German Ambassador (Luther)

611.623/224


[173] Memorandum by the Under Secretary of State (Phillips)

611.623/225