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Aide memoire

UNSPECIFIED (1940) Data on debits in banks in federal reserve districts and numerous US cities. [Aide memoire]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Problems and revisions to proposed US air and naval bases in Trinidad. [Aide memoire]

Pirie, G. C. (1940) Covering note and aide-mémoire regarding report that British scientists have developed accurate bombsights. [Aide memoire]

Despatch

"San Francisco" (1940) Visa problem with member of US Naval Air Service. [Despatch]

Balfour, John (1940) Convention regarding the disposal of real and personal property. [Despatch]

Balfour, John (1940) Possible restriction of the circulation of letter from the "Hindustan Ghadr". [Despatch]

Balfour, John (1940) Receipt of British aide-mémoire on Mexican oil dispute. [Despatch]

Balfour, John (1940) Receipt of despatch on US public opinion on multiple issues. [Despatch]

Balfour, John (1940) Response to letter on the Gadhr Party in India. [Despatch]

Branwell, C. (1940) Discussion on Senate enquiry into foreign propaganda. [Despatch]

Burton, R.W. (1940) Secret despatches on US bases to be built in Trinidad. [Despatch]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) British government decisions on issues relating to construction of US bases on British territory. [Despatch]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Covering letter to copies of draft leases from US State Department for proposed bases on Caribbean islands. [Despatch]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Explanation of the US Nationality Act 1940 for an enquiry by the Manager of the Royal Bank of Canada in Puerto Rico. [Despatch]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Reaction to allied reverses in the Low Countries. [Despatch]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Report of Princess Juliana of the Netherland's visit to the US. [Despatch]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) US agree to oral discussions, and their delay but decline to outline which islands they lay claim to until the oral discussions begin. [Despatch]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) US naval pilots have left for the Dutch East Indies, and the Netherlands have purchased 300 aircraft from the US. [Despatch]

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

Child, S. Lawford and Strathallan (1940) Conversation between Strathallan and Senator Hale regarding the figure of British Naval Destroyers at the start of the war and those lost in its prosecution. [Despatch]

Denison, C. (1940) Secret despatches on US bases to be built in Trinidad. [Despatch]

Dunn, James Clement (1940) Covering letter to US government proposed draft leases for bases in the Caribbean. [Despatch]

Dunn, James Clement (1940) Covering letter to draft leases for bases on St. Lucia. [Despatch]

Haggard, Godfrey Digby Napier (1940) Summary of article in the "Staatszeitung" on Erich Windels, former German Minister in Ottawa. [Despatch]

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

Hull, Cordell (1940) Discussion of extention of Danish political and economic interests to the whole of Greenland. [Despatch]

Illegible (1940) Two Seventh Day Adventists concerned about co-religionists on Pitcairn island. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Aircraft purchased by belligerent powers may be delivered by air across American borders. [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) British Ambassador's support for the US companies perspective regarding the oil dispute with the Mexican government. [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) Canadian and American efforts to reach an agreement on the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Waterway project. [Despatch]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Details on the 1934 Act referring to the naturalisation of minor children. [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) Details the British desire to inform the American public that the Pitcairn islanders have not been abandoned. [Despatch]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Discussion of US decision to etablish a Constulate in Greenland. [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) Establishment of the Inter-American Bank. [Despatch]

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

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

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

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

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

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Report on US public opinion on multiple issues. [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) 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 (1940) Summary of memorandum from Chaing Kai Shek, regarding war with Japan. [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) Summary of varying US views on the US-Japanese commerce and possible US unilateral embargo. [Despatch]

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

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Transmitting the text of an Act "to expedite national defence and for other purposes". [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 and Bramwell, C. l. (1940) Covering letter and review of US political events during 1939. [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 and Pinsent, G. H. S. (1940) Covering letter and memorandum on financial and economic situation in the US. [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]

Lindsay, Ronald Charles (1940) Objections by Bermudans to US Admiral Greenlade's scheme for a US base. [Despatch]

