Documents of the Interwar Period

"Instances of Use of United States Forces Abroad, 1798 - 1993," by Ellen C. Collier, Specialist in U.S. Foreign Policy,
Foreign Affairs and National Defense Division, Washington DC: Congressional Research Service -- Library of Congress -- October 7, 1993

H-Diplo, H-Diplo Roundtable Review, "Robert Boyce. The Great Interwar Crisis and the Collapse of Globalization. Palgrave Macmillan, December 2009. 6 1/8 x 9 1/4 inches, 544 pages" Volume XII, No. 12 (2011), 1 April 2011

1918

American Intervention In The Russian Civil War, 1918-1920

Eugene Debs lashes out against World War I and calls on the crowd to join the Socialist party, Canton, Ohio, June 16, 1918

Red Scare, An Image Database

1919

Documents on British Foreign Policy, 1919-1939, edited by E.L. Woodward and Rohan Butler, Third Series, vol. VII, 1939

Woodrow Wilson's Speech, "Appeal for Support of the League of Nations," 1919

Senate Debate on the League of Nations, 1919

Covenant of the League of Nations

H.G. Wells, "The Idea of a League of Nations," Part 1, Atlantic Monthly, January 1919

P.H. Kerr, Memorandum on the League of Nations, 29 January 1919

An extract from proceedings of the Commission on the League of Nations, 13 February 1919 (PRO)

H.G. Wells, "The Idea of a League of Nations," Part 2, Atlantic Monthly, February 1919

The Palmer Raids

21 March 1919, Haig's Last Despatch, British Armies in France

Lloyd George, extract from Fontainebleau memorandum, 25 March, 1919

"What the Filipinos Ask," By Maximo M. Kalaw, Secretary of the Philippine Mission, New York Times (May 18, 1919).

Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Sr. (R-MA) speaks out against the League of Nations, Washington, D.C., August 12, 1919

The King-Crane Commission Report, August 28, 1919

Woodrow Wilson Defends the League of Nations, Pueblo, Co, September 26, 1919

Reservations drawn up by Republican Senators to the Treaty of Peace with Germany, November 1919.

THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS Memordandum by Cecil Hurst, Legal Adviser to the British Foreign Office, on the American Reservations to the Peace Treaty, 18 November 1919. (DBFP Series 1, vol V, no. 399.)

Treaty of Peace Between the Allied and Associated Powers and Bulgaria, and Protocol and Declaration signed at Neuilly-sur-Seine, 27 November 1919

John Maynard Keynes, The Economic Consequences of the Peace, 1919

Review of John Maynard Keynes, The Economic Consequences of the Peace by Thorstein Veblen, Political Science Quarterly,  35, pp. 467-472

Margaret MacMillan, "Ending the War to End All Wars," New York Times, December 25, 2010

Paul Valéry: On European Civilization and the European Mind, c. 1919, 1922

1920

The League of Nations Protocol for the Pacific Settlement of Disputes (1920)

A Mitchell Palmer, "The Case Against the 'Reds,'" Forum (1920), 63:173- 185

Full Report of the Committee upon the Arbitration of the Boundary between Turkey and Armenia, Composition of the Reporting Committee: Mr. W. L. Westermann, Chief of the Division of Western Asia, American Commission to Negotiate Peace, Major Lawrence Martin, General Staff Corps, U. S. Army;
Geographer to the Harbord Mission, and Mr. H. G. Dwight, Division of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State, February 1920

Conditions in the Near East: Report of the American Military Mission to Armenia by Maj. General James G. Harbord, (Senate Document No. 266, 66th Congress, 2d Session.) Washington. Government Printing Office, 1920.

Warren G. Harding calls for a "Return to Normalcy," Boston, MA, May 14, 1920

Raymond B. Fosdick, "The League of Nations is Alive," Atlantic Monthly, June 1920

Treaty of Peace Between The Allied and Associated Powers and Hungary And Protocol and Declaration, Signed at Trianon June 4, 1920

"The Conquest of Haiti," By Herbert J. Seligmann, The Nation 111 (July 10, 1920).

"The Conquest of Santo Domingo," By Lewis S. Gannett, The Nation 111 (July 17, 1920).

The Peace Treaty of Sèvres, 10 August, 1920

US Secretary of State Colby's Letter to Italian Ambassador Avezzana (August 10, 1920)

"Self-Determining Haiti I. The American Occupation," By James Weldon Johnson, The Nation 111 (Aug. 28, 1920).

"Self-Determining Haiti II. What the United States Has Accomplished," By James Weldon Johnson, The Nation 111 (Sept. 4, 1920).

"Self-Determining Haiti III. Government Of, By, and For the National City Bank," By James Weldon Johnson, The Nation 111 (Sept. 11, 1920).

"Self-Determining Haiti IV. The Haitian People," By James Weldon Johnson, The Nation 111 (Sept. 25, 1920).

The 25 Points: An Early Nazi Program, 1920

Raymond B. Fosdick, "The League of Nations as an Instrument of Liberalism," Atlantic Monthly, October 1920

The League of Nations Protocol for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes, 2 October, 1920

19 October, 1920,   The Post-War Soviet / U.S. Agreement on Food Shipments to Russia

"Haiti and Intervention," By Felix Frankfurter, The New Republic 25 (Dec. 15, 1920).

The Black Man's Burden: The White Man in Africa from the Fifteenth Century to World War I, E. D. Morel Manchester: National Labour Press, 1920, BoondocksNet Edition, 2001

ITALY AND THE WORLD WAR BY THOMAS NELSON PAGE, AMERICAN AMBASSADOR TO ITALY FROM 1913 TO 1919, NEW YORK, CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, 1920

IRELAND: AN ENEMY OF THE ALLIES? TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH OF R. C. ESCOUFLAIRE, NEW YORK, E. P. DUTTON & COMPANY, 681 FIFTH AVENUE, COPYRIGHT, 1920,

1921

Franco-Polish Agreement, Paris, February 19, 1921

Warren G. Harding, Inaugural Address, Friday, March 4, 1921

Trade Agreement Between His Brittanic Majesty's Government and the Government of the Russian Socialist Federal Soviet Republic, 16 March 1921

"Our Imperialist Propaganda: The National Geographic's Anti-Haitian Campaign," The Nation 112 (April 6, 1921).

COMMISSION DES RÉPARATIONS DES OBLIGATIONS DE L'ALLEMAGNE, ÉTAT DES LIVRAISONS ET PAYEMENTS SUR COMPTE ANTÉRIEUR AU 1er MAI 1921 entre le 11 Novembre, 1 1918 et le 30 Avril 1922

French desire for Security: speech by a French delegate to the 1921 League Assembly, M. Noblemaire.

US, Congress, Chapter 42., An Act To amend an Act entitled "An Act to provide a government for the Territory of Hawaii," approved April 30, 1900, as amended, to establish an Hawaiian Homes Commission, granting certain powers to the board of harbor commissioners of the Territory of Hawaii, and for other purposes, July 9, 1921

"The Beginnings of World Dominion," by Scott Nearing, Chapter 6 of The American Empire (New York: Rand School of Social Science, 1921).

"Pan-Americanism," By Scott Nearing, Chapter 15 of The American Empire (New York: Rand School of Social Science, 1921).

Internet Public Library, Warren G. Harding

TREATY OF PEACE WITH AUSTRIA, A TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND AUSTRIA, SIGNED ON AUGUST 24, 1921, TO ESTABLISH SECURELY FRIENDLY RELATIONS BETWEEN THE TWO NATIONS

"Hearing the Truth About Haiti," By Helena Hill Weed, The Nation 113 (Nov. 9, 1921).

"Why Should You Worry About Haiti?" Haiti-Santo Domingo Independence Society, The Nation 113 (Nov. 9, 1921).

Treaty between the United States of America, the British Empire, France, and Japan, Signed at Washington December 13, 1921

ANDRÉ TARDIEU, The Truth about the Treaty, Foreword by EDWARD M. HOUSE, Introduction by GEORGES CLEMENCEAU, INDIANAPOLIS: THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY, PUBLISHERS, 1921

ALBERT RHYS WILLIAMS, Through the Russian Revolution, BONI AND LIVERIGHT, Publishers New York, 1921

1922

CONFERENCE ESTABLISHING A COMMISSION OF JURISTS TO CONSIDER LAWS OF WAR, Washington, February 4, 1922

Treaty Between the US, Belgium, the British Empire, China, France, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, and Portugal.  Signed at Washington, 6 February 1922

The Treaty Relating to the Use of Submarines and Noxious Gases in Warfare, Treaty between the United States of America, the British Empire, France, Italy, and Japan, Signed at Washington, February 6, 1922

A TREATY IN RELATION TO THE USE OF SUBMARINES AND NOXIOUS GASES IN WARFARE, Washington, D.C., February 6, 1922

CONFERENCE ON THE LIMITATION OF ARMAMENT, WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER 12 1921-FEBRUARY 6, 1922.  Treaty Between the United States of America, the British Empire, France, Italy, and Japan, Signed at Washington, February 6, 1922.

CONFERENCE ON THE LIMITATION OF ARMAMENT, WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER 12 1921-FEBRUARY 6, 1922.

"Haiti and Santo Domingo Today -- I," By Ernest H. Gruening, The Nation 114 (Feb. 8, 1922).

"Haiti and Santo Domingo Today -- II," By Ernest H. Gruening, The Nation 114 (Feb. 15, 1922).

Texts of Resolutions Adopted at the Washington Conference, February 1922

"The Great Ditch in Haiti," By Katharine Sergeant Angell, The New Republic 30 (March 22, 1922).

"Haiti under American Occupation," By Ernest H. Gruening, The Century 103 (April 1922).

German-Russian agreement, signed at Rapallo, April 16, 1922.

The San Remo Conference, 1922

The Hague Rules of Air Warfare, The Hague, December, 1922-February, 1923, [These rules were never adopted by the powers concerned.]

THE WASTE LAND By T. S. ELIOT, 1922

Oswald Spengler: The Decline of The West, 1922

Peace and Bread in Time of War By Jane Addams (New York: Macmillan, 1922) (BoondocksNet Edition, 2000)

"Memorial to the President and Congress of the United States," By the Philippine Parliamentary Mission to the United States, December 1922.

1923

The Treaty of Lausanne (1923)

L.P. Jacks, "A League of Nations as a League of Governments?" Atlantic Monthly, February 1923

The Convention Relating to the Regime of the Straits, 24 July 1923

Memorandum on Treaties of Mutual Guarantee and the Reduction of Armaments by Leopold Amery, 1st Lord of the Admiralty, July 1923 (PRO reference number F0371 420 .

Italy's attitude to the League after 1922: despatch from the British Ambassador at Rome, to the Foreign Office, 19 October 1923 (PRO reference number F0371/8900).

Sun Yat-sen, "Fundamentals of National Reconstruction" (1923 CE)

1924

"History of the Independence Movement in the Philippines," By Vicente G. Bunuan, Acting Director, Philippine Press Bureau, Congressional Digest 3 (April 1924): 228-229

"Memorial of the Philippine Independence Mission," Submitted to the Committee on Platform and Resolutions of the National Democratic Convention, June 24, 1924, New York City, New York

The British conception the League: extract from a Round Table article, 'Europe, the Covenant and the Protocol' 1924

Marcus Garvey calls for the establishment of a separate black nation, New York, NY, August 1, 1924.

The Covenant of the League of Nations, including Amendments adopted December 1924)

Christopher Terrence Ryan, "Two Intellectual Responses to the Dilemma of Political "Engagement" in Interwar France: André Breton & Pierre Drieu La Rochelle," Essays in History

1925

Calvin Coolidge, Inaugural Address, Wednesday, March 4, 1925

Adolf Hitler, "The Discovery of Antisemitism in Vienna," 1925

Attitude of Dominions to Geneva Protocol (PRO reference number F0371 11066) [Governor-General of Canada to British Secretary of State for Colonies, 4 March, 1925].

