548.G1/56: Telegram

The Consul General at Hamilton (Beck) to the Secretary of State

141. For Long from Dodds. The British delegates today agreed to recommend to their Military Authorities that the possibility of using Cyrenaica as a place of refuge for Greek or Polish refugees be reexamined. It was felt that this would be a practical illustration of a mutual desire to include on an equal basis refugees of all races and nationalities. Their attitude suggested confidence approval by their Military. [Dodds.]