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The Lone FlagMemoir of the British Consul in Macao during World War II$
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John Pownall Reeves, Colin Day, and Richard Garrett

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9789888208326

Published to Hong Kong Scholarship Online: September 2014

DOI: 10.5790/hongkong/9789888208326.001.0001

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Other Countries’ Interests

Other Countries’ Interests

(p.71) Chapter VIII Other Countries’ Interests
The Lone Flag

John Pownall Reeves

Hong Kong University Press

The British consulate had to take care of the Americans in Macao at the same time. They were mainly divided into two groups: the missionaries and the Pan-American employees. The consulate obtained some assistance from America for her citizens, but it had never been enough. Other nationals of countries with interests in Macao included the Dutch that owned harbour equipment, the Norwegian sea-captain, and the French staff member of the Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs and his family.

Keywords:   Macao Americans, Hong Kong, commercial interests, John Reeves, British Consul, citizens of Allied nations, Japanese invasion financial aid

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