1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. iii, pp. 497613.
  2. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. iii, pp. 613736. (The subtitles which are identical with those in the 1943 volume are here preceded by an asterisk.)
  3. For previous correspondence on wartime assistance from the United States for the Soviet Union, see Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. iii, pp. 737 ff.
  4. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. iii, pp. 799828. For further correspondence on efforts by the United States to send financial and other assistance to American nationals held by Japan, see vol. v, pp. 1015 ff.
  5. For previous correspondence about the trial and sentencing of German war criminals and Russian accomplices in the Soviet Union, see Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. iii, pp. 845 ff.
  6. For previous correspondence on this subject and on the reestablishment of the Patriarchate of the Russian Orthodox Church, see Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. iii, pp. 855 ff. For the exchange of letters between President Roosevelt and the People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union (Litvinov) at Washington, November 16, 1933, in regard to freedom of conscience and religious liberty for American citizens residing in the Soviet Union, see Foreign Relations, The Soviet Union, 1933–1939, pp. 2933.