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France-Continued
Serbian prisoners of war and in-

terned nationals, attitude to-
ward provision of aid, 610-611,

612-613
Warfare, protests against illegal and

inhumane methods, 786; atti-
tude toward protest of Interna-
tional Committee of Red Cross,
782–783

9

General Polish Relief Committee, 500–

501, 502-503, 506-507, 524
Geneva Convention cited, 46–50
Germany (see also Enemy aliens; En-

emy property; and Prisoners of

war):
Ships, U.S. purchase in Colombia,

422-423
Submarine warfare, attacks on U.S.

nationals and ships, 162–163,

165
Treaties with United States cited:

(Bavaria, 1845), 309; (Prussia,
1785), 4, 162, 163, 164–165, 296,
308; (Prussia, 1799), 4, 55–56,
57–58, 59, 86, 102, 160-161, 162
165, 169–171, 296, 308, 318;
(Prussia, 1828), 55–56, 59, 162,

Enemy property-Continued
United States—Continued
Holding of enemy property as se-

curity for Allied property in
enemy hands, U.S. refusal,

274–277, 278–279, 290–291
Expatriation: U.S. policy, 823–826, 827–

828; British attitude, 826–827
Finnish relief :
Appeals for aid :

Finnish, 572–574
Scandinavian joint representa-

tions, 582–583; British reply,

584; U.S. reply, 585
Provision of foodstuffs :
Attitude of France, 585–586 ; Great

Britain, 574–575, 584; United
States, 574, 575–576, 581-582,

583–584, 585, 586–587, 587–588
Recommendations, 577, 578–580,

580–581, 587
Tentative arrangements, 574, 576–

577, 580, 588
France :
Alsatians and Lorrainers, special

treatment in United States, 204

205, 206–2010
American forces in Europe, arrange-

ments with United States re-

garding-
Desertion : agreement by exchange

of notes, 718-719, 745-747 ;
modification of agreement,
749_751 ; proposals of France,

738-739, 740–741
Marriages : French suggestions for

U.S. measures regarding, 761–
764, 765–767, 769-770, 771-773,
777, 779; U.S. attitude and
measures, 764–765, 767–769,

770–771, 773–777, 777–778, 779
Penal military jurisdiction : agree-

ment proposed by France, 734-
735; exchange of notes, 718
719, 735–737; extension of

agreement, 754–755, 756
Belgian relief, financial arrange-

ments with United States and
Allied Powers, 461-462, 466–467,

469-472, 486, 488 489, 490, 492
Finnish relief, attitude toward pro-

vision of foodstuffs, 585-586
Military service convention with

United States (Sept. 3):
Arrangements for conclusion, 718–

719; text, 723–726
Proposals: French, 691-693, 696–

697, U.S., 648–650, 662–664,

677–679, 702–704
Prisoners of war, facilitation of

transit of correspondence and

parcels, 27-28
Radio communication, arrangement

with United States, 836–844

164-165, 296, 308, 309, 318
Warfare, protests against illegal and

inhumane methods, 785, 788–
789; American attitude, 785–
786; reply to protests of Inter-
national Committee of Red
Cross, 787–788; reply to U.S.

protest, 791
Great Britain:
American forces in Europe, negotia-

tions with United States regard-

ing-
Desertion: proposals of Great

Britain, 733-734, 743; United

States, 739
Penal military jurisdiction : pro-

posals and attitude of Great
Britain, 733-734, 737-738, 741-
745, 751-752, 753–754, 759–760;
United States, 739–740, 745,
748–749, 752, 753, 755–756,

759, 760
Belgian relief: financial arrange-

ments with United States and
Allied Powers, 461–462, 466 467,
469-472, 486, 488 489, 490, 492;
provision of tonnage in coopera-
tion with United States, 459–

460, 467-468, 475-485
Censorship, application, 645, 646;

U.S. attitude, 646, 647
Enemy aliens, treatment, 229-231
Finnish relief, attitude toward provi-

sion of foodstuffs, 574-575, 584

ers, 640

Great Britain Continued

Haiti :
Military service convention with Enemy aliens, treatment, 89

United States (June 3). See Enemy property: treatment, 89, 362–
under Military service conyen-

363; U.S. recommendations, 361-
tions.

