The Near East and Africa:


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  1. For previous correspondence on this subject, see Foreign Relations, 1940, vol. iii, pp. 465 ff.
  2. For previous correspondence on the subject of Iranian requests for aid from the United States, see Foreign Relations, 1940, vol. iii, pp. 638 ff.
  3. For previous correspondence on this subject, see Foreign Relations, 1940, vol. iii, pp. 663 ff.
  4. For previous correspondence regarding the expropriation of American missionary schools in Iran, see Foreign Relations, 1940, vol. iii, pp. 693 ff.
  5. For previous correspondence relating to this subject, see Foreign Relations, 1940, vol. iii, pp. 703 ff.
  6. For previous correspondence regarding the Spanish occupation of the Tangier Zone and reservation of American treaty rights, see Foreign Relations, 1940, vol. iii, pp. 783 ff.
  7. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1940, vol. iii, pp. 823 829.
  8. For previous correspondence on this general subject, see Foreign Relations, 1940, vol. iii, pp. 830 ff.
  9. For additional material relating to this subject, see Hearings Before a Special Committee Investigating the National Defense Program, Part 41, Petroleum Arrangements With Saudi Arabia, U. S. Senate, 80th Cong., 1st sess., on S. Res. 46 (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1948).
  10. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1940, vol. iii, pp. 890 926.
  11. See also correspondence regarding efforts of the American and British Governments to acquire Turkish chrome and to prevent its sale by Turkey to Germany, pp. 936 ff.
  12. For previous correspondence regarding acquisition of chrome from Turkey, see Foreign Relations, 1940, vol. iii, pp. 944 ff.