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UNSPECIFIED (1939) Brief of questions for the Pacific Defence Conference. [Telegram]

UNSPECIFIED (1939) Brief of questions for the Pacific Defence Conference. [Telegram]

UNSPECIFIED (1941) Confidential US government oral report on US-Japanese relations. [Aide memoire]

UNSPECIFIED (1941) Confidential US government report on US-Japanese relations. [Aide memoire]

UNSPECIFIED (1939) Cypher telegram on the purposes of the Pacific Defence Conference. [Telegram]

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

UNSPECIFIED (1939) Notes on the first day of proceedings of the Pacific Defence Conference. [Memorandum]

UNSPECIFIED (1939) Notes on the first day of proceedings of the Pacific Defence Conference. [Memorandum]

UNSPECIFIED (1941) Notes resulting from the discussion between Cordell Hull and Lord Halifax on the preceeding discussion with the Japanese Ambassador. [Aide memoire]

UNSPECIFIED (1941) Outline of proposed basis for agreement between the US and Japan on the Pacific. [Memorandum]

UNSPECIFIED (1939) Plans outlining UK suggestions to sanction Japanese actions in China. [Aide memoire]

UNSPECIFIED (1941) Report on the Anglo-American response to the Thai-Japanese situation. [Aide memoire]

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

UNSPECIFIED (1939) Text of British government's response to Japanese policy in Far East. [Newspaper article]

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A., N. (1941) Notes on a conversation with the Director of U.S. Naval Intelligence. [Memorandum]

B

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

Balfour, John (1939) Netherlands Minister in London raises possibility that Japanese Government proposed to the USG that Philippines should be neutral. [Despatch]

Bennett, J. C. Sterndale (1941) Outline of topics discussed with Netherlands Government officials regarding the Far East. [Despatch]

Bennett, J. C. Sterndale (1941) Report of a conversation with the US Ambassador. [Despatch]

Butler, Neville M. (1941) Complaints from Curdell Hull on United Press reports. [Despatch]

Butler, Paul (1940) Covering letter to articles from the Daily Commercial News on Japanese-American trade. [Despatch]

C

Cadigan, A. (1939) Covering letter to memorandum on strategy regarding Italy and the 'Far East'. [Despatch]

Campbell, Ronald Ian (1941) Covernote and secret 'cockshy' report on talks on diplomatic situation in the Far East. [Minutes]

Campbell, Ronald Ian (1941) Record of conversation with Cordell Hull on US-Japanese relations. [Minutes]

Campbell, Ronald Ian (1941) Report of a telegram from Former Naval Person to the President. [Memorandum]

Campbell, Ronald Ian (1941) Report of conversation with Hornbeck on breakdown of the modus vivendi proposal. [Minutes]

Campbell, Ronald Ian (1941) Secret notes on conversation with President Roosevelt and Duff Cooper. [Minutes]

Campbell, Ronald Ian (1940) Summary of telegram from Former Naval Person to the US Preisdent. [Minutes]

Churchill, Winston Leonard (1941) Secret account of conversations between Churchill and Roosevelt. [Memorandum]

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

Craigie, Robert (1939) Resistance to Japanese involvement in Anti-Comintern Pact. [Minutes]

D

D., M. E. (1941) Conversation points for UK Ambassador to US' meeting with Secretary Hull. [Minutes]

E

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

Editorial (1940) Philippine President Manuel Quezon moving to revise autonomy. [Newspaper article]

Editorial (1940) Philippine President Manuel Quezon suggests 'semi-independence'. [Newspaper article]

Editorial (1940) Summary of Former US Secretary of State, Henry L. Stimson's call for an end to arms sales to Japan. [Newspaper article]

Editorial (1940) US High Commissioner Francis B. Sayre on the Philippine independence. [Newspaper article]

G

Gould, Randall (1940) Philippine independence, growing dominance of Japan in the Far East is a cause for concern for US Far Eastern foreign policy. [Newspaper article]

H

Hayter, William Goodenough (1941) Covering note to Aide-mémoire on a discussion with the Japanese Ambassador. [Memorandum]

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

Hayter, William Goodenough (1941) Record of progress on proposals for modus vivendi and American talks with the Japanese. [Minutes]

Hayter, William Goodenough (1941) Summary of three telegrams on Far East. [Minutes]

