Documents Relating to New Zealand's Participation in the Second World War 1939–45: Volume III
282 — The Prime Minister to the New Zealand Minister, Washington
The Prime Minister to the New Zealand Minister, Washington
Your telegram of 6 May. Our first reactions are generally favourable to Admiral's King's suggestion, but if in the interests of strategy or efficiency it is considered better that New Zealand troops should remain in Fiji, we should like it made clear that we are entirely willing that they should do so. We should be glad of further details as they become available.