Page images
PDF
EPUB
[blocks in formation]

176

177

177

178

179

179

180

180

183

Aug. 27, To the Secretary of Inquiry regarding treatment
1917 Labor

of German subjects detained
at Ellis Island and elsewhere
under jurisdiction of the De-

partment of Labor.
774 Sept. 6, From the Ambassa- Germany will grant passports

1917 dor in Spain (tel.) to Clayton and Whipple.
Sept. 22, From the Assistant German subjects detained at
1917

Secretary of Labor Ellis Island and elsewhere are
[Rec'd

under civilian officers of De-
Sept. 25]

partment of Labor.
Oct. 2, To Mr. Amos H. Standing of alien enemies in
1917 Englebeck

U.S. courts during war.
Oct. 11, To the Swiss Minis- U.S. policy toward active
1917 ter

members of, or reservists in,
German military establish-
ment who are in the United

States.
Oct. 12, From the Assistant Consideration will be given
1917 Attorney General inquiry regarding status of

German prisoners of war,

etc.
16 Oct. 22, To the Swiss Minis- Removal to Hot Springs,
1917 ter

N.C., of interned Germans
held at immigration station

in California.
1408 Nov. 16, Proclamation Additional regulations pre-
1917

scribing conduct toward alien

enemies.
Nov. 23, From the Secretary Plans contemplated for em-
1917 of War

ployment of prisoners of war
(Rec'd

and interned aliens in the
Nov. 24]

United States.
Dec. 4, To the Secretary of Concurrence in proposed plans
1917 War

for employment of prisoners
of war but not in plans for

interned aliens. 1417 Dec. 11, Proclamation

Formal declaration of state of 1917

with Austria-Hungary
and regulations prescribing
conduct toward its citizens

in the United States.
Dec. 17, To the Secretary of Tentative scheme for control
1917 Labor; the same to of relief work among interned

the Attorney Gen- enemy aliens in the United
eral and Secretary States, expense to be borne
of War

by Germany.
307 Dec. 24, To the Swedish Min- Temporary relief permitted
1917 ister

Austrian and Hungarian sub-
jects in the United States,
pending organization of Gov-

ernment relief control.
1436 Feb. 1, To the Chargé in Regulations for official in-
1918 Switzerland (tel.) quiry concerning welfare and

whereabouts of persons in the

United States.
127 Feb. 13 To the Swiss Min- Contemplated transfer to Hot
ister

Springs, N.C., of German
subjects interned at Ellis
Island and Gloucester City,
N.J.

185

185

war

188

189

190

190

[blocks in formation]

191

191

192

194

195

195

195

197

131 Feb. 21 To the Swiss Min- Tentative scheme for admin

ister; the same to istering relief to enemy aliens
the Swedish Min- and prisoners of war in the
ister

United States.
Mar. 21 To the Secretary of Approval of only voluntary
Labor

labor on the part of alien

enemies in the United States. 1443 Apr. 19 Proclamation Extension of regulations pre

scribing conduct toward alien

enemies to include women. 1793 Apr. 22 To the Minister in Authorization for American Switzerland (tel.) Red Cross to receive and

transmit welfare inquiries
through International Red

Cross.
3446/21 July 3 From the Swedish | Austro-Hungarian warning
Minister

against internment of its sub-
jects without valid cause.

Cases of Kunwald and Pohl.
Aug. 9 To the Swiss Chargé Alien enemies interned in the

United States not permitted

to send money to Germany. Aug. 28 To the Swedish Min- Assurance of proper consideraister

tion in arrest and detention of

female enemy aliens.
Sept. 11 Department an- Formation of the National
nouncement

Alien Enemy Relief Com-
mittee; its purposes and

functions.
Sept. 17 | To the Swedish Min- Austrians and Hungarians are
ister

not interned without good

Cases of Kunwald

and Pohl discussed.
4437 Sept. 10 From the Minister Austro-Hungarian statement

Rec'd in Switzerland that U. S. citizens are not in-
Sept. 28)

terned in the Monarchy.

Investigation. IX Sept. 30 From

the Swiss Encloses German notes verbales,
(Rec'd Chargé

Aug. 12 and 31: (1) protest
Oct. 1]

against internment of German
women; (2) conditional grant-
ing of safe-conducts to Mrs.

Summers and party.
3047 Oct. 2 To the Minister in Assumption that attention of
Switzerland (tel.) Austria-Hungary will be

called to inaccuracy of state-
ment that U.S. citizens are

not interned in the Monarchy.
Nov. 15 To the Swiss Min- Status and treatment accorded
ister

former employees of German
merchant steamship compa-
nies, interned at Fort Ogle-

thorpe, Ga.
Dec. 11 To the Swiss Min- For Germany: U.S. policy re-
ister

199

cause.

199

200

201

202

203 II. ENEMY ALIENS-Continued

garding internment of Ger

man women.

SPECIAL TREATMENT OF ALSATIANSAND LORRAINERS, CZECHO-SLOVAKS, AND

POLES

No.

