Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941

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DOCUMENTS
1.
The Minister in China ( Johnson) to the Secretary of State, September 22, 1931155
2.
Memorandum Handed by the Secretary of State to the Japanese Ambassador ( Debuchi), September 22, 1931156
3.
The Secretary of State to the Consul at Geneva ( Gilbert), October 9, 1931157
4.
The Secretary of State to the Chargé in Japan ( Neville), October 20, 1931158
5.
The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Japan ( Forbes), January 7, 1932159
6.
The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Japan ( Forbes), February 1, 1932160
7.
Address Delivered by the Honorable Hugh S. Gibson, of the United States Delegation, at the General Disarmament Conference, Geneva, February 9, 1932161
8.
The Secretary of State to the Minister in Switzerland ( Wilson), February 12, 1932164
9.
The Secretary of State to the Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations (Borah), United States Senate, February 23, 1932168
10.
The Ambassador in Japan (Grew) to the Secretary of State, August 13, 1932173
11.
Memorandum by the Secretary of State Regarding a Conversation With the Japanese Ambassador ( Debuchi), January 5, 1933175
12.
The Secretary of State to the Minister in Switzerland ( Wilson), February 25, 1933176
13.
The Secretary of State to the Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs ( MeReynolds), House of Representatives, April 5, 1933177
14.
President Roosevelt to the Secretary of State, May 6, 1933179
15.
Message of President Roosevelt to the Congress, May 16, 1933179
16.
Memorandum by the Secretary of State to the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, May 17, 1933183
17. Address Delivered by the Honorable Norman H. Davis, Chairman of the United States Delegation, at the General Disarmament Conference, Geneva, May 22, 1933 186
18. The Consul General at Berlin (Messersmith) to the Under Secretary of State (Phillips), June 26, 1933 191

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  • Peace and War - United States Foreign Policy 1931-1941 *
  • Foreword iii
  • Contents v
  • Documents i
  • I- The Fateful Decade 1
  • II- Japanese Conquest of Manchuria 1931-1932 4
  • III- Disarmament Discussions 1932-1934 9
  • IV- Warnings of Danger 1933-1935 13
  • V- Italian Conquest of Ethiopia 1935-1936 29
  • VI- Developing Dangers 1936-1937 34
  • VII- Japanese Attack on China 1937 45
  • VIII- European Crisis 1938 54
  • IX- European War 1939 62
  • X- European War 1940 71
  • XI- Defense Measures of the United States 1940 80
  • XII- Relations with Japan 1938-1940 88
  • XIII- European War 1941 99
  • XIV- Discussions with Japan 1941 Pearl Harbor 118
  • XV- United Nations 151
  • Documents 1-271 *
  • Index *
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