Financial relations between the United States and China: Efforts to assist in curbing inflation in China; shipment of gold to China; financial settlement of yuan expenditures by United States military forces; Lend-Lease questions; disposal of surplus property; exchange rates, etc.1

1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. vi, pp. 824 951.


[788] The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in China (Hurley)

893.51/1–845: Telegram


[789] The Chinese Ambassador (Wei) to the Secretary of State

893.51/1–1045


[790] The Ambassador in China (Hurley) to the Secretary of State

893.51/1–1745: Telegram


[791] The Acting Secretary of State to the Ambassador in China (Hurley)

102.1/2–345: Telegram


[792] The Ambassador in China (Hurley) to the Secretary of State

103.9169[/2–645]: Telegram


[793] The Ambassador in China (Hurley) to the Secretary of State

102.1/2–945: Telegram


[794] Memorandum by the Second Secretary of Embassy in China (Boehringer)

124.936/2–2745


[795] The Chargé in China (Atcheson) to the Secretary of State

103.9169[/2–2645]: Telegram


[796] The Chargé in China (Atcheson) to the Secretary of State

102.1/3–1145: Telegram


[798] The Chargé in China (Atcheson) to the Secretary of State

102.1/3–1745: Telegram


[799] The Chargé in China (Atcheson) to the Secretary of State

893.51/4–745: Telegram


[800] The Chargé in China (Briggs) to the Secretary of State

893.51/4–1245


[801] Memorandum of Conversation, by the Secretary of State

893.50/4–1745


[804] The Ambassador in China (Hurley) to the Secretary of State

893.61311/4–2845


[805] The War Department to the Department of State

893.24/5–345


[817] The Ambassador in China (Hurley) to the Secretary of State

103.9169/5–1745