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US Ambassador to the UK discusses US perspectives towards the war in Europe, June 3 1940

US Ambassador to the UK suggests that President Roosevelt is waiting for the Italians to enter the war before it is able to sell the Naval Destroyers to the UK. British government will inform the Italians that ships going to Italy will be held at Gibraltar and Aden until Italy's intentions have been clarified. The Ambassador detailed American public opinion on the war.
Item Type: Despatch
Date: 3 June 1940
Title of document: US Ambassador to the UK discusses US perspectives towards the war in Europe
Authors or Creators: Ronald, Nigel (Head of Foreign Office General Department)
Recipients: Kerr, Philip Henry (UK Ambassador to US)
Places: Europe > Northern Europe > United Kingdom
The Americas > North America > United of States of America
Europe > Western Europe > France
Europe > Southern Europe > Italy
Europe > Western Europe > Germany
Europe > Southern Europe > *Gibraltar (British colony)
Africa > Northern Africa > Egypt
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Reference: FO 115/ 3421 - War Assistance from U.S. (General)
URI: http://archive.atlantic-archive.org/id/eprint/890
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