Interest of the United States in the situation in India; mission of William Phillips as personal representative of the President 1

1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. iv, pp. 178 231.

[For statement, “United States Objectives in India and the Far East,” made on February 1 by President Eoosevelt, regarding the presence of American troops in India, see Department of State Bulletin, February 5, 1944, page 145.]


[238] The Officer in Charge at New Delhi (Merrell) to the Secretary of State

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[239] The Officer in Charge at New Delhi (Merrell) to the Secretary of State

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[240] The Officer in Charge at New Delhi (Merrell) to the Secretary of State

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[241] Memorandum by the Secretary of State to President Roosevelt

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[242] The Secretary of State to the Officer in Charge at New Delhi (Merrell)

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[243] The Secretary of State to the Officer in Charge at New Delhi (Merrell)

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[244] The Officer in Charge at New Delhi (Merrell) to the Secretary of State

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[245] The Ambassador in the United Kingdom (Winant) to the Secretary of State

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[246] The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in the United Kingdom (Winant)

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[249] The Acting Secretary of State to the Ambassador in the United Kingdom (Winant)

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[250] The Acting Secretary of State to the Ambassador in the United Kingdom (Winant)

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[251] Memorandum of Conversation, by the Acting Secretary of State

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[253] Memorandum by the Secretary of State to President Roosevelt

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