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  1. For previous documentation on displaced persons and refugees, see Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. ii, pp. 1146 ff.; on transfer of German populations, ibid., pp. 1227 ff., on repatriation of Soviet prisoners of war, ibid., vol. v. pp. 1067 ff.
  2. For previous documentation on implementation of the Safehaven Program and U.S. concern over enemy attempts to secrete funds and other assets in neutral countries, see Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. ii, pp. 852 ff.
  3. For previous documentation concerning trade relations between the United States and France, see Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. iv, pp. 757 ff.
  4. For previous documentation concerning Centralized Agencies and Economic Control of Germany, see Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. iii, pp. 861 925, and 1169 1506, respectively.
  5. For previous documentation, see Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. iii, pp. 925 ff.
  6. For previous documentation, see Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. ii, pp. 1033 ff.
  7. For previous documentation relating to air corridors, see Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. iii, pp. 1606 ff.
  8. For previous documentation, see Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. iii, pp. 1521 1558, passim.
  9. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. iii, pp. 784 ff.
  10. For previous documentation relating to this subject, see Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. iv, pp. 991 ff.
  11. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. iv, pp. 963 991.
  12. For previous documentation regarding interest of the United States in acquiring long-term rights to operate military bases in the Azores, see Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. v, pp. 451 ff.
  13. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. v, pp. 667 708.