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Alien enemies. See Enemy aliens. Argentina : U.S. attitude toward im-
Alien property. See Enemy property. munity of public ships from local
Alien Property Custodian: establish- jurisdiction, 831-834; Argentine

ment and functions, 263-264, 266- attitude, 829-831, 834–835; treat-
268, 269; measures taken by, 270, ment in United States of Germans
287–289, 292–294, 305, 306–307

naturalized in Argentina, 219-220
“Ally-of-enemy aliens (see also En- Attualità, case cited, 835

emy aliens): American-Austro- Austria-Hungary (see also Enemy
Hungarian arrangements, 244–246, aliens; Enemy property; and Trad-
247, 249–250, 251–252; American- ing with the enemy):
Turkish arrangements, 246–247, "Ally-of-enemy” aliens, American-

247–249, 250, 251–255, 539, 540, 542 Austro-Hungarian arrangements,
“Ally-of-enemy property (see also

244-246, 247, 249-250, 251-252
Enemy property), 272

Prisoners of war, proposed Ameri-
Alsatians and Lorrainers, special can-Austro-Hungarian confer-

treatment in United States, 204- ence, 157-159
205, 206-210

Treaties with United States cited,
American Committee for Armenian

309, 451
and Syrian Relief, 547–548, 548–
550, 559–560; mission to Persia, Belgium :
568-569, 569_570, 571-572

Relief operations :
American forces in Europe:

Belgian appeals for aid, 460-461,
Desertion, reciprocal arrangements

483, 494–496; U.S. replies, 463–
with-

464, 465-466
France: agreement by exchange

Committee for Relief in Belgium :
of notes, 718-719, 745-747;

Assistance to refugees in evacu-
modification of agreement,

ated territory and in the
749–751; proposals of France,

Netherlands, 486-490, 491–
738-739, 740_741

494
Great Britain
: proposals of Great

Extension of activities to recon-
Britain, 733–734, 743; United

struction period, 490-491,
States, 739

494 498
Marriages: French suggestions for

Financial arrangements by
U.S. measures regarding, 761-

United States and Allied
764, 765-767, 769–770, 771-773,

Powers, 461-462, 466 467,
777, 779; U.S. attitude and meas-

469 472, 486, 488-489, 490,
ures, 764–765, 767–769, 770–771,

492
773-777, 777-778, 779

Interruption of program: pro-
Penal military jurisdiction, arrange-

posals and threats, 472, 473–
ments with

475; U.S. attitude, 472-473
Belgium : agreement by exchange

Provision of tonnage by United
of notes, 747-748, 751; exten-

States and Great Britain,
sion of agreement, 757-758

459-460, 467-468, 475-485
France: agreement proposed by Orphans, care for, 464-465

France, 734-735 ; exchange of United States :
notes, 718-719, 735–737; exten- American forces in Europe: agree-
sion of agreement, 754–755,

ment by exchange of notes re-
756

garding penal military juris-
Great Britain: proposals and atti-

diction, 747–748, 751; exten-
tude of Great Britain, 733–734,

sion of agreement, 757-758
737-738, 741–745, 751–752, 753– Military service convention, U.S.
754, 759–760; United States,

proposal, 648-650
739–740, 745, 748–749, 752, 753, Warfare, protests against illegal and
755–756, 759, 760

inhumane methods, 789_790
American Red Cross. See Belgium : Brazil, seizure and liquidation of

Relief operations ; Finnish relief; enemy property, 345, 346, 352, 354
Persion relief; Polish relief; Pris- 355, 356 357 :
oners of war: Relief activities; Allied and U.S. enemy trading lists:
Russia : Prisoners of war; Serbia :

conditional offer of withdrawal,
Relief operations; and Turkish 340–341, 346–348, 349-351, 353-
territories, relief.

