Anglo-American policy with regard to the treatment of diplomats of enemy Governments accredited to the Vatican


[1220] The Acting Representative to the French Committee of National Liberation ( Chapin ) to the Secretary of State

701.6266A/10: Telegram


[1222] The Minister in Switzerland ( Harrison ) to the Secretary of State

701.6266A/12: Telegram


[1223] The Secretary of State to the Minister in Switzerland ( Harrison )

701.6266A/12: Telegram


[1224] The British Embassy to the Department of State

701.6266A/13


[1225] The Secretary of State to the Minister in Switzerland ( Harrison )

701.6266A/12: Telegram


[1226] Mr. Harold H. Tittmann, Assistant to the Personal Representative of President Roosevelt to Pope Pius XII, to the Secretary of State

Lot 53 M 1, Miscellaneous Confidential Files 1943 and 1944: Telegram


[1229] The Acting Representative to the French Committee of National Liberation ( Chapin ) to the Secretary of State

701.0066A/7–144: Telegram


[1231] The Consul General at Algiers ( Lawton ) to the Secretary of State

701.0066A/7–744: Telegram


[1232] The Secretary of State to the Consul at Naples ( Brandt )

701.0066A/7–744: Telegram


[1233] Memorandum of Conversation by the Secretary of State

701.0065/7–1144


[1234] The British Embassy to the Department of State

701.0065/7–1144


[1235] The Department of State to the British Embassy

701.0065/7–1144


[1236] The Acting Secretary of State to the Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant )

701.6266A/7–2444: Telegram


[1237] The Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant ) to the Secretary of State

701.6266A/8–344: Telegram


[1238] The Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant ) to the Secretary of State

701.6266A/8–2344: Telegram


[1239] The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant )

701.6266A/8–2344: Telegram


[1240] The Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant ) to the Secretary of State

701.6266A/10–2444: Telegram

  1. The aide-mémoire was originally dated May 12 as indicated by an obvious erasure of the “2” and the substitution of a “7”. British references are to May 12.