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|Title||Japan and the War: peace feelers. Code 23 file 208 (to paper 4442)|
|Collection||Foreign Office files for Japan, 1931-1945|
|Places||Australia; Batavia; Burma; Canada; China; Chongqing; Chunking; Dutch East Indies; East Asia; France; Germany; Guam; Guangxi; Guangzhou; Guilin; Hangzhou; Hankou; Henan; Hong Kong; Hunan; India; Iran; Italy; Japan; Korea; London; Malaya; Manchukuo; Manchuria; Manila; Moscow; Moscow, Soviet Union; Netherlands; New Guinea; New York, United States; New Zealand; Philippines; Portugal; Seoul; Shaanxi; Shanghai; Singapore; South Africa; Soviet Union; Spain; Sri Lanka; Sweden; Taiwan; Thailand; Tokyo; Turkey; United Kingdom; United States; Washington; Wuhan; Zhenjiang|
|People||Ashley Clarke, Henry; Chiang Kai-shek; Churchill, Winston; Eden, Anthony; Foulds, L H; Hilter, Adolf; Koiso, Kuniaki; Konoe, Fumimaro; Mountbatten of Burma, Earl of (Louis Mountbatten); Mountbatten, Louis; Roosevelt, Fraklin D; Shigemitsu, Mamoru; Sterndale Bennett, John; Tōjō, Hideki; Wang Jingwei; Wood, Edward|
|Topics||aid; aircraft; Allies; ambassador; Anglo-United States relations; army; arrest; assassination; Axis; BBC; blockade; bomb; bonds; British Empire; Buddhism; business; Canton-Hankow Railway; cession (of territory); Chinese Communist Party; Chinese Nationalist Party (Kuomintang); Christianity; civil disturbances; communications; communism; Communist Party; conference; consulate; cotton; crime; currency; debt; defence; disarmament; education; embassy; employment; evacuation; finance; foreign aid; housing; Imperial Rule Assistance Association; imperialist; independence; industry; intelligence; internment; invasion; iron; Islam; Japanese Government; Japanese yen; judicial system; labour; lead; media; military; military law; military occupation; mining; Minister of Foreign Affairs; Ministry of Economic Warfare; Ministry of Information; Ministry of Welfare; National Mobilization Law; navy; neutrality; oil; Open Door policy; police; population; press; Prime Minister; production; propaganda; radio; railway; religion; resistance; revolt; revolution; rice; rubber; salt; sanctions; Secretary of State; shipping; ships; Sino-Japanese War; South East Asia Command; strikes; submarine; taxation; tea; telegraphs; tin; trade; training; treaties; uniform; United Nations; US Navy; war; weapons; wheat; women|
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