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Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Volume VII, 1941-1945

DIFP VII commences with neutrality firmly established as the central tenet of Irish foreign policy during the Second World War.

Michael Rynne, Legal Adviser at External Affairs wrote in 1942 that ''Ireland does not base her neutrality on any particular Read more...

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Doc No. 1 16 January 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Francis T. Cremins
Death of James Joyce
Doc No. 2 14 January 1941 - From Francis T. Cremins To Joseph P. Walshe
Death of James Joyce
Doc No. 3 18 January 1941 - From Francis T. Cremins To Joseph P. Walshe
Death of James Joyce
Doc No. 4 05 February 1941 - From Francis T. Cremins To Joseph P. Walshe
Circumstances of Joyce family
Doc No. 5 06 February 1941 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Situation in Berlin
Doc No. 6 11 February 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Meeting with Lord Halifax
Doc No. 7 12 February 1941 - From Michael MacWhite To Joseph P. Walshe
Circumstances of Irish Legation in Rome
Doc No. 8 21 February 1941 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
German opinion on Ireland
Doc No. 9 17 February 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
British-Irish defence co-operation
Doc No. 10 19 February 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
British attitude to Irish neutrality
Doc No. 11 20 February 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
United States attitudes to Irish neutrality
Doc No. 12 24 February 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Aiken to leave for United States
Doc No. 13 25 to 28 February 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To William Warnock
Instructions of duties in case of invasion
Doc No. 14 01 February 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Frank Aiken
The Treaty Ports and the Battle of the Atlantic Ė Britain's claims
Doc No. 15 28 February 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Frank Aiken
Propaganda and counter-propaganda in the United States
Doc No. 16 28 February 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Frank Aiken
State Department attitude towards Ireland
Doc No. 17 28 February 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
American views on the war and the possibility of United States involvement
Doc No. 18 01 March 1941 - From John W. Dulanty To Joseph P. Walshe
Conversations with MacDonald and Thomas
Doc No. 19 01 March 1941 - From SeŠn Murphy To Joseph P. Walshe
Politics and outlook in France
Doc No. 20 04 March 1941 - From Eamon de Valera To Franklin D. Roosevelt
Introducing Frank Aiken
Doc No. 21 06 March 1941 - From Frank Aiken To Colonel Bill Donovan
Meeting with Colonel Donovan and discussion on Irish neutrality
Doc No. 22 07 March 1941 - From Colonel Liam Archer To Joseph P. Walshe
Clissmann-Mulcahy-Kerney correspondence
Doc No. 23 10 March 1941
British-Irish defence co-operation
Doc No. 24 14 March 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
de Valera's DŠil statement on British-Irish relations
Doc No. 25 15 March 1941 - From Department of External Affairs To Robert Brennan
Aiken's United States mission
Doc No. 26 18 March 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Eamon de Valera
Enquiry from Maffey on radio transmitters and on Hans Marschner
Doc No. 27 19 March 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Ireland's financial contribution to the League of Nations
Doc No. 28 20 March 1941 - From James J McElligott
Membership of the League of Nations
Doc No. 29 21 March 1941
Financial contribution to the League of Nations
Doc No. 30 21 March 1941 - From John W. Dulanty To Joseph P. Walshe
The Focke-Wulf Condor/Radar
Doc No. 31 26 March 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Aiken's meeting with Sumner Welles
Doc No. 32 26 March 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Instructions for Aiken
Doc No. 33 27 March 1941 - From Colonel Liam Archer To Oscar Traynor
Defence Forces officers' visit to RAF in Belfast
Doc No. 34 29 March 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Discussion with Maffey on military matters relating to British-Irish relations
Doc No. 35 01 April 1941 - From Colonel Patrick Mulcahy
Discussion with Air Commodore Carr
Doc No. 36 01 April 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Progress of Aikenís mission
Doc No. 37 02 April 1941 - From Denis Devlin
Meeting between Aiken and Acheson
Doc No. 38 07 April 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Meeting between Aiken and Roosevelt
Doc No. 39 08 April 1941 - From John A. Belton To Joseph P. Walshe
Lunch given by de Valera to Menzies
Doc No. 40 10 April 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Meeting between Aiken and Roosevelt
Doc No. 41 12 April 1941 - From Colonel Patrick Mulcahy To Colonel Liam Archer
Conversation with RAF personnel visiting Baldonnel
Doc No. 42 17 April 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Eamon de Valera
Luftwaffe air raids on Belfast
Doc No. 43 18 April 1941 - From John W. Dulanty To Joseph P. Walshe
Position of Irish nationals in Britain under emergency powers regulations
Doc No. 44 19 April 1941 - From Colonel Liam Archer To Major General Dan McKenna
Discussion with Pryce over British-Irish defence measures and the defence of Ireland
Doc No. 45 21 April 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Conversation with Maffey on the war situation and air raids on Belfast
Doc No. 46 22 April 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
American pressure on Ireland
Doc No. 47 22 April 1941 - From Department of External Affairs To Robert Brennan
Progress of Aikenís American mission
Doc No. 48 23 April 1941 - From John W. Dulanty To Joseph P. Walshe
Conversation with Sir Robert Menzies
Doc No. 49 28 April 1941 - From Eamon de Valera
Meeting with Gray Ė American pressure on Ireland
Doc No. 50 29 April 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Difficulties facing Aikenís American mission
Doc No. 51 01 May 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Difficulties facing Aikenís American mission
