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Aide memoire

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Aide-mémoire on the status of certain Pacific Islands. [Aide memoire]

Despatch

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Summary of memorandum from Chaing Kai Shek, regarding war with Japan. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Transmitting the text of an Act "to expedite national defence and for other purposes". [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Description of role of the Imperial War Graves Commission. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Details of correspondence on war debts owed to the US by other countries. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Covering letter to press release detailing US delegates to the Eight American Scientific Congress. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) HMG enquiries with the US Government concerning further US export credit to China. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Possibility of German invasion of Iceland after the seizure of Denmark. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Discussion of US decision to etablish a Constulate in Greenland. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Covering letter to correspondence on "The American-Danish Greenland Commission". [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Details of Dr. Calderon, President-elect of Costa Rica's trip to the US. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Covering letter to copies of a resolution calling for Senate committee on US neutrality. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Comments on Congressional debate on financial assistance to Finland and US-Soviet relations. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) December 1939 despatch discussing recent political and economic events in the US. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Despatch discussing recent US political and economic events in December 1939. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Despatch on the status of certain Pacific Islands. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) November 1939 despatch discussing recent economic and political events in the US. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Despatch on provision of shipping to Canton Island. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Transmission of copies of the International Convention concerning Exemption from Taxation on Fuel and Lubricants used in Air Traffic. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry and Bramwell, C. l. (1940) Covering letter and review of US political events during 1939. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Transferral of US aircraft to the UK purchased by the RAF. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Congressional Joint Resolution amending Section 4 of the 1939 Neutrality Act. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Aircraft purchased by belligerent powers may be delivered by air across American borders. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Details on the establishment of the Neutrality Law Unit to examine possible infringements to the law. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) British Ambassador's support for the US companies perspective regarding the oil dispute with the Mexican government. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Disputes between officials within the US Department of War spills over to Allied purchases of aircraft. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Representative Tinkham's suspicions concerning the Anglo-US control of Canton and Enderbury Islands and details on the history of sovereignty of Christmas island. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry and Pinsent, G. H. S. (1940) Covering letter and memorandum on financial and economic situation in the US. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) US treaty with Canada regarding the St. Lawrence Waterway Scheme does not affect the neutrality of the US. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Representative Tinkham highlighted his objections to Anglo-US joint use of Canton and Enderbury Islands. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Establishment of the Inter-American Bank. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Impact of suspending trans-atlantic passenger and airmail flights by British companies. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Covering letter to British aide-mémoire on Mexican oil dispute. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Summary of thoughts by prominent US people on the US economy, international trade and post-war economic issues. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Report on US public opinion on multiple issues. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Canadian Legation travels to the US to resume discussions on the joint Great Lakes St. Lawrence Waterway project. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Details the British desire to inform the American public that the Pitcairn islanders have not been abandoned. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Philippine President Manuel Quezon's comments on autonomy and independence by 1946. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) British Ambassador to the US speaks on the British reasons for going to war at a number of engagements in Chicago. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Canadian and American efforts to reach an agreement on the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Waterway project. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry and Pinsent, G. H. S. (1940) Covering letter and memorandum on US Budget report for the fiscal year ending June 30 1941. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Details on the 1934 Act referring to the naturalisation of minor children. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Summary of varying US views on the US-Japanese commerce and possible US unilateral embargo. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Report on Congressional debate on the Neutrality Bill. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) H.M.G. aprreciation of US support for Pitcairn islanders. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) UK contraband control bases. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) US Neutrality Law amendments on legality of US Citizens travelling on belligerent ships. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) US State Department states that aircraft purchased by belligerent nations cannot be delivered by air. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Covering letter to a collection of newspaper clippings on Consuls and Consulates. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Describes the imprisonment of Fritz Kuhn, the 'Fuehrer' of German-American Bund on charges of larceny and forgery. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Discussion of statements by the German Chargé d'Affaires regarding Russian movements into Romania and the Bosphorous. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Finance Ministers of the American Republics in Guatemala. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) The King's message to Mr. Winthrop Aldrich. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) US Navy Admiral Byrd visits Pitcairn Island. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) American-born wives applying for British passports. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) British orders regarding removal of enemy aliens from neutral ships. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Summary of broadcast by US Under Secretary of State Welles on American Republics conference in Panama. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Black Tom explosions by German agents in 1916. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Secretary of State Hull incensed by Soviet behaniour in "City of Flint" case. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Summary of Belgian King's desire to protect its neutrality. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) UK Ambassador discusses contraband of war, and the Neutrality Act. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) UK Ambassador to enter into discussions with State Department over the Panama Conference. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) UK Ambassador's report discussing various naval matters. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) British Ambassador denying comments made by Gustav A. Anderson regarding the sinking of the "Athenia". [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) UK ambassadorial speeches on US security being dependent on the allies winning the war. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) US government to take charge of British interests in occupied Poland, Bohemia, Moravia and Slovakia. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) US negotiating with Soviets for release of S.S. City of Flint from Murmansk port. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) US government willing to look after British interests in the Soviet Union. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Outline of German note informing US to avoid ships acting "suspiciously". [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Receipt of note detailing US interpretation of the 1929 Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to International Transportation by Air. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Comments on Under Secretary of State Welles address to the Pan-American Conference in Panama. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Discusses Secretary of State Hull's address at New York's 1939 World Fair. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Conditions for civilian air bombardment by British and French governments. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Cover note for the pamphlet on the laws and regulations regarding the international traffic in arms. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Irish-American enthusiasm to fight Nazism with pro-British opinions. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) British request for US looking after its interests to extend to its subjects being taken as prisoners of war. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Discussion of US responses to a potential Japanese attack on British and French interests in Shanghai and Tientsin. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Joint declaration by British and French governments outlining legitimiate enemy targets for bombing. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) British government message accepting the President's call to protect civilian populations. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) British request US to look after its persons and property interests in Germany. [Despatch]

