Proposed participation of the United States in meetings of the Conference of Allied Ministers of Education 1

1. The Conference of Allied Ministers of Education was founded in October 1942. At that time the Ministers of Education of the governments in exile located in London were called together by the British Council, an agency of the British Government responsible for cultural relations with other governments. A decision was reached to form a Conference of Allied Ministers of Education for the purpose of cooperating in studying and planning for the re-establishment of normal cultural and educational life in occupied countries. At the beginning the Conference was composed of representatives from Belgium, Czechoslovakia, France, Greece, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, the United Kingdom, and Yugoslavia.


[968] The Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant ) to the Secretary of State

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[969] The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant )

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[970] The Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant ) to the Secretary of State

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[972] The Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant ) to the Secretary of State

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[974] The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant )

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[975] The Chargé in the United Kingdom ( Bucknell ) to the Secretary of State

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[976] The Chargé in the United Kingdom ( Bucknell ) to the Secretary of State

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[977] The Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant ) to the Secretary of State

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[978] The Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant ) to the Secretary of State

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[979] The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant )

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