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Spain :
American prisoners of war in Ger-

many, visits of inspection, 8-9,

13-14, 14–15, 20, 23
Relief in Turkish territories, offer of

assistance, 541-542; attitude of
United States, 542, 544; procure-

ment of supplies, 544–547
Special Committee for Relief of Jews

in Palestine, 551–552, 556–557, 562
Submarine warfare, attacks on U.S.

nationals and ships, 162–163, 165
Sweden, protests of treatment of al-

leged national in Panama, 233-234,

240-241
Switzerland : prisoners of war, facili-

tation of transit of correspond-
ence and parcels, 22; visits of in-
spection by diplomatic representa-
tives to German prison camps in
United States, 3-4, 10–11, 15, 23,

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erty,

539;

Trading with the enemy :
Austrian ships, U.S. purchase, 445–

450, 453, 454 455; arrangements
for remittances, 450, 456-457,
458; taking over of the Martha
Washington, 246, 247, 447, 448,

449, 451–456, 457
Chinese regulations, 441
German ships, U.S. purchase in Co-

lombia, 422-423
Policy prior to Oct. 6, 1917, regard-

ing allies of the enemy, 413, 415–
416, 419

420, 423-424, 425;
American-German trade in
China, 433–438; enemy subjects
in neutral or Allied states, 413–
414, 416,417, 433–438; enemy se-
curities in United States, 417–
418, 420_421, 421-422; persons
in enemy or enemy-occupied ter-
ritory, 412-413, 414415, 418 419,

421, 423-425
Trading with the Enemy Act (Oct.

6, 1917), 426, 427-428, 439; ap-
plication to allies of the enemy,
426-427, 427-428; American-
German trade in China, 438–
445; enemy subjects in neutral
or Allied states, 427, 428 429,
430 431, 438 445; persons in
enemy or enemy-occupied terri-
tory, 423-425, 428, 431-432, 432–

433, 525–526
Treaties. See Military service conven-

tions and Radio communications.
Treaties cited between United States

and-
Austria-Hungary (1829), 451;

(1848), 309
Bavaria (1845), 309

Treaties cited between United States

and-Continued
Italy (1871), 662n, 728
Panama (1903), 240, 242-243
Prussia (1785), 4, 162, 163, 164-

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

296, 308, 309, 318
Turkey: “ally-of-enemy" aliens, Amer-

ican-Turkish arrangements, 246-
247, 247,249, 250, 251-255, 539,
540, 542; "ally-of-enemy” prop-

272
Turkish territories, relief:
Spanish offer of assistance, 541-

542; attitude of United States,
542, 544; procurement of sup-

plies, 544-547
Supplies on board U.S.S. Cæsar,

projected distribution,
guarantees against submarine
attack, question of, 539-541,
542–544; transportation by Brit-

ish authorities, 548
Transmission of funds:
Attitude of Great Britain, 550–

551; United States, 525, 526–

529, 551, 553, 554, 560-561
Utilization of American Commit-

tee for Armenian and Syrian
Relief, 547–548, 548-550, 559-
560; American Red Cross
Commission to Palestine, 562-
563; German diplomatic chan-
nels, U.S. disapproval, 554
556, 557; Joint Distribution
Committee, 547-548, 548–550 ;
Provisional Executive Com-
mittee for General Zionist
Affairs, 547–548, 548-550;
Special Committee for Relief
of Jews in Palestine, 551-

552, 556–557, 562
Zionist medical unit, dispatch from

United States, 556, 557–559, 563

Ukrainians, relief for, 507

Warfare, charges of illegal and in-

humane methods, protests by-
Belgium, 789–790
France, 786
Germany, 785, 788–789; U.S. atti-

tude, 785–786
International Committee of Red

Cross, 779–781; attitude of
France, 782–783; Germany, 787–
788; Great Britain, 783–784;

United States, 781–782, 784
United States, 781, 786, 790–791 ;

German attitude, 791
William P. Frye, case of, 162

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Wilson, Woodrow :
Executive orders:
May 11, 1917, amending Consular

Regulations, 791-792
Oct. 12, 1917, establishing Alien

Property Custodian, etc., un-
der authority of Espionage
and Trading with the Enemy

Acts, 263-264
Dec. 7, 1917, supplementing Oct.

12, 1917 order, 270–271
Apr. 2, 1918, concerning certain

sales to be conducted by Alien

Property Custodian, 293–294
Apr. 11, 1918, revoking authority

of designated officers regard-

ing patents, etc., 330-331
May 11, 1918, taking over the

Martha Washington, 455–456
Aug. 8, 1918, prescribing regula-

tions governing issuance of
permits to enter and leave

United States, 810–822
General certificate of exemption of

U.S. citizens in Great Britain
outside age limits from provi-
sions of military service conven-

tion, 717-718
Message to King of the Belgians re-

garding Belgian relief, 463 464
Notes to Secretary of State:
May 8, 1917, regarding enemy

aliens, 170-171
Mar. 16, 1918, regarding Polish

and Turkish relief, 528
Nov. 6, 1918, regarding expansion

of Belgian relief, 496 497
Proclamations:
Apr. 6, 1917, declaring existence of

state of war with German Em-
pire and setting forth regula-
tions prescribing conduct to-

ward alien enemies, 165-168
Apr. 6, 1917, prescribing regula-

tions under which German in-
surance companies may main-
tain agencies in United States

during war, 256–257
May 24, 1917, authorizing owners

of letters patent granted by
German Empire to make pay-
ments in order to preserve

rights, 320-321
July 13, 1917, prohibiting transac-

tion in United States of ma-
rine and war risk insurance

Wilson, Woodrow-Continued
Proclamations—Continued

business by German com-

panies, 260-262
Nov. 16, 1917, setting forth addi-

tional regulations prescribing
conduct toward alien enemies,

180-183
Dec. 11, 1917, declaring existence

of state of war with Austro-
Hungarian Empire and setting
forth regulations prescribing
conduct toward Austro-Hun-
garian citizens in United

States, 185-187
Feb. 5, 1918, including interned

Germans and Austro-Hunga-
rians within term "enemy" in
Trading with the Enemy Act,

284-285
Apr. 19, 1918, extending regula-

tions prescribing conduct to-
ward alien enemies to include

women, 192–194
May 31, 1918, including certain in-

dividuals as “enemies” for
purposes of Trading with the

Enemy Act, 299-302
June 28, 1918, taking over prop-

erty of North German Lloyd
and Hamburg-American com-

panies, 302-303
July 30, 1918, reciprocal military

service convention with Great

Britain, 708_712
July 30, 1918, reciprocal military

service convention with Great
Britain on behalf of Canada,

714–717
Aug. 8, 1918, regulating issuance

of passports and granting of
permits to depart from and

enter United States, 807-810
Nov. 11, 1918, reciprocal military

service convention with

France, 723–726
Nov. 18, 1918, reciprocal military

service convention with Italy,

726–729
Nov. 18, 1918, reciprocal military

service convention with Greece,
729–732

Yarrowdale, case of, 160
Young Men's Christian Association, 1.

61, 63, 91

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