Date

From and to whom

Subject

Page

204

205

205

206

sures:

210

May 27, From the French Necessary precautions request-
1917 Ambassador

ed to prevent friendly Alsa-
tians and Lorrainers being

taken for alien enemies.
June 7, From the Attorney Treatment of Alsatian Ger-
1917 General

mans in the United States.
July 23, To Polish Central Encloses Attorney General's
1917 Relief Committee reply, June 29, to protest of
of America

Poles against classification as

Germans and Austrians.
Mar. 22, From the Attorney Suggested change in registra-
1918 General

tion card to prevent classifica-
(Rec'd

tion of French Alsatian-LorMar. 23]

rainers as enemies. Enclo

letter from French
Ambassador, Mar. 18, and

reply, Mar. 22.
Mar. 26 To the Representa- Issuance of certificates of Pol-

tive of the Polish ish nationality to Poles born
National Commit- in Germany, Austria, and
tee

Russian Poland. Enclosure:
Attorney General's letter,

Mar. 21.
Aug. 20 To the Representa- Form of certificates to be is-

tive of the Polish sued to certain Poles entitling
National Commit- holders to consideration of
tee

U.S. authorities.
Oct. 5 To the Attorney Consideration to be accorded
General

Czecho-Slovaks resident in

the United States.
Oct. 5 From the Attorney Views as to status and consid-
(Rec'd General

eration due Czecho-Slovaks
Oct. 8]

resident in the United States.
Nov. 26 To the Attorney Lack of consideration to hold-
General

ers of certificates of Polish
nationality cited. Proper
recognition by Department of
Justice desired.

212

213

214

215

PERSONS OF GERMAN BIRTH NATURALIZED IN COUNTRIES OTHER THAN THE

UNITED STATES

215

con

216

July 30, From the British Canada's desire to consider as
1917 Ambassador

alien enemies Germans nat-
(Rec'd

uralized in the United States; Aug. 2]

inquiry as to U.S. practice in

like cases.
1723 Aug. 24, To the Consul Gen- Department of Labor
1917 eral at Ottawa siders as alien enemies Ger-

mans naturalized in coun-
tries other than the United

States.
Dec. 27, From the Attorney Interpretation of sec. 4067,
1917 General

Revised Statutes, and recom-
mendations as to its adminis-
tration.

217

[blocks in formation]

220

mercantile marine interned in

Germany.

[blocks in formation]

231

231

4237 Aug. 8 From the Minister Inquiry as to attitude to be

[Rec'd in Switzerland taken toward interned officers
Aug. 9] (tel.)

and crews of U.S. merchant

men who are not U.S. citizens. 2611 Aug. 27 | To the Minister in Shipping Board to assume fiSwitzerland (tel.) nancial relief for interned offi

cers and crews of U.S. mer-
chantmen, whether of U.S. or

neutral nationality.
2669 Sept. 6 To the Minister in Shipping Board desires trans-

Switzerland (tel.): fer of certain interned officers
to Garrett

of U.S. merchant marine to
officers' camp. Status as civil
prisoners to be maintained.

232

ENEMY ALIENS IN PANAMA, CUBA, AND THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: RECOM

MENDATIONS THE UNITED STATES

OF

232

233

233

233

234

Apr. 3, From the Minister Panama agrees to cooperate in
1917 in Panama (tel.) the internment of Germans.
[Rec'd
Apr. 4]
Apr. 12, From the Minister Internment at Taboga Island
1917 in Panama (tel.) of Germans from Panama and

Colon and from German ships

at Cristobal.
Apr. 12, To the Minister in Internment of German sub-
1917 Panama (tel.) jects in Canal Zone not

favored by President Wilson.
Added protection offered

Canal Zone.
390 June 21, To the Minister in Swedish complaint against in-
1917 Panama

ternment of Oscar W. Elias-
sen; assurances given Panama
against loss if internments
are carried out according to

U.S. policy.
Apr. 16, From the Minister Pan an attitude toward U.S.
1918 in Panama (tel.) directions to transfer to New

York Germans interned at

Taboga Island.
Apr. 19 From the Minister Agreement reached that legal
in Panama (tel.) status of interns at Taboga

shall not be changed by their

transfer to the United States. 8-L June 12 From the Swiss Germany protests against de(Rec'd Chargé

portation to the United States June 17]

of German subjects residing

in Panama.
June 18 To the Secretary of Opinion regarding custody of,
War

and jurisdiction over, Pana

man interns. I-d-11 June 1 From the Swiss Encloses German note of May (Rec'd Chargé

16, protesting to the United
June 29]

States against ill-treatment of
Germans in the Dominican

Republic.
VIII-L-2 Aug. 7 From the Swiss Encloses German note of May
(Rec'd Chargé

31 protesting to the United Aug. 10]

States against ill-treatment of
Germans in Cuba.

235

235

235

236

237

« PreviousContinue »