354, 355-356; Brazilian replies,
Appam, case cited, 165

354–355, 356-357

853

Brazil, seizure and liquidation of

enemy property_Continued
Suggestions of Great Britain, 343–

345; United States, 341-343,

345–346, 348 349
Bulgaria : relief operations, U.S. atti-

tude, 553–554; reply to protested
treatment of Serbian prisoners of
war, 622-624

Canada :
Military service convention with

United States (June 3). See
under Military service conven-

tions.
Treatment in United States of Ger-

mans naturalized in Canada,

215-219
Sensorship: British application, 645,

646; U.S. attitude, 646, 647
Chile, status of public ships in Ameri-

can ports, 834n
China :
Enemy aliens, treatment, 84, 86, 96,

97
Trading with the enemy: Chinese

regulations, 441; U.S. regula-

tions and policy, 433-445
Colombia, U.S. purchase of German

ships, 422-423
Committee for Relief in Belgium. See

under Belgium: Relief operations.
Contraband of war, 162–163
Copenhagen Red Cross Conference:
Convocation, 630-632; U.S. attitude

toward participation, 634
Proposal for exchange of prisoners,

635–636, 643; attitude of Great
Britain, 640; Russia, 639-640;

United States, 637, 641
Costa Rica, enemy aliens, treatment,

89
Cuba :

Enemy aliens, treatment, 237–238
Enemy property: treatment, 358-

359; U.S. recommendations, 357-

358, 358-359
Czecho-Slovaks, special treatment in

United States, 213-215

Enemy aliens-Continued
China: attitude of Germany, 84, 96;

United States, 86, 97
Costa Rica, 89-90
Cuba: attitude of Germany, 84, 92,

237–238; United States, 87–88,

93–94, 96
Dominican Republic: attitude of

Germany, 84, 236-237; United

States, 87–88, 93–94, 238-239
Germany:
Agreement with United States.

(Nov. 11): negotiations, 92,
93, 95-96, 97-98, 99-100, 160_

165; text, 134-138
Internment, 200-201
Officers and men of enemy mer-

chant marine, 38, 93, 97, 99,

134-138, 228, 231-232
Restrictions on departure, 172,

173–174, 177
Great Britain, 229-231
Guatemala, 89-90
Haiti, 89-90
Honduras, 89–90, 395-396
Nicaragua, 89-90
Panama, 232-236, 239-244; attitude

of Germany, 84, 92, 235; United
States, 87–88, 93–94, 96; Swedish

protests, 233-234, 240–241
Salvador, 89-90
United States :
Agreement with Germany (Nov.

11): negotiations, 92, 93, 95–
96, 97–98, 99-100, 160-165 ;

text, 134-138
Internment, status and treatment,

11, 18, 21–22, 27-28, 170, 171,
174-177, 177-180, 183–185,
190–191, 191-192, 195–197; in-
quiries and protests, 190, 194-

195, 199, 200,201, 203–204
Relief measures, 172-173, 188-189,

191, 197–198, 226-227
Restrictions on entrance into and

departure from the United
States, 168, 169–171, 174–175,
187, 793, 797, 804, 807–813,

820
Special treatment of-
Alsatians and Lorrainers, 204-

205, 206–210
Czecho-Slovaks, 213–215
German natives naturalized in

foreign countries, 215-222
Officers and men of enemy mer-

chant marine, 93, 97, 99,

134-138, 178, 202, 222-228
Poles, 205–206, 210-213, 215
Status in U.S. courts, 178-179
U.S. regulations, 165-168, 180–

183, 185–187, 192-194, 804,
807-813, 820

Denmark : facilitation of transit of cor-

respondence and parcels for pris-
oners of war, 21-22; treatment in
United States of Germans nat-

uralized in Denmark, 220-222
Dominican Republic: enemy aliens,

treatment, 236-237, 238,239; enemy
property, U.S. recommendations

regarding treatment, 359-362
Ecuador, U.S. recommendations re-

garding treatment of enemy prop-

erty, 363-364
Enemy aliens (see also "Ally-of-ene-

my” aliens), treatment by-
Austria-Hungary, 199, 201–202

Enemy property (see also “Ally-of-| Enemy property-Continued

enemy" property), treatment by- Nicaragua, 89, 371; U.S. recommen-
Brazil, seizure and liquidation, 345,

dations, 367, 372
346, 352, 354–355, 356–357:

