Truman Papers

No. 1153
Memorandum by the Assistant Secretary of State (Dunn)1

Would it2 be appropriate for the Polish Government officials to be jointly notified of the decision on the Polish boundary. You might have one representative of each of the three to do it here.

J[ames] C[lement] D[unn]
  1. This paper is a manuscript note in pencil which Dunn apparently passed to Byrnes in the course of the Eleventh Plenary Meeting, July 31 (see ante, p. 528), and which Byrnes, with the change described in footnote 2, infra, apparently passed on to Truman with the manuscript notation, “from Dunn”.
  2. Byrnes amended the first sentence by hand to read: “Would it not”.