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DEPARTMENT OF STATE
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Occupation of Manchuria by Japan, beginning of Japanese military
aggression, and efforts of the United States and other powers to pre-
Negotiations for relinquishment by the United States and other powers
of extraterritorial rights in China . . .
Measures taken by the United States for the protection of American lives
Efforts of the United States to meet situation created by imposition in
China of taxes considered unfair to American trade
Application of Chinese jurisdiction to American missionary, educational,
and medical enterprises and personnel in China
Retention of United States Army forces in China .
Attitude of the Department of State on the export to China of arms or
munitions, including military aircraft.
Protection of title deeds to real property of Americans in China.
Efforts for the consideration of American claims outstanding against
Trans-Pacific flight from Japan to the United States of Clyde E. Pang-
born and Hugh Herndon, Jr. ...
Admission into the United States of Japanese treaty (trade) aliens.
Arrangement between the United States and Japan regarding reciprocal
recognition of load-line certificates effected by exchange of notes
signed February 13, 1931, March 19 and 30, 1931, August 25, 1931,
LIST OF PAPERS
(Unless otherwise specified, the correspondence is from or to officials in the Department of State.]
THE FAR EASTERN CRISIS OCCUPATION OF MANCHURIA BY JAPAN, BEGINNING OF JAPANESE_MILITARY
AGGRESSION, AND EFFORTS OF THE UNITED STATES AND OTHER POWERS TO PRESERVE PEACE
Date and number
General; his opinion that Japanese irritation with Chinese
unexpected conflict might develop into a major incident. Sept. 11 Memorandum by the Minister in China
Conversation with Adviser of the Executive Yuan of the
Japan would occupy Manchuria within the next 3 months.
aspects of negotiations in Nakamura affair; Legation's views
(text printed), setting forth instances of Japanese provocations
in China and to the League of Nations.
been no important developments in Nakamura affair but that
tion to secure satisfaction.
Cantonese faction; reports in Shanghai press that Japan will
opinion that it but expresses Sino-Japanese animosity in Manchuria; possibility that a toning down of Chinese demands upon Japanese Government for anti-Chinese riots in Korea may result; information that Chinese authorities are conducting a second and more thorough investigation of the affair.