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Doubts raised over US interpretation of Japanese intentions in Far East

Citation: Illegible (1941) Doubts raised over US interpretation of Japanese intentions in Far East. No Publisher, uk. (Unpublished)

Doubts raised over US interpretation of Japanese intentions in Far East. In particular, raises the attitude of Japanese government officials, aim for Japan to reach a quick agreement in order to have loopholes, and concerned that the US would negotiate with Japan regarding China without consulting the Chinese or British governments.

Additional Information: Department: UK; Creators: Illegible (UK Embassy Official to US); Recipients: Edward Frederick Lindley Wood (UK Ambassador to US); Ronald Ian Campbell (UK Embassy to US Envoy Extraodinary and Minister Plenipotentiary); Frederick Robert Hoyer Millar (UK Embassy Official to US); Writing format: Manuscript;
Creators: Illegible, and
Subjects: Politics
History
Keywords: Minutes, United of States of America, United Kingdom, Japan,
Divisions: Institute of Latin American Studies
Collections: Atlantic Archive: UK-US Relations in an Age of Global War 1939-1945
Dates:
  • 3 October 1941 (completed)
References: TNA Reference: FO 115/ 3435 - Japan-United States relations (26-50) 1941; Project Record ID: A00000945;

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