The Anglo-American Naval Situation

Archive Report

Ramsay MacDonald, Premier of Great Britain, will set foot in New York on Friday, October 4, and will go at once to Washington. He comes to the United States in order to cement with President Hoover the naval understandings reached in the informal negotiations between their governments that have been under way since last June. The Prime Minister's visit will afford opportunity also for discussion between the heads of the two governments of Anglo-American relations generally. While some slight difference still remains between the British and American positions on the relative cruiser strength of the two countries, no attempt will be made-according to Secretary of State Stimson-to close this gap during Mr. MacDonald's visit. This final difference will be left for adjustment until the ...

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