Sir Austen Chamberlain's speech to the League Council at Geneva, 12 March 1925, in which he outlined British Government objections to the Geneva Protocol (PRO reference number F0371/11070)

Speech by Chicherin at the Third Soviet Congress, 14 May, 1925 (Stenograficheskii Ofchet, p. 83).

PROTOCOL FOR THE PROHIBITION OF POISONOUS GASES AND BACTERIOLOGICAL METHODS OF WARFARE, Geneva, June 17, 1925

Letter from Stresemann to the former German Crown Prince, 7 September 1925, (Diaries, Papers and Letters, edited by Eric Sutton, Vol. II, pp. 503-5).

Treaty of Locarno Between France and Poland, October 16, 1925

American Imperialism: The Menace of the Greatest Capitalist World Power By Jay Lovestone (Chicago: Workers Party of America, n.d. [1925]).

The All-America Anti-Imperialist League by Jim Zwick

SOCIAL AND DIPLOMATIC MEMORIES (Third Series) 1902-1919 BY THE RIGHT HON. SIR JAMES RENNELL RODD, G.C.B., LONDON, EDWARD ARNOLD & CO., 1925

1926

Robert Cecil on disarmament, 1926 (PRO reference number F0371/11878)

Slavery Convention (25 September 1926) and Protocol (7 December 1953)

1927

Calvin Coolidge, "Intervention in Nicaragua," 1927

Mao Zedong (1893-1976): Report on an Investigation of the Peasant Movement in Hunan, March 1927

Internet Public Library, Calvin Coolidge

Imperialism Is Easy, by John Dewey, The New Republic (March 23, 1927)

J. V. Stalin, THE REVOLUTION IN CHINA AND THE TASKS OF THE COMINTERN, Speech Delivered at the Tenth Setting, Eight Plenum of the E.C.C.I., May 24, 1927

ON SPECIAL MISSIONS, Translated from the French of CHARLES LUCIETO of the Allied Secret Service, A. L. BURT COMPANY Publishers, New York, First Published, May, 1927

REPORT OF THE AGENT GENERAL FOR REPARATION PAYMENTS [S. PARKER GILBERT] June 10, 1927, BERLIN

1928

United Kingdom, Further Correspondence with Government of the United States Respecting the United States Proposal for the Renunciation of War, Memorandum from Mr. Atherton to Sir Austen Chamberlain, 23 June 1928

United Kingdom, Further Correspondence with Government of the United States Respecting the United States Proposal for the Renunciation of War, Draft of the Proposed Treaty, 23 June 1928

United Kingdom, Further Correspondence with Government of the United States Respecting the United States Proposal for the Renunciation of War, Sir Austen Chamberlain to Mr. Atherton, 18 July 1928

THE MULTILATERAL PACT on the "RENUNCIATION OF WAR" BY EDWIN BORCHARD (An address delivered at the Williamstown Institute of Politics August 22, 1928)

Kellogg-Briand Pact, August 27, 1928

Hearings Before the Committee on Foreign Relations United States Senate Seventieth Congress on The General Pact for the Renunciation of War signed at Paris, 7 and 11 December 1928

"Colonies and Imperialist War," Chapter 5 of The Platform of the Class Struggle: National Platform of the Workers (Communist) Party, 1928 Published for the National Election Campaign Committee by Workers Library Publishers, 1928.

STATESMEN OF THE WAR: In Retrospect, 1918-1928 By WILLIAM MARTIN (MINTON, BALCH & COMPANY, NEW YORK, 1928)

1929

Herbert Hoover, Inaugural Address, Monday, March 4, 1929

The Economist, "Reactions of the Wall Street slump," 23 November 1929

Internet Public Library, Herbert Hoover

PUBLIC RELATIONS OF THE COMMISSION FOR RELIEF IN BELGIUM: DOCUMENTS By GEORGE I. GAY, Commission for Relief in Belgium with the collaboration of H. H. FISHER, Stanford University IN TWO VOLUMES (STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, STANFORD UNIVERSITY, CALIFORNIA, 1929)

1930

"Grand Strategy and Foreign Economic Policy: British Grand Strategy in the 1930s," Lars S. Skålnes, World Politics 50.4 (1998) 582-616

"Rabindranath Tagore: In Conversation with H. G. Wells," Geneva, June 1930, Excerpted from: A Tagore Reader, edited by Amiya Chakravarty.

Gareth Jones, "The Snobbery of Soviet Russia," The News Chronicle, London, 3 October 1930

Gareth Jones, "The Two Russias--Rulers and Ruled," The Times, 13 October 1930

Gareth Jones, "The Two Russias--Fanaticism and Disillusion," The Times, 14 October 1930

Gareth Jones, "The Two Russias--Strength of the Communists," The Times, 16 October 1930

Gareth Jones, ""The Victim of 1930," The Western Mail, Cardiff, December 31st, 1930

1931

League of Nations, Particulars concerning the position of the armaments of the different countries. Communication by the government of the United States of America, Publication Date: 1931

League of Nations, Particulars concerning the position of the armaments of the different countries. Communication by the government of the United States of America. Annex. Publication Date: 1931

"Americanizing the Moros," The New Republic, January 21, 1931

Gareth Jones, "Communists’ Five-Year Plan: “How is it working in Russia: 'No more compromise with Capitalism'," The Western Mail, April 7th, 1931

Gareth Jones, "Russia’s Future. Stupendous Plan of Communist; Coal, iron and steel. A vast scheme for agriculture," The Western Mail, April 8th, 1931

Gareth Jones, "Forces behind Stalin’s Dictatorship. Peasants submissiveness which Britons would not tolerate," The Western Mail, April 9th, 1931

Gareth Jones, "Russian workers disillusioned: forces against the Five-Year Plan: Scarcity of food and clothing," The Western Mail, April 10th, 1931

Gareth Jones, "Mixture of successes and failures: Progress at the expense of happiness," The Western Mail, April 11th, 1931

Gareth Jones, Correspondence from Gareth Jones to his parents in August 1930 on the Dire Prospects for the Soviet People, 26 August 1931

The Nanjing Massacre and the Tokyo War Crimes Trial

Basic Facts on the Nanjing Massacre and the Tokyo War Crimes Trial, New Jersey Hong Kong Network

U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943), THE FATEFUL DECADE

U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943), JAPANESE CONQUEST OF MANCHURIA 1931-1932, Attack of September 18, 1931

POLITICAL STRATEGY PRIOR TO OUTBREAK OF WAR, PART I, PREPARED BY MILITARY HISTORY SECTION HEADQUARTERS, ARMY FORCES FAR EAST, DISTRIBUTED BY OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Japanese Monograph No. 144, 31 December 1952

Japanese War Crimes against China, 1931-45

The Alliance for Preserving the Truth about the Sino-Japanese War

STATUTE OF WESTMINSTER, 1931

POLITICAL STRATEGY PRIOR TO OUTBREAK OF WAR, PART I, PREPARED BY MILITARY HISTORY SECTION HEADQUARTERS, ARMY FORCES FAR EAST, DISTRIBUTED BY OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Japanese Monograph No. 144, 31 December 1952, "The Manchurian Incident"

Appeal of the Chinese Government to the League Council, 21 September 1931 (L of Ns 0J, 1931).

Statement by the Japanese Government on events in China, 24 September 1931 (L of Ns OJ, 1931).

Mr. Osborne (Washington) to the Marquess of Reading, 24 September 1931, (DBFP Series II, vol. VIII, no. 524).

Telegram from The Minister in China (Johnson) to the US Secretary of State, PEIPING, September 22, 1931-8 p.m.

Memorandum Handed by the Secretary of State to the Japanese Ambassador (Debuchi), [WASHINGTON,] September 22, 1931.

RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE LEAGUE COUNCIL on Manchuria, SEPTEMBER 30, 1931

The British Ambassador in Tokyo, Sir F. Lindley, to the Marquess of Reading, 1 October 1931

Telegram: Paraphrase from the US Secretary of State (Stimson) to the Consul at Geneva (Gilbert), WASHINGTON, October 9, 1931-6 p. m.

CABLE FROM THE U.S. SECRETARY OF STATE TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS OFFERING AMERICAN SUPPORT, OCTOBER 9, 1931

Gareth Jones, "The Peasant on the Farms: Increase and its cost," The Times, October 14th 1931

Gareth Jones, "The Outlook for the Plan: From the farm to the factory," The Times, October 15th 1931

Gareth Jones, "Youth and the future: A blessed word," The Times, October 16th 1931

RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE LEAGUE COUNCIL on Manchuria, OCTOBER 24, 1931

An analysis by Izvestia of the Manchurian Situation, 22 November 1931

Memorandum by Sir John Simon on the Manchurian situation, prepared for the Cabinet, 23 November 1931 (DBFP Series 11, vol. VIII, no. 769)

WAR CASUALTIES By Albert G. Love, Lt. Colonel, Medical Corps, U.S.A., MEDICAL FIELD SERVICE SCHOOL, CARLISLE BARRACKS, PENNSYLVANIA, 1931, THE ARMY MEDICAL BULLETIN, NUMBER 24

1932

Treaty of Non-Aggression and Pacific Settlement of Disputes between the Soviet Union and Finland, concluded on January 21, 1932

LETTER FROM THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL, SUBMITTING ITS APPEAL TO THE COUNCIL UNDER ARTICLES 10 AND 15 OF THE COVENANT, JANUARY 29, 1932

Telegram from the Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Japan (Forbes), WASHINGTON, February 1, 1932

STATEMENT BY THE RT. HON. SIR JOHN SIMON, SECRETARY OF STATE FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS, IN HOUSE OF COMMONS on situation in Manchuria, FEBRUARY 2, 1932

Address Delivered by the Honorable Hugh S. Gibson, of the United States Delegation, at the General Disarmament Conference, Geneva, February 9, 1932, [Extracts]

LETTER FROM THE CHINESE REPRESENTATIVE TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL, FEBRUARY 12, 1932

Telegram from the Secretary of State (Stimson) to the Minister in Switzerland (Wilson), FEBRUARY 12, 1932

The Secretary of State to the Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations (Borah), United States Senate, [WASHINGTON,] February 23, 1932.

RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE LEAGUE SPECIAL ASSEMBLY on Sino-Japanese relations, MARCH 11 1932

Franklin Roosevelt, The Forgotten Man, Radio Address, Albany, N. Y April 7, 1932

AGREEMENT CONCLUDED BETWEEN THE CHINESE AND JAPANESE REPRESENTATIVES WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF FRIENDLY POWERS, MAY 5, 1932

Franklin Roosevelt, Address at Oglethorpe University, May 22, 1932

US, Statement of the Instructions Issued by President Hoover to the American Delegation to the Conference for the Limitation and Reduction of Armaments, read by Ambassador Gibson before the General Commission, June 22nd, 1932.

Background to the German Crisis, From the speech by von Papen, German Chancellor, to the Lausanne Conference of 16 June-9 July 1932. Printed in Documents on British Foreign Policy, Second series, vol. 3 197-201.

Roosevelt's Nomination Address, Chicago, Ill., July 2, 1932

The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the US Secretary of State, Tokyo, August 13, 1932.

Franklin D. Roosevelt, Campaign Address at Columbus, Ohio, August 20, 1932

U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943), DISARMAMENT DISCUSSIONS 1932-1934

Benito Mussolini: What is Fascism?, 1932

STATEMENT ISSUED BY THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT, SEPTEMBER 15, 1932

JAPAN-MANCHOUKUO PROTOCOL, SIGNED ON SEPTEMBER 15TH, 1932, AT SINKING

JV.5.c British Ambassador in Tokyo to Sir John Simon, 13 October 1932, reporting reaction in Japan to publication of Lytton Commission report (DHFP Series 11, vol. XI, no. 4).

HM Ambassador in Moscow to Simon on Manchuria, 25 October 1932 (DBFP Series II, vol. XI, no. 18).

Foreign Office Memorandum, written by Mr. Orde, on the Lytton Report, October 1932 (DBFP Series II, vol. X, no. 746).

