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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. 101 20 June 1941 - From Michael MacWhite To Joseph P. Walshe
Russo-German relations
Doc No. 102 24 June 1941 - From Denis R. McDonald To Joseph P. Walshe
Impressions of wartime life in Britain and the state of public opinion
Doc No. 103 01 July 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Ireland’s stance if invaded
Doc No. 104 01 July 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Hugh C. Brady
Broadcasts to Ireland by ‘Lord Haw Haw’
Doc No. 105 02 July 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Thomas J. Kiernan
Appointment of a Chargé d’Affaires to the Holy See
Doc No. 106 02 July 1941 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
German invasion of the Soviet Union
Doc No. 107 05 July 1941 - From Michael MacWhite To Joseph P. Walshe
Russian resistance to invading German forces
Doc No. 108 08 July 1941
British-Irish trade relations
Doc No. 109 11 July 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Instructions to counter Roosevelt’s remarks on Irish neutrality
Doc No. 110 15 July 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Summary of public assurances of Irish neutrality by Irish politicians
Doc No. 111 22 July 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To William Warnock
Establishment of United States bases in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 112 25 July 1941 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
German views on the Second World War
Doc No. 113 02 August 1941 - From Frank Aiken To Joseph P. Walshe
Opposition to the collection of funds in the United States for Ireland
Doc No. 114 05 August 1941 - From Frank Aiken
Account of mission to the United States
Doc No. 115 07 August 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Visit from Myles Dillon
Doc No. 116 07 August 1941 - From Michael Rynne To Joseph P. Walshe
Belligerent radio transmitters on neutral territory
Doc No. 117 13 August 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Thomas J. Kiernan
Difficulties in the appointment of a Minister to the Vatican
Doc No. 118 14 August 1941 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Public opinion in Germany/War in Russia
Doc No. 119 16 August 1941 - From Thomas J. Kiernan To Joseph P. Walshe
Difficulties in the appointment of a Minister to the Vatican
Doc No. 120 25 August 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
United States will not make ships available to Ireland
Doc No. 121 25 August 1941 - From Michael MacWhite To Joseph P. Walshe
Charles Bewley
Doc No. 122 27 August 1941 - From John W. Dulanty To Joseph P. Walshe
Release of Brendan Behan from Borstal in Britain
Doc No. 123 04 September 1941 - From Frederick H. Boland To Joseph P. Walshe
Telephone communications with Northern Ireland
Doc No. 124 06 September 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
United States policy towards Ireland
Doc No. 125 11 September 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To David Gray
Replies to questions from Gray on Irish neutrality and attitude to the Second World War
Doc No. 126 12 September 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To John W. Dulanty
Irish applicants to the Royal Air Force
Doc No. 127 12 September 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To John W. Dulanty
Defence of Shannon Airport
Doc No. 128 16 September 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Eamon de Valera
Dealing with Gray’s accusations
Doc No. 129 17 September 1941 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Air raids on Berlin/War in Russia
Doc No. 130 09 October 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
‘An outline of the duties of the Irish Minister to the Vatican’
Doc No. 131 14 October 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
American bases and troops in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 132 14 October 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Views of Walshe and Fr Donovan on David Gray/Cardinal MacRory’s views on Nazi Germany
Doc No. 133 20 October 1941 - From Colonel Dan Bryan
Interview with Leopold H. Kerney re Frank Ryan
Doc No. 134 20 October 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Sir John Maffey
Conversation with Maffey on Churchill’s attitude to supplying arms to Ireland
Doc No. 135 26 October 1941 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
German radio broadcasts to Ireland/War in Russia
Doc No. 136 27 October 1941 - From Department of External Affairs
Steps to be taken in the event of Irish involvement in hostilities
Doc No. 137 28 October 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To William Warnock
German aerial bombing of Irish territory
Doc No. 138 31 October 1941 - From Francis T. Cremins To Joseph P. Walshe
Paul Leon and James Joyce
Doc No. 139 01 November 1941 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
German aerial bombing of Irish territory
Doc No. 140 03 November 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Eamon de Valera
Deployment of United States forces to Northern Ireland
Doc No. 141 04 November 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To David Gray
Allegations of Irish-American Catholics as members of the Ku Klux Klan
Doc No. 142 06 November 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Protest to establishment of American bases in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 143 07 November 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
American views on the progress of the war and on Japan’s intentions
Doc No. 144 07 November 1941 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Paul Leon
Doc No. 145 12 November 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
‘The Recent Bombing of our Ships’
Doc No. 146 12 November 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Eamon de Valera
German attacks on Irish merchant shipping
Doc No. 147 15 November 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
United States’ bases in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 148 16 November 1941 - From Delia Kiernan To Kathleen O'Connell
Settling in to life in wartime Rome
Doc No. 149 21 November 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To William Warnock
Paul Leon
Doc No. 150 28 November 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Eamon de Valera
‘The Case of Mr X’ (Hermann Görtz)
Doc No. 151 02 December 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Eamon de Valera
Praise of de Valera and Ireland’s neutrality
