Schwartz, David. Papers, 1916-1956: Finding Aid.
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Repository: Harvard Law School Library, Harvard Library, Harvard University
Creator: Schwartz, David, 1916-1989
Title: David Schwartz papers
Quantity: 1 collection (17 boxes and 12 Paige boxes)
Language of materials: English
Abstract: This collection includes materials relating to alien property control in the U.S.,
and in Belgium, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Luxemburg, and Netherlands, before,
during and after World War II, with some material on controls during and after World
Gift of David Schwartz from 1968 to 1982.
Prepared by Erika Chadbourn, 1968, 1981, 1982.
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- July 7, 1916
- A.B., New York University
- LL.B. m.c.l., Harvard Law School
- Attorney in Law firm of Stroock and Stroock and Lavan, New York City
- Legal Section of Office of Foreign Reliefand Rehabilitation Operations
- Director's Staff ofUNRRA
- Office of Alien Property in the U.S. Department ofJustice, Washington, D.C.
Arranged in seven series:
- Series I. Control of Enemy Alien Property (E.A.P.) in theU.S. during and after WW II; Paige boxes 1through 7
- Series II. Control of E.A.P. in other countries during andafter WW II; MSS boxes 1 through 8
- Series III. Misc. materials relating to E.A.P. Controls duringWW II; MSS boxes 9 through 11 and Paige boxes8 through 11
- Series IV. Addenda 1, U.S. Court of Claims; MSS boxes 11 through 15
- Series V. Addenda 2, Enemy Alien Property; MSS box 16
- Series VI. Addenda 3, U.S. Court of Claims, The RenegotiationBoard, Renegotiation Opinions of
Trial Judge David Schwartz;Paige box 12
- Series VII. Addenda 4; MSS box 17
The approximately 4,500 items in the collection of Enemy Alien Control material of
David Schwartz (1916-1989) span the years 1943-1956, with a small number of items
dating back to WWI and a few up to 1982.
The papers include correspondence, memoranda, reports, legal documents, drafts of
bills, research notes, official government orders, decrees, hearings, and other publications,
translations of articles, indexes, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, and monographs.
The material falls into three groups. The first group consists of documents (briefs,
administrative opinions, and judicial opinions) relating to the control of enemy alien
property in the U.S. during and after WWII. The second group consists of source material
and documents on control of enemy alien property in other countries (Belgium, Denmark,
Norway, Great Britain, Luxemburg, France, Netherlands). The third group consists of
miscellaneous material relating to enemy alien property controls during WWII, with
some background material on the disposal of alien property during and after WWI.
There is very little correspondence in these papers. The collection consists mainly
of Mr. Schwartz's personal notes and of research material that he collected while
serving as a member of the Legal Section of the Office of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation
member of the Office of Alien Property of the U.S. Department of Justice. While he
was with the Office of Alien Property as Special Assistant to the Attorney General,
Mr. Schwartz held a Rockefeller Public Service Award which enabled him to spend time
in Europe, in 1956, to make a comparative study of the laws and administrative handling
of enemy property by the Northwest European countries allied in WWII.
The group of judicial and administrative opinions consists of mimeographed opinions
that are filed numerically and fairly chronologically, dating from 1947-1956. This
material includes memoranda mentioning similar cases and litigation of current interest
(at that time) under consideration by other Federal Courts. Subdivision III (misc.
materials) contains monographs dealing with the organization and operation of the
Office of Alien Property Custodian.
Attached to this Inventory as an Appendix is a copy of a letter by David Schwartz
to the Controller General of the British Administration of Enemy Property Department,
dated March 28, 1956, explaining his objectives in making his study of Enemy Alien
Controls in the Northwest European countries, and a questionnaire which he sent to
these different countries before visiting them.
1. Prices of Quinine. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly of
the Committee of the Judiciary, U.S. Senate, 90th Congress, 1st Sess. S. Res. 26,
Part 2, March 22 and 23, 1967
2. Possible Anticompetitive Effects of Sale of Network TV Advertising. Hearings before
the Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly of the Committee on the Judiciary, U.S.
