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Volume VII: Numbers 158-183a, July 4-December 26, 1942



Academy of Political Science. New York, N. Y. r Ad-
dress by Mr. Grew before. 915.
Acheson, Dean G., Assistant Secretary of State: Ad-
dress on building in war for peace, 614.
Addresses (see also names of the individuah) :
Books and Authors luncheon, by Mr. Grew, S65.
Building in War for Peace, by Mr. Acheson, 614.
Canadian Victory Loan campaign, by Mr. Grew, 800.
China Relief, United, by Mr. Grew, 797.
Civilian Defense audience (Omaha), by Mr. Grew,

945.
Columbus Day, by Mr. Berle, 836.
Country Women in a Neighborhood of Nations, by Mr.

Bundy, 879.
Economic and Financial Control Systems, Inter-
American Conference on. by Mr. Welles, 580.
Far East, Building Our Relations With, by Mr. Han-
son, 964.
Foreign Policy, American, the Realist Base of, by Mr.

Berle, 831.
Foreign Relations, Chicago Council on, by Mr. Grew,

919.
Foreign Trade Conrention, 29th national-
World Trade dinner, by Mr. Welles, 808.
Some Economic Asijects of Our Foreign Relations,

by Mr. Geist, 813.
British-American Trade Relations After the War,

by Mr. Hawkins, 818.
Greek resistance to Axis aggression, by Mr. Welles,

876.
Herald Tribune Forum, New York, by Mr. WeUes,

939 ; by Admiral Standley, 9^3.
Iceland, anniversary of arrival of American troops

in, by Mr. Berle. 618.
Industries, Associated, meeting, by Mr. Grew, 871.
Italy, The Position of, by Mr. Berle, 925.
Manufacturers' Association, Illinois, by Mr. Grew, 992.
Poland, third anniversary of German attack on, by

Mr. Berle, 733.
Political Science, Academy of, by Mr. Grew, 915.
Red Cross Nurses' Aid rally (Rockefeller Center), by

Mr. Grew, 777.
Remington Arms Company, by Mr. Grew, 758.
Republican Club, National, by Mr. Grew, S6S.
Return from Japan (on exchange ship "Gripsholm"),

radio address on occasion of, by Mr. Grew, 719.
Richmond War and Community Fund meeting, by Mr.

Grew, 851.



Addresses — Continued.

Sara Delano Roosevelt Memorial, dedication, by Mr.

Welles, 991.
Student Assembly, International, by President

Roosevelt, 729.
Trinity College commencement, by Mr. Grew, 1018.
The War and Human Freedom, by Secretary Hull,

639.
War Finance Conference, by Mr. Grew, 845.
War-rally luncheon (Syracuse), by Mr. Grew, 763.
Advisory committees to Department of State, 780.
Africa. See French North Africa ; French West Africa.
Agreements, international. See Treaties, agreements,

etc.
Agriculture :

Education, advisory committee on inter-American

cooperation, 781.
Experiment stations In Ecuador and El Salvador,
establishment and operation. 1013.
Aguirre, Salvador. Honduran Foreign Minister : Cor-
respondence, U.S. relations with Vichy govern-
ment, 939.
Alabama State Chamber of Commerce: Address by

Mr. Berle before, 831.
Albania: Resistance to Italian occupation. 998.
Alcohol, purchase by U. S. from Mexico. 633.
Algeria : American military operations in French North
Africa, message from President Roosevelt to
Governor General Chatel, 907.
Aliens, enemy :

Nationals of Bulgaria, Hungary, and Rumania in

U. S., 650.
Transportation of, general license authorizing. 634.
Allen, Percy F., Assistant Director of Personnel of the

Department : Retirement, 985.
Alliance and mutual assistance, treaty between United

Kingdom and Soviet Union (1942), text, 781.
Allied powers. See United Nations.
Allocations : Commodities from U.S. to other American

republics. 5S0.
American Gifts Committee in Great Britain : Control

of relief contributions from U.S.. 629.
American Hemisphere Exports, OfBce of the Depart-
ment : Acting Assistant Chief, designation of
Lester S. Dame. 774 ; of Frederick T. Merrill, 744.
American republics (see also Commissions, committees,
etc. ; Conferences, congresses, etc. ; War ; and the
individual countries) :
Commodities allocated by U.S. to, 580.

