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Reference FO 262/1395
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title To Foreign Office: Telegrams, Nos. 251-526
Description Correspondence regarding trade and shipping, Sino-Japanese relations, the employment of German officers by Japan, the exclusion of Mongolia and Manchuria from the loan consortium, discrimination from the peace treaty and the present position of Anti-Bolshevik armies following Kolchak's retreat.
Date 1919
Collection Foreign Office files for Japan, 1919-1930
Region East Asia
Countries Japan
Places Australia; Beijing; Belgium; Canada; China; Chita; Columbia; Dalian; Dutch East Indies; Egypt; France; Germany; Harbin; Hawaii; Hong Kong; Honolulu; India; Iran; Italy; Japan; Jilin; Kobe; Korea; Kyoto; London; Manchuria; Manila; Mongolia; Mukden; Nagasaki; Netherlands; New York; Omsk; Osaka; Qingdao; Saigon; San Francisco; Seoul; Shandong; Shanghai; Shenyang; Siberia; Sichuan; Singapore; Soviet Union; Sri Lanka; Taiwan; Tamsui; Thailand; Tibet; Tokyo; United Kingdom; United States; Vladivostok; Washington, D.C.; Yangtze River; Yili; Yokohama; Yunnan; Zhenjiang
People Curzon, George, 1st Marquess Curzon of Kedleston; Jordan, Sir John; Kolchak, Alexander; Korekiyo, Takahashi; Saito Takao; Semenov, Grigory; Takaaki, Katō; Yoshimichi, Hasegawa
Topics agriculture; aid; aircraft; Allies; ambassador; ammunition; amnesty; Anglo-Japanese relations; Anglo-United States relations; anti-foreign feeling; armed forces; assassination; atrocities; automobiles; Bank of Japan; banks; boycotts; business; Chinese Eastern Railway; civil disturbances; coal; commodities; communications; communism; compensation; concession; conference; consulate; cost of living; crime; currency; customs; defence; discrimination; education; elections; embargo; embassy; employment; engineers; execution; explosives; exports; finance; financial aid; fish; guns; Health; hospitals; import; independence; industry; intelligence; iron; Japanese Government; Japanese yen; judicial system; Koreans; labour; lead; League of Nations; literature; media; migration; military; military law; military occupation; mining; Minister of Foreign Affairs; missionaries; missionary; Mitsubishi Co., Ltd.; navigation; navy; oil; Open Door policy; peace conference; peace treaty; People's Liberation Army; police; population; press; priest; Prime Minister; prisoner of war; production; propaganda; protest; radio; RAF; railway; recognition; refugees; remittance; resistance; rice; riots; shipbuilding; shipping; ships; smuggling; socialism; South Manchuria Railway; surrender; tank; taxation; telegraphs; tin; trade; treaties; uniform; United Nations; war; water; weapons; women
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