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Catalog Number 2002.61.387
Object Name book
Accession number 2002.61
Summary introduction and notes by Andrew Boyle.

Contents: Decrees of Neutrality now revoked; Notification of the unrestricted blockade; Rupture of diplomatic relations between the governments of the United States of America and Germany; Torpedoing of the Steamer "Parana"; Rupture of Diplomatic and Commercial relations between Brazil and Germany and the Consequent Measures; Protection of Brazilian Interests in Germany; Protection of German Interests in Brazil; Protection of Brazilian Interests in the Part of Belgium Occupied by the forces of the German Empire; State of War Existing between the United States of America and the Imperial German Government; Ministry for foreign affairs; revocation of Brazil's neutrality in favour of the United States of America; Torpedoing of another Brazilian Ship; Utilization of German Merchant Ships Anchored in Brazilian harbours; telegraphic messages exchanged between the presidents of the United State of America and Brazil; Germany's Protest against Brazil's utilization of her merchant ships; circular note to the foreign governments; reply of the foreign governments to the foregoing circular note; Revocation of neutrality in the war of Germany against the powers of Europe and Japan; request for information with regard to the patrols of the naval forces operating against Germany; treatment of Brazilians in Germany; policy of American fraternity; rupture of diplomatic relations between the republic of Costa Rica and the German Empire; Rupture of Diplomatic relations between the Republic of Peru and The German Empire; Picture of diplomatic relations between the oriental republic of Uruguay and the German Empire; State of War between Brazil and Germany; Correspondence with reference to the declaration of a state of war between Brazil and the German Empire; Two more ships torpedoed; allied conference at Paris on November 30,1917; Measures of precaution with respect to German subjects who exercise consular functions in Brazil on behalf of other nations; neutrality of the Republic of Chile in the war between Brazil and Germany; rupture of diplomatic relations between the republic of Ecuador and the German Empire; The annulling of the Brazilian exequatur of all Foreign consuls of German Nationality; the practical expression of Brazil's co-operation in the war of the allied powers against Germany;reply of the Argentine government to the communication of a state of war between Brazil and Germany; admission of students from the other American Republics to the military and Naval colleges and academies of Brazil; Permanent international economic committee at Paris; Peace proposal of his holiness Pop Benedict XV

World War, 1914-1918 -- Diplomatic history.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Brazil.
Brazil -- Foreign relations -- Germany.
Germany -- Foreign relations -- Brazil
Title The Brazilian Green Book: Consisting of Diplomatic Documents Relating to Brazil's Attitude in the Regard to the European War
Author Boyle, Andrew
Published Date 1918
Publisher Macmillan
Published Place New York
Subjects Brazil
OCLC Number 1439370
Library of Congress Control Number 19000685