1. Concerning the attitude of the United States toward the entry of Turkey into the war, see bracketed note, Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. iv, p. 1057; for previous correspondence regarding preemptive buying of Turkish goods, see ibid., pp. 1111 ff.; for previous correspondence on the efforts of the United States and the British Governments to acquire Turkish chrome and to prevent its sale by Turkey to Germany, see ibid., pp. 1150 ff.
  2. For previous correspondence, see Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. iv, pp. 1087 ff.