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A file of official correspondence, meeting minutes, and statistical data concerning the internment of enemy aliens. The documents discuss the British government's decision to permit enemy aliens released from internment to become doctors; the resignation of Victor Bulwer-Lytton, the second Earl of Lytton, from the British government's Council on Aliens; and the question of whether the families of enemy aliens who have been deported to internment camps in Australia will be permitted to travel to Australia to join them. The documents also contain the minutes of several meetings of the Council on Aliens, convened to discuss the lives of enemy aliens in internment camps in both Britain itself and the wider British Commonwealth. Other documents include a series of statistical tables outlining applications for release by German, Austrian, and Italian nationals held in British internment camps; and correspondence concerning the possibility of employing enemy aliens to teach in Britain's schools.
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