18th February, 1938.
M. Gudell, Esq.,
Confederación Nacional del Trabajo
Federación Anarquista Ibérica,
Via Durruti 32,
In response to the request contained in your letter of the 5th February, I have pleasure in sending herewith the mailing list of British Labour Journals.
We are anxiously following the great struggle that the workers of Spain are now bravely carrying on against the Rebel forces, for we recognise that the outcome will, in the end, materially influence the Trade Union and Labour Movements of all other countries. We look forward with confidence to the time when the rebels will eventually be overcome, though it may still, unfortunately, entail the loss of the valuable lives of many of our fellow workers in your country.
We were pleased to learn that through the good offices of the International Federation of Trade Unions the division in the Union General de Trabajadores de Espana has been healed and that we can still keep contact with them as the officially recognised Trade Union organisation of Spain. We understand that your Confederacion has been willing to come to some agreement with a view to co-operating with the U.G.T., and we hope that when we see