Concern of the United States for the welfare of the peoples of Bulgaria, Hungary, and Romania; efforts to achieve the terms of the treaties of peace, and to protect United States interests 1
1. For previous documentation on United States relations with the Balkan states, see Foreign Relations, 1947, vol. iv, pp. 1 ff. For documentation on the preparation of the treaties of peace with Bulgaria, Hungary, and Romania in 1946, see ibid., 1946, volumes ii, iii, and iv. For documentation on the signing (February 10, 1947), ratification, and deposit of ratification of the treaties, see ibid., 1947, vol. iii, pp. 515 ff., and for documentation on the efforts by the United States during 1947 to secure implementation of the treaties, see ibid., 1947, vol. iv, pp. 1 ff. For the texts of the Treaties of Peace with Bulgaria, Hungary, and Romania, see Department of State Treaties and Other International Acts Series Nos. 1650, 1651, and 1649, respectively.
Documentation on the interest of the United States in the dispute between Yugoslavia and the Communist Information Bureau is presented separately, pp. 1054 ff.
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740.0011 EW Peace/3–1548: Telegram
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