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Electrical Trades Union
Reg. No. 640T. Approved Society 212.
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SUBJECT: International Brigade.
13th Oct., 1942.
Sir Walter Citrine,
Trades Union Congress,
Dear Sir Walter,
I am in receipt of your letter of the 8th October, and thank you very much indeed for the explanation given in your letter, and also for the excerpt from the Official Report of the House of Commons of 1st October, 1941.
We have already made a grant to the International Brigade Association on behalf of those people who are interned in the South of France, but continue to have requests from Branches that the T.U.C. Fund should make some grant.
I am interested to note that Mr. Eden in his reply stated that there were no British members of the Brigade now interned in France.
Yours sincerely, for the ELECTRICAL TRADES UNION.
Asst. General Secretary.
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