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Reference FO 371/31836
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Soviet-Japanese relations. Code 23 file 858 (papers 4538-end)
Date 1942
Collection Foreign Office files for Japan, 1931-1945
Countries Japan; Russia
Places Afghanistan; Australia; Bangkok; Batavia; Beijing; Berlin; Burma; Calcutta, India; Canada; Changchun; Chengdu; China; Chongqing; Dalian; Dutch East Indies; East Asia; France; Germany; Guandong; Guangdong; Guangxi; Guangzhou; Guizhou; Hangzhou; Hankou; Harbin; Hefei; Hong Kong; Hunan; India; Indonesia; Inner Mongolia; Iran; Italy; Japan; Java; Jehol; Korea; Kunming; Kwantung; Kwantung Leased Territory; Lisbon; London; Malaya; Manchukuo; Manchuria; Manzhouli; Mongolia; Moscow; Nanchang; Netherlands; Outer Mongolia; Poland; Saigon; Shandong; Shanghai; Sichuan; Singapore; South Africa; Soviet Union; Sri Lanka; Thailand; Thailand|Siam; Tokyo; Turkey; United Kingdom; United States; Vichy French Indochina; Wuhan; Xinjiang; Yangon; Yunnan; Zhangjiakou; Zhejiang; Zhenjiang
People Ashley Clarke, Henry; Craigie, Robert; Eden, Anthony; Hilter, Adolf; King Edward VII; King Edward VIII; King George V; King George VI; Kolchak, Alexander; Konoe, Fumimaro; Molotov, Vyacheslav; Semenov, Grigory; Stalin, Joseph; Wood, Edward
Topics aid; aircraft; aircraft carrier; Allies; ambassador; ammunition; Anglo-United States relations; anti-foreign feeling; army; Axis; bomb; business; cession (of territory); Chatham House; coal; communications; communism; Communist International (Comintern); concession; conference; consulate; currency; defence; Domei; economy; embassy; evacuation; finance; financial aid; fish; fishing; Five-Year Plan; imperialist; independence; industry; intelligence; invasion; investment; iron; Islam; Japanese Government; Japanese yen; judicial system; lead; media; memorial; military; military occupation; Minister of Foreign Affairs; Ministry of Information; Ministry of Welfare; navy; neutrality; Nichi Nichi; oil; Open Door policy; peace talks; population; press; Prime Minister; propaganda; protest; radio; railway; recognition; resistance; revolt; revolution; rice; Royal Institute of International Affairs; rubber; Secretary of State; shipping; ships; socialism; submarine; tank; telegraphs; tin; trade; training; treaties; uniform; United Nations; Vickers-Armstrongs; war; water; weapons
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