Farrell sends further information on Ambassador Stahmer, including sworn statements. Farrell explains his sources, including Dr. Motoo Yasui (Japanese interpreter for German Consulate General in Shanghai) and a German source. Expresses his hope to be ready with evidence for the Bureau Ehrhardt case by Monday. Included are his detailed reports of findings with timelines.
"The Years of the New State - Board of Information" article as published in the Tokyo Gazette, Vol. V, No. 5, November 1941, Pages 230 - 235. Handwritten note states "reading the last of this on adjournment, 9-6-46." Gives statistics on growth in China as a result of Japan involvement from 1932 to 1941.
"Documents Concerning the Treaty Between Japan and China - I - Announcement of the Government, November 30, 1940, pages 272 - 278." Excerpt from Tokyo Gazette, Volume IV, January, 1941. Also includes "Statement of the Foreign Office Spokesman, on the signing of the Sino-Japanese Basic Treaty, and the Japan-Manchoukuo-China Joint Declaration, Issued on November 30, 1940" excerpt from Tokyo Gazette, Volume IV, January 1941.
"The China Affairs Board, Bureau of Information, Prime Minister's Department" article as published in the Tokyo Gazette, No. 20, February 1939, Pages 5 - 6, inclusive. Also includes "Statement by the Prime Minister, Prince Fumimaro Konoe" from December 22, 1938, as published by the Tokyo Gazette, No. 20, Feb. 1939, Pages 24 - 25, inclusive.
Includes document "Measures to be Taken Towards the Peoples of East Asia (Measures for Burma)," Prepared by the Racial Question Committee of the National Policy Research Institute /Kokusaku Kenkyu Kai/, 20 September 1940.