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

Perowne, John Victor Thomas Woolrych Tait (1940) King's ratification of Convention regarding the disposal of real and personal property. [Despatch]

Pirie, G. C. (1940) Negative impact on British prestige and business opportunities post-war by suspending trans-atlantic commercial flights. [Despatch]

Purvis, C.B. (1940) Private despatch on the issue of bases in Bermuda. [Despatch]

Ronald, N. B. and unknown (1940) UK government response to US Chargé d'affaires 1939 note on Reprisals Order In Council. [Despatch]

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]

Shelmerdine, Francis C. (1940) Note by Director General of Civil Aviation Air Ministry regarding British Trans-Atlantic air routes and plans for British air services in and through the West Indies. [Despatch]

Silver, C. H. (1940) Covering letter to copy of letter from the "Hindustan Ghadr" published in San Francisco. [Despatch]

Silver, C. H. (1940) Covering letter to copy of letter from the "Hindustan Ghadr" published in San Francisco. [Despatch]

Silver, C. H. (1940) Table of contents for report on the "Hinudstan Ghadr" of India. [Despatch]

Silver, C. H. (1940) Table of contents for report on the "Hinudstan Ghadr" of India. [Despatch]

Soldiers in the war of independence (1940) Translation of an "Open letter to the troops" by the "Hindustan Ghadr". [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) British lease agreement to the US for military bases in specific areas of land and water in Newfoundland. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) British pilots to be issued private pilot's licenses in order to test fly aircraft in the US. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) Commentary on Bermudan memorandum opposing the establishment of a US naval and air base. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) Covering letter to newspaper cuttings on the German Consulate. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) Discussion of the House version of the Nationality Act of 1940. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) Discussions on the US starting work on constructing bases in Newfoundland. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) Protocol of Exchange regarding the Convention signing regarding the disposal of real and personal property pertaining to the Commonwealth of Australia and New Zealand governments. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) Report detailing various aspects to the establishment and construction of US bases on various British governed Caribbean islands. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) State Department modifications on locations of US bases. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) Summarised translation of the Hindustan Ghadr. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) Summarised translation of the Hindustan Ghadr. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) Summarised translation of the Hindustan Ghadr. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) Summarised translation of the Hindustan Ghadr. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) Tentative itinerary by US military officials aboard USS St. Louis for inspection of Caribbean region. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) US Navy version of the lease agreement between HMG, US and Newfoundland for US bases. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) US government proposed draft lease for bases on British Guiana. [Despatch]

Unknown (1940) US version of the lease agreement between HMG and US for US bases on certain areas of land and water on St. Lucia. [Despatch]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1940) Description of role of the Imperial War Graves Commission. [Despatch]

Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1940) Royal decree appointing Mr. Yapp the British Consul-General in New York. [Despatch]

Young, Hubert Winthrop (1940) Relating an interview concerning US bases on Trinidad. [Despatch]

Formal letter

UNSPECIFIED (1940) Details of Convention regarding the disposal of real and personal property pertaining to the Commonwealth of Australia and New Zealand governments. [Formal letter]

UNSPECIFIED (1940) US government agrees to oral discussions, and their delay but decline to outline which islands they lay claim to until the oral discussions begin. [Formal letter]

B., T. (1940) Lease of bases in Newfoundland to the US military. [Formal letter]

Balfour, John (1940) Foreign Office request for British Ambassador to the US to provide information on the "discriminatory" provisions in the US Neutrality Act. [Formal letter]

