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A file of documents relating to the British government's restrictions on foreign nationals. Subjects covered in the file include international assistance to refugees from Eastern Europe; legislation regarding aliens, including immigration; restrictions on aliens aged between sixteen and sixty, including internment, a ban on private transport, and curfew hours; and requests for exemptions, the relaxation of restrictions, and the release of aliens from internment. These aliens include a Chinese naval student; Spanish nationals with British connections; French nationals; Polish refugees, including officials of the government-in-exile; German and Austrian refugees, including stateless Jews who suffered Nazi persecution; Italian nationals; Japanese officials and businessmen; Dutch nationals, including those ordered to leave coastal areas; A.R.P. personnel; Swiss nationals; and foreign clergymen. Other subjects discussed include the conscription of aliens for labour or military service; and requests for aliens to be able to work in industry during curfew hours.
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