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A file of documents relating to the British government's restrictions on foreign nationals. Subjects covered in the file include an exemption request for an Austrian noblewoman with German citizenship; exemption requests for Jewish refugees, including a Cambridge student and a journalist; a Sudanese national's exemption request; the internment of aliens on the Isle of Wight; legislation for the exemption of French nationals; the issue of foreign fishermen at British ports; and Norway's concern for Norwegian refugees from Germany. Other subjects discussed include exemption requests for Dutch nationals, including officials, businessmen, airline staff, and soldiers; exemption requests for Belgian officials; exemption requests for Polish nationals, including officials and Red Cross volunteers; German and Austrian internees eligible for release; parliamentary debates about refugees; the internment of an Austrian doctor who worked for the British legation; the dismissal of female Hungarian domestic workers; and a Spanish Roman Catholic priest influencing French nationals.
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