Balfour, John (1940) Receipt and praise for report on Congressional deliberations regarding the Neutrality Bill of 1939. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Annoucement that all concerned British authorities have agreed to leasing the US land for bases in the Caribbean. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Appointment by the King of Halifax as UK Ambassador to US. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Bermuda Assembly communiqué to Governor regarding the construction of a US naval base in Bermuda. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) British comments on construction of US base on Caribbean islands. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Confirmation of lease by the UK to the US of land in Newfoundland for base construction. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Covering letter to US Naval Secretary's version of the draft leases for US bases in Newfoundland. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Covering letter to proposed amendments to draft of Treaty of Establishment Commerce, Navigation and Consular Rights between the US and India. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Details of despatch by Trinidad Governor Sir Hubert Young on his objections to US proposals for US bases on Trinidad. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Flights to take aerial photographs in the Caribbean. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Message concerning the construction of seaplane bases in Bermuda and St. Lucia. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Note of thanks for receipt of Lincoln Cathedral copy of Magna Carta at the Library of Congress. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Permission granted to take aerial photographs in the Caribbean. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Permission granted to take aerial photographs in the Caribbean. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Receipt of amounts in loans owed by the UK under 1923 Debt Agreement. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Receipt of letter concerning proposed bases in Trinidad. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Receipt of letter from US Navy Department on seaplane base construction on St. Lucia. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Receipt of proposed amendments to draft of Treaty of Establishment of Commerce, Navigation and Consular Rights between the US and India. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Report of Italian military mission training the Ecuadorean Army. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Respective British Caribbean governments have all agreed to US bases. [Formal letter]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Respective Caribbean governments agree to US request for construction of bases on territory. [Formal letter]

Catterns, Basil Gage (1940) British government Bank of England current and special accounts to be transferred to the US. [Formal letter]

Cleminson, H. M. (1940) itish Chamber of Shipping letter to Ministry of Shiping on prejudicial effect of US Neutrality Act to British shipping. [Formal letter]

Dunn, James Clement (1940) Covering letter to draft leases for bases in the Caribbean. [Formal letter]

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]

Federal Reserve Bank of New York (1940) Tranfer of British government bank accounts from Bank of England to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. [Formal letter]

Foster, John (1940) US government leases of bases on British territory either a treaty or series of agreements. [Formal letter]

Grady, Henry F. (1940) Receipt of letter on Imperial War Graves Commission. [Formal letter]

Hackworth, Green H. (1940) US government detailing that it has no claims to Christmas island. [Formal letter]

Hamilton, J.W. (1940) Letter on frustrations of loaning a copy of Magna Carta. [Formal letter]

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

Hull, Cordell (1940) Discussion of agreement between British, Newfoundland and US authorities over the commencement of base construction. [Formal letter]

Hull, Cordell (1940) Discussion of transfer of British government accounts to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. [Formal letter]

Hull, Cordell (1940) Notice of amounts due and payable by the UK government to the US on loans. [Formal letter]

Hull, Cordell (1940) Notice of amounts due and payable by the UK government to the US on loans. [Formal letter]

Hull, Cordell (1940) Treaty between the United States and Australia. [Formal letter]

Hull, Cordell (1940) Treaty between the United States and New Zealand. [Formal letter]

Hull, Cordell (1940) US Secretary of State clarifying matters to the British Ambassador regarding the Mexican oil dispute. [Formal letter]

Hull, Cordell (1940) US State Department proposed amendments to clauses in leases on areas and facilities for US bases in the Caribbean. [Formal letter]

Hull, Cordell (1940) US confirmation that it does not object to the British setting up a postal service on the Canton and Enderbury Islands. [Formal letter]

Hull, Cordell (1940) US rejection of the Trinidad Governor's proposed construction of bases in Trinidad on technical grounds. [Formal letter]

Illegible (1940) Note on Imperial War Graves Commission. [Formal letter]

Illegible (1940) Note on Imperial War Graves Commission and burial of British soldiers. [Formal letter]

Jenkins, T. G. (1940) UK Ministry of Shipping request to Foreign Office for information regarding the "discriminatory" provisions in the US Neutrality Act. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Agreement to provide evacuation facilities in Hong Kong and the Philippines. [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) 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) 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 request to the President for the speedy transfer of promised destroyers to Halifax, Canada. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Clarence E. Gauss appointed the first US Minister to Australi. [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) 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) 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) HMG request for the US to look after British interests in Spain and Portugal. [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 (1940) HMG requests the US to protect British persons, property and interests in Italy. [Formal letter]

Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) HMG thanking US government for protecting British interests in Italy. [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) 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) 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) Notes on a telegram from the Collector of Customs in New York regarding the Neutrality Act. [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) Receipt of despatch regarding the effects of US Neutrality Act on British shipping. [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) Regarding Letter of Credence confirming R.G. Casey as Australasian Minister to the United States. [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) UK Ambassador thanking US Secretary of State for agreeing to protect British interests in Italy. [Formal letter]

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

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

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

Knox, William Franklin (1940) Future correspondence to US government regarding lease of bases should be directed through the State Department. [Formal letter]

MacLeish, Archibald (1940) Receipt of Lincoln Cathedral copy of Magna Carta at the Library of Congress. [Formal letter]

Macolm, A.C.E. (1940) Note on Imperial War Graves Commission. [Formal letter]

McCormick-Goodhart, Leander (1940) Refusal to present Lincoln Catherdral's Magna Carta to the United States. [Formal letter]

Moore, Robert Walton (1940) Proposed amendments to draft of Treaty of Establishment of Commerce, Navigation and Consular Rights between the US and India. [Formal letter]

Perowne, John Victor Thomas Woolrych Tait (1940) Details of a note by the Civil Aviation Department regarding commercial aviation uses for US bases on British territory. [Formal letter]

Ronald, Nigel (1940) Points raised regarding letter from Treasury Solicitor on British government deposits in America. [Formal letter]

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano (1940) Letter of gratitude on receipt of assumption of Office of Governor and Commander in Chief of Bahamas by Duke of Windsor. [Formal letter]

Smuts, Jan Christiaan (1940) Potential responses to Chancellor Hitler's economic peace proposal. [Formal letter]

Speed, R.W.A. (1940) Inquiry regarding British government funds deposited in neutral countries. [Formal letter]

Sproul, Allan (1940) US Secretary of Treasury discusses request by British Government to open up bank accounts. [Formal letter]

Summerlin, George T. (1940) Covering letter to message regarding the construction of a US naval base in Bermuda. [Formal letter]

Unknown (1940) Covering letter to report submitted to Congress on un-American activities. [Formal letter]

Unknown (1940) Details of Convention signing regarding the disposal of real and personal property pertaining to the Commonwealth of Australia and New Zealand governments. [Formal letter]

Unknown (1940) Draft lease agreement between HMG and US for US bases on certain areas of land and water on Trinidad. [Formal letter]

Unknown (1940) Intelligence gathering concerning icebergs in the Atlantic. [Formal letter]

Unknown (1940) Proposed trade agreement with Spain and Portugal. [Formal letter]

Unknown (1940) Specific details of US bases on Caribbean islands. [Formal letter]

Unknown (1940) State Department recognition of the British appointment of a Consul-General in New York. [Formal letter]

Unknown (1940) US State Department confirms that the US is willing to look after British interests in French North Africa. [Formal letter]

Unknown (1940) US State Department confirms that the US is willing to look after British interests in Spain and Portugal. [Formal letter]

Unknown (1940) US acknowledging that it will protect British persons, property and interests in Italy. [Formal letter]

Unknown (1940) US bases on Caribbean islands. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) Agreement to provide evacuation facilities in Hong Kong and the Philippines for civilian refugees. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) American Export Lines Steamship Excalibur and its trip to Bermuda with the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) Assurance of protection of Iceland in the eventuality of German invasion. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) Consent to Halifax succeeding Lothian as UK Ambassador to the US. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) Navy Department request for seaplane base construction on Gros Islet Bay, St. Lucia. [Formal letter]

