A file of documents relating to the British government's restrictions on foreign nationals. Subjects covered in the file include exemption requests for United States diplomats with British connections; exemption requests for French nationals, including A.R.P. personnel; exemption requests for Cuban nationals not in nationally important industries, including a bandleader; exemptions for Egyptian nationals, including a medical student and a diplomat; exemption requests for the Catholic clergy; exemption requests for Norwegian nationals; and exemption requests for Swiss nationals with British connections. Other subjects discussed include alien restrictions, including a ban on private vehicles and entry to protected areas; refunds for car tax; an exemption request for a Czechoslovak farmer; exemptions for seamen of British-affiliated ships, including shore leave; the release of a Romanian Jew from internment; the release of Italian nationals of Greek origin from internment; and the use of Italian nationals loyal to the U.K. as B.B.C. propaganda.
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