Senate, 89th Congress, 2nd Sess., S. Res. 191, Pt. 2, Dec. 12, 13, and 14, 1966
3. Antitrust Consent Decrees and the Television Broadcasting Industry. Hearings before
the Antitrust Subcommittee of the Judiciary of the Committee on the Judiciary, House
of Representatives, 87th Congress, 1st Sess., June 14 and 15, 1961
4. The American Journal of International Law, Apr. 1932
5. The American Journal of International Law, July 1945
6. Comparative Juridical Review, v.2, 1965
7. New York University Law Review, v. 36, no. 2, Feb. 1961
8. The Agricultural Development of Clombia: Report of a Mission organized by the
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
9. Hearings before the President's Commission on Immigration and Naturalization,
Sept. - Oct. 1952. Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives
10. U.S. Dept. of State. Termination of the Occupation Regime in the Federal Republic
of Germany. Paris, Oct. 23, 1954
11. Wiener, Frederick Bernays. A Practical Manual of Martial Law. Military Service
Publishing Co., 1940
12. U.S. Senate Doc. No. 101. Rules of Civil Procedure for the District Courts of
the U.S. 1939
13. "Whom Shall We Welcome". Report of the President's Cimmission on Immigration
14. Wright, William B. The Federal Torts Claims Act, analyzed and annotated. Central
Book Co., 1957.
- Series: Control of Enemy Alien Property in the U.S. during and after WW II
- Paige Boxes
- Box 1 a. Alien Property Briefs
- Loose-leaf Folder 1:. Alien Property Briefs Index A
- Loose-leaf Folder 4:. D, E, F, G
- Box 2 a. Alien Property Briefs (cont'd.)
- Loose-leaf Folder 1:. H, I, J
- Loose-leaf Folder 5:. N, O
- Box 3 a. Alien Property Briefs (cont'd.)
- Loose-leaf Folder 1:. P, Q
- Loose-leaf Folder 4:. Singer Briefs
- Loose-leaf Folder 5:. T, U
- Loose-leaf Folder 6:. V - Z
- Box 4 b. Alien Property Administrative Opinions
- Loose-leaf Folder 1:. Book I, Opinions 1 - 28
- Loose-leaf Folder 2:. Book II, Opinions 29 - 59
- Loose-leaf Folder 3:. Book III, Opinions 60 - 100
- Loose-leaf Folder 4:. Book IV, Opinions 101 - 131
- Loose-leaf Folder 5:. Book V, Opinions 132 - 185
- Loose-leaf Folder 6:. Book VI, Opinions 186 - 246
- Box 5 b. Alien Property Administrative Opinions (cont'd.)
- Loose-leaf Folder 1:. Book VII, Opinions 247 - 310
- Loose-leaf Folder 2:. Book VIII, Opinions 311 - 386
- Loose-leaf Folder 3:. Book IX, Opinions 387 - 442
- Loose-leaf Folder 4:. Book X, Opinions 443 - 486
- Loose-leaf Folder 5:. Book XI, Opinions 487 - 520
- Loose-leaf Folder 6:. Book XII, Opinions 521 - 560
- Box 6 c. Alien Property Judicial Opinions
- Loose-leaf Folder 1:. Book I, # 1 - 42
- Loose-leaf Folder 2:. Book II, # 43 - 80
- Loose-leaf Folder 3:. Book III, # 81 - 140
- Loose-leaf Folder 4:. Book IV, # 141 - 170
- Loose-leaf Folder 5:. Book V, # 171 - 219
- Box 7 c. Alien Property Judicial Opinions (cont'd.)