Formal letter

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Report of meeting between Hubert Young, Governor of Trinidad, and US Navy Admiral Greenslade. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) US obtain facilities in additional areas of Newfoundland for bases. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) US interests in Greenland. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Covering letter to copies of letter for the US President. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Covering letter to summary of Hitler's future strategy. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Note of thanks for assistance in the evacuation of Hong Kong. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Note of thanks for discussions over UK debts to the US. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Lists of Consular posts in French North Africa with HMG's request for the US to look after its interests. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) HMG request for the US to look after British interests in Spain and Portugal. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Agreement to provide evacuation facilities in Hong Kong and the Philippines. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) HMG thanking US government for protecting British interests in Italy. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) HMG requests the US to protect British persons, property and interests in Italy. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) UK Ambassador thanking US Secretary of State for agreeing to protect British interests in Italy. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) HMG request for the US to protect British interests in Italy should they go to war. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Receipt of request from island colonies for postal stamps. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Receipt of assumption of Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Bahamas by the Duke of Windsor. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) British request to the President for the speedy transfer of promised destroyers to Halifax, Canada. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) American Export Lines to divert to Bermuda in order to deliver the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Apology for late notification of appointment of Duke of Windsor as Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Bahamas. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Receipt of note to State Department by British government regarding the transfer of British government accounts to the US. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Receipt of despatch regarding the effects of US Neutrality Act on British shipping. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) negotiations between the Japanese government and British ambassador to Japan relating to the Tientsin crisis. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) British and French governments joint declaration on Germany and the territorial waters of Norway. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) British government explains its proposed actions to mine the waters off the coast of Norway to disrupt German prosecution of war. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) British Ambassador's support for the American companies' perspective in regards to the oil dispute with the Mexican government. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Regarding Letter of Credence confirming R.G. Casey as Australasian Minister to the United States. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Discussion over which British official should be the nominee for the British government accounts with the Federal Reserve Bank. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Concerns by the British Ambassador in regards to US proposals for the Mexican oil dispute tribunal. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) House of Representatives extends life of the House Committee on Un-American Activities. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Clarence E. Gauss appointed the first US Minister to Australi. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Notes on a telegram from the Collector of Customs in New York regarding the Neutrality Act. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) British Vice Consul in Wilington, North Carolina, George Frederick Todd. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Thanks from Sir Neville Henderson regarding support he received from the US Embassy in his trip to Berlin. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Japanese financial settlements to be made regarding damage to American property in China. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) US Acting Secretary of State Sumner Welles reaffirms American rights in China. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Details of a press conference by President Roosevelt on Canada, Monroe Doctrine, and the Neutrality Act. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Covering letter to press release by US Secretary of State regarding British resuce of survivors of the "S.S. Athenia". [Formal letter]

Memorandum

Kerr, Philip Henry (1939) Report on the apparent failure of the New Zealand Conference to resolve the Pacific Island problem. [Memorandum]

Kerr, Philip Henry and Pinsent, G. H. S. (1939) Report on US financial situation. [Memorandum]

Press release

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Establishment of US-Australian diplomatic relations. [Press release]

Telegram

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Notes from a discussion with a member of the US Army and Navy Munitions Board regarding Chinese production of 'strategic' materials. [Telegram]

This list was generated on Sun Oct 26 04:59:25 2014 GMT.