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 (1940) Possibility of the US supplying naval and military material to Britain. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) Receipt of request for flights to take aerial photographs in the Caribbean. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) Request for flights to take aerial photographs in the Caribbean. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) Request for flights to take aerial photographs in the Caribbean. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) Request for flights to take aerial photographs in the Caribbean. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) Request for flights to take aerial photographs over British Guiana. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) Request for flights to take aerial photographs over St. Lucia. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) US State Department note regarding Britishh response to US actions regarding Pitcairn islanders. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) US Undersecretary of State discusses US Navy Department base requirements. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner (1940) US acknowledging that it will protect British persons, property and interests in Italy. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner and Hull, Cordell and Yardley, Edward and Colebrook, Mulford A. and Ronald, N. B. (1940) Covering letter and attached documents on British request to transfer government accounts to the the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. [Formal letter]

Welles, Sumner and Sproul, Allan (1940) Covering letter and US report on British owned Federal Reserve Bank accounts. [Formal letter]

Whittle, R.A. (1940) Details report made by the British High Commissioner regarding the British claim for 23 Pacific islands. [Formal letter]

Windsor, Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick (1940) Duke of Windsor takes up the Office of the Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Bahamas. [Formal letter]

Young, Hubert Winthrop (1940) Covering letter to copies of despatch relating an interview concerning US bases on Trinidad. [Formal letter]

Young, Hubert Winthrop (1940) Trinidad Governor Sir Hubert Young on his objections to US proposals for US bases on Trinidad, including proposed alternatives. [Formal letter]

House of Representatives Resolution

UNSPECIFIED (1940) Speech in the House by Representative Tinkham on his suspicions concerning the Anglo-US exchange of notes, regarding joint control of Canton and Enderbury Islands. [House of Representatives Resolution]

Randolph, Jennings (1940) Joint Resolution for the acquisition of British islands in the Caribbean and British Honduras, for the payment of UK debts to the US. [House of Representatives Resolution]

Map

Unknown (1940) Maps of Atlantic Seaboard of American and West Indies showing air communications. [Map]

Memorandum

UNSPECIFIED (1940) US Federal Reserve Note Statement listing note circulation and holdings by city. [Memorandum]

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]

R., A. (1940) Senator Clark's Motion to appoint a committee to impede propaganda. [Memorandum]

Smuts, Jan Christiaan (1940) Potential responses to Chancellor Hitler's economic peace proposal. [Memorandum]

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

Unknown (1940) Brief note with details of change of details in lease regarding where the staging point at St. George's should be placed. [Memorandum]

Unknown (1940) Details of Bermudan objections to placing the US bases on the south of the Island. [Memorandum]

Unknown (1940) Facilities enjoyed by Pan-American Airways in British territory in the Caribbean area. [Memorandum]

Unknown (1940) List of Italian officers involved in the training of the Ecuadorean Army. [Memorandum]

Unknown (1940) Newfoundland Government objects to legal jurisdiction of US military on leased bases. [Memorandum]

Unknown (1940) Report on impact of US base construction on Bermuda. [Memorandum]

Unknown (1940) Request for US to supply the British with Norden bombing sights. [Memorandum]

Unknown (1940) Specific US requirements for leasing land on Caribbean islands. [Memorandum]

Unknown (1940) Statement of amounts due from the UK government to the US from June 1933 to December 1939, and June 1940. [Memorandum]

Unknown (1940) Statement of amounts due from the UK government to the US from June 1933 to June 1940, and December 1940. [Memorandum]

Unknown (1940) Type and requirements of agreed US bases on Caribbean islands. [Memorandum]

Unknown (1940) Updates on the construction of US bases in Colonial countries. [Memorandum]

Minutes

UNSPECIFIED (1940) US Export-Import Bank loans and licences for war material for the Chinese government. [Minutes]

Ashton-Gwatkin, Frank (1940) US Export-Import Bank agrees to new loan to Chinese government of $20 million. [Minutes]

