Consideration of sanctions against Japanese policies of aggression and violation of treaty rights; enforcement of export control system; freezing of Japanese assets in the United States1

1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1940, vol. iv, pp. 565 625; cf. also Foreign Relations, Japan, 1931–1941, vol. ii, pp. 237 273.


[599] Memorandum by the Adviser on Political Relations (Hornbeck)

751G.92/168


[602] Memorandum by the Adviser on Political Relations (Hornbeck)

894.6363/378


[608] The British Embassy to the Department of State

894.33/56


[609] The Department of State to the British Embassy

894.33/56


[611] The Consul General at Singapore (Patton) to the Secretary of State

894.24/1252: Telegram


[612] Memorandum of Conversation, by the Secretary of State

894.24/1262


[613] The Secretary of State to the Consul General at Shanghai (Lockhart)

811.20 (D) Regulations/1358: Telegram


[614] The Consul at Tsingtao (Meyer) to the Secretary of State

894.24/1329


[616] The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the Secretary of State

894.5034/23: Telegram


[617] Memorandum of Conversation, by the Chief of the Division of Controls (Green)

811.20 (D) Regulations/1744


[618] The British Embassy to the Department of State

894.33/48


[619] The Acting Secretary of State to the Consul General at Shanghai (Lockhart)

811.20 (D) Regulations/1355: Telegram


[621] Memorandum by the Adviser on Political Relations (Hornbeck)

894.24/1390


[627] Memorandum Prepared in the Department of State

894.24/1371½

  1. Probably January 23; see also proclamation No. 2456 and Executive Orders Nos. 8668 and 8669, of February 4, Foreign Relations, Japan, 1931–1941, vol. ii, pp. 241, 242, and 243.