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The National Union of Railwaymen
ASSISTANT GENERAL SECRETARY
Your Ref WMC/FC/EK/353
IN YOUR REPLY REFER TO 0/15/5
18th DECEMBER 1939
Sir Walter Citrine, K.B.E.,
Trades Union Congress,
Smith Square, London. S.W.1.
Dear Sir Walter,
BRIDLINGTON CONGRESS RESOLUTION NO. 50 -
INTERNATIONAL DEPENDANTS' AID MEMORIAL TRUST.
With further reference to your letter of the 23rd ultimo, I desire to say that your letter was submitted to my Executive Committee at their meeting last week, and for your information the following is the terms of their decision: —
'Referring to Decision No. 1080, June, 1939, and having now had a reply from the T.U.C. General Council that they have decided to take no action in the matter, this E.C. notes such decision.'