June 18, 1940. Carrillo wrote to Sir Walter Citrine asking him to intervene on behalf of Largo Caballero and others whom he assumed would be handed over to Franco.
November 13, 1940. Letter from Araquistain at Oxford stating that in the "Evening Standard" that day it was reported that Caballero was going to be tried by court martial in Madrid. Asked for intervention.
November 14, 1940. Carrillo wrote to Sir Walter Citrine stating that in the press the day before Caballero had been handed over to the Spanish police and would brought up for trial.
November 15, 1940. Wrote to Lord Halifax.
November 15, 1940. Letter from Labrador, London, referring to same report.
November 21, 1940. Mr. Bevin sent letter from Edo Fimmen referring to the "Evening Standard" report.
November 27, 1940. Carrillo wrote stating he had heard that Largo Caballero has reached a place in occupied France.
November 28, 1940. Lord Halifax wrote that he would ask Ambassador to take any steps he could on Largo Caballero's behalf.
Matter was taken up with Mr. Green of the A.F.L.
November 12, 1941. Telegram received from Negrin, London, stating that Largo Caballero was in danger of being handed over to Franco by the Vichy Government, and asking for intervention.
November 14, 1941. Wrote to Mr. Eden.
December 1, 1941. Mr. Eden replied "there is no reason to credit the report that the Vichy Authorities intend to agree to the extradition of Largo Caballero to Spain. Was, however, sending instructions to the Ambassador of Madrid to act in the event of extradition taking place.
January 10, 1942. Dr. Negrin wrote to Sir Walter Citrine thanking him for the help rendered, and said that he had heard that no extradition order had been issued, and that Largo Caballero at that time was in no danger.
January 15, 1942. Letter received from Mr. Eden stating that the U.S.A had taken up the case with the Vichy Government and
obtained an assurance that Large Caballero would not be extradited to Spain.
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