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|
|Published Place||New York|
|Library of Congress Control Number||19000685|