740.00119 Control (Austria)/11–344: Telegram
The Chargé in the United Kingdom (Gallman) to the Secretary of State
[Received November 3—6:35 p.m.]
9549. Department’s 9178, November 2, 7 p.m.96 Directive from CCS to SACMED enclosed with Department’s instruction 4535 has not been presented to the EAC.
On October 4 Strang wrote to Mr. Winant suggesting that they send Gousev identical letters summarizing the pertinent parts of that directive. Strang later withdrew this suggestion in favor of that outlined in Embassy’s 8840 (October 17, 6 p.m., Comea 113).97
- Not printed; it stated that the Department did not wish its instruction No. 4535 of September 14 (printed on page 460), presented to the European Advisory Commission (740.00119 Control (Austria)/11–244).↩
- Not printed; it reported that the British Foreign Office felt that it would be desirable to approach the Russians with a proposal that as soon as any part of Austria was occupied by any of the Allied armies, a tripartite control commission should be set up (740.00119 Control (Austria)/10–1744).↩