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Impact of suspending trans-atlantic passenger and airmail flights by British companies

Citation: Kerr, Philip Henry (1940) Impact of suspending trans-atlantic passenger and airmail flights by British companies. No Publisher. (Unpublished)

Commentary on the possible suspension of trans-atlantic passenger and airmail flights by British companies negatively impacting British prestige and enable Pan American Airways to exploits Pacific and Atlantic commercial flights. The negative impact is seen as lasting longer than the war and should be addressed by a resumption of British services.

Additional Information: Creators: Philip Henry Kerr (UK Ambassador to US); Recipients: Edward Frederick Lindley Wood (UK Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs); Writing format: Print;
Creators: Kerr, Philip Henry and
Subjects: Politics
History
Keywords: Despatch, United of States of America, United Kingdom,
Divisions: Institute of Latin American Studies
Collections: Atlantic Archive: UK-US Relations in an Age of Global War 1939-1945
Dates:
  • 27 February 1940 (completed)
References: TNA Reference: FO 115/ 3422 - Aircraft Services Transatlantic; Project Record ID: A00001540; Related Record IDs: A00001541, A00001542;

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