General (Continued from Volume I):


Contents

  1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1939, Vol. i, pp. 656 716.
  2. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1939, Vol. i, pp. 793 820.
  3. For previous correspondence, see section on representations to the German Government against detention of neutral ships and cargoes destined for the United States, Foreign Relations, 1939, vol. i, pp. 821 ff.
  4. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1939, vol. i, pp. 574 ff.
  5. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1939, vol. i, pp. 637 655.
  6. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1939, vol. ii, pp. 55 160. For correspondence regarding Jewish immigration into Palestine, see vol. iii , section under Palestine entitled “Effect of the European war upon the situation in Palestine; British policies regarding Jewish immigration into Palestine.”
  7. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1939, vol. i, pp. 848 ff.
  8. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1939, vol. i, pp. 858 905.
  9. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1939, vol. i, pp. 906 947. For correspondence regarding the purchase of tin from Bolivia, see ibid., 1940, vol. v , section under Bolivia entitled “Negotiation of a contract guaranteed by the Bolivian Government for the purchase of tin ore …”
  10. For previous correspondence regarding interest of the United States in the non-political activities of the League of Nations, see Foreign Relations, 1939, vol. ii, pp. 52 ff.
  11. For previous correspondence regarding reservation by the United States of American rights in this region, see Foreign Relations, 1939, vol. ii, pp. 1 ff.
  12. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1939, vol. ii, p. 51.