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Oct. 10 To the British Em- | Joint Allied assistance to Pol-
ish refugees in Russia advis-
in paper-lined wooden cases. 1207 | Oct. 31 From the British Great Britain regards with dis[Rec'd Chargé
favor proposed Red Cross Nov. 1]
monthly shipments of milk to
tion, it is assumed that Brit-
RELIEF IN TURKISH TERRITORIES
Jan. 8, From the Ambassa- Turkish request that three-
plies be landed at Beirut for
Palestine poor; one-fourth at
at Alexandria until further
and taking on of passengers
for Europe. Other plans for
Beirut upon receipt of Ger-
and Germany for safe-conduct
of the Caesar and Des Moines. Feb. 27,'To the Ambassador The Caesar and Des Moines 1917 in Turkey (tel.) cannot be sent to Beirut
without satisfactory guaran
ties of safety.
shipping facilities for sending
relief to Christian prisoners
in Syria and Palestine.
shipping facilities for relief of Christians in Syria and Palestine and request that ships convey Americans from Syria back to Spanish port.
Mar. 23, From the Ambassa- Turkey's concession and Ger- 542
lief ships for Syria and Pales-
tine. Apr. 3, 1 To the Ambassador Acceptance of Spanish offer to 544 1917 in Turkey (tel.) furnish ship to transport U.S.
relief supplies to Syria and
Palestine. May 2, From the Spanish Spain inquires as to quantity 544 1917 Ambassador
of U.S. supplies to be sent to
Asia Minor, in order to fur-
nish adequate shipping.
tity of relief supplies to be
shipped to Asia Minor. May 5, From the Spanish Spain cannot transport sup- 546 1917 Ambassador
plies from America but will [Rec'd
make every effort to forward May 11]
to Asia Minor supplies sent
menian and Syrian tions.
(tel.): Red Cross to send to Saloniki.
Ryan Sept. 5, To the Consulat Instructions to request British 548 1917 Alexandria (tel.) to provide quick transporta
tion to Saloniki for the Cae
1917 Alexandria (tel.) cargo.
menian and Syrian races in Turkey.
To the American Authorization to remit funds 549 1917 Committee for Ar- nullified by Enemy Trading
menian and Syrian Act. Plan to secure licenses
To the American Application for license to per- 549 1917 Committee for Ar- mit transfer of credits, etc., in
menian and Syrian relief work should be made to
other relief agencies
From the British Attention called to fact that 550 1917 Ambassador
relief funds sent to Turkey [Rec'd
will tend to prolong the war. Dec. 7] Dec. 18,
To the British Am- Justification of U.S. policy in 551 1917 bassador
permitting relief funds to be
Dec. 26, From the British Organized British relief work
for the Jews in the Holy Land.
Requests U.S. cooperation.
Britain in relief measures for
ing relief for certain coun
tries in the Near East. 1384 Jan. 26 From the Minister in From Constantinople, Jan. 12: Sweden (tel.) dispatch of gold through
Sweden to Turkey suggested
in relief work. 507 Jan. 31 To the Minister in To Constantinople: details reSweden (tel.) quested regarding suggested
gold shipment to Turkey. 1635 Mar. 6 From the Minister in From Constantinople, Feb. 27: [Rec'd Sweden (tel.)
details of proposed transmisMar. 7]
sion of gold for relief work. 1661 Mar. 9 From the Minister From Constantinople, Mar. 5: [Rec'd
in Sweden (tel.) Ottoman Minister of Finance Mar. 10)
gold changed to Turkish money
for relief purposes. 304 Mar. 21 From the British Provisional approval of plan Ambassador
for U.S. Zionists to disSpecial Mission patch medical unit to Pales
[Rec'd and Consul Gen- tine will hereafter adminis-
Consul General at transmit relief funds through
the Agency for distribution
by the Zionist Commission. 708 Apr. 15 To the Minister in Plan of forwarding gold from Sweden (tel.)
Sweden to Constantinople
bassador on Special fy the enemy of U.S. recogni-
tion of Zionist Medical Unit.
bassador on Special cially recognizing American
Zionist Medical Unit loaned
bassador on Special Unit.
Commerce, Colum- mittee for Armenian and
tances approved for relief and
stitutions in Turkey
[Rec'd Consul General at tine.
Dec. 10, From the Minister Famine conditions in Persia.
Red Cross assistance desired.
Dec. 14) 23 Jan. 10, To the Minister in Inquiry as to best method by 1918 Persia (tel.)
which Red Cross can relieve
famine in Persia.
in Persia (tel.) and information regarding
food supplies available for
man of the Ameri- mended.
can Red Cross
Cossacks and Persian atti-
U.S. relief measures.
Persia. Impracticable nature
can Relief Committee to Per-
religion or nationality.
of Jews in Persia.
tive to MacCallum's relief exMay 17]
pedition to Persia.
funds deposited by Joint Dis-
ish relief in Persia.
relief work in Persia.
Aug. 24] rily at Casvin (tel.) Hamadan. U.S. aid needed. 381 May 6 From the Minister Encloses Foreign Minister's (Rec'd in Persia
reply, May 5, to Committee's
appeal for peace.
in Persia (tel.) additional funds.
Commission to Persia.
Dec. 4, From the Finnish Request for release in U.S.
nish Government, to prevent
starvation in Finland. 1915 Dec. 19, To the Ambassador Flour, purchased by Finland, 1917 in Russia (tel.) requisitioned for France.
Corn available for Finland at
British Embassy grain shipments and request
for full consultation.
Adviser of the Brit- for grain shipments.
Sweden and British Minister
[Rec'd in Sweden (tel.) of food to Finland. Recom-
Board Representa- limited shipments of food
tive on the W.T.B. stuffs to Finland.
Sweden (tel.): Igna- ment of oats to Finland.
nomic, of furnishing supplies
to Finland. 1707 Mar. 16 From the Minister Views of Allied Ministers on in Sweden (tel.) question of furnishing cereals
to Finland, in view of Finnish
treaty with Germany. 653 Mar. 30 To the Minister in Initial U.S. shipment of 2,000 Sweden (tel.)
tons foodstuffs for Finland
[Rec'd in Sweden (tel.) to Finland be refused.
informed that conditions in
ment of foodstuffs.
Finland for distribution after
Great Britain (tel.) foodstuffs to Finland. 936 July 12 To the Minister in Instructions to inform Finnish Sweden (tel.)
representatives that Finnish Food Commissioner will return home.