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

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Minutes on UK in Greenland. [Minutes]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Outlines US government's willingness to look after British interests in Europe. [Minutes]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) UK Embassy Chargé d'affaires and Colonel Knox discuss establishment of US bases on British territory. [Minutes]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) UK Embassy Chargé d'affaires and US Secretary of State discuss US bases on British territory. [Minutes]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) US Inter-Departmental Committee on construction of bases on British territory. [Minutes]

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

H., M. H. (1940) American and British tactics regarding the transfer of the Naval Destroyers to the British. [Minutes]

O., R. (1940) Notes on meeting with State Department regarding US trade with Chinese government. [Minutes]

R., A. (1940) The decline of the Ghadr Party in India. [Minutes]

Unknown (1940) British Embassy notes on US lease for bases in Trinidad. [Minutes]

Unknown (1940) Discussion how HMG can step back from UK Ambassador's suggestion that Pan American Airways can use US bases on British territory. [Minutes]

Unknown (1940) Minutes outlining how the UK Ambassador to US came to forwarding an inaccurate government policy regarding commercial use of US bases on British territory. [Minutes]

Unknown (1940) Points discussing correspondence with the US concerning construction of bases in Newfoundland. [Minutes]

Unknown (1940) Procedures regarding lease of land in Caribbean for US air and naval bases. [Minutes]

Unknown (1940) US naval pilots have become civilians and gone to Dutch East Indies as instructors. [Minutes]

Unknown and Butler, Neville M. (1940) Correspondence between Embassy officials concerning US Navy Department's requests for bases in Newfoundland. [Minutes]

Unknown and Curzon-Howe, L. (1940) Defining the site specifications for US bases in British Guiana. [Minutes]

Unknown and Pirie, G. C. (1940) US naval pilots have become civilians and gone to Dutch East Indies as instructors. [Minutes]

Newspaper article

Associated Press (1940) Aircraft purchased by belligerent powers can be delivered by air across American borders. [Newspaper article]

Crider, John H. (1940) Discusses US Treasury Secretary, Henry Morgenthau, Jr.'s thoughts on the US Gold stock. [Newspaper article]

Dorris N., Henry (1940) House of Representatives debates Mayne letters. [Newspaper article]

Editorial (1940) Article on the mysterious presence of Nazi minister in Philadelphia. [Newspaper article]

Editorial (1940) Assistant Secretary of State, Henry F. Grady's testimony to the House's Ways and Means Commission on gold imports and the Executive making trade agreements. [Newspaper article]

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 to have open hearings and subcommittee regarding Mexico as base for alien groups. [Newspaper article]

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

Editorial (1940) Hamilton Fish aks for inquiry on "Nazi" white book. [Newspaper article]

Editorial (1940) Inquiry demanded into Nazi propoganda. [Newspaper article]

Editorial (1940) Inter-American Bank approved with a capitalisation of $100,000,000. [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) Senate and House unanimous in granting postponement of debt payments. [Newspaper article]

Editorial (1940) Senate approves President Roosevelt's proposed amendment to the Neutrality Act. [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 Attorney General Jackson requests the Dies Committee not to tip-off any cases it refers to the Department of Justice. [Newspaper article]

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

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]

Herald Tribune Bureau (1940) Senate debates President Roosevelt's proposed amendment to the Neutrality Act. [Newspaper article]

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

Hull, Cordell (1940) Text of Cordell Hull letter on Soviet Union. [Newspaper article]

Johnson, Irving (1940) Chief Magistrate of Pitcairn disputes islanders are starving. [Newspaper article]

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

Unknown (1940) Act signed to ban arms sales to Britain from surplus stocks of the army and navy. [Newspaper article]

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

Unknown (1940) Dies committee asserts 5,000 potential saboteurs in Detroit. [Newspaper article]

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

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

Willis, L.S. (1940) Article on the mysterious presence of Nazi minister in Philadelphia. [Newspaper article]

Notes

Balfour, John (1940) Request from Colonial Office to obtain comprehensive list of Pacific islands that the US claim. [Notes]

Butler, Neville M. (1940) Notes discussing Japanese request to withdraw silver from a bank in the British Tianjin concession. [Notes]

