Telegraphic Address: TRADUNIC. SOWEST. LONDON
Telephone VICTORIA 6261 _ (4 lines)
The Trades Union Congress General Council
TRANSPORT HOUSE, SMITH SQUARE. LONDON. S.W.1.
Sir Walter Citrine, K.B.E.
(To whom all communications should be address)
Our ref: WMC/WJB/AC/430
1st April 1938.
SENT TO ALL MEMBERS OF F.& G.P. Committee.
EXCEPT Mr. Elvin, who had already agreed.
I have received an urgent telegram from the Spanish T.U.C. asking us to take "decisive action in the struggle against the arms embargo". Copy of the telegram is attached herewith, together with reply,
I would like to know from you by Monday if possible, whether you would be agreeable to our endeavouring, in the present circumstances, to fix up an interview between the Finance and General Purposes Committee and Lord Halifax; the subject to be confined to the struggle in Spain and a possibility of removing the arms embargo.
Stamped Addressed Envelope.
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