1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. v, pp. 239.
  2. For background information on the negotiation of basic Lend-Lease agreements with Latin American Republics, see Foreign Relations, 1941, vol. vi, pp. 133 ff.
  3. For previous correspondence concerning defense measures, see Foreign Relations, 1940, vol. v, pp. 14 ff.
  4. For correspondence concerning the Inter-American Coffee Agreement, signed at Washington, November 28, 1940, see Foreign Relations, 1940, vol. v, pp. 380 ff.; for correspondence relating to negotiations on the disposal of the Brazilian coffee crop, see ibid., 1943, vol. v, pp. 684 ff.; and post, pp. 617 ff.
  5. For correspondence on good offices to Uruguay in the renewing of diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union in 1942, see Foreign Relations, 1942, vol. v, pp. 262 ff.
  6. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. v, pp. 359364.
  7. For previous correspondence on efforts to minimize the problems caused by liquidation of the United States Army’s Emergency Highway construction project in Central America, see Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. v, pp. 76 ff.
  8. For previous correspondence on the construction of this route, see Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. v, pp. 99 ff.
  9. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. v, pp. 349358.