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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

97

Brazil, seizure and liquidation of | Enemy aliens-Continued
enemy property_Continued

China: attitude of Germany, 84, 96;
Suggestions of Great Britain, 343–

United States, 86, 97
345; United States, 341-343, Costa Rica, 89-90
345–346, 348-349

Cuba: attitude of Germany, 84, 92,
Bulgaria : relief operations, U.S. atti-

237–238; United States, 87–88,
tude, 553–554; reply to protested

93–94, 96
treatment of Serbian prisoners of Dominican epublic: attitude of
war, 622–624

Germany, 84, 236-237; United

States, 87–88, 93–94, 238–239
Canada :
Military service convention with

Germany:
United States (June 3). See

Agreement with United States
under Military service conven-

(Nov. 11): negotiations, 92,

93, 95–96, 97–98, 99-100, 160_
tions.
Treatment in United States of Ger-

165; text, 134-138
mans naturalized in Canada,

Internment, 200-201
215–219

Officers and men of enemy mer-
Censorship: British application, 645,

chant marine, 38, 93, 97, 99,
646; U.S. attitude, 646, 647

134-138, 228, 231-232
Chile, status of public ships in Ameri-

Restrictions on departure, 172,
can ports, 834n

173–174, 177
China:

Great Britain, 229-231
Enemy aliens, treatment, 84, 86, 96, Guatemala, 89–90

Haiti, 89-90
Trading with the enemy: Chinese Honduras, 89–90, 395 396

regulations, 441; U.S. regula- Nicaragua, 89-90
tions and policy, 433–445

Panama, 232–236, 239-244; attitude
Colombia, U.S. purchase of German

of Germany, 84, 92, 235; United
ships, 422-423

States, 87-88, 93–94, 96; Swedish
Committee for Relief in Belgium. See

protests, 233-234, 240-241
under Belgium: Relief operations. Salvador, 89-90
Contraband of war, 162–163

United States:
Copenhagen Red Cross Conference:

Agreement with Germany (Nov.
Convocation, 630-632; U.S. attitude

11): negotiations, 92, 93, 95–
toward participation, 634

96, 97–98, 99–100, 160–165;
Proposal for exchange of prisoners,

text, 134-138
635-636, 643; attitude of Great
Britain, 640; Russia, 639-640;

Internment, status and treatment,
United States, 637, 641

11, 18, 21–22, 27–28, 170, 171,
Costa Rica, enemy aliens, treatment,

174-177, 177-180, 183–185,
89

190–191, 191–192, 195–197; in-
Cuba :

quiries and protests, 190, 194-
Enemy aliens, treatment, 237–238

195, 199, 200-201, 203–204
Enemy property: treatment, 358– Relief measures, 172-173, 188–189,
359; U.S. recommendations, 357–

191, 197–198, 226–227
358, 358
359

Restrictions on entrance into and
Czecho-Slovaks, special treatment in

departure from the United
United States, 213–215

States, 168, 169–171, 174–175,

187, 793, 797, 804, 807–813,
Denmark : facilitation of transit of cor-

820
respondence and parcels for pris-

Special treatment of—
oners of war, 21-22; treatment in

Alsatians and Lorrainers, 204
United States of Germans nat-

205, 206-210
uralized in Denmark, 220–222

Czecho-Slovaks, 213–215
Dominican Republic: enemy aliens,

German natives naturalized in
treatment, 236-237, 238–239; enemy

foreign countries, 215-222
property, U.S. recommendations
regarding treatment, 359-362

Officers and men of enemy mer-

chant marine, 93, 97, 99,
Ecuador, U.S. recommendations re-

134-138, 178, 202, 222–228
garding treatment of enemy prop-

Poles, 205–206, 210-213, 215
erty, 363–364

Status in U.S. courts, 178–179
Enemy aliens (see also "Ally-of-ene- U.S. regulations, 165-168, 180–
my” aliens), treatment by-

183, 185–187, 192-194, 804,
Austria-Hungary, 199, 201-202

807-813, 820

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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