27th November, 1937.
Committee for International Aid, Paris.
Mr. SQUANCE'S SECRETARY telephoned, and said they had received a communication from a body called the Committee for Interntional Aid, Paris asking for help in connection with Spain and China - and wished to know whether we knew of this body, and what our attitude to it was.
I enquired of International Department, and informed Mr. Squance's Secretary that the Council had taken a decision that we should not communicate with all these bodies that were springing up, because they wished all help to be centralised through the I.F.T.U. and moreoever there was some doubt about the genuineness of some of the bodies.
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