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Inter-Allied Meeting Held in London at st. James"s Palace on September 24, 1941

Gt. Britain. Secretary of State For Foreign Affairs.

Inter-Allied Meeting Held in London at st. James"s Palace on September 24, 1941

Report of Proceedings.

by Gt. Britain. Secretary of State For Foreign Affairs.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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Seriesgt. Britain Secretary of State For Foreign Affairs Miscellaneous no -- 41-03
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Open LibraryOL21780015M

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The above named gentlemen called, at my request. They thereupon signed the Declaration by United Nations, 50 in my presence and in the presence of Mr. Carlton Savage. The Polish Ambassador said he had instructions to call to the attention of this Government, at time of signing, the declaration made by his Government under date of Septem ; 51 he would embody this in a note.   Titles read: "INTER-ALLIED CONFERENCE IN LONDON". London. Various shots around a conference table at St James' Palace of the representatives of nine countries that have been overrun by the Axis.


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