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International cooperation

 Subject
Subject Source: UK Archival Thesaurus

Found in 157 Collections and/or Records:

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(Untitled), 05 April 1953

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHUR 6/3A/124
Scope and Contents

Telegram from WSC to Dwight Eisenhower, President of the United States, marked "personal and private" on the improvement in the Soviet "mood" and the need for continued vigilance and defensive rearmament; explaining that the British Ambassador to the Soviet Union [Sir William Hayter] has been instructed to settle minor points with the Soviets; and the need for close co-operation. Typescript.

Dates: 05 April 1953
Conditions Governing Access: Open
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(Untitled), 22 Jul 1954

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHUR 6/3B/176-180
Scope and Contents Copy of a letter from "Ike" [Dwight Eisenhower, President of the United States] (The White House) to WSC marked "eyes only- top secret" in which he reflects on WSC's desires to make a joint pronouncement; to transfer responsibility to his successor [Anthony Eden, later 1st Lord Avon]; and to achieve a recognisable milestone towards peace which [Eisenhower] feels lies behind WSC's attempts to meet [Vyacheslav] Molotov [Soviet Union Foreign Minister]. He suggests that WSC might make a speech...
Dates: 22 Jul 1954
Conditions Governing Access: Open
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(Untitled), 25 Apr 1953

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHUR 6/3B/209-210
Scope and Contents

Copy of a letter from "Ike" [Dwight Eisenhower, President of the United States] (The White House, Washington) to WSC marked "top secret" thanking him for his comments on his speech. He feels that they should not rush the next step with the Soviet Union and should delay seeking a Four Power summit or personal contact, although he asks for as much notice as possible should WSC seek personal contact "for some special and local reason." Typescript.

Dates: 25 Apr 1953
Conditions Governing Access: Open
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(Untitled), 07 Jul 1954

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHUR 6/3C/234-235
Scope and Contents Copy of a letter from "Ike" [Dwight Eisenhower] President of the United States to WSC commenting "You did not let any grass grow under your feet"; asking for advance notice of any public announcement about WSC's personal message to the Soviet Union; discussing a possible statement by Eisenhower; emphasising the importance of delicate handling to avoid the impression that Eisenhower had sanctioned the approach, or that there was disagreement between the United Kingdom and the United States....
Dates: 07 Jul 1954
Conditions Governing Access: Open
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(Untitled), 09 Feb 1954

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHUR 6/3C/241-242
Scope and Contents

Copy of a letter from "Ike" [Dwight Eisenhower, President of the United States] (The White House, Washington} to WSC marked "personal" expressing pleasure at WSC's good health; commenting on outbursts by [Vyacheslav] Molotov [Soviet Union Foreign Minister]; the importance of unity between free nations; and future history and legacy of leaders. Typescript.

Dates: 09 Feb 1954
Conditions Governing Access: Open
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War Cabinet Paper, 08 Dec 1940

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 23/4/11
Scope and Contents Printed copy of a letter from WSC to President Roosevelt setting out the prospects for 1941 covering various subjects including: shared interests between Great Britain and the United States; the importance of sea and air power against Germany; reassurance about not requesting a large expeditionary army from the United States; the crucial importance of shipping to feed people and transport munitions and armies; shipping losses; battleship strength; the dangers posed by the Vichy French...
Dates: 08 Dec 1940
Conditions Governing Access: Open
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WSC's tribute to President Roosevelt, 17 Apr 1945

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 9/167/206-207
Scope and Contents Printed copy from Hansard recording WSC's tribute on the death of President Roosevelt covering: the start of his friendship with Roosevelt when the President invited WSC to correspond with him; their correspondence of over 1,700 messages, 9 meetings and 120 days of close physical contact; his admiration and affection for Roosevelt; Roosevelt's courage about his physical affliction and 'agony' at the fall of France; a letter from Roosevelt brought to WSC by Wendell Wilkie in which Roosevelt...
Dates: 17 Apr 1945
Conditions Governing Access: Open