- Loose-leaf Folder 1:. Book IV, # 220 - 260
- Loose-leaf Folder 2:. Book VII, # 261 - 349
- Loose-leaf Folder 3:. Book VIII, # 350 - 385
- Loose-leaf Folder 4:. Book IX, # 386 - 418
- Loose-leaf Folder 5:. Book X, # 419 - 437
- Series: Control of Enemy Alien Property in other countries during and after WW II
- MSS Boxes
- 1-1 to 2-13. a. Belgium18 folders (approx. 560 items)
- 1-1. "Preliminary Study of Certain Financial Laws and Institutions". 1944
- 1-2. Agence Interallièe des Reparations (I.A.R.A.) 1946
- 1-3. Annales Parlementaires, Senat. 1837
- 1-4. Decrees (Fleeing Government) 1943
- 1-5. Cases, Law Review articles, etc. (mostly photostat copies)
- 1-7. Cases: 1945 - 1948
Date: 1945 - 1948
- 1-8. Cases: 1949, 1950
Date: 1949, 1950
- 1-9. Cases: Jan; 1951 - June 1951
Date: Jan; 1951 - June 1951
- 1-10. Cases: July 1951 - June 1952
Date: July 1951 - June 1952
- 1-11. Cases: July 1952 - July 1953
Date: July 1952 - July 1953
- 1-12. Cases: Sept. 1953 - March 1954
Date: Sept. 1953 - March 1954
- 1-13. Cases: April 1954 - Feb. 1955
Date: April 1954 - Feb. 1955
- 1-14. Cases: March 1955 - Oct. 1955
Date: March 1955 - Oct. 1955
- 1-15. Cases: Unsorted as to year
- 2-1. Notes: A and B (I) [classified by subject, subjects separated by dividers and labeled
- 2-4. Notes: C and D (II) [same note as in F. 1]
- 3-1 to 3-7. b. Denmark7 folders (approx. 140 items)
Arranged by subjects such as Legislation, decrees, cases, refugees, remedies, creditors,
patents, exemptions, etc. [subjects are separated by dividers and labeled with tabs]
- 3-8 to 3-17. c. Norway10 folders (approx. 200 items)
Arranged by subjects such as decrees, cases, property controls, administration and
sales, remedies, credits, courts and occupation
- 4-1 to 5-7. d. Great Britain21 folders (approx. 420 items)
- 4-1. Memos, forms, sources, etc.
- 4-6. Parliamentary debates, proposed bills, drafts, etc. concerning Trading with the Enemy
Act, Distribution of German Enemy Property Act, notes on clauses, agreements, treasury
- 4-11. Same (Clauses, revised)
- 4-12. Same (German Enemy Property: Synopsis)
- 5-3. Notes [general notes and some sub-divisions such as travel, names and addresses, English
solicitors, remedies, creditors, disposal of German property, prevention of return
to Germany, exoneration, claims, disposal of Satellites]
- 5-8 to 5-12. e. Luxemburg5 folders (approx. 100 items)
General notes, correspondence, and source material. Also some sub-divisions such as
Statutes, addresses, citations, etc.
- 5-13 to 6-17. f. France20 folders (approx. 400 items)
- 5-13. France I: Alexandre Reulos. Manuel des Séquestres, 1916. 544 p.
- 5-15. France I: Misc. source material
- 6-3. France I: Notes (sur les séquestres et les liquidations des biens enemis)
- 6-6. France II: Financial laws, etc.
- 6-7. France II: Interallied Reparations Agency, etc.
- 6-8. France II: France's colonies, reports, drafts of laws, etc.
- 6-9. France II: Ordinance issued on request, 1950
- 6-10. France II: Bulletin de L'Administration de L'Enregistrement [copies of various Bulletins,
Dec. 1940 to May 1947, sheets numbered 25 - 111]
Date: Dec. 1940 to May 1947,
- 6-13. France III: misc. materials classified and separated by subjects such as Dates, books
consulted, refugees, creditors, patents, research cases, etc.
