JMAS-39 French DebtDocuments from 22 February 1939 to 04 April 1939
Content and Structure
Letters from US Ambassador to France, W.C. Bullitt, to Roosevelt and Cordell Hull, Secretary of State regarding French debt to US, includes: details of French Governments suggestion for settlement of debt with gold and "French possessions" in order to be relieved from restrictions of the Johnson Act,- details Jean Monnet's mission to US to negotiate debt arrangements, Bullitt asked FDR to see Monnet, but advises him not to have Morgenthau, Secretary of the Treasury in on initial meeting.
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The originals are held in various Archives and Presidential Libraries in the USA