1087



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American republics — Continued.
Counselors of Embassy for economic affairs at U.S.

missions in, 951.
Cultural leaders, visits to U.S., from Argentina, 595,
624 ; Brazil, 634, 651 ; Chile, 595, 968 ; El Salva-
dor, 828, 950; Honduras, 950; Mexico, 929, 951,
985, 1010, 1011 ; Paraguay, 858 ; Peru, 840, 894 ;
Venezuela, 651, 984.
Cultural relations (q.v.) —
Advisory committees to Department of State, 780.
Agreements (1942) between Argentina and Spain,
930; between Brazil and Venezuela, 1012.
Exchange with Axis powers of diplomatic, consular,

and other personnel, 579, 632, 713.
Highway, Inter-American, plan for completion, 661.
Mutual-aid agreements with U.S., 972.
Oil distribution to, from U.S., 620.
Students in U.S. from, meteorology courses, 1010.
U.S. employees, detail to, 625.
American Republics, Division of the Department : As-
sistant Chief, designation of John C. Dreier, 625 ; of
Robert F. Woodward, 596.
Americans :
Citizens residing in Canada, military service, ar-
rangement with Canada regarding, 789.
Entry into and departure from U.S., regulations.

Repatriation from Europe, 579; from Far East, 713.
Amity, treaty of, China and Cuba (1942), signature,

972.
Anglo-American Caribbean Commission, U.S. Section :
Duties, 1011.

Secretary (Weston), appointment, 660.
Appeals on Visa Cases, Board of, report, 982.
Appleby, Paul H., Under Secretary of Agriculture :
Special Assistant to Secretary of State, in charge of
Office of Foreign Territories, designation, 971,
985.
Appropriations, State Department, 1943, analysis, 670.
Aranha, Oswaldo, Brazilian Minister of Foreign Af-
fairs :
Correspondence with Secretary Hull —
Anniversary of Brazilian independence, 771.
Declaration of war on Germany and Italy by
Brazil, 723.
Argentina (see also American republics) :

American military operations in Fi-ench North
Africa, message from Minister of Foreign Af-
fairs (Guinazu) to Secretary Hull, 913.
Cultural leaders, visits to U.S., 595, 624.
Death of ex-Presldent Ortiz, 634.
Sinking of steamer (Rio Tercero), letter of appre-
ciation for U.S. assistance to crew, 579.
Treaties, agreements, etc. —

Commercial, with Spain (1942), signature, 897.
Cultural, with Spain (1942), signature, 930.



Argentina — Continued.

Treaties, agreements, etc. — Continued.
Trade,
With U.S. (1941), supplementary proclamation,

1001.
With Venezuela (1942), signature, 1012.
Wheat, memorandum of agreement (1942), ap-
proval, 582; text (including draft convention),
583.
Armed forces, U.S. See War.
Armies in the field (Red Cross Convention), 622.
Armistice Day proclamation, 895.
Arroyo del Rio, Carlos A., President of Ecuador:
Correspondence, American military operations in

French North Africa, 912.
Visit to U.S., 929, 949.
Atlantic Charter: Anniversary of signing, message
from President Roosevelt to Prime Minister
Churchill, 697.
Australia :
Treaties, agreements, etc. — ■

Lend-lease aid, reciprocal, to U.S. and Its armed

forces (1942), signature, 734; text, 736.
Wheat, memorandum of agreement (1942), ap-
proval, 582; text (including draft convention),
583.
Wool, reduction In export price, 983.
Austria, status of, statement by Secretary Hull, 660.
Aviation :

Training schools In Mexico, 660.
Transportation by air, convention (1929), adherence
by Liberia, lOOl.
Awards :

Legion of Merit, 895.
Medal for Merit, 1022.
Axis powers. See Germany ; Italy ; Japan.

Babassu and castor oil : Purchase by U. S. from Brazil,

725.
Baldomir, General Alfredo, President of Uruguay:
Correspondence, American military operations In
French North Africa, 913.
Balfour Declaration, 25th anniversary, 885.
Batista, General Fulgencio, President of Cuba :
Correspondence, American military operations in

EYeuch North Africa, 911.
Visit to U. S., 929, 1000.
Belgian Congo : Adherence to international opium con-
vention of 1912, 705.
Berle, Adolf A., Jr., Assistant Secretary of State :

Address on anniversary of arrival of American troops
in Iceland, 618 ; on anniversary of German at-
tack on Poland, 733 ; on Columbus Day, 836 ; on
position of Italy in War, 925 ; on realist base of
American foreign policy, 831.
Correspondence, military service of American citizens
residing in Canada, 790.



