94. Editorial Note
Secretary of State Dulles went to Europe February 3–9 to consult with leaders of the United Kingdom, France, and the Federal Republic of Germany and Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Spaak about the settlement of the German question and the possibility of holding the Foreign Ministers meeting. Documentation on his discussions with Prime Minister Macmillan, Foreign Secretary Lloyd, and General Norstad, SACEUR, in London February 4–5; with Foreign Minister Couve de Murville in Paris February 6–7; and with Chancellor Adenauer and Foreign Minister von Brentano in Bonn February 7–8 is printed in volume VIII. For a summary of his discussions with President de Gaulle and Couve de Murville in Paris, February 6, see Document 95.