1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1942, vol. v, pp. 632 674.
  2. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1942, vol. v, pp. 674 691. Technical aspects of carrying out programs begun in 1942 were handled largely by personnel from agencies other than the Department of State, and correspondence on these aspects has been, for the most part, omitted. For correspondence regarding rubber, see pp. 664 ff.
  3. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1942, vol. v, pp. 691 729.
  4. For an agreement between the United States and Brazil respecting the development of foodstuffs production, signed at Rio de Janeiro, September 3, 1942, see Department of State Executive Agreement Series No. 302, or 56 Stat. (pt. 2) 1875.
  5. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1942, vol. v, pp. 730 757. For correspondence on the control of exports from the United States to Brazil, see ante, pp. 149 ff.
  6. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1942, vol. v, pp. 789 815.
  7. For correspondence concerning efforts of the Department of State to secure a resumption of payments on the Brazilian foreign debt, see Foreign Relations, 1940, vol. v, pp. 559 ff.