125.981/70: Telegram

The Chargé in Germany (Kirk) to the Secretary of State

1634. Department’s 605 [665], October 7, 4 p.m.26 As German authorities may shortly complete arrangements for return to Warsaw of foreign representatives formerly established there I recommend that Haering and Birkeland27 be authorized to proceed there as soon as such arrangements have been made. It has been so far impossible for the Embassy to communicate directly with Chylanski and the presence of Haering and Birkeland in Warsaw should facilitate that matter as well as expedite the protection of American property and assistance to American citizens in Warsaw. Reply urgent28

  1. Not printed.
  2. Carl Birkeland, American Vice Consul at Warsaw.
  3. Department’s telegram No. 695, October 11, 7 p.m., to the Ambassador in Germany, stated that Haering and Birkeland Should proceed to Warsaw.