INDEX



1089



Bevans, Charles I., Treaty Division of the Department :
Alternate liaison officer with Office of Fishery Co-
ordination of Interior Department, designation,
715.
Biddle, Anthony J. Drexel, Jr.: Confirmation of nomi-
nation as American Ambassador to Yugoslavia and
Greece, 792.
Bjornsson, Sveinn, Regent of Iceland : Correspondence,

national holiday of Iceland, 984.
Blocked nationals. See Proclaimed List of Certain

Blocked Nationals.
Boards. See Commissions, committees, etc.
Bolivia (see also American republics) :

American military operations in French North
Africa, message from President Penaranda to
President Roosevelt, 908.
Economic cooperation vrith U.S., 621, 634, 702.
Health and Sanitation Mission, U.S., to, 662.
Treaties, agreements, etc. —

Military mission, with U.S. (1942), signature, 704.
Rubber, with U.S. (1942), signature, 633.
Sanitation, with U. S. (1942), signature, 703.
Books and Authors luncheon, address by Mr. Grew, 865.
Brazil (see also American republics) :
Cultural leaders, visits to U.S., 634, 651.
Declaration of war on Germany and Italy, message
from President Roosevelt to President Vargas,
710; from Secretary Hull to Foreign Minister
Aranha, 711, and reply, 723.
Indei)endence, anniversary message from President
Roosevelt to President Vargas, 751 ; from Secre-
tary Hull to Foreign Minister Aranha, 752 ; and
reply, 771.
Sanitary Conference, Pan American, 11th, at Rio de

Janeiro, 839.
Sinking of vessels by Axis submarines, message from
President Roosevelt to President Vargas, and
reply, 710.
Technical Mission, U.S., to, 740.
Treaties, agreements, etc. —

Babassu and castor oil, with U.S. (1942), 725.
Coffee, cocoa, and Brazil nuts, with U.S. (1942),

signature, 860.
Cultural interchange, with Venezuela (1942), sig-
nature, 1012.
Stabilization of exchange, with U.S. (1037), ex-
tension, 622.
Sugar regulation (1937), protocol of extension
(1942), signature, 841.
Brazil nuts, purchase by U.S., 860.
British Guiana :

Rubber agreement with U.S. (1942), signature, 698.
British Honduras: Rubber agreement with U.S. (1942),

signature, 713.
British Isles. See Great Britain.



Broadcasting, judicial decision regarding contract af-
fected by North American Regional Broadcasting
Agreement (1937), 897.

Bulgarian nationals in U.S., alien enemies, 650.

Bundy, Vernon E., Division of Commercial Policy and
Agreements : Address on role of country women
in a neighborhood of nations, 879.

Cale, Edward G., Division of Commercial Policy and
Agreements of the Department : Alternate repre-
sentative on Interdepartmental Sugar Policy Com-
mittee, designation, 625.
Canada :
Armed forces, transfer of U.S. citizens from Canadian

to U.S., 711.
Great Lakes Fisheries, International Board of In-
quiry for, report, 858.
Treaties, agreements, etc. —

Migratory birds, U.S. and Great Britain (1916),

678.
Military service of American citizens residing in

Canada, with U.S. (1942), text, 789.
Post-war economic settlements, with U.S. (1942),

text, 977.
Wheat, memorandum of agreement (1942), ap-
proval, 582; text (including draft convention),
583.
Victory Loan campaign, address by Mr. Grew, 800.
Canadian-American Military Board, action by, 711.
Cartas Andino, General Tiburcio, President of Hondu-
ras: Correspondence, American military opera-
tions in French North Africa, 912.
Caribbean Commission, Anglo-American, U.S. Section :
Duties, 1011.