362
Polish relief, attitude toward-

Honduras:
Appeals for aid, 510

Enemy aliens, treatment, 89
Provision of food for children, Enemy property, treatment. See un-
515, 516, 518, 534-535, 537

der Enemy property.
Transmission of funds, 500, 503–

504, 509, 517–518, 518-519, Italy:
521-522

Military service convention with
Prisoners of war, relief for British, 5

United States (Aug. 24):
Russian relief, attitude toward-

Italian viewpoint toward, 722–723;
Proposal for exchange of prison-

text, 726–729

Proposals: Italian, 671-673, 693,
U.S. tentative plans for assistance,

695, 704–706, 721-722; U.S.,
628
629, 640-641, 642-643,

648-650, 662-664, 679_681, 693–
643–644, 645

695, 701-702, 720-721
Serbian relief, attitude toward U.S.

Radio communications, protocol with
financial assistance, 601-602,

United States (Mar. 27), 844–849
609

Treaty with United States cited,
Turkish territories, attitude toward

662n, 728
transmission of funds for relief
in, 550-551; transportation of

Jewish Welfare Board, 91
supplies, 548

Joint Distribution Committee, 547–548,
Warfare, attitude toward charges by

548-550
International Committee of Red
Cross of illegal and inhumane
methods, 783–784

Knights of Columbus, 91
Greece:

Lithuania, relief for, 505-506, 530–
Military service convention with

531, 532, 534
United States (Aug. 30): ar-
rangements for conclusion, 707- MacCallum mission to Persia, 565–566,
708, 719_720; text, 729-732

567
Proposal for recruiting in United

Martha Washington, taking over of,
States, 707–708; U.S. attitude,

246, 247, 447, 448, 449, 451-456,
719_720

457
Guatemala :

Military service conventions, U.S.
Enemy aliens, treatment, 89

negotiations and agreements
Enemy property: treatment, 365,

with-
366, 368, 369-370, 370–371, 372;
U.S. recommendations, 366-368,

Belgium, U.S. proposal, 648-650
370, 371, 372

Canada :

Convention of June 3: arrange-
Hague Conventions cited :

ments for conclusion, 700-701,
II (1899) and IV (1907), respecting

706-707 ; text, 714-717
laws and customs of war on Proposals: Canadian, 683, 699;
land, 3, 7, 21, 32, 54, 61

U.S., 648-650, 666-669, 698
V (1907), respecting the rights and Provisions of British-American
duties of neutral powers and

agreement, 655-656, 657-658,
persons in case of war on land,

659, 660-661, 663, 664-665,
28

667, 675, 676, 682, 683, 686,
VI (1907), respecting the status of

710–711
enemy merchant ships at the out- Unratified convention, 683-684,
break of hostilities, 162

687-690, 700
III (1899) and X (1907), adapting France:
to maritime warfare the princi-

Convention of Sept. 3: arrange-
ples of the Geneva Convention,

ments for conclusion, 718
46–49, 50

719; text, 723–726
XI (1907), restricting the right of Proposals: French, 691-693, 696–
capture in naval war, 162, 224,

