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A file of documents relating to the British government's restrictions on foreign nationals. Subjects covered in the file include exemption requests by aliens relating to entry into protected areas, freedom of movement, and internment. These aliens include Dutch nationals, including medical professionals, soldiers, businessmen, Catholic workers, a B.B.C. employee, and government officials; German political refugees from Norway; Swedish nationals; Belgian nationals, including government officials and a disabled ex-serviceman; Polish nationals, including academics; Norwegian nationals, including an expeditioner; Spanish nationals, including long-term residents in the U.K., B.B.C. journalists, and officials; Argentinian nationals; Dodecanese Italian nationals interned in Ceylon; Greek mercantile marine officers; and Soviet trade delegation officials wishing to visit their evacuated families. Other subjects discussed include meetings of the Aliens Advisory Committee, concerning exemptions for protected areas, the relief of hardships caused by the restrictions, and a review of restrictions imposed on French nationals in the event of war.
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