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  1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. iv, pp. 801 939.
  2. For previous documentation, see Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. iv, pp. 1032 ff.
  3. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. iv, pp. 1159 1198. For further documentation, see ibid., 1945, vol. vi , section under Japan entitled “Efforts by the United States to send financial and other assistance to American nationals held by Japan.”
  4. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. iv, pp. 1241 1273.
  5. For previous documentation on the interest of the United States in freedom of religion and religious conditions in the Soviet Union, see Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. iv, pp. 1211 ff.
  6. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. iv, pp. 1224 1241.
  7. For the establishment of the policy of the United States against the arrest of deserting seamen, see the Seamen’s Act of March 4, 1915, 38 Stat. 1164, and Foreign Relations, 1915, pp. 3 ff.
  8. For previous documentation concerning the problem of Soviet spouses of American citizens and their difficulties in obtaining exit permits to leave the Soviet Union, see despatch 520 of May 31, 1944, from Moscow; despatch 884 of September 1, 1944, from Moscow; memorandum by Charles E. Bohlen of September 29, 1944; and instruction 355 of November 21, 1944, to Moscow, Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. iv, pp. 877, 914, 920, and 935, respectively. For previous references to this persisting problem, see ibid., p. 877, footnote 76.