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  1. For previous correspondence regarding trade relations between the United States and Belgium, see Foreign Relations, 1938, Vol. ii, pp. 204 ff.
  2. For correspondence concerning the occupation of Czechoslovakia, see vol. i, pp. 34 ff.
  3. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1938, vol. ii, pp. 245 ff.
  4. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1930, vol. iii, pp. 1 ff.
  5. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1938, vol. ii, pp. 314 330.
  6. For previous correspondence respecting trade relations between the United States and France, see Foreign Relations, 1937, vol. ii, pp. 275 ff.
  7. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1938, vol. ii, pp. 297 314.
  8. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1937, vol. ii, pp. 285 ff.
  9. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1938, vol. ii, pp. 331 ff. Subsequent to this exchange of notes inconclusive discussions were held in an effort to secure a working agreement on procedure. These negotiations were indefinitely postponed by the outbreak of World War II.
  10. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1938, vol. ii, pp. 483 515.
  11. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1938, vol. ii, pp. 418 431.
  12. Continued from ibid., pp. 355 418. See also section entitled “Cooperation with the Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees to Assist Persons Forced to Emigrate, Primarily from Germany, for Political or Racial Reasons”, ante, pp. 55 ff.
  13. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1938, vol ii, pp. 479 482.
  14. For previous correspondence respecting claims of the United States against Germany, see Foreign Relations, 1937, vol. ii, pp. 348 ff.
  15. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1938, vol. ii, pp. 557 ff.
  16. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1938, vol. ii, pp. 582 606.
  17. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1938, vol. ii, pp. 659 671.
  18. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1938, vol. i, pp. 149 261.
  19. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1938, vol. i, pp. 364 383. See also ante, pp. 729 748 passim.
  20. For previous correspondence regarding protection of Americans in Spain, see Foreign Relations, 1938, vol. i, pp. 262 ff.
  21. For text of convention, see Department of State Treaty Series No. 958, or 54 Stat. 1759.
  22. The sending of a special representative to the Vatican had evidently been considered by the President for some time. The letter of August 1, 1939, from Under Secretary of State Welles to President Roosevelt and the correspondence with Ambassador Phillips at Rome therein referred to appears to be the earliest record of consideration by the Department of State of such representation.
  23. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1938, vol. ii, pp. 688 704.