Appendix to Achenbach v. US complaint

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List of Plaintiffs.

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Louis Morton, United States Army in World War II, The War in the Pacific, Strategy and Command: The First Two Years (1962).

2

Robert J.C. Butow, Tojo and the Coming of War (1961).

3

Herbert Feis, The Road to Pearl Harbor: The Coming of the War Between the United States and Japan (1950).

4

Henry F. Pringle, Theodore Roosevelt (1931).

5

Mark Skinner Watson, United States Army in World War II, The War Department, Chief of Staff: Prewar Plans and Preparations (1950)

6

Edward S. Miller, War Plan Orange: The U.S. Strategy to Defeat Japan, 1897-1945 (1991).

7

U.S. Department of State, Foreign Relations of the United States, 1941: Volume V, The Far East (1956).

8

Telegram from Francis B. Sayre, High Commissioner to the Philippines, to Cordell Hull, Secretary of State (October 9, 1940).

9

Enemy Property Commission: Hearings on H.R. 873, H.R. 1823, H.R. 1000, and H.R. 2823 Before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, 80th Cong. (1947).

10

Francis B. Sayre, Glad Adventure (1957).

11

U.S. Department of State, Foreign Relations of the United States, 1940: Volume IV, The Far East (1956).

12

Telegram from Francis B. Sayre, High Commissioner to the Philippines, to Cordell Hull, Secretary of State (January 7, 1941).

13

Confidential Memorandum from George P. Brandt (March 17, 1941).

14

1941 Supplement to the Code of Federal Regulations, 22 C.F.R. §§ 31-33.2 (1941).

15

Defense Entry and Departure Act, 77 Cong. Ch. 210 (June 21, 1941).

16

Act of May 22, 1918, 65 Cong. Ch. 81.

17

Public Law 414 (June 27, 1952).

18

Letter from Lucia B. Kidder (May 29, 1992).

19

Telegram from Cordell Hull, Secretary of State, to Francis B. Sayre, High Commissioner to the Philippines (October 15, 1940).

20

Sworn Statement from Norma Saunders Baker (March 28, 1997).

21

Memorandum from Alger Hiss, Assistant to the State Department’s Political Adviser in Charge of Far Eastern Affairs, to Mr. Walden, Standard Vacuum Company (April 21, 1941).

22

William L. Langer and S. Everett Gleason, The Undeclared War, 1940-1941 (1953).

23

Forrest Davis and Ernest K. Lindley, How War Came: An American White Paper: From the Fall of France to Pearl Harbor (1942).

24

Franklin D. Roosevelt, F.D.R.: His Personal Letters, 1928-1945 (1950).

25

U.S. Department of State, Foreign Relations of the United States, Japan: 1931-1941, Volume II (1943).

26

Termination of the Office of Censorship, Executive Order 9631 (September 28, 1945).

27

Report of Army Pearl Harbor Board (June 13, 1944).

28

Pearl Harbor Attack: Hearings Before the Joint Committee on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack, 79th Cong. (1946).

29

Cordell Hull, The Memoirs of Cordell Hull, Volume II (1948).

30

1941 Code of Federal Regulations, 22 C.F.R. §§ 58.1-58.3 (1941).

31

Control of Persons Entering and Leaving the United States, Dept. of State Bull., Vol. 5, No. 125 (November 15, 1941).

32

Frances B. Cogan, Captured: The Japanese Internment of American Civilians in the Philippines, 1941-1945 (2000).

33

Clio Mathews Wetmore, Beyond Pearl Harbor: Civilians Imprisoned at Santo Tomás, Manila 1942-1945 (1998).

34

Bruce Johansen, So Far from Home: Manila’s Santo Tomás Internment Camp, 1942-1945 (1994).

35

Frederic H. Stevens, Santo Tomas Internment Camp (1946).

36

Grace C. Nash, That We Might Live (1984).

37

Caroline Bailey Pratt ed., Only a Matter of Days: The World War II Prison Camp Diary of Fay Cook Bailey (2001).

38

Georgia L. Barnes-Payne, Caught in the Crossfire (1998).

39

1939 Supplement to the Code of Federal Regulations, 22 C.F.R. § 32.8 (1939).

40

Letter from Cordell Hull, Secretary of State, to Francis B. Sayre, High Commissioner to the Philippines (June 27, 1941).

41

Classified National Security Information, Executive Order 12958 (April 17, 1995).

42

Pictorial: Santo Tomas Liberation

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           Lee Rogers and John C. Todd—Santo Tomas Internees

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            Mrs. Theodore Smith and Internees

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