The Ambassador in Argentina (Armour) to the Secretary of State
[Received July 27.]
Sir: With reference to the Embassy’s telegram no. 294 of July 13, 1 p.m. and its despatch no. 951 of July 16,62 as well as previous despatches, reporting German propaganda in Argentina hostile to the [Page 805] United States, I have the honor to enclose a translation of the first page of the daily news bulletin of the German Embassy here for July 10 last, which criticizes the Monroe Doctrine. As the Embassy has noted in previous communications, these bulletins appear under German Embassy letter-heads and purport to be “official news received by cable from Berlin”.
- Latter not printed.↩
- See Vol. ii, pp. 505 ff.↩
- See telegram No. 1652, June 17, 11 a.m., to the Chargé in Germany, and reply No. 2293, July 2, 5 p.m., Vol. ii, pp. 494 and 495, respectively.↩
- See statement by the Secretary of State released July 5, Department of State Bulletin, July 6, 1940, p. 3.↩
- For correspondence regarding the attack by a British fleet upon French warships at Mers-el-Kebir near Oran, Algeria, July 3, 1940, see Vol. ii, pp. 469–474.↩