Diplomatic correspondence with belligerent governments relating to neutral rights and duties.

United States. Department of State author
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1918
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European war ; no. 4
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European war ; no. 4
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[Buffalo, New York] : William S. Hein and Company, [2013]

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World War, 1914-1918 -- Diplomatic history -- Sources.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Economic aspects -- United States.
Neutrality -- United States.
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I. Maritime danger zones and mine areas
II. Interferences by belligerents with mails
III. British admiralty instructions for the guidance of masters of defensively armed merchant vessels
IV. Withdrawal of British order in council adopting and putting in force the "Declaration of London."
V. Passage of British troops over American territory
VI. British restraints on commerce
VII. The Economic conference of the allied governments
VIII. The sale of munitions of war to belligerents
IX. Statement by Italy regarding her declarations of war against Turkey and Germany
X. Display by naval vessels of distinguishing marks on the high seas
XI. Status of belligerent submarines in neutral waters
announcement of the attitude of the United States
XII. The torpedoing of the British steamship "Persia."
XIII. Torpedoing of the Italian steamship "Ancona" by an Austrian submarine
XIV. Attack on the American steamship "Petrolite" by an Austrian submarine
XV. Various American vessels or foreign vessels with Americans aboard interfered with by submarines or mines
XVI. Peace overtures of the central powers and reply of entente powers
XVII. Suggestions concerning the war by President Wilson, December 18, 1916, and replies of belligerents and neutrals
XVIII. Proposals of the de facto government of Mexico for terminating the European war
XIX. Deportation of civilians from Belgium
XX. Withdrawal of the American minister from Belgium
XXI. President Wilson's address of January 22, 1917
XXII. American prisoners of war taken to Germany on German prize ship "Yarrowdale."
XXIII. Severance of diplomatic relations between the United States and Germany
XXIV. Declaration of war against the imperial German government
XXV. Severance of diplomatic relations between the United States and Austria-Hungary
XXVI. Severance of diplomatic relations between the United States and Turkey
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