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Tilley to Chamberlain, 5 May 1927, F 5532/2/10. Tilley to Chamberlain, 17 May 1927, F 5539/2/10. Tanaka's talk with Tilley, 13 May 1927, JFMA, Eikoku Shina GaikO Kankei Zassan. (Documents relating British Policy towards China). Conclusion of second meeting of the Committee on China, 26 May 1927, CAB 27/337; Hosoya, op. ) Anglo-Japanese Alienation, p. 13. Chamberlain to Tilley, 2 June 1927, F 5202/201/23. MacMurray to Kellogg, 31 May 1927, FRUS, 1927, vol. II, pp. 124-6. Kellogg's talk with Thomas Lamont, 29 September 1927, Lamont Papers.
Britain and the United States sawall of these as a challenge to the Washington System, though the former's attitude towards Japan was milder compared with that of the United States embodied in the famous Stimson doctrine of 'non-recognition'. I should like to mention briefly here several The Road to Singapore 1922-41 35 attempts at rapprochement within both Britain and Japan. The pro-Japanese group centred around Neville Chamberlain, the chancellor of the exchequer; this proposed concluding an 'Anglo-Japanese Non-aggression Pact' in 1934.
16 As for naval affairs, the policy of cooperation with Britain and the United States within the framework of the 'Washington system' , represented by such as Kato Tomosaburo and Mizuno, had constituted the mainstream inside the Japanese navy, through the preliminary disarmament negotiations at Geneva in 1928 until just after the naval disarmament conference in London in 1930. The opening of military action by Japan in Manchuria on 18 September 1931, the ensuing outbreak of the Shanghai Incident on 28 January 1932, and Japan's proclamation of Manchukuo on 1 March 1932, all of these marked Japan as a power hoping to force a change in the status quo in the Far East.