697; U.S., 648-650, 662-664,
225-226

677-679, 702–704

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Military service conventions, etc.—Con. Passport and visa regulations, U.S.
Great Britain:

war measures :
Convention of June 3: arrange- Executive order of May 11, 1917,
ments for conclusion, 700-

amending Consular Regulations,
701, 706–707; text, 708–714

791-792
General certificate of exemption Instructions of May 29, 1917, to
of U.S. citizens in Great Brit-

diplomatic and consular officers,
ain outside age limits, 717-

793
718

Instructions of June 5, 1917, to
Proposals: British, 650–653, 656- steamship lines engaged in for-
659, 664-665, 669, 671, 674-

eign passenger service, 793–794
676, 681-683, 698-699; U.S., Instructions of July 26, 1917, to
648-650, 653-656, 659-664,

diplomatic and consular officers,
665–668, 670–671, 676-677,

794-807
697-698

Proclamation of Aug. 8, 1918, regu-
Special provision for Canadians, lating issuance of passports and
655-656, 657–658, 659, 660-661,

granting of permits to depart
663, 664–665, 667, 675, 676, 682,

from and enter United States,
683, 686, 710–711; Irish, ques-

807-810
tion of, 659, 660, 665–666, 675, Executive order of Aug. 8, 1918, pre-
676, 697-698, 699

scribing regulations governing
Unratified convention, 683–687,

issuance of permits to enter and
690–691, 700

leave United States, 810-822
Greece, convention of Aug. 30: ar- Persian relief:

rangements for conclusion, 707– Conflict between Christians and
708, 719–720; text, 729–732

Moslems, U.S. efforts to discour-
Italy:

age, 565, 566 ; Persian attitude,
Convention of Aug. 24: Italian

570–571
viewpoint toward, 722–723; Reports on conditions and requests
text, 726–729

for aid, 563–565, 566-567, 569
Proposals, Italian, 671-673, 693,

570, 571
695, 704–706, 721-722; U.S.,

U.S. assistance: American Commit-
648–650, 662–664, 679-681, 693–

tee for Armenian and Syrian Re-
695, 701–702, 720-721

lief, mission to Persia, 568-569,
Russia, U.S. proposal, 648–650

569_570, 571-572; MacCallum
Serbia, U.S. proposal, 648–650

mission, 565–566, 567 ; relief for

Jews, 566-567, 567-568
National Alien Enemy Relief Commit- Peru, treatment of enemy property,
tee in Cooperation with the Lega-

400-401, 402-403, 405–406, 407_408,
tions of Sweden and Switzerland
and with the Approval of the Gov-

410-411; U.S. recommendations,

401–402, 403–404, 406,407, 408 410,
ernment of the United States, 197–

411
198
National Catholic War Council, 91

Poles, special treatment in United
Netherlands, facilitation of transit of

States, 205–206, 210–213, 215
correspondence and parcels for

Polish relief :
prisoners of war, 22

Clothing, projected transmittal, 529,

533
Nicaragua :
Enemy aliens, treatment, 89

Food for children, provision by
Enemy property: treatment, 89, 371;

United States, 509-513, 516–517,
U.S. recommendations, 367, 372

519_521, 523–524, 531-532, 534,

535–536, 537–538; British atti-
Palestine, relief. See Turkish terri-

tude, 515, 516, 518, 534–535, 537
tories, relief.

Lithuania, relief for, 505–506, 530–
Panama :

531, 532, 534
Enemy aliens, treatment, 232–236, Polish appeals for aid, 504–505, 512–
239-244; attitude of Germany,

513; attitude of Great Britain,
84, 92, 235; United States, 87–

510; Russia, 508; United States,
88, 93–94, 96; Swedish protests,

510–512
233-234, 240-241

Refugees in Russia, relief for, 532-
Enemy property, U.S. recommenda-

533; U.S. attitude, 536
tions, 396-399

Transmission of funds:
Treaty with United States cited, 240, Attitude of Great Britain, 500, 503–
242-243

504, 509, 517–519, 521-522;
Panama Canal Zone, exclusion of

United States, 511-512, 514
enemy aliens, 182

515, 517, 522–523, 524–529, 533

Prisoners of war—Continued
Invalid prisoners, discussions con-

cerning repatriation or intern-
ment, 76–77, 78-81; provisions
of Nov. 11 agreement, 104-109,

