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                          CONTENTS

                                                         Page
PREFACE
..........................................................
III

EDITOR'S FOREWORD
................................................    IV

LIST OF PRINCIPAL PERSONS
.........................................   VII

ANALYTICAL LIST OF DOCUMENTS
......................................    IX

   I. Tentative Efforts to Improve German-Soviet Relations,
April
      17- August 14, 1939
.........................................     1
  II. Agreement Achieved, August 14-August 23, 1939
...............    50
 III. The Pact Executed and Amended, August 23-September 28,
1939 .    79
  IV. German-Soviet Cooperation, October 2, 1939-May 29, 1940
.....   110
   V. Friction in the Baltic and the Balkans, June 4-
September 21,
      1940
........................................................
144
  VI. The U. S. S. R. and the Three Power Pact, September 25-
      November 26, 1940
...........................................   195
 VII. Soviet Resistance to the German Advance in the Balkans,
      December 18, 1940-March 13, 1941
............................   260
VIII. The Soviet Treaties With Yugoslavia and Japan, March 25-
April
      13, 1941
....................................................   280
  IX. The Failure of Efforts to Preserve Peace, April 15-June
22,
      1941
........................................................
325

NOTE ON FILES
.....................................................   359

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