1. Declaration made at Tehran by President Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Churchill, and Marshal Stalin, Chairman of the Council of People’s Commissars of the Soviet Union (Premier). For documentation on the Declaration and on efforts of the United States in 1944 to implement it, see Foreign Relations, The Conferences at Cairo and Tehran, 1943, pp. 646 ff., and Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. v, pp. 306 ff.
  2. See also documentation on the declaration of war by Iran on Germany on September 9, 1943, ibid., 1943, vol. iv, pp. 428 ff.
  3. For previous documentation on this subject, see ibid., 1944, vol. v, pp. 390 ff., passim.
  4. For previous documentation on the activities of this mission, see Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. v, pp. 510 ff., passim.
  5. For previous documentation on this subject, see Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. v, pp. 373 ff.
  6. For previous documentation on this subject, see Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. v, pp 355 ff. See also T. H. Vail Motter, The Persian Corridor and Aid to Russia, in the official Army history United States Army in World War II: The Middle East Theater (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1952), pp. 427–432.
  7. For documentation on the attitude of the United States toward the decision of the Iranian Government to prohibit negotiations with foreign interests for oil concessions, see Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. v, pp. 445 ff.