Secretary (Weston), appointment, 660.
Caribbean Office of the Department :

Assistant Chief, designation of Warden McK. Wilson,

752.
Duties as executive agency for U. S. Section, Anglo-
American Caribbean Commission, 1011.
Carmona, General Antonio Oscar de Fragoso, President
of Portugal : Correspondence, American military
operations in French North Africa, 906.
Carr, Robert M., Assistant Chief, Division of Commer-
cial Policy and Agreements of the Department:
Representative on Interdepartmental Sugar Policy
Committee, designation, 625.
Castor Oil and babassu : Purchase by U. S. from Brazil,

725.
Catudal, Honorg Marcel, Assistant Chief, Division of
Commercial Policy and Agreements of the Depart-
ment : Designation, 774.
Central Translating Office of the Department : Duties,
791.



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Chapin, Selden, Assistant Chief, Division of tlie Amer-
ican Republics of tlie Department : Executive sec-
retary of Committee on Political Planning, appoint-
ment, 896.
Chiang Kai-shek, Generalissimo of China:
Correspondence —

Anniversary of Japanese attacli on China, 620, 633.
Extraterritoriality in China, relinquishment by

U.S., 839.
Radiophoto service, U.S. and China, 1010.
Chief Clerk and Administrative Assistant of the Depart-
ment :
Designation of Millard L. Ivenestrick as, 692.
Office of, creation, 691.
Chile {see also American republics) :
American military operations in French North Africa,
messages to President Roosevelt from officials
and organizations, 909-910.
Cultural leaders, visits to U.S., 595, 968.
Independence, anniversary message from President

Roosevelt, 771.
Inter-American Congress on Social Planning at

Santiago, 748.
President RIos, proposed visit to U.S., 701, 838.
China (see also Far East) :
Ambassador to U.S. (Wei), credentials, 824.
National anniver.sary, message from President Roose-
velt, 808.
Eadiophoto service with U.S., opening, 1009.
Relief, United China, address by Mr. Grew for, 797.
Resistance to Japanese aggression, correspondence of
General Chiang, President Roosevelt, and Secre-
tary Hull, 619, 620, 633.
Treaties, agreements, etc. —
Amity, with Cuba (1942), signature, 972.
Extraterritoriality in. relinqnishmeut by U.S.,
Negotiations, 805-808.
Comments of President Roosevelt and General

Chiang Kai-shek, 839.
Draft submitted to Chinese Ambassador, S54.
Friendship, with Iraq (1942), ratification by China,

679 ; text, 680.
Stabilization of exchange, with U.S. (1941), exten-
sion, 623.
Christmas messages, 1942:

President Roosevelt to armed forces of U.S. allies,

1017.
Secretary Hull to the Nation, 1023.
Churchill, Winston S., Prime Minister of Great Britain:
Correspondence, American contributions for British
relief, 629.
Civilian Defense, Office of, Omaha, Nebr., address by

Mr. Grew, 945.
Civilian populations in occupied countries, crimes

against, 709, 797.
Claim Board, establishment, 715,



Claims convention, U.S. and Mexico (1941), payment

under, 968.
Cocoa, purchase by U.S. from Brazil, 860.
Coffee :

Inter-American agreement (1940), imports into U.S.

from non-signatory countries, 635, 724.
Purchase by U.S. from Brazil, agreement (1942),
860.
Colombia (see also American republics) :

American military operations in French North Africa,
message from President Lopez to President
Roosevelt, 910; reply, 936.
President Lopez —

Inauguration, message from President Roosevelt,

689.
Visit to U.S., 595, 621, 661.
Treaties, agreements, etc. —
Rubber, with U. S. (1942), signature, 595.
Columbus Day address by Mr. Berle, 836.
Commerce, international (see also Foreign trade, U.S.;
Treaties, agreements, etc.) :
Agreement, Argentina and Spain (1942), 897.
Coffee, imports from countries not signatories of

inter-American coffee agreement, 635, 724.
Foreign Trade Convention, 29th national, address by
Under Secretary Welles, 808 ; by Mr. Geist, 813 ;
by Mr. Hawkins, 818.
Free movement of persons, property, and informa-
tion into and out of U.S., 892.
Relations between Peru and Venezuela, 1012.
Silver, exportation by Mexico to U.S., 714.
U.S. and—

Dominican Republic, 952.
Iran, 664.
U.S.S.R., 662, 693.
Wheat, memorandum of agreement concerning trade

in, 582.
Wool, Australian and New Zealand, reduction in
export price, 983.
Commercial Policy and Agreements, Division of the
Department: Assistant Chief, designation of
Honors Marcel Catudal, 774.
Commissions, committees, etc. :
International —

Caribbean Commission, Anglo-American, 660, 1011.
Food Board, Combined, U.S. and Great Britain, 791.
Great Lakes Fisheries, Board of Inquiry for, 858.
Military Board, Canadian-American, 711.
Political Defense, Emergency Advisory Committee

for, 936, 999.
Social Security, Inter-American Committee on, 970.
Sugar Council, 678.

