REPRODUCED AT THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES
Department of state
To: Ear Department
Secretary of state,
Washington, D. V.
Treatment of British Internees.
from Japanese authorities regarding treatment of British interned in camps in
Rations. Civilian internees are object of closest
attention of competent authorities. Their rations are described as better
than rations of the Japanese troops in the vicinity of the camps, or of the
population and Japanese residents of
2.) Health... Internees receive full medical attention and doctors dispose of medicaments. General health of internees is considered good.
3.) Transmission.. In view of present difficulties of communication there is a delay in mail, but correspondence is improved.
4.) In principle visits are authorized except when unusual circumstances render it impossible.
AF.- May 4, 1943