10th November, 1936.
Mr. W. Schevenels,
The International Federation of Trade Unions,
9, Avenue D'Orsay,
Dear Mr. Schevenels,
BRITISH MEDICAL UNIT IN SPAIN.
You will remember that were discussing the expenditure upon the equipment of the British Medical Unit and also in connection with the maintenance of the personnel of the Unit whilst they were in Paris.
I think the course we decided upon was that you would forward full accounts for all the money spent in this connection in order that we might pass them to the British Medical Aid Committee. In return we would secure from them a receipt for a grant of an equivalent cash amount. A further receipt will be forwarded for the £250 cheque which as sent to them in the first place in respect of the first £1,000 grant decided upon by the Joint International Committee.
With regard to the further £1,000 which was decided upon last Friday, we will hand this to them as required and secure a receipt in respect of each amount forwarded to them. I may say, however, that before handing any money over we shall require them to supply us with a statement of the accounts which are to be met and the amount of money which they have in hand.
I think you will agree that this is the most satisfactory procedure and will simplify your accounts because instead of the expenditure side containing