Agenda Prepared by the British Delegation
August 22, 1943, 5:30 p.m.
- Proposed joint U.S.–U.K. declaration about German crimes in Poland. Polish Government has made request for this to U.S. and ourselves.
- Civil administration of liberated friendly territory in Europe. Difference between this and A.M.G.O.T. Need to make use of exiled governments.
- Convoys to Russia. To inform the Americans of line we have taken.
- Joint statement on Palestine. American proposal which we approved and want, and they have now abandoned. Can it be re-examined.
- Encouragement of fraternization with American troops in U.K. Matter was raised by Secretary of State for War. I should like authority to talk to Gen. Marshall about it.
- Policy towards Greece. The King’s appeal to President and Prime Minister.
- Recognition of French Committee of National Liberation. Our draft amended declaration.
- United Nations’ Four-power Declaration.
- Italian Surrender Terms.2
- Items 8–9 are manuscript additions on the source text.↩