Unsuccessful efforts to negotiate a lend-lease settlement agreement with the Soviet Union 1
1. For previous documentation on attempts to open negotiations with the Soviet Union for a Lend-Lease settlement agreement, and consideration of the granting of loans and credits, see Foreign Relations, 1946, vol. vi, pp. 818 ff. For the text of the Lend-Lease Act, approved March 11, 1941, see 55 Stat. 31; and for the text of the Master Lend-Lease Agreement with the Soviet Union signed in Washington on June 11, 1942, see Department of State Executive Agreement Series No. 253, or 56 Stat. 1500.
 The Acting Chief of the Division of Lend-Lease and Surplus War-Property Affairs ( Matlock ) to Mr. Henry Waegelein, Deputy Assistant to the United States Maritime Commission
 The Lend-Lease Administrator ( Lane ) to the Chairman of the Government Purchasing Commission of the Soviet Union in the United States ( Eremin )
 Memorandum by Mr. Joseph J. O’Connell, Jr., General Counsel Department of the Treasury, to Mr. Robert W. Maxwell, Commissioner of Accounts, Department of the Treasury
 Memorandum by Mr. George E. Truesdell of the Division of Lend-Lease and Surplus War Property Affairs
 Memorandum by Mr. Durward V. Sandifer, Acting Legislative Counsel in the Office of the Legal Adviser
 Memorandum Concerning Estimated Inventory of Lend-Lease Articles in the Possession of the Soviet Union After the Termination of Hostilities Against Japan