War Crimes, United Nations Commission for In-
vestigation of, 797.
National —

Claim Board, 715.

Cultural relations, advisory committees, 780.



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Commissions, committees, etc. — Contimied.
National — Continued.

Fisheries Committee, War Production Board, 715.
Health and Sanitation Mission to Bolivia, 662.
Liaison Committee ( U.S. ) of the Associated Coun-
try Women of the World, 879.
Medal for Merit Board, 1022.
Motion Pictures, Interdivlsional Committee, 792.
Reciprocity Information, Committee for, 725.'
Sugar Policy Committee, Interdepartmental, 62.5.
Technical missions, U.S. to —
Brazil, 740.
India, 749.
Mexico, 954.
Visa Cases, Board of Appeals on, 982.
War Relief Agencies, Committee on, 657.
War Relief Control Board, 658, 791.
Commodities allocated by U.S. to other American re-
publics, 580.
Conferences, congresses, etc. :
International —
Country Women of the World, Associated, Inter-
American Conference, at Kansas City, Mo.,
879.
Economic and Financial Control, Systems of, In-
ter-American Conference, at Washington, 580.
Labor Conference, 624, 724.
Sanitary Conference, 11th Pan American, at Rio

de Janeiro, 715, 724, 839.
Social Planning, Inter-American Congress on, at

Santiago, 743, 970.
Student Assembly, at Washington, 729.
Telecommunication Union, at Bern, 652.
Wheat Council, at Washington, 670, 688.
Wheat Meeting, at Washington, 582.
National —
Associated Industries meeting, at Boston, Mass.,

871.
Foreign Relations, Chicago Council on, 919.
Foreign Trade Council, 29th convention, at New

York, 808, 813, 818.
Political Science, Academy of, at New York, N. Y.,

915.
War Finance Conference, at New York, 845.
Congress, U.S. See United States Congress.
Consular and diplomatic personnel. See Diplomatic
representatives in U.S. ; United States Foreign
Service.
Consular Convention, U.S. and Mexico (1942), 704.
Conventions. See Conferences, Congresses, etc. ;

Treaties, agreements, etc.
Costa Rica (see also American republics) :

Independence, anniversary message from President

Roosevelt, 771.
Treaties, agreements, etc. —
Prisoners of war (1929), adherence, 653.



Country Women of the World, Associated, Inter-
American Conference at Kansas City, Mo., address
by Mr. Bundy to U.S. Liaison Committee, 879.
Credentials. See Diplomatic representatives in U.S.
Crimes against civilians in occupied countries, 709, 797.
Croatia: Telecommunication convention (1932), ad-
herence, 652.
Cuba (see also American republics) :
American military operations in French North Africa,
message from President Batista to President
Roosevelt, 911; reply, 937.
President Batista, visit to U.S., 929, 1000.
Treaties, agreements, etc. —

Amity, with China (1942), signature, 972.
Military and naval cooperation, with U.S. (1942),

signature, 750.
Stabilization of exchange, with U.S. (1942), signa-
ture, 623.
Cultural leaders. See American republics ; and the in-
dividual countries.
Cultural relations. See American republics ; Far East.
Cultural Relations Division of the Department: Ad-
visory committees to, 780.
Customs : Imports from countries not signatories of

inter-American coffee agreement, 724.
Czechoslovakia :
National holiday, message from President Roosevelt

to President BeneS, 875.
Treaties, agreements, etc. —
Mutual aid, with U.S. (1942), text, 607.