Curzon-Howe, L. (1940) Discussion on papers to be attached to the US bases file. [Notes]

Curzon-Howe, L. (1940) Suggestion that Bermudan memorandum opposing current US plans for bases is 'too random and selfish'. [Notes]

Illegible (1940) Details on British and US correspondence regarding both claims for Pacific island sovereignty. [Notes]

Illegible (1940) Pressuring the State Department regarding the British establishment of a postal service on Canton island. [Notes]

Illegible (multiple authors) (1940) Appointment of Duke of Windsor, formerly King Edward VIII as the Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Bahamas. [Notes]

Millar, Frederick Robert Hoyer (1940) Decision to delay discussion on Pacific islands. [Notes]

Millar, Frederick Robert Hoyer and Butler, Neville M. (1940) Internal correspondence at the British Embassy regarding its attempts to obtain ten Naval Destroyers from the US. [Notes]

Unknown (1940) Draft telegram note regarding UK Embassy meeting with US Navy Department. [Notes]

Unknown (1940) Illegible. [Notes]

Unknown (1940) Senator Frederick Hale's lack of knowledge regarding the British request for Naval Destroyers. [Notes]

Press release

UNSPECIFIED (1940) Federal Reserve Note statement. [Press release]

UNSPECIFIED (1940) Statement and exchange of notes from HMG and USG on the payment of UK debts to the US. [Press release]

UNSPECIFIED (1940) Statement of condition of the twelve federal reserve banks. [Press release]

UNSPECIFIED (1940) US upcoming trip to Ottawa to negotiate a deal regarding the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Waterway project. [Press release]

Board of governors of the US Federal Reserve System (1940) Data on Federal Reserve Banks, and data on debits in federal reserve districts and numerous US city banks. [Press release]

Board of governors of the US Federal Reserve System (1940) Data on the US Federal Reserve Banking System. [Press release]

Board of governors of the US Federal Reserve System (1940) Data sheet on debits by banks in 101 leading US cities. [Press release]

Board of governors of the US Federal Reserve System (1940) Reused page to mount newspaper clippings regarding US banking issues. [Press release]

Hull, Cordell (1940) Text of letter concerning the German White Paper. [Press release]

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

Unknown (1940) Productive negotiations with Canadians regarding the joint Great Lakes St. Lawrence Waterway project. [Press release]

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

Senate Resolution

Clark, Bennett Champ (1940) Authorising investigation of activities of agents of foreign nations affecting neutrality of the US. [Senate Resolution]

Hull, Cordell (1940) Authorising investigation of activities of agents of foreign nations affecting neutrality of the US. [Senate Resolution]

Reynolds, Robert (1940) Joint Resolution for the acquisition of British islands in the Caribbean and British Honduras, for the payment of UK debts to the US. [Senate Resolution]

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano (1940) Treaty between the United States and Australia. [Senate Resolution]

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano (1940) Treaty between the United States and New Zealand. [Senate Resolution]

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]

Unknown (1940) Bermudan representatives in Washington objecting to the construction of US base. [Telegram]

Unknown (1940) British consent to begin construction of US bases in Newfoundland. [Telegram]

Unknown (1940) HMG requires clarification of US requirements on the lease agreement for US bases in Newfoundland. [Telegram]

Walyn, Humphrey T. (1940) Agreement to begin construction of US bases in Newfoundland. [Telegram]

Government legislation

Houghteling, James L. (1940) Amended interpretation of Citizenship Act of May 24, 1934 regarding minor children. [Government legislation]

House Committee on Foreign Affairs and Hull, Cordell (1940) House of Representatives report on changing the Neutrality Act. [Government legislation]

Legal document

Unknown (1940) British government lease to the US for land and water in Bermuda (version one). [Legal document]

Unknown (1940) British government lease to the US for land and water in Bermuda (version two). [Legal document]

This list was generated on Mon Oct 27 05:05:37 2014 GMT.