215. Editorial Note

Between his appointment as Prime Minister on April 6, 1955, and his resignation on January 9, 1957, Sir Anthony Eden sent at least 78 letters to President Eisenhower, and received 62 letters in return. This correspondence covered every major international problem. Many letters dealing with a single subject are printed in the relevant compilations of the Foreign Relations series; several of those which deal with more than one topic are printed in this compilation. The originals of Eden’s letters and copies of the President’s, as well as an index of the whole correspondence, are in the Eisenhower Library, Whitman File, International File. Copies of many of the letters are in Department of State, Presidential Correspondence: Lot 66 D 204.