Hayter, William Goodenough and Butler, Neville M. (1941) Suggestion that H.E. speak to Sumner Welles and Cordell Hull. [Memorandum]

Hayter, William Goodenough and Millar, Frederick Robert Hoyer (1941) Suggestion that H.E. speak to Sumner Welles. [Memorandum]

Hollis, L. C. (1941) Report of Washington War Conference, attended by Churchill, Halifax and representatives from Canada, New Zealand and Australia. [Minutes]

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. (1939) Depatch on meeting with Kennedy on US fleet in the Pacific. [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]

Hulen, Bertram D. (1939) Impact of US reasserting its trade rights in China to Japan and UK. [Newspaper article]

Hulen, Bertram D. and Byas, Hugh (1940) Japanese-American trade under the new Japanese government. [Newspaper article]

Hull, Cordell (1941) Copy of document handed by the US Secretary of State to the Japanese Ambassador in the US. [Memorandum]

Hull, Cordell (1941) Receipt of letter and telegram on the Thai government. [Formal letter]

Hull, Cordell (1941) Reports of Japanese attack on American Legation in Bangkok. [Aide memoire]

Hull, Cordell (1939) US Secretary of State Hull contacts the Japanese ambassador regarding the 1911 Treaty of Commerce and Navigation. [Formal letter]

Hull, Cordell (1939) US Secretary of State Hull discusses Senator Vanderberg's resolution for the abrogation of the US-Japanese Treaty of Commerce and Navigation of 1911. [Despatch]

Hull, Cordell (1939) US Secretary of State Hull discusses adjournment of Congress regarding Commerce and Navigation legislation. [Despatch]

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

Illegible (1941) Confusion between Secretary Hull's and R. Craigie's reports from Tokyo regarding Japanese war ambitions. [Minutes]

Illegible (1940) Cover note and notes on a conversation between British Ambassador to Japan with Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs on Japan's negotiations with the US. [Memorandum]

Illegible (1941) Discusses possible telegram to FO on reasons why US may not be willing to take action on possible Japanese aggression to Russia. [Minutes]

Illegible (1941) Discussion with Lord Halifax regarding negotiations with Japanese. [Minutes]

Illegible (1941) Doubts raised over US interpretation of Japanese intentions in Far East. [Minutes]

Illegible (1941) Future talking points with Secretary Hull and Under Secretary Welles on Japan. [Minutes]

Illegible (1941) Netherlands government request for US to support declaration of war if attacked by the Japanese. [Memorandum]

Illegible (1941) Note concerning minutes by Mr. Dening with no details on what those minutes are. [Despatch]

Illegible (1941) Overview of the contents of eight telegrams on the subject of Japan. [Memorandum]

Illegible (1941) Proposed talking points for UK Ambassador to raise with Secretary Hull on japanese negotiations. [Minutes]

Illegible (1941) Report of American-Dutch-British Staff Conversations at Singapore. [Memorandum]

Illegible (1941) Report on conversation with Vice-President concerning Committee on Economic Defense. [Minutes]

Illegible (1941) Report on discussion regarding US-Japanese negotiations. [Minutes]

Illegible (1941) Secret message regarding ability to censor the press. [Despatch]

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

Illegible and Hayter, William Goodenough and Campbell, Ronald Ian (1941) Suggested actions on UK Ambassdor to Japan's three telegrams on US-Japanese negotiations on the Far East. [Minutes]

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

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Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Discussion of US decision to etablish a Constulate in Greenland. [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) Japanese financial settlements to be made regarding damage to American property in China. [Formal letter]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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]

L

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

Lindsay, Ronald Charles (1939) Covering letter to US Senator Vanderberg's resolution for the abrogation of the US-Japanese Treaty of Commerce and Navigation of 1911. [Despatch]

Lindsay, Ronald Charles (1939) Covering letter to note from US Secretary of State Hull to the Japanese ambassador regarding the 1911 Treaty of Commerce and Navigation. [Despatch]

Lindsay, Ronald Charles (1939) Despatch submitting text of Senator Pittman's address on "Our Foreign Policy", critical of Axis powers. [Despatch]

Lindsay, Ronald Charles (1939) Inquiry by UK Embassy regarding Japanese discussions with US over Philippines neutrality. [Despatch]