Gareth Jones, "Lenin’s widow talks to a Welshman. 15th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution," The Western Mail, November 7th, 1932

Gareth Jones, Experiences in Russia 1931 - A Diary, Pittsburgh: Alton Press, 1932

1933

John Maynard Keynes, "National Self-Sufficiency," The Yale Review, Vol. 22, no. 4 (June 1933), pp. 755-769

U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943), WARNINGS OF DANGER 1933-1935

Memorandum by the US Secretary of State (Stimson) Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador (Debuchi), [WASHINGTON,] January 5, 1933.

EXTRACT FROM THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF NINETEEN TO THE ASSEMBLY OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS on the situation in Manchuria, FEBRUARY 15, 1933

RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE LEAGUE SPECIAL ASSEMBLY on Manchuria, FEBRUARY 24, 1933

The Secretary of State to the Minister in Switzerland, (Wilson), [Telegram], WASHINGTON, February 25, 1933

Malcolm Muggeridge, "Famine in North Caucasus," The Manchester Guardian, 25th March 1933.

TELEGRAM FROM THE JAPANESE MINISTER. FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS, REGARDING JAPAN'S WITHDRAWAL FROM THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS, MARCH 27,1933

The Imperial Rescript, Japan, Relating to Withdrawal from the League of Nations, Proclaimed on March 27, 1933.

Malcolm Muggeridge, "Hunger in the Ukraine," The Manchester Guardian, 27th March 1933.

Gareth Jones, "Famine grips Russia Millions Dying. Idle on Rise, Says Briton," Evening Post Foreign Service, New York, 29 March 1933

Edgar Ansel Mowrer, "Russian Famine Now as Great as Starvation of 1921, Says Secretary of Lloyd George," The Chicago Daily News Foreign Service, 29 March 1933

The Sun, "Lloyd George’s Secretary Tells of Visit to Ukraine - Says Terrorism Is Rife," 29 March 1933

The Morning Post [London], Russia in Grip of Famine. Death and Despair Stalk the Land . Evidence at First Hand. 'There Is No Bread: We Are Dying'," March 30th, 1933

Walter Duranty, "Russians Hungry, but not Starving," The New York Times, 31 March 1933

The Secretary of State to the Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs (McReynolds), House of Representatives, on the munitions export act,
APRIL 5, 1933.

Time, "Crusts on the Floor," April 10,1933

Franklin Roosevelt, Address before the Governing Board of the Pan American Union, April 12, 1933

President Roosevelt to the Secretary of State on Germany and the Disarmament Treaty, [WASHINGTON,] May 6, 1933.

Letter from Joseph C. Grew, Ambassador to Japan, to Cordell Hull about Japanese power, May 11, 1933

Message of President Roosevelt to the Congress on the Disarmament Conference and the World Monetary and Economic Conference, May 16, 1933

Franklin Roosevelt, Message to the nations of the World, May 16, 1933

Memorandum by the US Secretary of State to the Committee On Foreign Relations on the Arms Embargo Resolution, United States Senate, May 17, 1933

Address Delivered by the Honorable Norman H. Davis, Chairman Of the United States Delegation, at the General Disarmament Conference, Geneva, May 22, 1933

The Consul General at Berlin (Messersmith) to the Under Secretary of State (Phillips), [Extracts], BERLIN, June 26, 1933.

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the German Ambassador (Luther) [Extract] [WASHINGTON,] October 9, 1933.

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the German Ambassador (Luther), [WASHINGTON,] November 2, 1933.

Exchange of Communications between President Franklin Roosevelt and Maxim Litvinov of the USSR (November 16, 1933)

The Consul General at Berlin (Messersmith) to the Under Secretary of State (Phillips), [Extracts], BERLIN, November 23, 1933.

Statement by the Secretary of State (Hull) at the Seventh International Conference of American States, Montevideo, December 15, 1933

Rights and Duties of States-Convention Signed at Montevideo, December 26, 1933

Address Delivered by President Roosevelt at Washington, December 28, 1933

"Civil Society and the Collapse of the Weimar Republic," Sheri Berman, World Politics 49.3 (1997) 401-429

1934

TEXT OF GERMAN-POLISH AGREEMENT OF JANUARY 26, 1934.

Informal and Personal Message From, the Japanese Minister For Foreign Affairs (Hirota) to the Secretary of State [17], February 21, 1934

Informal and Personal Message From, the Secretary of State To the Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs (Hirota), 3 March 1934

League of Nations, Committee for the Regulation of the Trade in and Private and State Manufacture of Arms and Implements of War : note by the president of the Conference. Publication Date: [1934].

The Appointed Minister to Austria (Messersmith) to the Under Secretary of State (Phillips), Transmitting a Memorandum to the Embassy on the "Main Purpose of the Nazis," written by Douglas Miller, the Acting Commercial Attache, 21 April 1934

The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the Secretary of State, [Telegram: Paraphrase ], TOKYO, April 25, 1934-1 p. m., [Received April 25-9: 55 a.m.]

The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Japan (Grew), [Telegram], WASHINGTON, April 28, 1934

Address Delivered by the Secretary of State (Hull) at Washington, May 6, 1934, [Extracts]

Memorandum by the Secretary of State (Hull) Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador (Saito), [Extracted], [WASHINGTON,] May 16, 1934.

Memorandum by the United States Military Attaché, Berlin, May 17, 1934 [Extracts]

Memorandum by the Secretary of State (Hull) Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador (Saito), [WASHINGTON] May 19, 1934.

Statement by the Honorable Norman H. Davis, Chairman of the United States Delegation to the General Disarmament Conference, at a Meeting of the General Commission of the Conference, at Geneva, May 29, 1934

Address Delivered by the Secretary of State (Hull) at Williamsburg, Virginia, June 11, 1934, [Extract]

The Consul at Berlin (Geist) to the Chief of the Division of Western European Affairs (Moffat), Department of State, BERLIN, September 15, 1934.

The Ambassador in Italy (Long) to the Secretary of State, No. 734 ROME, September 28, 1934. [Received October 11.]

The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the Secretary of State, No. 1102. TOKYO, December 27, 1934. , [Received January 16, 1935.]

Statement by the Secretary of State (Hull), December 29, 1934

1935

1935-1941 The Ethiopian Crisis and Ensuing Wars

U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943), ITALIAN CONQUEST OF ETHIOPIA 1935-1936

Note from the Abyssinian Government to the Secretary-General of the League, January 15, 1935

Message of President Roosevelt to the Senate on the International Court of Justice, January 16, 1935

The Minister in Austria (Messersmith) to the Under Secretary Of State (Phillips), [Extract], VIENNA, February 8, 1935.

The Ambassador in Italy (Long) to the Secretary of State, [Telegram: Paraphrase], ROME, February 14, 1935, 7 p. m., [Received February 14]

Address Delivered by the Secretary of State (Hull) to the Canadian Society at New York, February 16, 1935

Gareth Jones, "Will Japan adopt Fascism?" Interview with Mr Yosuke Matsuoka, Japan’s last representative at the League of Nations, Tokyo, March, 1935

Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines, 14 May 1935

Adolph Hitler, Reichstag Speech, May 21, 1935.

Memorandum by the Minister to Austria (Messersmith) Regarding A Conversation With the Ambassador in Germany (Dodd), [Extract], BERLIN, March 22, 1935.

Memorandum by the Secretary of State (Hull) Regarding a Conversation With the German Ambassador (Luther), [WASHINGTON,] March 28, 1935.

Address Delivered by the Secretary of State (Hull) at New York, June 12, 1935, [Extract]

Address Delivered by the Secretary of State (Hull) at Ann Arbor, Michigan, June 17, 1935

Extract from statement of Eden, Minister for League of Nations Affairs, in the House of Commons on the Italian-Abyssinian conflict, 1 July 1935 (Hansard, I July 1935, cols. 1525-6).

Sir Samuel Hoare in the House of Commons on Italian aspirations, 11 July 1935 (Hansard, 11 July 1935, cols. 516-18).

The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Italy (Long), [Telegram ], WASHINGTON, August 18, 1935-1 p.m.

"Neutrality Act" of August 31, 1935, JOINT RESOLUTION

Franklin Roosevelt, Statement on approval of the Neutrality Act of 1935, August 31, 1935

A report from The Times correspondent in Paris on Italian-Abyssinian conflict, carried on 31 August 1935

The Ambassador in Italy (Long) to the Secretary of State, [Telegram: Paraphrase], ROME, September 10, 1935-6 p.m., [Received September 10-4:15 p.m.]

Sir Samuel Hoare's Speech at the League Assembly, September 11, 1935

Statement by the Secretary of State (Hull), September 12, 1935

The Ambassador In Italy (Long) to the Secretary of State, [Extracts], ROME, September 13, 1935, No. 1311. [Received September 23.]

Extracts from M. Laval's speech at Geneva on Italian aspirations, 13 September 1935

Statement by President Roosevelt, October 6, 1935

The Secretary of State (Hull) to the United States Delegation at Geneva, [Telegram: Paraphrase ], [WASHINGTON,] October 9, 1935-9 p.m.

Speech by M. de Velics, Representative of Hungary, on Italian sanctions question, October 9, 1935

Resolutions adopted by the Committee of the League of Nations, set up to coordinate the measures against Italy which members might prepare to take under Article 16, between 11 of October and 19 of October, 1935

Resolutions adopted by the Committee of the League of Nations, set up to co-ordinate the measures which members might prepare to take under Article 16, between 11 October and 19 October 1935 (L of Ns OJ, Special Supplement, no. 145, pp. 14-27).

The Secretary of State (Hull) to the United States Delegation at Geneva, [Telegram], [WASHINGTON,] October 17, 1935-6 p.m.

Statement by Hoare in House of Commons on considerations concerning action against Italy, 22 October 1935 (Hansard, 22 October 1935, cols. 17-33).

Statement by President Roosevelt on sanctions in the Italian-Ethiopian crisis, 30 October,1935

Extracts from the reply of the US Secretary of State to the Note of 21 October from the Chairman of the Co-ordination Committee (US State Department, Press Releases, no. 318, 2 November, 1935).

Radio Address of the Secretary of State, November 6, 1935

Franklin Roosevelt, Address on Armistice Day, November 11, 1935

The Minister in Switzerland (Wilson) to the Secretary of State, [Extract], BERN, November 13, 1935.

Statement by the Secretary of State (Hull), November 15, 1935

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the Italian Ambassador (Rosso), [WASHINGTON,] November 22, 1935.

Statement by the Secretary of State (Hull) on North China, December 5, 1935

Extracts from the note of the Abyssinian Government to the Secretary-General of the League of Nations, 12 December 1935 (L of Ns OJ, January 1936, pp. 41-2).

Declaration of the Emperor of Abyssinia, December 16, 1935.

Hoare explains Hoare-Laval Pact to the House of Commons, 19 December 1935

Memorandum by the First Secretary of the United States Embassy In Japan (Dickover), [TOKYO,] December 23, 1935.

Stalin's Purges, 1935

EUGENE STALEY, WAR AND THE PRIVATE INVESTOR, A Study in the Relations of International Politics and International Private Investment, Assistant Professor of Economics in the University of Chicago; Professeur-Adjoint à l'Institut Universitaire de Hautes Etudes Internationales, Geneva, FOREWORD BY
QUINCY WRIGHT, INTRODUCTION BY SIR ARTHUR SALTER, DOUBLEDAY, DORAN & COMPANY, INC., Garden City, New York, 1935

1936

U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943), DEVELOPING DANGERS 1936-1937

Address Delivered by President Roosevelt Before the Congress, January 3, 1936, [Extract ]

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the British Ambassador (Lindsay), [Extract], [WASHINGTON,] January 22, 1936.

The Minister in Switzerland (Wilson) to the Secretary of State, [Extracts], BERN, January 27, 1936.

President Roosevelt to the President of the Argentine Republic (Justo), THE WHITE HOUSE, January 30, 1936.

M. W. Fodor, "The Spread of Hitlerism," The Nation, 5 February 1936

William Zukerman, "Where the German Ghetto Leads," The Nation, 5 February 1936

Report of the Special Committee on Investigation of the Munitions Industry (The Nye Report), U.S. Congress, Senate, 74th Congress, 2nd sess., February 24, 1936, pp. 3-13.

