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UNSPECIFIED (1939) British and French governments issue instructions on acceptable bombing targets. [Aide memoire]

UNSPECIFIED (1941) Explanation of the problematic account of the Nemours incident provided by the French government. [Aide memoire]

UNSPECIFIED (1941) French government discussion of British attack on French Navy (in French). [Aide memoire]

UNSPECIFIED (1941) Information to be forwarded by the United States to Marshal Petain. [Aide memoire]

UNSPECIFIED (1938) Instructions detailing objectives for British Troops in China. [Despatch]

UNSPECIFIED (1941) Summary of Foreign Office redraft of the allied "Joint Declaration". [Despatch]

UNSPECIFIED (1941) Text of message from the UK government to the French government. [Memorandum]

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Balfour, John (1939) Air policy in the Pacific Islands. [Despatch]

Barton, Cecil James Juxton Talbot (1936) Message on French authorities in Tahiti. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Discussion of official British response to US enemy export requirements. [Minutes]

Butler, Neville M. (1941) Information regarding the status of British protection in Guadeloupe. [Despatch]

Butler, Neville M. (1941) Message refering to telegram about the supervision of British interests in Guadeloupe. [Despatch]

Butler, Neville M. (1941) Report of a telephone conversation with Eleanor Roosevelt on the matter of private war contributions. [Memorandum]

C

Campbell, Ronald Ian (1941) Allied conference and informing the Government of India. [Minutes]

Cavendish-Bentinck, Victor Frederick William (1939) Discussion with Counsellor of the US Embassy, London Herschel Johnson regarding British promise to assist the Liberian government should it be attacked. [Despatch]

Churchill, Winston Leonard (1939) Memorandum on sea power, 1939. [Memorandum]

Clarke, Ashley (1939) Actions to be taken by the British garrisons in Shanghai and Tientsin if Japan attacks. [Despatch]

Crock, Arthur (1939) Behind the scenes in French plane affair. [Newspaper article]

D

Doyen (1941) US-Vichy government relations (In French). [Formal letter]

E

Editorial (1940) British Ambassador to China holds meetings with Chinese Foreign Minister. [Newspaper article]

Editorial (1940) Details on the Congressional Joint Resolution amending Section 4 of the 1939 Neutrality Act and Red Cross fundraising. [Newspaper article]

Editorial (1940) Dies committee's "Red Paper" demonstrating Communist party's plans to sabotage defence industry. [Newspaper article]

Editorial (1940) Senate approves President Roosevelt's proposed amendment to the Neutrality Act. [Newspaper article]

Eliot, George Fielding (1940) Letter advocating a meeting between the US President and the British Prime Minister to galvanise Anglo-American co-operation. [Formal letter]

H

Hayter, William Goodenough (1941) Notes on General Doyen's letter. [Minutes]

Hayter, William Goodenough (1941) Notes on reports of Japanese troop movements in southern Indo-China. [Memorandum]

Hornbeck, Stanley K. (1939) US responses to a potential Japanese attack on British and French interests in Shanghai and Tientsin. [Aide memoire]

Howe, R.G. (1940) New credit to Chinese government of $25 million for purchasing war material by the US government. [Despatch]

Howe, Robert George (1940) Discusses Japanese memorandum to US Ambassadro in Tokyo regarding the legitmacy of attacking the Yunnan railway. [Formal letter]

Howe, Robert George (1939) Evacuation of British nationals from China in event of war with Japan. [Despatch]

Howe, Robert George (1940) US Ambassador to Tokyo responds to the Japanese bombing of the Yunnan railway. [Formal letter]

Hull, Cordell (1939) Application to Canada of the special provisions for exportation. [Despatch]

Hull, Cordell (1939) Application to South Africa of the special provisions for exportation. [Despatch]

Hull, Cordell (1939) British and French governments' desire to spare bombing civilian populations and monuments. [Formal letter]

Hull, Cordell (1941) Covering letter to aide-mémoire on the French government. [Formal letter]

Hull, Cordell (1939) Revisions to the laws and regulations regarding the International Traffic in Arms. [Newspaper article]

I

Illegible (1941) Brief notes on Japanese movements in Indo-China. [Minutes]

Illegible (1941) Covering missive to copy of a letter by General Doyen. [Despatch]

Illegible (1941) Secret notes on the status of France in the Joint Declaration. [Minutes]

Illegible (1939) UK Ambassador to read note to State Department regarding British garrisons in China. [Minutes]

Illegible and S., C. and Butler, Neville M. (1941) Potential exchange of British and Norweigan ships in French ports for French shipping held by the British authorities. [Memorandum]

Inskip, Thomas W. H. (1937) Strategic importance of Pacific Islands report by New Zealand Government. [Memorandum]

K

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) Clarence E. Gauss appointed the first US Minister to Australi. [Formal letter]

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

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Congressional Joint Resolution amending Section 4 of the 1939 Neutrality Act. [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) Details of a press conference by President Roosevelt on Canada, Monroe Doctrine, and the Neutrality Act. [Formal letter]

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

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

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

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

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

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

Kirkpatrick, Ivone (1940) Discussion between the US Secretary of State, US Ambassador to the UK and the British Prime Minister in regards to the rapidly evolving war situation. [Despatch]