142–145
Medical treatment, provisions of

Nov. 11 agreement, 117–118
Naturalized citizens, treatment, 94,

100, 103
Officers :
Camps, provisions of Nov. 11

agreement, 111-112, 146–149
Payment: arrangements between

United States and Germany,
39–45, 98, 101-102; provisions

of Nov. 11 agreement, 129_131
Punishment, provisions of Nov. 11

agreement, 153–154
Recognition of rank, provisions of

Nov. 11 agreement, 131
Powers of attorney and wills, pro-

visions of Nov. 11 agreement, 122
Protecting power:
Communication with prisoners,

provisions of Nov. 11 agree-

ment, 127
Visits of inspection: in Germany

by Spain, 8-9, 13-14, 14–15,
20, 23; in United States by
Switzerland, 3-4, 10-11, 15,
23, 25; provisions of Nov. 11

agreement, 127-129
Punishment of American prisoners

in Germany, 24, 31-32; German
prisoners in United States, 24
25; provisions of Nov. 11 agree-

ment, 118-121, 153-155
Rations, provisions of Nov. 11 agree-

ment, 114-115
Relief activities for-
American and German prisoners,

provisions of Nov. 11 agree.

ment, 131-132
American prisoners in Germany,

1-2, 4-10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17,
18, 21-22, 25-26, 26-29, 30,

32–34, 60-64, 91
British prisoners held by Central

Powers, 5
German prisoners in United

States, 3-4, 6, 7, 191; else-

where, 18-19
Rumanian prisoners: proposed,

626-627; attitude of Great
Britain, 628, 644; United

States, 645
Russian prisoners. See under

Russia.
Serbian prisoners. See under

Serbia.
Sanitary personnel, proposed

Polish relief-Continued
Transmission of funds-Continued
Utilization of commercial organi-

zations, 507–508; diplomatic
channels, 498 499, 501-502,
513-514, 515-516, 523; General
Polish Relief Committee, 500–
501, 502-503, 506-507, 524;
Polish Victims' Relief Fund,

502-503, 506-507
Ukrainians, relief for, 507
Polish Victims' Relief Fund, 502-503,

506-507
Prisoners of war:
Agreement of Nov. 11 between United

States and Germany concerning
prisoners of war, sanitary per-

sonnel, and civilians, 103-157
American-Austro-Hungarian confer-

ence, proposed, 157–159
American-German conference:

Arrangements, 77–78, 81
Commissioners, 85, 86-87
Informal agreement: desirability,

60–64, 67; U.S. efforts to se-
cure, 64–68, 77–78; U.S. pro-

posed arrangement, 68-76
Instructions, 86, 87–91, 93–94, 95,

96-97, 98, 101-102
Negotiations, 91–103
Camps :
Camp Help Committees, provisions

of Nov. 11 agreement, 122-124
Establishment and regulations :

German, 26, 30, 34-35, 36–37;
U.S., 12–13, 58; provisions of
Nov. 11 agreement, 111-112,

146-153
Transfers of prisoners to other

camps, provisions of Nov. 11

agreement, 131
Capture :
Notification by Germany, 20–21;

United States, 23; provisions

of Nov. 11 agreement, 110-111
Protection following, 35, 36–37;

provisions of Nov. 11 agree-

ment, 110
Correspondence and parcels, facili-

tation of transit by Denmark, 18,
21-22; France, 4-7, 13, 14, 18,
27–28; Great Britain, 18; Neth-
erlands, 18, 22; Switzerland,
4-5, 6-7, 14, 18, 22; United
States, 1, 11, 15–16; provisions

of Nov. 11 agreement, 125–127
Deaths and accidents, provisions of

Nov. 11 agreement, 121–122
Exercise, provisions of Nov. 11 agree-

ment, 116, 147, 149, 151, 153
Intellectual occupation and divine

services, provisions of Nov. 11
agreement, 116-117

patriation: German attitude,
45–48; U.S. attitude, 45, 48–51;
provisions of Nov. 11 agree-
ment, 132-134

re-

Russia—Continued
Prisoners of war-Continued
Copenhagen Red Cross Confer-

ence-Continued
Proposal for exchange of pris-

oners, 635-636, 643; attitude
of Great Britain, 640; Rus-
sia, 639-640; United States,

