Found in 145 Collections and/or Records:
Telegram from WSC to Anthony Eden [later Lord Avon, Foreign Secretary] (Washington [United States]) marked "Personal and Top Secret" informing him of the latest plans for Field Marshal Sir Bernard Montgomery [Commander 21st Army Group] to take Lubeck [Germany]; the advance to Linz [Austria]; and for the Americans to take the region south of Stuttgart [Germany] where the main German "TA" [Tube Alloy, the atomic bomb] research is concentrated. Despatched on 19 April.
Telegram from WSC to President Roosevelt marked "Personal and Top Secret" stating that he would like Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson [Representative of the British Chiefs of Staff in Washington, United States] to succeed Field Marshal Sir John Dill on the Combined Policy Committee on "Tube Alloys" [codename for atomic research]. Photocopy.
Telegram from President Roosevelt to WSC marked "Personal and Top Secret" stating that he is delighted to have Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson [Representative of the British Chiefs of Staff in Washington, United States] on the Combined Policy Committee [on atomic research]. Photocopy.
Telegram from WSC (Quadrant [Quebec Conference, Canada]) to Sir John Anderson [later 1st Lord Waverley] (Lord President of the Council) informing him that the articles of agreement regarding Tube Alloys [the atomic bomb] has been signed by him and President Roosevelt and informing him of those who have been named as representatives on the Combined Policy Committee. Copy.
Telegram from WSC to Sir John Anderson [later 1st Lord Waverley] (Lord President of the Council) regarding tube alloys [atomic bomb research] stating that he is receiving personal assurances but that it is thought better not to send any instructions by telegraph from there.
Telegram from WSC (Washington [United States]) to Sir John Anderson [later 1st Lord Waverley, Lord President of the Council] marked "Most Secret and Personal" regarding tube alloys [atomic bomb research] and commenting that his conversation with President Roosevelt was satisfactory.
Letter from WSC to Mackenzie King [Prime Minister of Canada] enclosing for his most secret information a copy of the signed Articles of Agreement governing collaboration between the authorities of the United States and Britain on the subject of Tube Alloys [Atom Bomb Research] and informing him that President Roosevelt has accepted his suggestion that Mr Howe joins them on the Combined Policy Committee as a representative of Canada Signature in typescript. Copy.
Copy of a letter from WSC to [Dwight Eisenhower, President of the United States] marked "private and secret" in which he discusses his need to do his duty; explains that he is not seeking a "dramatic exit" but feels that East-West liaison through Foreign Offices will not produce a decisive result; and explains the reasons for his belief that there should be a summit meeting between himself, [Eisenhower], and the new leaders of the Soviet Union. Unsigned typescript.
Copy of a telegram from WSC to Dwight Eisenhower, President of the United States, with a draft of a proposed personal message from WSC to [Vyacheslav] Molotov [Soviet Foreign Minister] suggesting that he visits Moscow, because of the illness of [Anthony] Eden [later 1st Lord Avon], in order to "restore an easy and friendly basis" between the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union. Carbon typescript.
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.