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Internal Colonial Office minutes on the strategic importance of Pacific islands, July 18 1938

Internal Colonial Office minutes on actions regarding the strategic importance of Pacific islands. Includes discussion on proposed landing ground in Fiji, Committee of Imperial Defence, discussions on a proposed conference on sovereignty of Pacific islands, and the political and strategic aspects of discussing with the Dominion governments the US government's sovereignty claims.
Item Type: Memorandum
Date: 18 July 1938
Title of document: Internal Colonial Office minutes on the strategic importance of Pacific islands
Authors or Creators: Howard, F. (UK Colonial Office Official) and Calder, J. A. (Assistant Secretary of State, Colonial Office) and Bigg, W. J. (UK Colonial Office Official) and Illegible (multiple authors) (UK Colonial Office Official)
Recipients: Bigg, W. J. (UK Colonial Office Official)
Places: Europe > Northern Europe > United Kingdom
Oceania > Micronesia > *British Western Pacific Territories (British colony) [SOME ISLANDS UNDER DISPUTE BETWEEN UK AND USA]
Reference: CO 323/ 1602/ 10 - Strategic importance of the Pacific islands
URI: http://archive.atlantic-archive.org/id/eprint/508
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