"Neutrality Act" of February 29, 1936

Statement by President Roosevelt, February 29, 1936

Adolph Hitler, Reichstag Speech, March 7, 1936.

President Roosevelt to Mrs. William A. Becker, President General, Daughters of the American Revolution [28], APRIL 20, 1936.

Statement by the Honorable Norman H. Davis, Chairman of the United States Delegation, London Naval Conference, May 13, 1936 [29], [Extracts]

Appeal of Haile Selassie to the League of Nations, June 1936

Extract from a speech by Neville Chamberlain, 10 June 1936, to the 1900 Club, (The Times, 11 June 1936)

HAILE SELLASSIE VS. MUSSOLINI, by Harold G. Marcus

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador to Great Britain (Yoshida), [WASHINGTON,] June 12, 1936.

Mr. te Water, of South Africa, in the Sixteenth League Assembly on the League's actions in Ethiopia, 1 July 1936.

M. Litvinov at the Sixteenth Assembly of the League on Ethiopia, July l936 (L of Ns OJ,1936).

The Acting Secretary of State (Phillips) to the Diplomatic And Consular Officers of the United States in Spain, [Circular telegram], WASHINGTON, August 7, 1936.

Franklin Roosevelt, Address at Chautauqua, New York, August 14, 1936 (the "I hate war" speech)

Hirota Cabinet's National and Foreign Policies (Informally reported to the Emperor on 15 August 1936), Appendix 1 in POLITICAL STRATEGY PRIOR TO OUTBREAK OF WAR, PART I, PREPARED BY MILITARY HISTORY SECTION HEADQUARTERS, ARMY FORCES FAR EAST, DISTRIBUTED BY OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Japanese Monograph No. 144, 31 December 1952

Statement by the Department of State on the Export of Arms to Spain, August 22, 1936

Address Delivered by the Secretary of State (Hull) at Washington, September 7, 1936

Address Delivered by the Secretary of State (Hull) at New York, September 15, 1936

The Spanish Civil War: Anarchism in Action, Eddie Conlon, 1986 Published by the Workers Solidarity Movement

The Spanish Revolution and Civil War, 1936-39

Franklin Roosevelt, Campaign Address at Kansas City, Mo., October 13, 1936

German-Japanese Agreement and Supplementary Protocol, Signed at Berlin, November 25, 1936 (The Anti-Comintern Pact)

Franklin Roosevelt, Address before the Inter-American Conference for the Maintenance of Peace, Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 1, 1936

The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the Secretary of State, [Telegram: Paraphrase], Tokyo, December 4, 1936-1 p.m., [Received December 4-9:35 a.m]

Address Delivered by the Secretary of State at Buenos Aires, December 5, 1936

Declaration of Principles of Inter-American Solidarity And Cooperation, Buenos Aires, December 21, 1936.

Harold J. Laski, The Rise of Liberalism: The Philosophy of a Business Civilization (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1936, Chapter 1, "The Background," pp. 1-90

1937

Joint Congressional Resolution of January 8, 1937 Prohibiting Exports of Arms to Spain

Statement by President Roosevelt, January 8, 1937 on Building New Capital Ships

Editorial, "Peace Without Victory," The Nation, January 16, 1937, Vol. 144, No. 3, P. 59-60

Adolph Hitler, Reichstag Speech, January 30, 1937

Extracts from General Emilio de Bono, Anno XIIII: The Conquest of an Empire (Cresset Press, 1937)

U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943), JAPANESE ATTACK ON CHINA 1937

POLITICAL STRATEGY PRIOR TO OUTBREAK OF WAR, PART I, PREPARED BY MILITARY HISTORY SECTION HEADQUARTERS, ARMY FORCES FAR EAST, DISTRIBUTED BY OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Japanese Monograph No. 144, 31 December 1952, "The China Incident"

The Nanking Massacre, 1937

Hayashi Cabinet's China Policy and Guidance Principles for North China China Policy agreed upon on 16 April 1937 at a conference of the Premier and Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Finance, War, and Navy, Appendix 2 in POLITICAL STRATEGY PRIOR TO OUTBREAK OF WAR, PART I, PREPARED BY MILITARY HISTORY SECTION HEADQUARTERS, ARMY FORCES FAR EAST, DISTRIBUTED BY OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Japanese Monograph No. 144, 31 December 1952

The Neutrality Act of 1937, May 1, 1937

Memorandum by the Secretary of State (Hull) Regarding a Conversation With the Italian Ambassador (Suvich), [Extracts], [WASHINGTON,] July 6, 1937.

Policies Formulated by Japanese Army Authorities on 8 July 1937 in POLITICAL STRATEGY PRIOR TO OUTBREAK OF WAR, PART I, PREPARED BY MILITARY HISTORY SECTION HEADQUARTERS, ARMY FORCES FAR EAST, DISTRIBUTED BY OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Japanese Monograph No. 144, 31 December 1952

The Policies Formulated by Japanese Navy Authorities on 8 July 1937 in POLITICAL STRATEGY PRIOR TO OUTBREAK OF WAR, PART I, PREPARED BY MILITARY HISTORY SECTION HEADQUARTERS, ARMY FORCES FAR EAST, DISTRIBUTED BY OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Japanese Monograph No. 144, 31 December 1952

China Policy of the Japanese Government as reported to and approved by the Emperor on 11 July 1937 in POLITICAL STRATEGY PRIOR TO OUTBREAK OF WAR, PART I, PREPARED BY MILITARY HISTORY SECTION HEADQUARTERS, ARMY FORCES FAR EAST, DISTRIBUTED BY OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Japanese Monograph No. 144, 31 December 1952

Agreement between the Army and the Navy General Staffs on Operations in North China (11 July 1937) in POLITICAL STRATEGY PRIOR TO OUTBREAK OF WAR, PART I, PREPARED BY MILITARY HISTORY SECTION HEADQUARTERS, ARMY FORCES FAR EAST, DISTRIBUTED BY OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Japanese Monograph No. 144, 31 December 1952

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador (Saito), [WASHINGTON,] July 12, 1937.

Statement by the Secretary of State, July 16, 1937

Gist of statement made by Chiang Kai-shek on 17 July 1937 at Lushan in POLITICAL STRATEGY PRIOR TO OUTBREAK OF WAR, PART I, PREPARED BY MILITARY HISTORY SECTION HEADQUARTERS, ARMY FORCES FAR EAST, DISTRIBUTED BY OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Japanese Monograph No. 144, 31

Confidential Instructions Concerning Troop commitments for Operations against China (to be circulated informally as a tentative plan of the Supreme Command) (Tentative plan for naval operations against China formulated by Navy General Staff on 12 July.) in POLITICAL STRATEGY PRIOR TO OUTBREAK OF WAR, PART I, PREPARED BY MILITARY HISTORY SECTION HEADQUARTERS, ARMY FORCES FAR EAST, DISTRIBUTED BY OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Japanese Monograph No. 144, 31

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador (Saito), [WASHINGTON,] July 21, 1937

Ludwig Lore, "Will Europe Go to War?" The Nation, July 31, 1937, Vol. 145, No. 5, P. 127-129

The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the Secretary of State, [Telegram: Paraphrase], TOKYO, August 10, 1937

Press Release Issued by the Department of State on the Situation in Shanghai on August 23, 1937

Communication and Appeal from the Chinese Government to the League of Nations, August 30, 1937.

The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Japan (Grew), [Telegram: Paraphrase], WASHINGTON, September 2, 1937-2 p. m.

Appeal by the Chinese Government to the League of Nations, September 11, 1938

Chinese appeal invoking Article 10,. 11, and 17 of the Covenant, September 12, 1937; Japanese letter to the Secretary-General, 25 September 1937

Statement by President Roosevelt on Banning the Shipment of Arms to China and Japan, September 14, 1937

The Secretary of State to the Minister in Switzerland (Harrison), [Telegram: Paraphrase], WASHINGTON, September 28, 1937-10 p. m.

Roosevelt's Quarantine Speech, 5 October 1937

Press Release On the Situation in China Issued by the Department of State on October 6, 1937

The Secretary of State (Hull) to the Honorable Norman H. Davis, United States Delegate to the Conference at Brussels, [Extract], WASHINGTON, October 18, 1937.

Declaration Adopted by the Nine Power Conference at Brussels On November 15, 1937

Declaration Adopted by the Nine Power Conference at Brussels On November 24, 1937

The German Ambassador to the Soviet Union (Schulenburg) to the German War Minister (Blomberg), No. 609, 1909/429964, Berlin, November 25,1937.

Extracts From an Address by the German Ambassador to the Soviet Union (Schulenburg) Before the German Wehrmacht Academy, November 25, 1937

The Secretary of State (Hull) to the Ambassador in Japan (Grew) on the Sinking of the USS Panay, [Telegram], WASHINGTON, December 13, 1937.

The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the Secretary of State, [Telegram], TOKYO, December 14, 1937-6 p. m., [Received December 14-10 a. m.]

Report of the United States Delegate to the Conference at Brussels (Davis), [Extracts], DECEMBER 16, 1937.

1938

U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943), EUROPEAN CRISIS 1938

U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943), RELATIONS WITH JAPAN 1938-1940

POLITICAL STRATEGY PRIOR TO OUTBREAK OF WAR, PART I, PREPARED BY MILITARY HISTORY SECTION HEADQUARTERS, ARMY FORCES FAR EAST, DISTRIBUTED BY OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Japanese Monograph No. 144, 31 December 1952, "The Second Year of the China Incident"

President Roosevelt to the Speaker of the House Of Representatives (Bankhead ) on the Ludlow Amendment, WASHINGTON, January 6, 1938.

The Secretary of State to the Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs (McReynolds) on the Ludlow Resolution, House of Representatives, WASHINGTON, January 8, 1938.

Memorandum by the Secretary of State (Hull) Regarding a Conversation With the German Ambassador (Dieckhoff ), [WASHINGTON,] January 14, 1938

Franklin Roosevelt, Message to the Congress recommending increased armament for national defense, January 28, 1938

HITLER'S DECREE ON COMMAND OF THE WEHRMACHT, FEBRUARY 4, 1938

The Secretary of State to the Honorable Louis Ludlow, House Of Representatives, WASHINGTON, February 10, 1938.

Adolph Hitler, Reichstag Speech, February 20, 1938

Hugh R. Wilson, Ambassador to Germany, to the President, Berlin, March 3, 1938

Robery Dell, "Chamberlain's Treason," The Nation, March 12, 1938, Vol. 146, No. 11, P. 292-294

Address Delivered by the Secretary of State (Hull) at Washington, March 17, 1938

N.I. Bukharin’s Last Plea before the Supreme Court of the U.S.S.R., Moscow, March 12, Evening session, 1938

Speech made in the House of Commons on 24 March 1938 by the Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain, on the Anschluss

Preliminary Report on Hitler's Conversation With Konrad Henlein, the Leader of the Sudeten German Party, and Karl Hermann Frank, His Deputy, 28 March 1938

William Zukerman, "Jews and the Fate of Poland," The Nation, April 2, 1938, Vol. 146, No. 14, p. 379-381

The Eight Demands of Konrad Henlein Announced at Karlsbad, April 24, 1938

The Secretary of State to the Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations (Pittman), United States Senate, [WASHINGTON,] May 12, 1938.

Viscount Halifax to Sir N. Henderson (Berlin) on the "May Crisis,"No. 169 Telegraphic, Foreign Office, May 21, 1938

Hitler's directive for "Operation Green," 30 May, 1938

Memorandum of a Press Conference of the Secretary of State, [Extract], [WASHINGTON,] June 11, 1938.

The Chief of the Office of Arms and Munitions Control (Green), Department of State, to One Hundred Forty-eight Persons and Companies Manufacturing Airplane Parts, WASHINGTON, July 1, 1938.

Memorandum the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the German Ambassador (Dieckhoff), [Extracts], [WASHINGTON,] July 7, 1938.

