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In a letter to his wife, Landon wrote: The Thai were helpless to protect their own country. The British had promised nothing and were not prepared to do anything. The Thai military leaders had toured the famed Singapore base and the Malayan defenses just the week before the Japs attacked and they, if they knew how to use their eyes, could see the weakness of the British defense. And we promised them nothing. 26 Using his research position at COI as his initial base, the energetic, gregarious Landon began to establish personal connections in other government agencies, including military intelligence.

Had remarked to Treasury Secretary Henry Morgenthau: You and the Danish Minister and the President and I are building a Denmark in our heads for the time being . . we’re just arranging there’s going to be a Denmark existing somewhere . . 10 Lacking a valuable asset comparable to Greenland to bring to the table, Seni, from the first day of the war, viewed the formation of an active Free Thai movement in the USA as the best hope for gaining credit with the Allies. 11 Seni called on Berle on 11 December to express his willingness to break with his government and propose blaming the lack of Thai resistance on Premier Phibun’s treachery.

Seni’s recorded commentaries eventually aired on a monthly basis. 20 Seni had hoped the broadcasts would encourage a “spirit of resistance” and provide “encouraging news about the Allied war effort and success” at a time when there was little good news to report. ” folders, Box 3138, Entry 529; and Bookman to Barnes and West, 29 January 1942 and Bookman to Wilgus, 5 February 1942, “11/41-4/43” folder, Box 3117, Entry 494, RG 208, USNA. Interview with Rachan Kanchanawanit and Nirat Samathapan, Bangkok, July 1996.

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