Conference files, lot 59 D 95, CF 102

Memorandum of Conversation, by the Secretary of State

We dined with Mr. Eden. There were present Mr. Eden, Mr. Schuman, myself, Sir William Strang, Ambassador Gifford, and Mr. Schuman’s interpreter. The conversation before and during dinner was purely social.

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After dinner I gave Mr. Eden the memorandum for which he and Mr. Churchill had asked,1 which he read and thought was most helpful. For the rest of the conversation, see separate memorandum.2

  1. The memorandum under reference here has not been further identified; regarding the meeting of Churchill and Eden with Acheson on the morning of Feb. 14, see the two memoranda by Battle, p. 39.
  2. Supra.