- 7-1 to 8-16. g. Netherlands32 folders (approx. 640 items)
- 7-1. Durch articles (translated)
- 7-2. Dutch opinions (Nedelandse Beheersinstituut), memoranda
- 7-3. I.A.R.A.; note on Netherlands legislation
- 7-4. Reports of the Dutch Custodian of Enemy Property, 1947 Engl. translation)
- 7-5. Same, 1/8/1945 to 3/12/1946 (Engl. translation)
Date: 1/8/1945 to 3/12/1946
- 7-6. Alfabetisch Trefwoorden-Register, 1952
- 7-7. Raad voor het Rechtsherstel; Register op de Artikelen
- 7-8. Group of documents on Netherlands Looted Securities Program (exhibits)
- 7-11. Netherlands decrees re Looted Securities; Extra Territorial Effect
- 7-14. Looted Securities - Netherlands - General
- 8-4. Looted Securities; misc. Netherlands decrees
- 8-12. Netherlands: Miscellany; Dutch Custodian's comments; articles
- 8-14. Netherlands: duplicates
- 8-15. Netherlands Notes [classified and labeled by subjects]
- Series: Series III. Miscellaneous materials relating to Enemy Alien Property controls during WW II with
some background material relating to WW I
- MSS Boxes
- 9-1 to 9-5. a. UNRRA materials (United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration)5 folders
(approx. 75 items)
- 9-1. UNRRA origins, 1943, 1944
Date: 1943, 1944
- 9-3. UNRRA Agreements, 1943
- 9-6 to 10-5. b. Patent Policy of Alien Property Custodian in WW II13 folders (approx. 200 items)
1942 - 1953
Date: 1942 - 1953
Notes, memoranda, clippings, history of Patent policy, reports, cases, monographs,
- 10-6 to 10-16. c. Research done By D. S. for Opinion of Comptroller General of U.S. (No. B-122100):
Emoluments11 folders (approx. 150 items) 1954, 1955
Date: 1954, 1955
- 10-6. Cases illustrating concept of Emoluments, dictionary definitions of emoluments, quotations
using term emoluments
- 10-9. The Constitution, Congress, Presidential Orders, etc. regarding concept of Emoluments,
the Nobel Prize in the light of concept of Emolument, Statutes, International law,
Learned Societies [this group of materials is subdivided by subjects and each subdivision
is labeled separately]
- 10-13. Decisions of the Comptroller General of the U.S. ( Joseph Campbell), 1955; Memorandum about Decisions as applicable to Alien Property Office cases; misc.
- 10-17 to 10-18. d. Alien Control Unit forms, orders, opinions, deportation papers, etc.2 folders (approx.
50 items) 1947 - 1954
Date: 1947 - 1954
Folder 18 contains copy of Snyder letter of Feb. 2, 1948 to Sen. Vandenberg
- Paige Boxes
- Box 8. Paige Boxes
- e. U.S. Office of Alien Property: Appelate papers and misc. papers Mostly mimeographed material
- 1. Enemy Property Review and History [between black covers]
- 2. Manual of the Claims Section, Office of Alien Property, U.S. Dept. of Justice [between black covers]
- 3. Intercustodial conflicts in World War I
- 4. Index to orders issued by the Office of Alien Property v. II (First ed.),
Apr. 1, 1946 - March 31, 1946 [between black covers]
- 5. Relationship between U.S., British and Canadian Custodians during and after World
War I (summaries and reports, 1946)
[between black covers.]
- 6. Files on property of alien enemies: Germany
- ___v. 1 Translation of the Files of the Reich Dept. of justice ("German Measures against
- ___v. 2 Translation of the Files of Reich Ministry of Economics
- 7. Alien Property Litigation
- ___v. 1 Report of the Alien Property Litigation Unit for the Calendar years 1942 to
1944, inclusive. A - F [not in covers].
- ___v. 2 Alien Property Litigation in World War II. 1949
- f. U.S. Office of Alien Property: OpinionsIndex Digest of Opinions of the General Counsel.
Office of Alien Property Custodian and Off. of Alien Property
- g. U.S. Supreme Court: Patent and anti-trust opinionsSupreme Court anti-trust cases (99
cases) [between black covers]
- Box 9. Paige Boxes
- h. U.S. Dept. of Justice: Alien Control Unit forms, orders, opinions, deportation papers, etc.
- 1. In Re: Harry Renton Bridges: Landis and Sears Opinions and Biddle
- 2. In Re: Harry Renton Bridges: Board of Immigration Appeals Opinions of Jan. 8, 1940
and Jan. 3, 1940
- 3. Misc. orders, memoranda, laws 1942 concerning enemy aliens
- 4. Documents on U.S. "Freezing" Controls - Foreign Funds Controls - WW II Predecessor
of Foreign Assets Control
- i. Patent Policy
- 1. Captive Patent Policy and GAF Patents (General Aniline and Film Corp.)