Doc No. 152 04 December 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Eamon de Valera
‘The Case of Hermann Görtz’
Doc No. 153 05 December 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Eamon de Valera
Supply of military equipment to Ireland and view of the Dominions Office on the matter
Doc No. 154 08 December 1941 - From Winston Churchill To Eamon de Valera
‘Now or Never. A Nation once again’
Doc No. 155 Undated - From Eamon de Valera
Reaction to Churchill’s telegram
Doc No. 156 08 December 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the entry of the United States into the Second World War
Doc No. 157 10 December 1941 - From Sir John Maffey To Lord Cranborne
Reaction to Churchill’s telegram
Doc No. 158 Undated - From Eamon de Valera
De Valera’s reply to Churchill’s telegram – Proposed visit to Dublin by Lord Cranborne
Doc No. 159 17 April 1950 - From Frederick H. Boland To Maurice Moynihan
Recalls the events of the night of 8 December 1941 and the receipt of Churchill’s telegram to de Valera, seeking further information from Walshe
Doc No. 160 04 May 1950 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Frederick H. Boland
Recalls the events of the night of 8 December 1941 and the receipt of Churchill’s telegram to de Valera
Doc No. 161 10 December 1941 - From Eamon de Valera To David Gray
Acknowledges a state of war between USA and Japan
Doc No. 162 11 December 1941 - From Matthew Murphy To Joseph P. Walshe
Pearl Harbor and the reaction in San Francisco
Doc No. 163 12 December 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe
de Valera’s reply to Churchill’s telegram – Proposed visit to Dublin by Lord Cranborne
Doc No. 164 15 December 1941 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
United States reaction to de Valera’s speech on the entry of the United States into the Second World War
Doc No. 165 15 December 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Eamon de Valera
Meeting with Hempel – Irish attitudes on the entry of the United States into the Second World War
Doc No. 166 Undated - From Eamon de Valera
‘General impression of conversation with Lord Cranborne’
Doc No. 167 23 December 1941 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Adverse United States press comment towards Ireland
Doc No. 168 02 January 1942 - From John J. Hearne To Joseph P. Walshe
Churchill’s visit to Canada
Doc No. 169 05 January 1942 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Eamon de Valera
‘The Görtz Affair: German Assurances’
Doc No. 170 19 January 1942 - From John J. Hearne To Joseph P. Walshe
Canadian opinions on Irish politicians and diplomats
Doc No. 171 21 January 1942 - From John W. Dulanty To Joseph P. Walshe
Criticism of British press reports on Ireland – meeting with Lord Cranborne
Doc No. 172 23 January 1942 - From John W. Dulanty To Joseph P. Walshe
Criticism of British press reports on Ireland – meeting with Brendan Bracken
Doc No. 173 27 January 1942 - From Department of External Affairs To Irish Legations
Deployment of United States troops in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 174 27 January 1942 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Colman O'Donovan
Irish interests in the Far East
Doc No. 175 28 January 1942 - From Joseph P. Walshe
‘The Duties of Our Representatives Abroad’
Doc No. 176 28 January 1942 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
German public opinion and life in Berlin
Doc No. 177 02 February 1942 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Irish-American opinion on the deployment of United States troops to Northern Ireland
Doc No. 178 02 February 1942 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Messages being decoded
Doc No. 179 05 February 1942 - From Frederick H. Boland
‘Annual Contribution to the League of Nations’
Doc No. 180 06 February 1942 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Deployment of United States troops in Northern Ireland
Doc No. 181 09 February 1942 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Deployment of United States troops in Northern Ireland – instructions on how to respond
Doc No. 182 12 February 1942 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Seán Murphy
Deployment of United States troops in Northern Ireland – commentary on No. 190
Doc No. 183 14 February 1942 - From Louis Fitzgerald
Ireland’s annual contribution to the League of Nations
Doc No. 184 16 February 1942 - From John W. Dulanty To Joseph P. Walshe
Criticism of British press reports on Ireland
Doc No. 185 17 February 1942 - From Seán Murphy To Joseph P. Walshe
Domestic political and economic conditions in France
Doc No. 186 17 February 1942 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Eamon de Valera
Clandestine use of the German Legation radio transmitter by Hempel
Doc No. 187 24 February 1942 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Public opinion towards Ireland
Doc No. 188 24 February 1942 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Eamon de Valera
Position of British military internees held at the Curragh Camp
Doc No. 189 26 February 1942 - From Robert Brennan To Joseph P. Walshe
Discussion with Acting Secretary of State on matters relating to Ireland
Doc No. 190 27 February 1942 - From Seán Murphy To Joseph P. Walshe
Sections relating to Irish citizens in France
Doc No. 191 28 February 1942 - From Michael MacWhite To Joseph P. Walshe
Conditions in Rome
Doc No. 192 04 March 1942 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Lines of response to deployment of United States troops to Northern Ireland
Doc No. 193 24 March 1942 - From Clement Attlee To John W. Dulanty
Position of Irish citizens in Britain with regard to wartime labour regulations
Doc No. 194 24 March 1942 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Lieutenant General Peadar McMahon
Summary of aerial bombing incidents on Irish territory
Doc No. 195 31 March 1942 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Information sheets and propaganda issued by the Dublin diplomatic corps
Doc No. 196 31 March 1942 - From Michael MacWhite To Joseph P. Walshe
Conditions in Germany, Italy and the Balkans
Doc No. 197 07 April 1942 - From William Warnock To Joseph P. Walshe
Croatian Independence Day celebrations
Doc No. 198 16 April 1942 - From Joseph P. Walshe To Robert Brennan
Despatch of United States troops to Northern Ireland/Request for weapons from the United States
Doc No. 199 17 February 1942 - From Joseph P. Walshe
Transatlantic air routes from Foynes
Doc No. 200 20 April 1942 - From Joseph P. Walshe To John Leydon
David Gray

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