Cooperation among the American Republics in their reaction to the European War: The defense of the Western Hemisphere:1

1. For other correspondence on this subject, see vol. i, pp. 681 809.


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  1. For War Department account of this 1940 phase of the policy, see Stetson Conn and Byron Fairchild, The Framework of Hemisphere Defense in the series United States Army in World War II: The Western Hemisphere (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1960), pp. 207–217. (Hereinafter cited as The Framework of Hemisphere Defense.)
  2. Diplomatic correspondence of the Department of State with regard to arrangements with the governments of the individual American Republics for military and naval staff conversations is printed in the following sections under country headings. Records of the discussions and agreements reached are not here printed as they were the responsibility of the War and Navy Departments rather than of the Department of State. For an official narrative record, see The Framework of Hemisphere Defense, pp. 175–183, 274–278, 334–336.
  3. See also The Framework of Hemisphere Defense, pp. 181–182.
  4. See also The Framework of Hemisphere Defense, pp. 271–278.
  5. See also The Framework of Hemisphere Defense, pp. 332–337.