- 2. U.S. Off. of Alien Property. History of the Administration of the Patents and Patent
Contracts of General Aniline and Film Corporation by the Office of Alien Property
Custodian; historical monograph prepared by Herman Schein, Associate Historian...under
the editorial supervision of Harvey J. Winter, Historical Officer. 1946 [carbon copy]
- 3. U.S. Off. of Alien Property. Sales Policy of Off. of Alien Property Custodian Regarding
Business Enterprises. Monograph prepared under the editorial supervision of Harvey
J. Winter, Historical Officer. Oct. 1947
- 4. General Aniline and Film Corp. and its associated companies, their operations in
this country, connections with American firms, analysis of I.G. Farben, etc. [only
p. 245 - 524, no t.-p., Label on Folder was missing. Mimeographed]
- Box 10. Paige Boxes
- j. Miscellaneous groups of pamphlets [groups tied together by subject]
Group I: State Department I: Pamphlets
- 1. Peace and War: U.S. Foreign Policy, 1931 - 1941
- 2. Soviet Supply Protocols
- 3. The United States and the United Nations : Report by the President to the Congress
for the year 1946
- 4. Trial of the War Criminals: Documents
- 5. Havana Charter for an International Trade Organization, March 24, 1948
- 6. United States and Italy, 1936 - 1946: Documentary
- 7. Act of Chapultepec
- 8. Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression: Opinion and Judgment
- 9. Nazi-Soviet Relations, 1939 - 1941
Group II: State Department II: Pamphlets
- 1. Germany: Resolution of Conflicting Aims to German Enemy Assets
- 2. Germany: Distribution of Reparations; Establishment of Inter-Allied Reparations Agency; Restitution
- 3. U.S. Economic policy toward Germany
- 4. The Axis in Defeat: Collection of Documents on American Policy toward Germany and Japan
Group III: United Mine Workers of AmericaThe United States of America, Petitioner,
v. United Mine Workers of America... Supreme Court of the U.S., Oct. term, 1946. Opinion, Motion, Briefs, Transcripts of Record (v. 1,2,3,4,)
Group IV: Atomic Energy, Book IISenate Reprts and Committee Hearings, 1949 - 1951
Group V: Revision of Immigration, Naturalization and Nationality Laws. Hearings and
Reports, 1950, 1951, 1952
Group VI: Annual Reports of the Attorney General of the U.S. for the Fiscal years
ending June 30, 1935, June 30, 1937, June 30, 1938, June 30, 1940, June 30, 1941
Group VII: Lectures on the Immigration and Naturalization Service of the U.S. Dept.
of Labor. 36 Lectures, both typed and printed material
Group VIII: Legislative History of Public Laws 322 and 671, 79th Congress
Group IX: United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Adminstration. Reports of the
Director General; Selected Documents; Index to Selected Documents; Compilation of
Resolutions on Policy; Organization, Aims, Progress of UNRRA
- Department of State, Justice, and Commerce Appropriations for 1955. Hearings, including
report on Office of Alien
- Foreign Assistance Act of 1948 (4 Government documents)
- U.S. Dept. of State. Treaties of Peace with Italy, Bulgaria, Hungary, Roumania, and Finland. 1947
- Law and Contemporary Problems ( Duke Univ. School of Law) v. 16, Summer
1951, no. 3. Issue devoted to subject of war claims.
- The Department of State Bulletin, v. 18, no.
463, May 16, 1948. Issue includes: "Economic Cooperation Act of
1948"; "Strengthening the United Nations"
- "Notable Virginia Bar Addresses". Michie Co., 1938. Some marginal notes,
lines under-lined. Includes 2 loose pages of pencil notes in D. S.'s
- Wright, William B. The Federal Tort Claims Act, analyzed and annotated. Central Book Co., 1957. [v. is inscribed
David Schwartz, Dept. of Justice, U.S. Courthouse, N.Y.]
- Box 11. Paige Boxes
- Group X:. Miscellany
- 1. Kaufman v. Societé Internationale Pour Participations Industrielles et Commerciales
S. A., and related cases involving the Societé Internationale: printed briefs, petitions,
memoranda, appeals. Early 1950's. U. S. Courts.
- 2. Miscellaneous printed briefs and appeals in U. S. Courts.
- 3. Printed instructions and regulations re filing of claims
- 4. Freezing of foreign funds litigation in WWII: printed briefs
- 5. California cases on the reciprocal inheritance clause in the Treaty of Friendship
with Germany: Cases in WWII. Printed briefs [loose-leaf folder]
- Series: Addenda: U. S. Court of Claims
- MSS Boxes
- 11-1 to 14-3. Harrah's Club v. United States27 folders
- 11-1 to 11-3. Pretrial submissions and interrogations
- 11-4 to 11-6. Opening pleadings and corr.