Kirkpatrick, Ivone (1940) Discussion between the US Secretary of State, US Ambassador to the UK and the British Prime Minister on the US plans to defuse the conflict. [Despatch]

Kirkpatrick, Ivone (1940) FO Official Kirkpatrick converses with US Secretary fo State regarding European security. [Despatch]

Kluckhohn, Frank L. (1939) Impact of US Welles reasserting the rights of American traders in China. [Newspaper article]

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Lambert, E. W. (1939) Army Council discussions regarding the impact of war with Japan in China. [Despatch]

Lindsay, Ronald Charles (1939) Despatch regarding the sale of US aircraft to the French government. [Despatch]

M

Mallet, Victor Alexander Louis (1939) Despatch informing of Presidential press conference denying that he had claimed the "American frontier is in France". [Despatch]

Mallet, Victor Alexander Louis (1939) Despatch on the controversy created by the sale of US aircraft to France. [Despatch]

Mallet, Victor Alexander Louis (1939) Engaging with the US State Department regarding Japanese threat to interests in China. [Minutes]

Mallet, Victor Alexander Louis and Millar, Frederick Robert Hoyer (1939) British thoughts on US responses to a potential Japanese attack on British and French interests in Shanghai and Tientsin. [Minutes]

Millar, Frederick Robert Hoyer (1941) British authorities have received intelligence on Marshal Petain. [Aide memoire]

Millar, Frederick Robert Hoyer (1941) Draft receipt of a letter on the protection of British interests in Guadeloupe from the British Consul. [Despatch]

Millar, Frederick Robert Hoyer (1941) Notes on alterations to Allied Joint Declaration. [Minutes]

Millar, Frederick Robert Hoyer (1941) Notes on recent telegrams that raise questions on foreign policy. [Memorandum]

Millar, Frederick Robert Hoyer (1941) Official text issued by the British Embassy on the Nemours incident. [Memorandum]

Millar, Frederick Robert Hoyer (1941) Possible ammendments to Allied Joint Declaration. [Minutes]

Millar, Frederick Robert Hoyer (1941) Request for message to be passed on to Sumner Welles on Japan in Indo-China. [Memorandum]

Millar, Frederick Robert Hoyer (1941) UK authorities are weighing a range of responses to Japanese aggression in Indo-China. [Memorandum]

N

Newall, Cyril Louis Norton and Backhouse, Roger and Adam, R. F. (1939) Defence provisions made for New Zealand. [Memorandum]

P

Pittman, Key (1939) Administration Policy of 'Practical Defense' Upheld by Pittman. [Radio address]

R

R., A. and Hayter, William Goodenough (1941) Notes (in various hands) on the British archives in Martinique. [Memorandum]

Ronald, N. B. (1939) Consulting French and American governments regarding a Japanese occupation of Shanghai. [Despatch]

Ronald, N. B. (1941) Secret message on the construction of Pacific airbases. [Formal letter]

Ronald, Nigel (1940) FO Official meets with US Ambassador to the UK to ask if the US Embassies in Brussels, Berlin and Paris could help take care of the wounded British troops left behind at Dunkirk. [Despatch]

Ronald, Nigel (1940) US Ambassador to the UK discusses US perspectives towards the war in Europe. [Despatch]

S

Stimson, Henry L. (1939) Ex-Secretary Stimson's Letter on Foreign Relations. [Newspaper article]

T

Talbert, Ansel E. (1940) British plans to provide an air service to the US in the summer months compromised by military needs. [Newspaper article]

U

Unknown (1941) Covering note to a re-draft of the Joint Declaration. [Despatch]

Unknown (1939) French buy 600 planes, deny getting US secrets. [Newspaper article]

Unknown (1939) German note informing US to avoid ships acting "suspiciously". [Newspaper article]

Unknown (1939) Neutrality Act does not apply to certain goods exported from the US. [Newspaper article]

Unknown (1941) Note on the desptach referring to the US Vice-Consul at Guadeloupe. [Despatch]

Unknown (1941) Notes on the Allied conference discussing the Far East. [Minutes]

Unknown (1939) Release of Aide-mémoire to the State Department concerning British and French governments instructions on acceptable bombing targets. [Notes]

Unknown (1936) Report on US activities on Christmas Island. [Newspaper article]

Unknown and Unknown (1941) Cover note and report by Ecuadorian Minister to Vichy France on Russo-Japanese Pact. [Despatch]

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Welles, Sumner (1941) Paraphrase of secret message from Winston Churchill to Roosevelt with covering note. [Despatch]

Welles, Sumner (1941) Report of conversation with Petain and Darlan. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) Statement denying the existence of a map at a meeting between Sumner Welles and Paul Reynaud. [Press release]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Covering letter to aide-mémoire on the French government. [Formal letter]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Paraphrase of telegram on the meeting between Petain and Goering. [Aide memoire]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Request as to why a message has only just reached the British Ambassador. [Memorandum]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Secret message on on hand-over of Vichy bases in North Africa to Germany. [Formal letter]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Update after earlier conversation on Japanese movements in Indo-China. [Formal letter]

This list was generated on Mon Oct 27 12:20:14 2014 GMT.