TRANSLATION OF LETTER FROM WENCESLAO CARRILLO.
8th April 1939.
Comrade Walter Citrine,
Expatriated from my country, I am living in London at the cost of a committee in which it seems to me possible to observe many Communist elements. I wish to explain my position in this respect, and I hope you will be able to tell me where, and on what day and at what time I can call on you to talk to you about these matters.
I intended to get into telephonic communication with you, but I could not manage it.
In case you do not recall me, I wish to say that I was present at the last Congress of the I.F.T.U. (the one held in London) as a representative of the U.G.T., and was General Secretary of the U.G.T. while Caballero was Minister of Labour at the inauguration of the Republic in Spain in 1931.
(signed) W. Carrillo.