The Acting Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Argentina (Armour)
Washington, July 31, 1941—1 p.m.
491. Your 756, July 25 , 5 p.m. and 763, July 24, 6 p.m.35 The Department would appreciate receiving by telegraph your opinion as to the feasibility of restricting Condor’s activities through control of its supply of gasoline. Reference in this connection is made to your 751, July 21, 10 p.m.,36 from which it would appear that unless the Condor planes can be operated with ordinary gasoline it should be possible to arrange an effective control of Condor’s fuel supply.