Lindsay, Ronald Charles (1939) US State Department's protests regarding the Japanese bombing of Chinese civilian targets. [Despatch]

Lippmann, Walter (1939) Japan's alliance crucial to determining outcome of any future war. [Newspaper article]

M

Macdonnell, R. M. (1940) Japanese telegram from Rio De Janerio on the recent Anglo-American agreement. [Despatch]

Mallet, Victor Alexander Louis (1939) Despatch detailing Senator Key Pittman's attitude towards the Japanese and German governments. [Despatch]

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

Mallet, Victor Alexander Louis (1939) US press denunciation of the US-Japanese Treaty of Commerce and Navigation of 1911. [Despatch]

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) Notes on recent telegrams that raise questions on foreign policy. [Memorandum]

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) Secret description of discussion between Churchill and Roosevelt. [Despatch]

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

Millar, Frederick Robert Hoyer and Campbell, Ronald Ian (1941) Need to clarify position of the US in regards to negotiations with the Japanese. [Minutes]

Millar, Frederick Robert Hoyer and Mallet, Victor Alexander Louis (1939) British reflections on possible US decision to not renew the 1911 Commerce and Navigation Treaty with Japan. [Minutes]

Monckton-Arundell, George Vere Arundel (1938) Strategic importance of the Pacific Islands. [Despatch]

Monckton-Arundell, George Vere Arundel (1938) Strategic importance of the Pacific Islands. [Despatch]

N

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

P

Pirie, G. C. (1939) Failure of Pan American Airways' fulfillment of their its contract with the New Zealand government. [Memorandum]

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

R

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

S

Soong, V. T. (1940) Memorandum from Chaing Kai Shek, regarding war with Japan. [Memorandum]

Stevens, William George (1939) Report of the Strategic Committee on the Strategic Problems of the South West Pacific. [Minutes]

Stevens, William George (1939) Report on 1939 Defence Conference. [Minutes]

U

Unknown (1940) Arguments for continuing Japanese-American trade. [Newspaper article]

Unknown (1941) British government despatches instructions on economic warfare measures versus Japan. [Memorandum]

Unknown (1941) Covering note and two draft letters on US-Japanese relations. [Minutes]

Unknown (1939) Depatch of naval dispositions in the event of war in Europe and the Far East. [Despatch]

Unknown (1939) Details on plans for a Chinese currency stabilisation fund. [Aide memoire]

Unknown (1939) Details on the protection of UK interests in China. [Aide memoire]

Unknown (1939) Japanese Embassy lists financial settlements to be made regarding damage to American property in China. [Newspaper article]

Unknown (1940) President Manuel Quezon talks on independence of the Philippines to the National Assembly. [Newspaper article]

Unknown (1941) Secret telegram from Bangkok on Japanese aggression to Thailand. [Despatch]

Unknown and Lindsay, Ronald Charles (1939) Minutes on dispute over Pacific Islands. [Memorandum]

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

V

Vandenberg, Arthur H. (1939) US Congressional Resolution for the abrogation of the US-Japanese Treaty of Commerce and Navigation of 1911. [Senate Resolution]

W

Welles, Sumner (1940) Paraphrase of a secret message from Churcill to Roosevelt. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) Paraphrase of a secret message from Roosevelt to Churcill. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1941) Paraphrase of message received. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1941) Secret cover letter on aide-mémoires concerning US-Japanese relations. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1941) Secret response to telephone conversation on secret documents. [Formal letter]

Wilkins, H. Ford (1940) Former US High Commissioner and current High Commissione disagree regarding the Philippine perspective on independence. [Newspaper article]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Call for urgent action on Thailand situation. [Formal letter]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Conversation with Cordell Hull concerning the Thai situation. [Despatch]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Covering letter to telegram on Thai oil shortage. [Formal letter]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Notes on UK Embassy Official's conversation with Japanese Ambassador to US regarding US-Japanese negotiations. [Despatch]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Notes on conversation with Secretary Hull about possible warning to Japan to not move against Russia. [Minutes]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Report on conversation with Sumner Welles on Japanese prospects. [Minutes]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Response to expansion of Japanese present policy to Thailand. [Formal letter]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Secret report on talks with Japanese Ambassador. [Despatch]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Thoughts on report from Anthony Eden on discussion with Stalin in Moscow. [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 01:32:11 2014 GMT.