Viscount Halifax to Mr Newton (Prague) on The Runciman Mission, No. 25 Telegraphic, Foreign Office, July 18, 1938

Franklin Roosevelt, Address at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, August 18, 1938

Sir N. Henderson (Berlin) to Viscount Halifax on the crisis in Czechoslovakia, British Embassy, Berlin, August 22, 1938

Speech by Neville Chamberlain on his return from the Munich Conference

The Times, "Nuremberg and Aussig," 7 September 1938

Adolph Hitler, Speech at Nuremberg, September 14, 1938

Telegram from Sir R. Lindsay (Washington) on his conversation with Roosevelt to Viscount Halifax 9/20/38

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the Canadian Minister (Marler), [Extract], [WASHINGTON,] September 21, 1938.

Telegram from Viscount Halifax on British views of the situation in Czechoslovakia to Sir R. Lindsay 9/23/38

Adolph Hitler, Speech in the Sportpalast, September 26, 1938

Message sent direct by the President of the United States to the President of Czechoslovakia and to the Chancellor of the German Reich, and through the Secretary of State to the Prime Ministers of Great Britain and France, morning of September 26, 1938

Press Release Issued by the Department of State On September 26, 1938

Prime Minister Chamberlain's radio broadcast, 27 September 1938

Press Release Issued by the Department of State On September 27, 1938

President Roosevelt to the Ambassador in Italy (Phillips) with a Message to Mussolini, [Telegram], WASHINGTON, September 27, 1938-3 p.m.

President Roosevelt to the Chancellor of Germany (Hitler), [Telegram], SEPTEMBER 27, 1938.

Memorandum, by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the German Ambassador (Dieckhoff), [Extracts], [WASHINGTON] September 28, 1938.

Munich Pact, 29 September 1938

"Peace in Our Time" Statement Made by Neville Chamberlain, September 30, 1938

Statement by the Secretary of State, September 30, 1938

The British Parliamentary Debate on the Munich Agreement, October 1938

The Secretary of State to President Roosevelt on Strategic Materials, WASHINGTON, October 21, 1938.

Address Delivered by the Secretary of State (Hull) at New York, November 1, 1938

Statement by President Roosevelt, November 15, 1938

The Tragedy of the Chinese Revolution by Harold Isaacs, 1938

"Declaration of Lima" by the Eighth International Conference of American States, December 24, 1938

Declaration of American Principles by the Eighth International Conference of American States, December 24, 1938

The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the Japanese Minister For Foreign Affairs (Arita) [40], No. 1153, TOKYO, December 30, 1938.

1939

U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943), EUROPEAN WAR 1939

POLITICAL STRATEGY PRIOR TO OUTBREAK OF WAR, PART I, PREPARED BY MILITARY HISTORY SECTION HEADQUARTERS, ARMY FORCES FAR EAST, DISTRIBUTED BY OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Japanese Monograph No. 144, 31 December 1952, "The Third Year of the China Incident"

BBC Online, "The Road to War"

Franklin Roosevelt, Annual Message to the Congress, January 4, 1939

Message of President Roosevelt to the Congress, January 12, 1939

"Civil Liberties in American Colonies," By the American Civil Liberties Union (New York: American Civil Liberties Union, February 1939).

US, Department of State, Memorandum of Conversation with the British Charge d'Affaires, Mr. V.A.L. Mallet, the Under-Secretary on information concerning the Japanese decision to join the Axis, 6 February 1939

Statement by the Acting Secretary of State (Welles), March l7, 1939

THE WESTERN GUARANTEE OF POLISH INDEPENDENCE, MARCH 31, 1939

Statement by the Secretary of State on Albania, April 8, 1939

President Roosevelt to the Chancellor of Germany (Hitler), [Telegram], 14 April 1939

Address Delivered by the Secretary of State at Washington, April 25, 1939, [Extract]

The Secretary of State to the Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations (Pittman), United States Senate, WASHINGTON, May 27, 1939.

Statement by the Secretary of State on the Six-Point Peace and Neutrality Proposal, July 1, 1939

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador (Horinouchi), [Extracts], [WASHINGTON,] July 10, 1939.

Message From President Roosevelt to the Congress, Transmitting A Statement by the Secretary of State, July 14, 1939

Press Release Issued by the White House on July 18, 1939

The Secretary of State (Hull) to the Japanese Ambassador (Horinouchi) Terminating the 1911 Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between the U.S. and Japan, 26 July 1939

German-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact, Moscow, August 23, 1939

President Roosevelt to King Victor Emmanuel of Italy, 23 August 1939

Secret Texts of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Non-Aggression Pact, Cold War International History Project

President Roosevelt to the Chancellor of Germany (Hitler) [Telegram], 24 August 1939

President Roosevelt to the Chancelor of Germany (Hitler), [Telegram], AUGUST 25, 1939.

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador (Horinouchi), [WASHINGTON,] August 26, 1939.

The German Chargé (Thomsen) to the Secretary of State, WASHINGTON, August 31, 1939.

Radio Address Delivered by President Roosevelt From Washington, September 3, 1939

Address Delivered by President Roosevelt to the Congress, September 21, 1939, [Extracts]

Address Delivered by the US Under Secretary of State (Welles) at Panama, September 25, 1939

The Neutrality Act of 1939, November 4, 1939

Go to Vinnie's Page on World War II

1940

U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943), EUROPEAN WAR 1940

U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943), DEFENSE MEASURES OF THE UNITED STATES 1940

Grolier Online, World War II

Address Delivered by President Roosevelt to the Congress, January 3, 1940

Statement by President Roosevelt, March 29,1940

Statement by President Roosevelt on the Invasions of Denmark and Norway, April 13, 1940

Statement by the Secretary of State on the Netherlands Indies, April 17, 1940

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador (Horinouchi), [WASHINGTON,] April 20, 1940.

President Roosevelt to the Premier of Italy (Mussolini) [45], [Telegram], WASHINGTON, April 29, 1940, 6 p.m.

The Ambassador in Italy (Phillips) to the Secretary of State, [Telegram: Paraphrase], [Rome,] May 1, 1940

The Premier of Italy (Mussolini) to President Roosevelt, [Translation], [ROME, May 2, 1940.]

Address Delivered by President Roosevelt at Washington May 10, 1940

President Roosevelt to the Premier of Italy (Mussolini) [47], [Telegram], [WASHINGTON,] May 14, 1940-midnight.

Address Delivered by President Roosevelt to the Congress, May 16, 1940

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador (Horinouchi), [WASHINGTON,] May 16, 1940.

The Premier of Italy (Mussolini) to President Roosevelt, [Telegram], ROME, May 18, 1940.

President Roosevelt to the Premier of Italy (Mussolini), [Telegram], WASHINGTON, May 26, 1940-3 p.m.

The Ambassador in Italy (Phillips) to the Secretary of State, [Telegram: Paraphrase], ROME, May 27, 1940-1 p.m.

The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Italy (Phillips), [Telegram], WASHINGTON, May 30, 1940-6 p.m.

The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Japan (Grew), [Telegram: Paraphrase], WASHINGTON, May 30,1940-2 p.m.

Message of President Roosevelt to the Congress, May 31, 1940

The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Japan (Grew), [Telegram: Paraphrase], WASHINGTON, May 30,1940-2 p.m.

The Ambassador in Italy (Phillips) to the Secretary of State, [Telegram: Paraphrase], ROME, June 1, 1940, 1 p.m.

Address Delivered by President Roosevelt at Charlottesville, Virginia, June 10, 1940

The President of the French Council of Ministers (Reynaud) To President Roosevelt, 10 June 1940

President Roosevelt to the President of the French Council Of Ministers (Reynaud), June 13, 1940

The President of the French Council of Ministers (Reynaud) To President Roosevelt, June 14,1940

President Roosevelt to the President of the French Council Of Ministers (Reynaud), 15 June 1940

The Secretary of State to the Ambassador Near the French Government At Bordeaux (Biddle) on the Status of the French Fleet, 17 June 1940

The Ambassador Near the French Government at Bordeaux (Riddle) To the Secretary of State, 18 June 1940

Press Release Issued by the Department of State on the Request of France for an Armistice on June 19, 1940

Address Delivered by the Secretary of State, Cordell Hull, at Harvard University, June 20, 1940

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With The British Ambassador (Lothian) and the Australian Minister (Casey), 28 June 1940

Statement by the Secretary of State, (Cordell Hull), July 5, 1940

Statement by the Secretary of State on the Burma Route, July 16, 1940

Havana Meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics, July 21-30,1940

Declaration of Reciprocal Assistance anal Cooperation for the Defense Of the Nations of the Americas, Habana, July 30, 1940

Statement by the Secretary of State, August 6, 1940

Message of President Roosevelt to the Congress, September 3, 1940

Press Release Issued by the Department of State on September 7, 1940

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the French Ambassador (Henry-Haye), 11 September 1940

The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the Secretary of State, 12 September 1940

Press Release Issued by the Department of State on the Situation in Indochina on September 23, 1940

Statement by the Secretary of State on the Tripartite Pact, September 27, 1940

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the British Ambassador (Lothian), 30 September 1940

The Japanese Embassy to the Department of State Protesting the Ban on Exports of Iron and Steel Scrap, October 7, 1940

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador (Horinouchi), 8 October 1940

The Japanese Embassy to the Department of State, 8 October 1940

The Secretary of State to the Charge in France (Matthews) on the French Fleet , 25 October 1940

Address Delivered by the Secretary of State (Cordell Hull) at Washington, October 26, 1940

The Chargé in France (Matthews) to the Secretary of State on Petain's View of the French Fleet, 1 November 1940

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the French Ambassador (Henry-Haye), 4 November 1940

President Roosevelt to King George of Greece, December 5, 1940

President Roosevelt to the Appointed Ambassador to France (Leahy), 20 December 1940

Radio Address Delivered by President Roosevelt From Washington ("Arsenal of Democracy" Speech), December 29, 1940

1941

January

U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943), EUROPEAN WAR 1941

U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943),DISCUSSIONS WITH JAPAN 1941 and PEARL HARBOR

Address Delivered by President Roosevelt to the Congress, January 6, 1941

JAPANESE FIELD SERVICE CODE ADOPTED BY THE WAR DEPARTMENT, January 8, 1941

Statement by the Secretary of State (Hull) Before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, January 15, 1941

ADDRESS OF PRINCE FUMIMARO KONOYE, PRIME MINISTER OF JAPAN, DELIVERED BEFORE THE 76TH SESSION OF THE IMPERIAL DIET, Tokyo, Japan, January 21, 1941

The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the Secretary of State Warning of an Attack on Pearl Harbor, 27 January 1941

February

The Secretary of State to the Minister in Yugoslavia (Lane), 9 February 1941

The Secretary of State to the Minister in Yugoslavia (Lane), 14 February 1941

March

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), 8 March 1941

The Lend-Lease Act, March 11, 1941

Address Delivered by President Roosevelt at Washington, March 15, 1941

Memorandum by the Acting Secretary of State (Welles) Regarding A Conversation With the Soviet Ambassador (Oumansky) on a Planned German Attack on the Soviet Union, 20 March 1941

April

Statement by the Secretary of State on the Invasion of Yugoslavia, April 6, 1941

The Secretary of State to the Minister in Portugal (Fish), 10 April 1941

Statement by the Department of State on the US-Danish Agreement on Greenland, April 10, 1941

May

Memorandum by the Secretary of State (Hull) Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), 11 May 1941

Draft Proposal Handed by the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura) To the Secretary of State on May 12, 1941

June

Message of President Roosevelt to the Congress on the Sinking of the Robin Moor, June 20, 1941

Draft Proposal Handed by the Secretary of State to the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), 21 June 1941

Statement by the Acting Secretary of State (Welles) on the German Invasion of the Soviet Union, June 23, 1941

July

Telegram from Japan Outlining Japanese Objectives, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Berlin July 2, 1941 Purple (CA) (K9) Circular #1390

Statement Handed by the Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to Mr. Tomohiko Ushiba, Private Secretary of the Japanese Prime Minister (Prince Konoye), 6 July 1941

Message of President Roosevelt to the Congress on Iceland, July 7, 1941

Statement Handed by the Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs (Matsuoka) to the Ambassador in Japan (Grew), July 8, 1941

Telegram Outlining Japanese Objectives, MAGIC, From: Canton To: Tokyo July 14, 1941. Purple #255.