Panama, U.S. recommendations, 396–
Allied and U.S. enemy trading

399
lists, conditional offer of Peru, 400 401, 402 403, 405 406, 407-
withdrawal, 340–341, 346-

408, 410 411; U.S. recommenda-
348, 349-351, 353-354, 355-

tions, 401–402, 403-404, 406 407,
356; Brazilian replies, 354-

408 410, 411
355, 356-357

United States:
Suggestions of Great Britain, 343– Alien Property Custodian: estab-
345; United States, 341-343,

lishment and functions, 262-
345-346, 348-349

264, 266-268, 269; measures
Cuba, 358-359; U.S. recommenda-

taken by, 270, 287–289, 292-
tions, 357-358, 358–359

294, 305, 306-307
Dominican Republic, U.S. recom-

Attachment of enemy property in
mendations, 359-362

neutral states, U.S. refusal,
Ecuador, U.S. recommendations,

268–269, 271-272
363-364

Austro-Hungarian property, 277–
Germany, American property:

278
Agreement with United States, Consuls, neutral, competence to
proposed, 86, 160-165

act as custodians for enemy
Patents, copyrights, and trade-

property, 257–259, 262, 265,
marks, arrangements with

266-267, 269, 273-274, 338, 339
United States for protection, Consultation with Allied Powers
161, 319-320, 320-327, 329,

concerning measures, U.S. re-
330-331, 331-332

fusal, 303-304
Private property, 264–265, 266, 268, Enemy”, extension of term to
272-273, 279–282, 283, 289

include individuals in enemy
290, 291-292, 296–297, 298,

territory, 284, 288-289, 298–
310-313

299, 302, 304-305, 305-307; in-
Property of diplomatic and con-

terned aliens, 284-285, 288,
sular officers, 336, 337

314-315, 316; others, 299-302
U.S. inquiries, 294–295

German property:
Guatemala, 365, 366, 368, 369-370, Agreement with Germany, pro-
370-371, 372; U.S. recommen-

posed, 86, 160-165
dations, 366-368, 370, 371, 372

Hamburg-American Line, 279,
Haiti, 89, 362–363; U.S. recommen-

286, 302–303, 307–308, 312, 314
dations, 361-362

Insurance companies, 256–257,
Honduras:

260–262, 270-271
Administration of German prop-

Miscellaneous private property,
erty, U.S. recommendations,

256, 259–260, 271, 286,287,
367, 372, 396

292–294, 298, 313, 315, 316-
Development of Pacific port: U.S.

317, 318,319
efforts, 372, 375, 376-377, 380,

North German Lloyd Dock Co.,
387, 388, 389, 390–391, 392;

302–303, 307-308, 312, 314
Honduran attitude, 373, 377–

Patents, copyrights, and trade-
378, 390, 394

marks, arrangement with
German interests at Amapala:

Germany for protection, 161,
U.S. suspension of steamer

266, 286, 319-320, 326–327,
service pending elimination,

327-329, 332-334
373, 374, 375–376, 376–377,

Philippines, treatment in, 317–
378, 381, 384, 389, 389 390 ;

319
Honduran attitude, 374, 377–

Property of diplomatic and con-
378, 378-379, 382-383, 384,

sular officers, 334-335, 337,
385

339–340
Honduran seizure and operation

Protests and inquiries of Ger-
of German lighters, 89, 378–

many, 266, 279, 295–296,
379, 382-383, 385, 388-389,

297–298, 307–308, 310-311,
393-394, 395; U.S. recom-

317–318
mendations, 380, 381, 386, Public property, 335–336, 337-
387–388, 391, 392, 393, 395

338
Lighters, establishment of line of

U.S. non-confiscation of property
American, 380, 381, 388, 391,

of German subjects in
392, 393, 394–395; Honduran

United States, 256, 259–260,
attitude, 383, 385, 386, 393-394

267–268, 271, 286–287, 313

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