General policy concerning the settlement of lend-kease obligations by the American Republics and the sale to them by the United States of arms and munitions of war 1

1. For previous documentation, see Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. vii, pp. 87 ff., and pp. 105 ff. For related documentation see the sections on military cooperation, lend-lease, defense measures, bases, etc. under the pertinent countries in this volume.


[168] The Subcommittee for Latin America to the State–War–Navy Coordinating Committee

Nat. Archives R.G. 353: SWNCC 4


[174] The Joint Chiefs of Staff to President Truman

810.24/7–245


[175] The Acting Secretary of State to Certain Diplomatic Representatives in the American Republics

810.24/7–1645: Circular telegram


[177] The Acting Secretary of State to the Secretary of State

800.24/7–1845: Telegram


[178] The Secretary of State to the Acting Secretary of State

800.24/7–2145: Telegram


[179] The Acting Secretary of State to the Secretary of State

800.24/7–2145: Telegram


[181] The Secretary of War ( Stimson ) to the Secretary of State

810.24/9–445


[185] The Secretary of State to the Bolivian Ambassador ( Andrade )

800.24/10–1045


[186] The Secretary of State to the Secretary of War ( Patterson )

810.20111/11–545


[187] The Secretary of War ( Patterson ) to the Secretary of State

810.24/12–745


[188] The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant )

810.24/12–1045: Telegram


[189] The Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant ) to the Secretary of State

810.24/12–1945: Telegram


[190] The Acting Secretary of State to the Secretary of War ( Patterson )

810.24/12–1945


[191] The Acting Secretary of State to the Ambassador in the Soviet Union ( Harriman )

740.00119 Council/12–2145: Telegram


[192] The Acting Secretary of War ( Royall ) to the Secretary of State

810.24/12–3145