Telegram Decribing the Meeting Between Welles and Wakasugi, MAGIC, From: Washington. To: Tokyo. 21 July 1941 (Purple—CA) #545

Telegram Describing the Meeting Between Welles and Nomura, MAGIC, From: Washington. To: Tokyo. 23 July 1941 (Purple--CA) #555 (In 2 parts, complete).

Memorandum by the Acting Secretary of State (Welles) Regarding A Conversation With, the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), 23 July 1941

Telegram from Japanese Foreign Ministry on the Effects of a US Embargo on Japan, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington July 24, 1941 Purple (CA) #406

Statement by the Acting Secretary of State (Welles) on Indochina, July 24, 1941

Memorandum by the Acting Secretary of State (Welles) on a Meeting Between President Roosevelt and the Japanese Ambassador on the Japanese Occupation of Indochina, 24 July 1941

Informal Remarks of President Roosevelt to the Volunteer Participation Committee on Why Oil Exports Continued to Japan, Washington, July 24, 1941

Telegram from Japanese Embassy in the Philippines on US Defensive Actions, MAGIC, From: Manila (Nihro) To: Tokyo 25 July 1941 (Purple) #433

Telegram from Japanese Foreign Ministry on Seizing British and US assets in China, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Net July 26, 1941 Red Circular #1616

Telegram from Japanese Foreign Ministry on Response to the US Freezing of Assets, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 27 July 1941 (Purple) Circular #1622

Telegram from Japanese Foreign Ministry Outlining the Need to Arm for All-out War, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Foreign Minister) To: Washington July 31, 1941 Purple (CA) K9 #433

August

Telegram from Japan Requesting Information About US Airplanes in the Philippines, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Manila 1 August 1941 (Purple) #245 (or 246)

Telegram from Japan (Toyoda) Requesting Information About US and British Ships Passing Through the Panama Canal, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Toyoda) To: Panama August 2, 1941 J-19 #63

Telegram from Japan to the Ambassador in Washington Regarding Japanese Peace Overtures to the US, MAGIC, From: Tokyo. To: Washington. 5 August 1941. (Purple) (CA) #447

Oral Statement on Indochina and the Oil Embargo Handed by the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura) To the Secretary of State on August 6, 1941

Telegram from Japan to the Ambassador in Washington Suggesting a Conference Between the US and Japan, and the Conditions to Be Specified, MAGIC, From: Tokyo. To: Washington. 7 August, 1941 (Purple—CA) #452

Telegram from the Japanese Ambassador in Washington to Japan Describing US Views of Indochina and the Japanese=German Axis, MAGIC, From: Washington. To: Tokyo. 7 August 1941 (Purple—CA) #663

Memorandum Regarding a Conversation Between the Secretary of State and the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), 8 August 1941

Document on Indochina Handed by the Secretary of State to the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), 8 August 1941

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the British Ambassador (Halifax), 9 August 1941

Telegram from the Japanese Ambassador in Washington to Japan Describing the Unpromising Conditions Bewteen the US and Japan, MAGIC, From: Washington. To: Tokyo. 9 August 1941 (Purple) #674

Joint Message of President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill To Joseph Stalin, President of the Soviet of People's Commissars 0f the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, August 15, 1941

Telegram from Japan to the Ambassador in Germany on Japan's View of the Russo-German War, MAGIC, From: Tokyo. To: Berlin. 15 August 1941 (Purple) #739

Telegram from Japan to the Ambassador in Germany Outlining Japan's Interest in Entering the German-Russo War, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Berlin 15 August 1941 (Purple) #740

Telegram from the Japanese Ambassador in Washingto to Japan on US Attitudes Toward Japan, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo August 16, 1941 Purple (CA) #703

Memorandum by the Secretary of State on Negotiations with Japan, 17 August 1941

Telegram from Japan to the Japanese Ambassador in Washington Warning Against the US Using Pacific Ports to Resupply the Soviets, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington August 20, 1941 Purple CA #487

President Roosevelt's Message to Congress on the Atlantic Charter, 21 August 1941

Telegram from Japan to the Japanese Ambassador in Washington Urging a High Level US-Japanese Conference, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington August 26, 1941 Purple CA (Very Urgent) #504

Telegram from Japan to the Japanese Ambassador in Washington Comparing Petroleum Shipments to the Soviet Union and the Embargo on Japan, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington August 26, 1941 Purple #505

Memorandum by the Secretary of State on US-Japanese Negotiations, 28 August 1941

Memorandum Regarding a Conversation Between the Secretary of State and the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), 28 August 1941

Telegram from the Japanese Ambassador in Washington, Nomura to Japan on His Conversation With Hull on 28 August, MAGIC, From: Washington. To: Tokyo. 29 August 1941 (Purple-CA) #756

September

Telegram from the Japanese Ambassador in Batavia (Isizawa) to Japan on Sino-Japanese Relations, MAGIC, From: Batavia (Isizawa) To: Tokyo September 2, 1941 Purple #902

Memorandum by the Secretary of State on US-Japanese Negotiations, 3 September 1941

Telegram from the Japanese Ambassador in Washington (Nomura) to Japan on a US-Japanese Conference, MAGIC, From: Tokyo. To: Washington. 3 September 1941 (Purple-CA) #524

Telegram from Japan to the Japanese Ambassador in Washington on a US-Japanese Conference, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington September 4, 1941 Purple (CA) #528

Memorandum by the Ambassador in Japan (Grew), 6 September 1941

Draft Proposal Handed by the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura) To the Secretary of State on September 6, 1941

Telegram from the Japanese Ambassador in Washington (Nomura) to Japan on the Proposed US-Japanese Conference, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 15 September 1941 (Purple) #819

Telegram from the Japanese Ambassador in Washington (Nomura) to Japan on the Discussions with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo (Gaimudaijin) 17 September, 1941 (Purple-CA) #823

Document Handed by the Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs (Toyoda) to the Ambassador in Japan (Grew), September 22, 1941

Telegram from the Japanese Ambassador in Washington (Nomura) to Japan on the Attitudes Toward War in the US, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo September 22, 1941 J-19 #839

Memorandum Regarding a Conversation Between the Secretary of State and the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), 23 September 1941

Ambassador Nomura's Description of His Meeting with Secretary Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 23 September, 1941 (Purple-CA) #842

Telegram from Tokyo Requesting Information on Pearl Harbor, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Toyoda) To: Honolulu September 24, 1941 J-19 #83

Telegram from Tokyo to Ambassador Nomura on the Japanese Peace Proposal, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington September 26, 1941 Purple (CA) #597

Document Handed by the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura) to the Secretary of State on September 27, 1941

Telegram from Tokyo to Nomura on the Proposed US-Japanese Conference, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 27 September 1941 (Purple-CA) #604

Off-the-record statement made by Foreign Minister Toyoda to Ambassador Grew, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 27 September 1941 (Purple CA) #605

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on Different Issues Surrounding the Japanese Peace Proposal, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 27 September 1941 (Purple-CA) #865

Telegram from the Japanese Foreign Ministry to Ambassador Noumra on the Peace Proposal, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Foreign Minister) To: Washington September 28, 1941 Purple (CA) #606

Memorandum Regarding a Conversation Between the Secretary Of State and the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), 29 September 1941

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on His Discussion with Secretary Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 29 September 1941 (Purple) (CA) #867

Telegram from the Japanese Embassy in Washington to Tokyo on Difficulties in the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Washington. To: Tokyo. 29 September 1941 (Purple) #870

Instructions from Tokyo on the Peace Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington September 30, 1941 Purple (CA) #614

Telegram from Rome to Tokyo Noting Italian Coolness Toward Japan's Lack of Support of the Axis, MAGIC, From: Rome To: Tokyo September 30, 1941 Purple #627

Note from Ambassador Nomura Regarding a Conversation with US Admiral Stark on the US Position in China, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo September 30, 1941 Purple (CA) #881

October

Telegram from Tokyo to Washington on the Peace Negotiations and the Domestic Situation in Japan, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 1 October 1941 (Purple—CA) #618

Telegram from Berlin to Tokyo Outlining German Dissatisfaction With Japanese Support, MAGIC, From: Berlin To: Tokyo 1 October 1941 (Purple) #1198

Memorandum Regarding a Conversation Between the Secretary Of State and the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), 2 October 1941

Oral Statement Handed by the Secretary of State to the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), 2 October 1941

Telegram from Tokyo to Washington on the Japanese Domestic Political Situation, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington October 2, 1941 (Purple—CA) #625

Ambassador Nomura's Description of His Meeting with Secretary Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo October 2, 1941 (Purple-CA) #889

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT'S BROADCAST ON "THE COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION OF HUMAN NEEDS", Washington, D. C., October 3, 1941

Telegram from Tokyo to Washington Describing the British View of the Peace Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 3 October 1941 (Purple--CA) #627

Telegram from Tokyo to Washington Describing British Ambassador Craigie's View of the Importance of the Peace Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To Washington 3 October 1941 (Purple-CA) #628

Note from Ambassador Nomura Regarding the US Position in the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 3 October 1941 (Purple-CA) #894

Telegram From Tokyo (Toyoda) to Washington on the Peace Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Toyoda) To: Washington October 4, 1941 Purple (CA) #637

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT'S LETTER TO THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR CONVENTION, Seattle, October 7, 1941

Telegram from Tokyo to Washington Regarding a Discussion with Ambassador Grew and the US Proposal of 2 October, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 7 October 1941 (Purple-CA) #643

LETTER FROM PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT TO PREMIER JOSEPH STALIN, October 8, 1941

Telegram from the Japanese Foreign Minister Discussing the "Encirclement" Strategy of the US and Britain, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Foreign Minister) To: Washington October 8, 1941 Purple (CA) Message to Berlin #873

Ambassador Nomura's Views on the American Position in the Peace Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo October 8, 1941 Purple #907

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT'S MESSAGE TO CONGRESS URGING THE ARMING OF AMERICAN FLAG SHIPS ENGAGED IN FOREIGN COMMERCE, October 9, 1941

Ambassador Nomura's Views on his Recent Meeting with Secretary Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington. To: Tokyo. 9 October 1941 (Purple-CA) #915

Ambassador Nomura's Notes on Further Discussions with American Officials, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 9 October 1941 (Purple) #917

Telegram from the Japanese Ministry (Toyoda) Berating Ambassador Noruma on the Slowness of the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Toyoda) To: Washington October 10, 1941. Purple (CA) #650

Telegram from Noruma on the US Position in the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo October 10, 1941 Purple (CA) #923

Telegram from Toyoda Describing His Meeting with US Ambassador Grew, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Toyoda) To: Washington October 12, 1941 Purple (CA) # 54

Telegram from Tokyo to Washington on Clarifications of the US Position, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 13 October 1941 (Purple) (CA) #658

Telegram from Tokyo Identifying the Coded Phrases to Be Used in Telephone Conversations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 13 October 1941 (Purple-CA) #662

Telegram from the Japanese Embassy in Washington to Tokyo on the Meeting with Sumner Welles, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 13 October 1941 (Purple-CA) #939

Telegram from Nomura on the Welles Meeting, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 13 October 1941 (Purple) #941

Telegram from Tokyo with Further Instructions on the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 15 October 1941 (Purple-CA) #667

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Indicating Pressure from the Japanese Military to Make No Concessions on Evacuating Troops From China, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 15 October 1941 (Purple) #950

Telegram from Japan (Toyoda) Indicating Pressure from Germany and Italy for Japan to Take a Stronger Position Against the US, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Toyoda) To: Washington October 16, 1941 Purple (CA) #671

Statement by the Japanese Government Warning the US Against Further Deterioration of German-American Relations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington October 16, 1941 Purple (English Text) #672

