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(Untitled), 22 Sep 1919

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 2/106/90-93

Scope and Contents

Letter from WSC to [David Lloyd George] giving his suggested reply to the Prime Minister of Latvia. Covers Britain's provisional recognition of the independence of the Baltic States, the need for them to take concerted against the Bolsheviks, the continued military assistance to be given by the Allies to the Baltic States and the North-West Russian Army, the determination of the Supreme Council to ensure the withdrawal of German forces from Courland. Typescript copy. Sent with CHAR 2/106/89.


  • 22 Sep 1919

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4 folio(s)

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Published: Winston S Churchill : Companion Volume IV, Part 2, pp 866-7

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