Investigation of the National Defense Program: Hearings Before a Special Committee Investigating the National Defense Program, United States Senate, Seventy-Seventh Congress, First Session--Eightieth Congress, First Session
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1941 - 215 pages
Part 36, Continuation of hearings on military surplus property disposal abroad. Hearing of Dec. 27 was held in Jeffersonville, Ind.; hearing of Dec. 28 was held in Granite City, Ill.; hearing of Dec. 29 was held in Port Hueneme, Calif.; hearings of Dec. 30 were held in Lathrop, Calif. and Oakland, Calif.; hearings of Dec. 31, Jan. 1, and Jan. 2 were held in Honolulu, Hawaii; hearing of Jan. 6 was held in Kwajalein, Marshall Islands; hearing of Jan. 7 was held in Guam, Marianas Islands; hearing of Jan. 8 was held in Saipan, Marianas Islands; hearing of Jan. 9 was held in Tokyo, Japan; hearing of Jan. 10 was held in Okinawa; hearing of Jan. 12 was held in Shanghai, China; hearing of Jan. 13 was held in Manila, Philippine Islands; hearing of Jan. 14 was held in Batangas, Philippine Islands; hearing of Jan. 16 was held in Calcutta, India; hearing of Jan. 17 was held in New Delhi, India; hearing of Jan. 19 was held in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia; hearing of Jan. 21 was held in Cairo, Egypt; hearing of Jan. 23 was held in Rome, Italy; hearing of Jan. 24 was held in Leghorn, Italy; hearings of Jan. 25 and 26 were held in Frankfurt, Germany; hearing of Jan. 28 was held in London, England; hearing of Jan. 30 was held in Paris, France.
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