On January 2, 1943 the Department of State released a publication entitled "Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941", containing references to a number of documents concerning the conduct of the foreign relations of the United States during that ten-year period. It was stated at the time that these documents would be published later. They are accordingly published herein, together with a reprint of the publication released on January 2. The present publication presents a record of policies and acts by which the United States sought to promote conditions of peace and world order and to meet the world-wide dangers resulting from Japanese, German, and Italian aggression.
July 1, 1943 . . .
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