Doc No. 52 01 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Advice from Dublin on Aikenís American mission
Doc No. 53 02 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Advice from Dublin on Aikenís American mission
Doc No. 54 02 May 1941 - From John Leydon To Joseph P. Walshe
British-Irish trade and shipping relations
Doc No. 55 05 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Francis T. Cremins
Financial position of family of James Joyce
Doc No. 56 06 May 1941
Arming of Irish merchant shipping
Doc No. 57 06 May 1941 - From John W. Dulanty To Joseph P. Walshe
German air raids on Liverpool and Greenock
Doc No. 58 08 May 1941 - From John W. Dulanty To Joseph P. Walshe
Churchillís inner circle/views on the war effort
Doc No. 59 08 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Attacks by David Gray on Irish neutrality
Doc No. 60 13 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
United States pressure on Ireland to abandon neutrality
Doc No. 61 13 May 1941 - From John A. Belton To Thomas J. Kiernan
Opening of Iveagh House
Doc No. 62 17 May 1941 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Rudolf Hess
Doc No. 63 17 May 1941 - From Kathleen O'Connell To David Gray
De Valeraís disagreement with Grayís view on Irish neutrality
Doc No. 64 20 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Hugh C. Brady
German radio broadcasts to Ireland/Edouard Hempel
Doc No. 65 20 May 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Progress of Aikenís American mission
Doc No. 66 21 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Irish shipping requirements
Doc No. 67 21 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Proposed introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 68 22 May 1941 - From John W. Dulanty To Joseph P. Walshe
Meeting with Churchill over planned introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 69 22 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Proposed introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 70 23 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Dulantyís meeting with Sinclair over planned introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 71 23 May 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Proposed introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 72 23 May 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Proposed introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 73 24 May 1941
Proposed introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 74 24 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Dulantyís meeting with Beaverbrook over planned introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 75 24 May 1941 - From Eamon de Valera To Archbishop Daniel Mannix
Proposed introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 76 24 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Assistance given by Ireland to Britain in relation to the waging of the Second World War
Doc No. 77 25 May 1941 - From Eamon de Valera To David Gray
Meeting with Gray over the proposed introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 78 26 May 1941 - From John W. Dulanty To Joseph P. Walshe
De Valeraís message to Churchill over the proposed introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland and Churchillís response
Doc No. 79 26 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
De Valeraís message to Churchill over the proposed introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland and Churchillís response
Doc No. 80 27 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Dulantyís meeting with Bevan over planned introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 81 27 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland dropped
Doc No. 82 28 May 1941 - From John J. Hearne To Joseph P. Walshe
Canadian involvement in conscription crisis
Doc No. 83 30 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To John J. Hearne
Canadian involvement in conscription crisis
Doc No. 84 30 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
American assurances to Ireland over Irish neutrality
Doc No. 85 30 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Leopold H. Kerney
Transatlantic air services
Doc No. 86 31 May 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
German air raid on Dublin (North Strand)
Doc No. 87 02 June 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To William Warnock
Protest to German government over Luftwaffe bombing of Dublin
Doc No. 88 03 June 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Request for purchase of ships and a supply of arms from the United States
Doc No. 89 04 June 1941 - From John J. Hearne To Joseph P. Walshe
Canadian involvement in conscription crisis Ė role of Mackenzie King
Doc No. 90 05 June 1941 - From John J. Hearne To Joseph P. Walshe
Canadian involvement in conscription crisis Ė role of Mackenzie King
Doc No. 91 05 June 1941 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
German inquiry into the North Strand bombing
Doc No. 92 07 June 1941 - From Eamon de Valera To Archbishop Daniel Mannix
Proposed introduction of conscription in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 93 09 June 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Eamon de Valera
Resumption of transatlantic air services
Doc No. 94 10 June 1941 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
German inquiry into the North Strand bombing
Doc No. 95 13 June 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Kees van Hoek
Public profile of the Department of External Affairs
Doc No. 96 14 June 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To William Warnock
Emergency instructions to Legation due to war situation
Doc No. 97 16 June 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert C Ferguson
Defensive arming of Irish merchant shipping
Doc No. 98 17 June 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
United States intentions regarding entry into the Second World War
Doc No. 99 17 June 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Request that Aiken return to Ireland
Doc No. 100 19 June 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
German apology over North Strand bombing

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