Dahlquist, General John B., Acting Military Represent-
ative of U. S. : Correspondence, reciprocal lend-
lease aid, U.S. and Fighting France, 740.
Dame, Lester S., Acting Assistant Chief, American
Hemisphere Exports Office of the Department:
Designation, 774.
Dario Ojeda, Carlos, Acting Vice President, Emergency
Advisory Committee for Political Defense : Corre-
spondence, American military operations in French
North Africa, 936.
Darlan, Admiral Jean F^angois :

Assassination, statement by Secretary Hull, 1017.
Political arrangement with, 935.

Statement regarding support of United Nations, 10O7.
Declaration by United Nations (1942) : Adherence by

Ethiopia, 805.
Declarations of war. See War; and the individual

countries.
Decorations :

Legion of Merit, 895.
Medal for Merit, 1022.
Defense, hemispheric: Political Defense, Emergency
Advisory Committee for, 999.



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Defeuse areas in Liberia, U.S. jurisdiction, 979.
de Gaulle, General Charles : Corre.spondenee, appoint-
ment of U.S. representatives to Free French Na-
tional Committee, 614.
Departmental orders. See State, Department of.
Departmental Personnel, Division of: Creation, 743.
Designs : Arrangement concerning the international de-
posit of industrial designs and models (1934), ad-
herence by Tunisia, 931.
Despradel, Arturo, Dominican Minister of Foreign
Affairs: Correspondence, commercial agreement
with U.S., 953.
Diamantopoulos, Cimon P., Greek Ambassador to U.S. :

Credentials, 825.
Dickey, John S., Special Consultant to Division of Com-
mercial Policy and Agreements of the Department :
Designation, 1023.
Digest of International Law : Publication of vol. IV, 957.
Diplomatic representatives in U.S. :

Axis nationals, exchange for Americans, 632.
Credentials, 824, 825, 826, 968.
French, exchange for Americans, 939.
Dixon, Sir Owen, Australian Minister to U.S. : Corre-
spondence, reciprocal lend-lease aid, 736.
Dominican Republic (see also American republics) :
American military operations in French North Africa,
message from President Trujillo to President
Roosevelt, 912 ; to Secretary Hull, 914.
Treaties, agreements, etc. —

Commerce, with U.S. (1942), signature, 952; text,
953.
Dreier, John C, Assistant Chief, Division of the Amer-
ican Republics of the Department: Designation,
625.
Drottningholm (steamship) :
Return to Goteborg, Sweden, with Axis nationals,

632.
Safe-conduct for future voyages, withdrawal by Ger-
many, 579.
Dunn, James C, Political Adviser, Department of State :
Chairman of Committee on Political Planning of
the Department, designation, 896.

East Indian Services: Appointment of U.S. represen-
tative for liaison with Netherlands officials, 660.
Economic and Financial Control Systems, Inter-Amer-
ican Conference at Washington : Address by Under
Secretary Welles, 580.
Economics (see also Finance; Lend-lease aid; Mutual-
nid agreements) :
American Embassy in London, Economic Warfare

Division, 770.
Collaboration, U.S. and Bolivia, 621, 634, 702.
Counselors of Embassy for economic affairs at U.S.
missions in other American republics, appoint-
ment, 951.



Economics — Continued.

Foreign relations, U.S., economic aspects, address by

Mr. Geist, 813.
Foreign Service officers, instruction in economic war-
fare, 887.
French North Africa, assistance to, 713; mission to,

1008.
Post-war settlements, U.S. and Canada, 977.
Ecuador (see also American republics) :
American military operations in French North Africa,
message from President Arroyo to President
Roosevelt, 912 ; reply, 937.
National anniversary, message from President Roose-
velt to President Arroyo, 702.
President Arroyo, visit to U.S., 929, 949.
Treaties, agreements, etc.—

Agricultural experiment station in Ecuador, with

U.S. (1942), signature, 1013.
Rul)ber, with U.S. (1942), signature, 650.
Stabilization of exchange, with U.S. (1942), signa-
ture, 623.
Education :

Cultural interchange between Brazil and Venezuela,

1012.
Historical studies, Peru and Venezuela, 1013.
Pan American Institute of Geography and History,
1030.
Egypt :

French warships at Alexandria, U.S. proposals, 631.
King Farouk, gift to American forces in Egypt, 1000.
Lend-lease equipment to, 914.
Treaties, agreements, etc. —
Opium (1912), adherence, 597.
Statistics of causes of death (1934), cancelation
of application of agreement to Burdein, 693.



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