Mexico ; exporpriation of forgeign-owned oil propeties, 1938: Memoranda, letters and diplomatic notes dealing with the expropriation of agricultural land and oil properties of foreigners in Mexico. (Supplementing "Mexico, labor controversy, 1936-1938").
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Department of State enclosing a list of oil companies expropri
Honorable Cordell Hull Secretary of State setting forth various
Secretary of State commenting upon suggestions presented
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