- 11-7 to 12-3. Plaintiff's and defendant's bound briefs, objections requests for findings of fact
- 12-6 to 13-5. Draft findings
- 14-1 to 14-3. Post trial briefs
Issue in this suit was claim for refund of income taxes. Plaintiff, Harrah's Club
of Reno, Nevada, claimed depreciation allowance deduction for the excess restoration
cost of antique automobiles which Club displayed in a museum setting. Complaint was
dismissed. David Schwartz was the Trial Judge and wrote the opinion. Case No. 554-77.
Decided 23 Sept. 1981.
- 14-4 to 14-10. Morris v. United States7 folders
Briefs; orders; requests for finding of facts; defendant's exhibits; motions; petitions.
Trial Division case No. 257-78. Breach of Contract suit by Navy enlisted man claiming
promise of promotion. Schwartz Trial Judge. Plaintiff's petition was dismissed. Folders
are in reverse chron. order. 1978, 1979.
- 15-1 to 15-17. Renegotiation opinions of the U. S. Court of Claims17 folders
- 15-2. Aero Spacelines, Inc.
- 15-4. Butkin Precision Manufacturing Corp.
- 15-5. Camel Manufacturing Co.
- 15-6. Gibralter Manufacturing Co.
- 15-7. Grumman Aerospace Corp.
- 15-9. Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc.
- 15-10. Major Coat Co., Inc.
- 15-11. Manufacturers Service Co., Inc.
- 15-12. Marinette Marine Corp.
- 15-13. Mason and Hanger-Silas Mason Co., Inc.
- 15-14. Mills Manufacturing Corp.
- 15-15. O'Brien Gear and Machine Co.
- 15-16. Page-River-Curran, A Joint Venture
- 15-17. Shinn Engineering, Inc.
- 15-18 to 15-20. Renegotiation: history, legislation, etc.3 folders
Background material including text of bills, manuals, federal regulations, statement,
comments, reports. Photocopies, some printed items.
- Series: Addenda: Enemy Alien Property
- MSS Boxes
- 16-1. Enemy property laws: bibliography
Carbon copies. Relating to period 1914 (WWI) through WWII. Includes entries for Gt.
Britain and Canada
- 16-2. World War II: Foreign Claims Settlement Commission of the United States
Congressional bills, tables, reports
- 16-3 to 16-5. World War II: foreign funds control3 folders
Drafts, legal documents, news releases, clippings, printed items
- 16-6. Trading With The Enemy Act: statutes, legislative history, international agreement
Printed items, arranged by categories in notebook. Notebook placed in folder.
- 16-7 to 16-9. World War II enemy property: payment of American debts claims3 folders
Miscellaneous items, mostly carbons: minutes, memoranda, documents, tables, personnel
- Series: Addenda: U. S. Court of Claims The Renegotiation Board Renegotiation Opinions of Trial
Judge David Schwartz
- Paige Boxes
- Renegotiation Opinions
- Loose-leaf Notebook 1:. Renegotiation Board regulations under the Renegotiation Act of 1951. Includes chronological
list of Tax Court renegotiation decisions
- Loose-leaf Notebook 2:. Vol. I, # 1 - 3
- Loose-leaf Notebook 3:. Vol. II, # 4 - 6
- Loose-leaf Notebook 4:. Vol. III, # 7
Includes photocopies of DS's renegotiation opinions (typed), and printed opinions
of U. S. Court of Claims judges in appeals from DS's opinions
- Series: Addenda
- MSS Boxes
- 17-1 to 17-2. Swiss bank secrecy2 folders
Includes photocopies of law journal articles; and typed carbons of translations of
Swiss statutes, Federal Court of Appeals opinions, Cantonal Courts decisions, and
- 17-3 to 17-4. Interhandel case2 folders
Background chronology and documents with respect to the Swiss note of 9 August 1956
concerning arbitration of the Interhandel case and the duty to arbitrate
Enemy property -United States.
United States - Office of Alien Property.