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  1. For other correspondence on this subject, see vol. i, pp. 681 809.
  2. 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.)
  3. 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.
  4. See also The Framework of Hemisphere Defense, pp. 181–182.
  5. See also The Framework of Hemisphere Defense, pp. 271–278.
  6. See also The Framework of Hemisphere Defense, pp. 332–337.
  7. See also Diario de Sesiones de la Segunda Reunión de Consulta entre los Minitros de Relaciones Exteriores de las Repúblicas Americanas (La Habana); Second Meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics, Havana, Cuba, July, 1940, Special Handbook prepared by the Pan American Union (Washington, 1940); “Habana Meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Final Act and Convention,” Department of State Bulletin, August 24, 1940, p. 127; Report on the Second Meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics, Habana, July 21–30, 1940, Submitted to the Governing Board of the Pan American Union by the Director General, Congress and Conference Series No. 32 (Pan American Union, Washington, 1940); Second Meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics, Habana, July 21–30, 1940, Report of the Secretary of State (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1941); Department of State Executive Agreement Series No. 199: Provisional Administration of European Colonies and Possessions in the Americas, Act of Habana Contained in the Final Act of the Second Meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics Signed at Habana July 30, 1940 (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1941); Second Inter-American Consultative Conference, Havana, 1940, List of the Projects Delivered to the Office of the Secretary General (mimeographed; copy deposited in Library of the Pan American Union). The files of the delegation are in the Department of State.
  8. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1939, vol. v, pp. 45 47. See also Pan American Union, Law and Treaty Series No. 15, Decrees and Regulations on Neutrality (Washington, 1940?); Second Meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics, Havana, Cuba, July, 1940: Special Handbook prepared by the Pan American Union (Washington, 1940); Second Meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics, Habana, July 21–30, 1940: Report of the Secretary of State (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1941).
  9. Act of Habana concerning the provisional administration of European colonies and possessions in the Americas, Second Meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics, Habana, July 21–30, 1940, Report of the Secretary of State (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1941), pp. 75–77; Executive Agreement Series No. 199, or 54 Stat. (pt. 2) 2491; see also section entitled, “Second Meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the American Republics, held at Habana July 21–30, 1940,” ante, pp. 180 ff.
  10. See also Pan American Union, Organization and Activities of the Inter-American Financial and Economic Advisory Committee (Washington, 1941, mimeographed), pp. 1–2 and Appendices IV and V; Comité Consultivo Económico Financiero Interamericano, Manual de su organización y actividades, 1939–1943 (Washington, n.d.), pp. 77–79; Department of State Bulletin, March 16, 1940, pp. 305–306; ibid., May 11, 1940, pp. 512–525.
  11. See also Pan American Union, Organization and Activities of the Inter-American Financial and Economic Advisory Committee (Washington, 1941, mimeographed), p. 2 and Appendices VI and VII; Comité Consultivo Económico Financiero Interamericano, Manual de su organización y actividades, 1939–1943, (Washington, n. d.), pp. 89–98.
  12. See also Pan American Union, Organization and Activities of the Inter-American Financial and Economic Advisory Committee (Washington, 1941, mimeographed), pp. 2–3 and Appendix VIII; Comité Consultivo Económico Financiero Interamerieano, Manual de su organización y actividades, 1989–1943 (Washington, n.d.), pp. 99–102. See also bracketed note, ante, p. 345.
  13. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1939, vol. v, pp. 54 84.
  14. For the proceedings of the sessions of this Conference, see Pan American Union, Congress and Conference Series No. 34: Proceedings of the Inter-American Maritime Conference (Washington, 1940), 2 vols.; see also Pan American Union, Organization and Activities of the Inter-American Financial and Economic Advisory Committee (Washington, 1941, mimeographed), pp. 3–5 and Appendix IX; Comité Consultivo Económico Financiero Interamericano, Manual de su organización y actividades, 1939–1943 (Washington, n. d.), pp. 80–88; and Department of State, Inter-American Maritime Conference, Report of the Delegates of the United States (Washington, 1941).
  15. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1939, vol. v, pp. 173 226.
  16. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1939, vol. v, pp. 148 172.