Ambassador Nomura's Description of a Discussion Between Teraskai and Admiral Turner on the Role of the Japanese Military in Japanese Politics, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo October 16, 1941 Purple #959

Ambassador Nomura's Description of a Meeting Between Wakasugi, Welles, and Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo October 16, 1941 Purple #962

Note from Tokyo Informing the Japanese Embassy in Washington of the Resignation of the Japanese Cabinet, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 17 October 1941 (Purple—CA) #682

Ambassador Nomura's Notes on the Meeting Between Wakasugi, Welles, and Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 17 October 1941 (Purple) #966

Ambassador Nomura Offering his Resignation, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo October 18, 1941 CA

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Asserting thatan Agreement With the US was Unlikely, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo October 20, 1941 Purple (CA)

Statement by the Secretary of State Before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, October 21, 1941

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on the Effects of the Changed Cabinet on the Peace Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 21 October 1941 (Purple-CA) #698

Ambassador Nomura Again Asks to Resign, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo October 22, 1941 Purple (CA)

Telegram from Tokyo Rejecting Nomura's Resignation, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 23 October 1941 (Purple---CA) Unnumbered

Ambassador Nomura Describing the Meeting Between Waksugi and Welles, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo October 24, 1941 Purple #995

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT ON THE EXECUTION OF HOSTAGES BY THE NAZIS, October 25, 1941

Telegram from Tokyo on Further Instructions on the Peace Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 25 October 1941 (Purple-CA) #709

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT'S "NAVY DAY ADDRESS" ON THE ATTACK ON THE DESTROYER KEARNEY, October 27, 1941

Ambassador Nomura's Notes on a Conversation with US Admiral Pratt, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 27 October 1941 (Purple) #1004

Minister Wakasugi's Analysis of the US Position, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 29 October 1941 (Purple) #1008

Telegram from the Japanese EMbassy in Washington on US Attitudes Toward Japan, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 29 October 1941 (Purple) #1010

PARAPHRASE OF A LETTER FROM PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT TO PREMIER JOSEPH STALIN, Dated October 30, 1941

Telegram from Tokyo Noting the New Agreement Between Japan, Germany, and Italy, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Nanking 31 October 1941 (Purple) #464

November

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on Questions Concerning the US Negotiating Position, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 1 November 1941 (Purple) #721

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on the Gravity of the Situation, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Togo) To: Washington November 2, 1941 Purple (CA) #722

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on Discussions with the American and British Ambassadors in Japan, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 2, 1941 Purple (CA) #723

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura to Tokyo Requesting Negotiating Instructions, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 3 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #1021

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on the 21 June Proposal, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 3 November 1941 Purple (CA) #1025

The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the Secretary of State, 3 November 1941

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on the Final Position in the Peace Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 4, 1941 Purple (CA) (Urgent) #725

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Outlining Proposal A in the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 4, 1941 Purple (CA) (Urgent) #726

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Outlining Proposal B in the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 4, 1941 Purple (CA) (Urgent) #727

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Advising that Kurusu Will be Joining the Delegation, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 4, 1941 Purple (CA) #730

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Urging the Participation of Brtain and the Netherlans in the Discussions, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 4, 1941 Purple (CA) (Urgent) #731

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Suggesting that the Proposed Agreement be Regarded as an Executive Agreement Rather than as a Treaty, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 5 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #732

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Concerning the Negotiating Strategy, MAGIC, From: Tokyo. To: Washington. 5 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #735

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Setting 25 November as the Deadline for Agreement, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 5 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #736

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Seeking Permission to Meet Secretly with Roosevelt and Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 5 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #1037

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Complaining About Press Reports in Japan about a Deadline for the Agreement, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 5 November 1941 (Purple) #1040

ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TO THE DELEGATES OF THE INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION, Delivered in the White House and broadcast over a nation-wide hookup, November 6, 1941

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Explaining the Reasons for Dispatching Ambassador Kurusu, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 6, 1941 Purple (CA) (Urgent) #739

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on the Elimination of the Question of Self-Defense and the Tripartitite Pact from the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 6, 1941 Purple (CA) #740

Telegram from Tokyo to Nomura Urging Utmost Secrecy in Meeting with Roosevelt, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 6, 1941 Purple (CA) #741

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Raising Apprehensions About the Publicity Concerning Kusuru's Appointment, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 6, 1941 Purple #1051

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Requesting Press Silence About the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 7 November 1941 (Purple) #1053

Document Handed by the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura) To the Secretary of State on November 7, 1941

Telegram from Ambassador Mounra Describing His Meeting With Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 7 November 1941 (Purple) #1054

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Describing His Meeting with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 7 November 1941 (Purple)

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Describing His Meeting with Hull, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 9 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #751

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Agreeing to Censor News Stories Likely to Inflame American Public Opinion, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 9 November 1941 (Purple) #752

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on the China Question in the Peace Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 10, 1941 Purple (CA) (Urgent) #755.

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on Discussions With the US Ambassador to Japan, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 10, 1941 Purple #757

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on the Likelihood of an American Response to Further Japanese Aggression, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 10, 1941 Purple (CA) (Urgent) #1066

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on His Meeting with Roosevelt and Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 10, 1941 Purple CA (Extremely Urgent) #1069

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on His Meeting with Roosevelt and Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 10, 1941 Purple (Extremely Urgent) #1070

Address Delivered by the Secretary of the Navy (Knox) at Providence, November 11, 1941

Address Delivered by the Under Secretary of State (Welles) At Washington, November 11, 1941

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on the Firmness of the Deadline for Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 11 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #762

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on Not Invoking the Tripartitite Pact at This Time, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 11 November 1941 (Purple) #763

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Describing a Conversation with the British Ambassador, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 11 November 1941 (Purple) #764

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on His Request for An Urgent Meeting with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 11 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #1074

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on His Meeting with Hull and the China Question, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 12, 1941 Purple #1087

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Vichy France Noting that Japan Will Move to Enhance Its Facilities in Indochina, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Vichy November 12, 1941 Purple #528

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Noting that Ambassador Nomura's Previous Message Did Not Mention Hull's Question Concerning Japan's Relations With the Axis Powers, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 13 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #766

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on His Discussions With Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 13 November 1941 (Purple) #1089

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Concerning the Submission of Proposal B, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 14, 1941 Purple (CA) (Urgent) #772

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on the Negotiaztions, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 14, 1941 Purple (CA) (Urgent)

Telegram from Tokyo to Its Embassies in China Concerning Japanese Objectives in China, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Hongkong November 14, 1941 Purple Cir. #2319

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on American Attitudes Toward a Pacific War, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 14, 1941 Purple #1090

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on Proposal B, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 15 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #774

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on the Status of the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 15 November 1941 (Purple) #775

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington with Instructions for Ambassador Kurusu, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 15 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #781

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on His Discussions with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 15 November 1941 (Purple) #1095

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on the Consequences of a Breakdown in the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 15 November 1941 (Purple) #1098

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on His Discussions with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 15 November 1941 (Purple) #1106

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on the Absolute Firmness of the 25 November Deadline, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 16, 1941 Purple (CA) (Urgent)

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 16, 1941 Purple #782

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on a Degree of Optimism in the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 16, 1941 (Purple) #1107

Joint Resolution To Repeal Sections 20, 3, and 6 of the Neutrality Act Of 1939, and for Other Purposes, 17 November 1941

JAPANESE FOREIGN MINISTER TOGO SHIGENORI'S ADDRESS TO THE IMPERIAL DIET, November 17, 1941

The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the Secretary of State, 17 November 1941

Memorandum by the Secretary of State on Discussions with Ambassadors Nomura and Kurusu, 17 November 1941

Telegram from the Japanese Embassy in Washington to Tokyo on the Major Issues in the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 17 November 1941 (Purple) #1114

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on Discussions with Roosevelt and Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 17, 1941 (Purple) #1118

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Agreeing to Change "Southwestern Pacific" to "Pacific" in the Peace Proposal, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 17 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #783

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on the Meaning of the Word Non-Discriminatory, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 17 November 1941 (Purple) #784

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on His Discussions with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo. 17 November 1941 (Purple) #1127

Memorandum Regarding a Conversation Between the Secretary of State, the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), and Mr. Kurusu, 18 November 1941

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on Qualifying the Meaning of Non-Discriminatory, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 18 November 1941 (Probable date of drafting) 19 November 1941 (Intercepted) (Purple) #1129

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on Discussions with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 18 November 1941* (Purple) #1131

Telegram from Ambassador Kurusu on Discussions with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo (18 November-probable date of drafting) (19 November-intercepted) #1133

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Suggesting a Change in the US Position Toward More Concern For the Tripartitite Pact, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 18, 1941 Purple #1134

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on Contingency Plans to Evacuate Diplomatic Personnel, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 18, 1941 Purple #788

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Suggesting that a Dramatic Step by Japan Would Unlock the Peace Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 18, 1941 Purple CA #1135

Telegram from Tokyo with Secret Code Words for Various Emergencies, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 19 November 1941 (J 19) Circular #2353

Telegram from Tokyo with Secret Code Words to Describe the State of Japanese Relations with Different Countries, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 19 November 1941 (J 19) Circular #2354

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Instructing Nomura to Present Proposal B, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 19 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #798

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on Concessions in the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 19 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #799

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on Additional Concessions, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 19 November 1941 (Purple-CA) #800

Statement by the Japanese that They Will Move Their Troops from Southern to Northern Indochina Upon Conclusion of an Agreement with the US, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 19 November 1941 (Purple) (Eng.) #801

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Urging Concessions on the Chinese Issue, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 19 November 1941 (Purple) #1136

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Warning about Sending Evacuation Ships in Light of the Secret 25 November Deadline, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 19 November 1941 (Purple) #1140

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Rejecting Any Concessions on the Chinese Issue, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 20 November, 1941 (Purple-CA) #806

Memorandum Regarding a Conversation Between the Secretary of State, the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), and Mr. Kurusu, 20 November 1941

Draft Proposal Handed by the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura) To the Secretary of State on November 20, 1941

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on his Discussions with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 20, 1941 Purple (Extremely Urgent) #1144

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on his Discussions with Hull, MAGIC, To: Tokyo From: Washington November 20, 1941 Purple (Very Urgent) #1147

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Urging Continued Calm in the Japanese Press, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 20, 1941 Purple #1148

Telegram from Tokyo to Ankara Predicting a Breakdown of the US-Japanese Discussions, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Togo) To: Ankara November 20, 1941 J-16 Circular #2364

Draft of a Formal Note for a Peace Agreement, from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 21 November 1941 (Purple) #810

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on Language in the Introductory Paragraph of Proposal B, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 21 November 1941 (Purple) #811

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Berlin on Breaking Up the US-British-Soviet Alliance, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Berlin 21 November 1941 (Purple) #969

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Extending the Deadline for Signing the Peace Agreement from the 25th to the 29th, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 22, 1941 Purple CA (Urgent) #812

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Noting that the Anti-Comintern Pact Will be Extended Another Five Years, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 22, 1941 Purple (CA) #815

Memorandum Regarding a Conversation, Between, the Secretary Of State, the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), and Mr. Kurusu, 22 November 1941

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Allowing Roosevelt to Introduce the Peace Agreement Between China and Japan, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 22, 1941. Purple (CA) (Urgent) #816.

