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NON-AGGRESSION AND CONCILIATION. OCTOBER 10, 1933.

October 10, 1933.

Pan American anti-war treaty of nonaggression and conciliation. Signed at Rio de Janeiro, October 10, 1933; adhered to on behalf of the United States, subject to ratification, April 27, 1934; adherence advised by the Senate, subject to a reservation, June 15, 1934; adherence ratified by the President, subject to the said reservation, June 27, 1934; instrument of adherence of the United States deposited with the Government of the Argentine Republic, August 10, 1934; proclaimed, March 11, 1936.


By the President of the United States of America

A PROCLAMATION

Pan American anti-war treaty of non-aggression and conciliation.
Preamble.

Whereas an anti-war treaty of non-aggression and conciliation was signed at Rio de Janeiro on the tenth day of October, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-three, by the respective plenipotentiaries of Argentina, the United States of Brazil, Chile, with a reservation, the United Mexican States, Paraguay, and Uruguay, which Treaty, in the Spanish and Portuguese languages, is word for word as follows: