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Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Volume VI, 1939-1941

Documents in Irish Foreign Policy, Volume VI, illustrates, in a unique manner unavailable in any other history of the period, the threats Ireland faced during the first years of the Second World War. It shows how Minister for External Affairs Eamon de Valera, Secretary of the Read more...

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Doc No. 377 01 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To John Hearne
Explaining Ireland’s wartime stance to Irish-Canadians
Doc No. 378 02 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To William Warnock
Bombing by German aircraft of Irish territory
Doc No. 379 03 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
German request to increase Dublin legation staff
Doc No. 380 03 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Bombing by German aircraft of Irish territory
Doc No. 381 03 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To William Warnock
Bombing by German aircraft of Irish territory
Doc No. 382 04 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Bombing by German aircraft of Irish territory
Doc No. 383 06 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Colman O'Donovan
Bombing by German aircraft of Irish territory
Doc No. 384 06 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
German request increase Dublin legation staff
Doc No. 385 06 January 1941 - From Sean Murphy To Leopold H. Kerney
Treatment of Irish citizens in German-occupied territory
Doc No. 386 06 January 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Meeting with Krock re Irish neutrality and the ports/Joseph Kennedy prepared to visit Ireland
Doc No. 387 07 January 1941 - From Francis T. Cremins To Sean Murphy
Lucia Joyce
Doc No. 388 07 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Need for frequent reports from France
Doc No. 389 07 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Bombing by German aircraft of Irish territory
Doc No. 390 07 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
German request increase Dublin legation staff
Doc No. 391 07 January 1941 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Bombing by German aircraft of Irish territory
Doc No. 392 09 January 1941 - From Colman O'Donovan To Joseph P. Walshe
Statement by Rector of Irish College, Rome
Doc No. 393 13 January 1941 - From Sean Murphy To Joseph P. Walshe
Need for frequent reports from France
Doc No. 394 13 January 1941 - From Sean Murphy To Francis T. Cremins
James Joyce/Lucia Joyce
Doc No. 395 13 January 1941 - From Frederick H. Boland To Thomas J. Coyne
Attitude to Italian Minister towards Irish press
Doc No. 396 16 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To William Warnock
German intentions towards Ireland
Doc No. 397 16 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Peadar MacMahon
Emergency planning regarding possible invasion of Ireland
Doc No. 398 17 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Gray’s views on American attitude towards Ireland
Doc No. 399 20 January 1941 - From Sean Murphy To Joseph P. Walshe
Internal political events in France
Doc No. 400 20 January 1941 - From Francis T. Cremins To Sean Murphy
Death of James Joyce/position of Lucia Joyce
Doc No. 401 21 January 1941 - From Frederick H. Boland
Matters arising should Ireland be involved in hostilities
Doc No. 402 22 January 1941 - From Maurice Moynihan
Matters arising should Ireland be involved in hostilities
Doc No. 403 22 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Raising of a loan for Irish government in USA
Doc No. 404 23 January 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Possibility of American entry into war
Doc No. 405 23 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Sean Murphy
Position of French Commercial Attaché
Doc No. 407 24 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Michael MacWhite
Necessity for more reports on conditions in Italy
Doc No. 408 28 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Matters arising should Ireland be involved in hostilities
Doc No. 409 01 January 1941 - From Michael Rynne
Invasion of Ireland
Doc No. 410 28 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Transshipment and neutrality
Doc No. 411 29 January 1941 - From Michael MacWhite To Joseph P. Walshe
Italian attitude towards Ireland
Doc No. 412 30 January 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
United States attitude towards Irish loan and Lend-Lease
Doc No. 413 30 January 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
United States attitude towards Irish loan and Lend-Lease
Doc No. 414 30 January 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
United States attitude towards Irish loan and Lend-Lease
Doc No. 415 30 January 1941 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Bombing by German aircraft of Irish territory
Doc No. 416 30 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Bombing by German aircraft of Irish territory
Doc No. 417 30 January 1941 - From John Dulanty To Joseph P. Walshe
British attitudes towards Ireland have changed for the worse/British food supplies

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