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When informed that they would be trained as soldiers by the Americans, Harvard student Chok na Ranong asked if they would be considered Thai or American soliders. Seni emphasized his preference for the former. Chok suggested that they call themselves “Free Thai soldiers” to distinguish themselves from Phibun’s men. Second Secretary Luang Ditthakan interjected that the USA had indicated that it would not recognize any additional “free” movements. 56 The decision did not rest with the Thai, however, as the Americans would have the final say over the military status of any Thai volunteers they trained.
Neung satawan Suphasawat, 61 and Suphasawat to Seni, 14 May 1942, FO 371-31862-3953, PRO. “SOE Action in Thailand,” 17 June 1942 and “Summary of Svasti’s Appreciation,” 16 June 1942, HS1-70, PRO. 1 to AB/U, 6 April 1942, HS1-70, PRO. , and Seni to Snoh, 6 March 1942, F1341; Washington to London, 10 March 1942, F2491; and London to Washington, 14 April 1942, F2491/396/40 in 371-31862-3933; Mani Sanasen, “The Free Thais in England,” September 1943, HS1-72 and “Report by Major Grut on Negotiations in Washington,” HS-73, PRO, Kew; and Puey, “Temporary Soldier” in Direk, Siam and World War II, 126–27.
C. , Neung satawan Suphasawat, 225. Khap to Babbitt, 25 March 1942 and Donovan to Joint Chiefs of Staff, 16 August 1942, Reel 110, “Office of Strategic Services Microfilm Copy of Files Selected for Filming by Gen. William J. Donovan, Director of Strategic Services,” US Military History Institute, Carlisle, Barracks, PA. ” “Recommendation for Promotion,” Box 2, M. , Folder 2991, Box 172, Entry 154, RG 226, USNA; and James Grafton Rogers, Wartime Washington: The Secret OSS Journal of James Grafton Rogers, edited by Thomas Troy (Frederick, MD, 1987), 9, 14.