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Notes on UK Embassy Official's conversation with Japanese Ambassador to US regarding US-Japanese negotiations

Citation: Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley (1941) Notes on UK Embassy Official's conversation with Japanese Ambassador to US regarding US-Japanese negotiations. No Publisher, usdc. (Unpublished)

Notes on UK Embassy Official's conversation with Japanese Ambassador to US regarding US-Japanese negotiations. It includes Japanese reluctance to withdraw troops from Mongolia and North China for fear that its nationals and traders would receive 'bad treatment' from the Chinese, and commentary that the British and the US had 'no desire' to 'pick trouble' with Japan.

Additional Information: Department: UK; Creators: Edward Frederick Lindley Wood (UK Ambassador to US); Writing format: Print;
Creators: Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley and
Subjects: Politics
History
Keywords: Despatch, United of States of America, United Kingdom, Japan, China, Mongolia,
Divisions: Institute of Latin American Studies
Collections: Atlantic Archive: UK-US Relations in an Age of Global War 1939-1945
Dates:
  • 28 October 1941 (completed)
References: TNA Reference: FO 115/ 3436 - Japan-United States relations (51-75) 1941; Project Record ID: A00000956;

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