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Inquiring Whether the US Had Noted the Omission in Proposal B of References to the Non-Discrimination Clause and the Tripartitite Pact, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 22, 1941. Purple (CA) (Urgent) #817

Telegram from Panama to Tokyo Noting the US Efforts to Defend the Panama Canal, MAGIC, From: Panama (Akiyama) To: Tokyo November 22, 1941 J-19 #321

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Describing His Conversations with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 23 November 1941 (Purple) #1159

Telegram from Ambassador Kurusu on His Discussions with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 23 November 1941 (Purple) #1160

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on His Discussions with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 23 November 1941 (Purple) #1161

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Noting Dissatisfaction With the US Position, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 24, 1941 Purple (Very Urgent) #821

Telegram from Tokyo Describing a Meeting with the US Ambassador Outlining the Centrality of China to the Peace Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 24, 1941 Purple (Very Urgent) #822

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Urging Press Restraint, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo 25 November 1941 (Purple) #1177

Telegram from Hanoi to Tokyo on the Deadline for Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Hanoi To: Tokyo 25 November 1941 (Purple-YO) #118

Telegram from Bangkok to Tokyo on Japan's Interests in Tahiland, MAGIC, From: Bangkok To: Tokyo 25 November 1941 (Purple) #849

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on the Need for Full Acceptance of Proposal B, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Togo) To: Washington November 26, 1941 Purple (CA) (Urgent) #830

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on the Petroleum Needs of Japan, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 26, 1941 Purple (Priority) #833

Memorandum Regarding a Conversation Between the Secretary of State, the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), and Mr. Kurusu, 26 November 1941

Transcript of a Telephone Conversation to Yamamoto from Kurusu, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 26 November 1941 (1745 EST) (Telephone code)* Trans-Pacific Telephone To Kumaicho Yamamoto from Kurusu

Transcript of a Telephone Conversation to Yamamoto from Kurusu, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 26 November 1941 (1946 to 1953 EST) (Telephone Code)** Trans-Pacific Telephone

Document Handed by the Secretary of State to the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), 26 November 1941

Oral Statement Handed by the Secretary of State to the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), 26 November 1941

Telegram from Nomura and Kurusu Signalling the End of the Negotiations and Urging a Policy of Neutralization in the Pacific, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo November 26, 1941 Purple (Extremely urgent) #1180

Telegram from Nomura Describing His Discussions with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 26, 1941. Purple (Extremely urgent) #1189

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on How to End the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 26, 1941 Purple (Extremely urgent) #1190

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on His Discussions with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 26, 1941 Purple (Extremely Urgent) #1191

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington on Word Changes in Proposal B, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 27 November 1941 (Purple) #841

Telegram from Tokyo on Concerns that the US Might Occupy the Dutch East Indies, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Togo) To: Washington 27 November 1941 (Purple) #842

Telegram from Tokyo to Japanese Embassies on New Codes, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington 27 November 1941 (J 19) Circular #2409

Conversation between Ambassador Kurusu and Japanese Foreign Office American Division Chief, Yamamoto, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 27 November 1941 (2327-2334 EST) (Telephone Code)—(See JD-1: 6841) (S.I.S. #25344) Trans-Pacific Telephone

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on US-Netherlands Activities, MAGIC, From: Washington To: Tokyo 27 November 1941 (Purple) #1204

Telegram from Nomura Describing His Discussions with Roosevelt, MAGIC, From: Washington. To: Tokyo. 27 November 1941 (Purple) #1206

Memorandum by the Secretary of State on Discussions with the Japanese, 27 November 1941

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on American Press Reactions to the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo November 28, 1941 Purple "#1214

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Rejecting the American Proposal but Instructing the Ambassadors Not to Break off Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo To: Washington November 28, 1941. Purple (CA) #844

Telegram from Tokyo to Honolulu on the Contingencies for a Breakdown of Telegraphic Communications, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Togo) To: Honolulu November 28, 1941 J 19 (Priority) #118

Telegram from Tokyo to Hanoi Indicating that No Change in Indochina Policy Will Occur, MAGIC, From: Tokyo (Togo) To: Hanoi November 28, 1941 Purple (YO) #93.

Circular Telegram from Tokyo Indicating the Imminent Break-Off of Negotiations with the US, MAGIC, From: Rio To: Santiago November 28, 1941 J-19 Circular #326 (Message from Tokyo Circular #2416)

Circular Telegram from Tokyo to Japanese Embassies Warning that the Situation Will "Take a Turn for the Worst." MAGIC, From: Rio To: Santiago, November 28, 1941, J-19, Circular #326

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura of the Likely Response of the US to a Japanese Invasion of Thailand, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura), To: Tokyo
November 28, 1941, Purple (Priority), #1209

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on US Press Response to the Hull Proposals, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura), To: Tokyo, November 28, 1941,
Purple, #1214

Telegram from the Japanese Embassy in Hsingking on Treatment of Foreign Citizens in the Event of War Between Japan and the US, MAGIC, From: Hsinking
To: Tokyo, November 28, 1941, Purple, #781

Telegram from the Japanese Embassy in Bangkok on Pro-Japanese Elements in Thailand, MAGIC, From: Bangkok, To: Tokyo, 29 November 1941, (Purple), #872

Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the British Ambassador (Halifax), 29 November 1941

Telegram from the Japanese Embassy in Berlin on Discussions with German Foreign Minister Ribbentrop, MAGIC, From: Berlin, To: Tokyo, 29 November 1941, (Purple), #1393

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Suggesting One Last OVerture to the US, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Washington, 29 November 1941, (Purple—CA), #857

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Berlin on the Breakdown of Negotiations with the US, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Berlin, November 30, 1941, Purple, #986

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Berlin on the Imminence of War with the US, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Berlin, November 30, 1941, Purple (CA), #985

Telephone Conversation between Ambassador Kurusu and the Japanese Foreign Office American Division Chief Yamamoto, MAGIC, From: Washington, To: Tokyo, 30 November 1941 (2230 to 2238 EST), Telephone Code, Trans-Pacific Radio Telephone

Ambassador Nomura's Description of the American Press Reaction to Premier Tojo's Speech, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura) To: Tokyo, November 30, 1941, Purple, #1222

December

Memorandum Regarding a Conversation Between the Secretary of State, the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), and Mr. Kurusu, 1 December 1941

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Hsingking Concerning Treatment of Americans and British Citizens in Manchuko, MAGIC, From: Tokyo. To: Hsinking. 1 December 1941, (Purple), #893

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington to Keep Negotiations Going to Prevent the US from Becoming Suspicious, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Washington, 1 December 1941, (Purple—CA), #865

Circular Telegram from Tokyo on How to Destroy Records, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Washington, 1 December 1941, (Purple), Circular #2436

Circular Telegram from Tokyo on the Reutrn of Code Machines Except for Those in the US, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Washington, 1 December 1941, (Purple), Circular #2444

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on His Discussions With Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington, To: Tokyo, 1 December 1941, (Purple), #1225

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on Reactions to Speeches and Press Reports in Japan, MAGIC, From: Washington, To: Tokyo, 1 December 1941, (Purple), #1226

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on Exploring a Leaders' Meeting Between the US and Japan, MAGIC, From: Washington, To: Tokyo, 1 December 1941, (Purple), #1227

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on the Importance Attached to Premier Tojo's Speech in the US, MAGIC, From: Washington, To: Tokyo, 1 December 1941, (Purple), #1230

Memorandum Regarding a Conversation Between the Under Secretary of State (Welles), the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), and Mr. Kurusu, 2 December 1941

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Describing His Meeting with Welles, MAGIC, From: Washington, To: Tokyo, December 2, 1941, Purple, #1232

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on a Meeting With Ballantine on Press Reactions to Tojo's Speech, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura), To: Tokyo, December 2, 1941, Purple (Urgent), #1234

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura Nothing that President Roosevelt Had Referred Directly to the Japanese Troops in Indochina in His Press Interview, MAGIC, From: Washington, To: Tokyo, December 2, 1941, Purple, #1239

Telegram from the Japanese Embassy to Tokyo Affirming that Preparations for the Invasion of Thailand Were Complete, MAGIC, From: Canton, To: Tokyo, December 2, 1941, J-19, #512

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Instructing an Explanation for the Movement of Japanese Troops in Indochina, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Washington, 3 December 1941, (Purple), #875

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Rejecting the Idea of a Leaders' Meeting, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Washington, 3 December, 1941, (Purple), #876

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Defending the Japanese Position in the Negotiations, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Washington. 3 December 1941, (Purple), #878

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on the Certainty of War if the Japanese Invade Thailand, MAGIC, From: Washington, To: Tokyo, 3 December 1941, (Purple), #1244

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on the Inadequacy of the Japanese Explanation for Troop Movements in Indochina, MAGIC, From: Washington (Nomura), To: Tokyo, December 3, 1941, Purple (Urgent), #1256.

Telegram from the Japanese Embassy in Rome on a Meeting With Mussolini, MAGIC, From: Rome, To: Tokyo, 3 December 1941, (Purple—CA), #985

Circular Telegram from the Japanese Embassy in Peking on Japanese Conduct During the Likely War, MAGIC, From: Peking, To: Net, 3 December 1941, (Purple), Circular #616

Circular Telegram from Tokyo on Manchuko's Conduct During the War, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Net, December 4, 1941, Purple, Cir #2467

Circular Telegram from Tokyo on Treating the Netherlands as a Quasi-Enemy Power, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Nanking, Shanghai, Peking, Hsinking, December 4, 1941, Purple, Circular #2468

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Requesting the Evacuation of Certain Personnel, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Washington, 5 December 1941, (Purple), #896

Memorandum Regarding a Conversation Between the Secretary of State, the Japanese Ambassador (Nomura), and Mr. Kurusu, 5 December 1941

Telegram from Ambassador Nomura on His Meeting with Hull, MAGIC, From: Washington, To: Tokyo, 5 December 1941, (Purple), #1261

Telegram from the Japanese Embassy in Washington Requesting that One Code Machine be Allowed to Continue Operation, MAGIC, From: Washington
To: Tokyo, 5 December 1941, (Purple), #1268

Telegram from Tokyo Comparing the US Occupation of Dutch Surinam to the Japanese Occupation of Indochina, AMGIC, From: Tokyo (Togo), To: Washington, December 6, 1941, PA-K2, #899

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Informing It that a Long Response to the American Proposal Will be Sent Shortly, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Washington, December 6, 1941, Purple, #901

Telegram from Tokyo Rejecting the Final US Proposal and Ending Negotiations (the 14 point telegram), MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Washington, December 6, 1941, Purple, #902

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Berlin on Its Desire to Avoid Entering a War with the Soviet Union at The Time, MAGIC, From: Tokyo
To: Berlin, December 6, 1941, Purple (CA) (Urgent), #1003

President Roosevelt to Emperor Hirohito of Japan, 6 December 1941

Telegram from Tokyo to the Japanese Embassy in Washington Requesting a Meeting With Secretary Hull at 1 p.m. (EST) on 7 December 1941, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Washington, December 7, 1941, Purple (Urgent-Very Important), #907

Telegram from Tokyo Thanking the Washington Embassy for Its Efforts, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Washington, December 7, 1941, Purple (Urgent), #908

Telegram from Tokyo on Its War Policies Toward Enemy Officials and Property, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: Net, 7 December 1941, (Purple), Circular #2493

Circular Telegram from Tokyo on Its China Policies, MAGIC, From: Tokyo, To: (Circular), 7 December 1941, (Purple), Circular #2499

MEMORANDUM HANDED BY THE JAPANESE AMBASSADOR (NOMURA) TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE AT 2:20 P.M. ON DECEMBER 7, 1941

The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the Secretary of State, 8 December 1941

Address Delivered by President Roosevelt to the Congress, December 8, 1941

Joint Resolution Declaring That a State of War Exists Between The Imperial Government of Japan and the Government And the People of the United States and Making Provisions To Prosecute the Same, 8 December 1941

Telegram from the Japanese Embassy in Berlin Requesting that Germany and Italy Declare War on the US, MAGIC, From: Berlin, To: Tokyo, December 8, 1941, Purple (Priority), #1437

The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the Secretary of State Informing Him that The Japanese Had Declared a State of War on the US, 9 December 1941

Radio Address Delivered by President Roosevelt From Washington, December 9, 1941

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S MESSAGE TO CONGRESS, Requesting recognition of a State of War existing between the United States and Germany and the United States and Italy, December 11, 1941

Joint Resolution Declaring That a State of War Exists Between The Government of Germany and the Government and the People of the United States and Making Provision To Prosecute The Same, 11 December 1941

Joint Resolution Declaring That a State of War Exists Between The Government of Italy and the Government and the People of the United States and Making Provision To Prosecute the Same, 11 December 1941


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