|Agenda||1. The Foreign and Military Situations - Air Operations - Naval Operations: Shipping losses - Military Operations: Syria. Libya. U.S.S.R.; 2. Foreign Affairs; 3. U.S.S.R. - Denial of oil to the enemy; 4. Home Defence - Preparedness against Invasion; 5. Production - Arrangements for forthcoming debate|
|Attendees||C Attlee; J Anderson; A Greenwood; A Eden; Beaverbrook; K Wood; P Fraser; Moyne; A Sinclair; H Dalton; D Pound; A Alexander; A Duff Cooper; A Cadogan; J Dill; C Portal.|
|Department||Records of the Cabinet Office|
|Series||War Cabinet and Cabinet: Minutes (WM and CM Series)|
|Piece||(41) 65-(41) 107|
|Catalogue reference||CAB 65/19/1|
|Former reference||WM (41) 65|
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