JMAS-42 Allied SuppliesDocuments from 18 October 1938 to 05 January 1941
Content and Structure
Material relating to Jean Monnet's attempts to procure aircraft from the US to fight the war, includes: memorandum from Harry Dexter White, Treasury Dept. to Morgenthau expressing disquiet at plans for air-craft factories in Canada, with text of proposal detailing advantages and disadvantages,- letter of resignation from Monnet to Winston Churchill, British PM, from position of the Chairman of the Anglo-French Co-ordinating Committes, places services at disposal of the British Government, Churchill replies by asking him to work with British Purchasing Commission
letter from Monnet to Morgenthau thanking him on behalf of France and GB for his role in getting armaments to allies and help in procuring planes for 1941.
Conditions of Access and Use
The originals are held in various Archives and Presidential Libraries in the USA