637, 641
Reports on conditions and requests

for aid, 610, 624–626, 630–

632, 633, 634, 644
U.S. assistance, tentative plans

for, 8, 626-627, 629, 633, 634,
636–639; British attitude, 628–
629, 640, 641, 642–643, 643–644,
645; recommendations, 630
631, 633, 640; suspension and
termination of relief, 641,
643, 645, 646-647

re-

Salvador, treatment of enemy aliens,

89
Salvation Army, 91
Serbia :
Military service convention with

United States, U.S. proposal,

648-650
Prisoners of war (see also infra un-

der Relief operations), U.S.
transmittal of Serbian protests
at treatment, 615–616, 618; Bul-
garian reply, 622-624; state-
ment of U.S. consul general,

620-622
Relief operations :
Reports on conditions and

Prisoners of war-Continued
Submarine personnel : special treat-

ment, 88, 92; provisions of Nov.

11 agreement, 107
Transfer to United States of pris-

oners captured by American
forces, discussions, 51-60, 100-

101, 102
Treatment:
Protests:
German, 35–36; U.S. reply, 37-

38
United States, 14–15, 17, 19–21,

22–23, 31, 34–35, 38; Ger-

man replies, 19, 36–37
Provisions of Nov. 11 agreement,

109–132
Valid prisoners, discussions regard-

ing internment or repatriation,
88–89, 90–91, 92, 93, 94-95; pro-
visions of Nov. 11 agreement,

103–104, 107–109
War correspondents, provisions of

Nov. 11 agreement, 132
Work: arrangements for, 183–185 ;

provisions of Nov. 11 agreement,

112-114
Prisoners of War Relief Society, 172-

173, 188–189
Provisional Executive Committee for

General Zionist Affairs, 547-548,

548–550
Public ships : U.S. attitude toward im-

munity from local jurisdiction,
831-834, 835; Argentine attitude,

829_831, 834–835
Radio communications: U.S. arrange-

ment with France, 836–844; U.S.
protocol with Italy (Mar. 27),

844-849
Relief operations. See Belgium : Re-

lief operations; Finnish relief;
Persian relief ; Polish relief; Pris-
oners of war: Relief activities;
Russia: Prisoners of war; Serbia :
Relief operations; and Turkish

territories, relief.
Repatriation, U.S. policy, 822, 824–826
Rumanian nationals and prisoners of

war, proposed relief for, 626-627;
attitude of Great Britain, 628,

644; United States, 553, 645
Russia :
Military service convention with

United States, U.S. proposal,

648–650
Polish relief, attitude toward, 508
Prisoners of war:
Copenhagen Red Cross Confer-

ence:
Convocation, 630-632; U.S. at-

titude toward participation,
634

quests for aid, 588-593, 594
596, 598, 599–600, 602–604,
606, 609-610, 613-614, 616,

618-619, 619-620
U.S. assistance:
Agricultural Unit of American

Red Cross, 616-617
Loan:
Arrangements, 590, 591-599,

602-604, 606; British at-

titude, 601-602
Assistance to prisoners of war

and interned nationals:
attitude of France, 610
611, 612-613; Great Brit-
ain, 599, 601-602, 609,
628; United States, 8, 597,
600, 605, 606-607, 608,
611, 615–616, 619, 624,

626-627, 633
Assistance to Serbians in en-

emy - occupied territory,
592, 594–595, 613-614; at-
titude of Great Britain,
601, 605–606, 614; United

States, 607-609, 614
Ships, public. See Public ships.

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