Secrecy, sabotage, and aiding the resistance: how Anglo-American co-operation shaped World War Two Volumes

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Britain and the US in India, 1940-1946

The United States and the United Kingdom each had operations in India; these records cover both operations and the liaison between the two. Summary reports and policy documents provide context for these operations. Directives, targets and reports on propaganda also reveal the background to these operations. The fall of Singapore...

  • Contributor:  The National Archives
  • Reference:  73358E
  • Subjects:  Intelligence, Government, Ww2, Warfare, Usa, British, Diplomacy, Intelligence, Government, Ww2, Warfare, Usa, British, Diplomacy
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Britain and the US in the Middle East, 1941-1945

These papers combine strategic planning with details of operations. They cover the sabotage of enemy shipping and US activities in Syria and Turkey. Policy documents cover economic warfare and strategic policy.

  • Contributor:  The National Archives
  • Reference:  73358F
  • Subjects:  Intelligence, Government, Ww2, Warfare, Usa, British, Diplomacy, Colonial, Intelligence, Government, Ww2, Warfare, Usa, British, Diplomacy, Colonial
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Britain and the US in South and Central America, 1940-1946

Britain was concerned to find that supplies likely to aid its enemies were passing through ports in South and Central America. These records cover how the Ministry of Economic Warfare responded to these enemy firms. The UK also sent a diplomatic and commercial mission to South America which is included...

  • Contributor:  The National Archives
  • Reference:  73358G
  • Subjects:  Intelligence, Government, Ww2, Warfare, Usa, British, Diplomacy, Intelligence, Government, Ww2, Warfare, Usa, British, Diplomacy
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Britain and the US in the Far East (excluding China), 1940-1946

Some of the French forces rejected the 1940 Armistice. Led by Charles de Gaulle, the Free French fought Germany's allies from French Indochina. French Indochina included Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. These papers reveal how UK and US forces operating in Malaysia, Thailand, and Myanmar worked with the Free French to...

  • Contributor:  The National Archives
  • Reference:  73358H
  • Subjects:  Intelligence, Government, Ww2, Warfare, Usa, British, Diplomacy, Intelligence, Government, Ww2, Warfare, Usa, British, Diplomacy
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