No. 95 NAI DFA 19/13
Geneva, 26 July 1932
A member of the British Delegation last week mentioned to me, apropos of an inquiry if the President himself would come to Geneva, that he had made a striking impression 'in quarters where it would be least expected', during the recent conversations. I inquired and was told my informant referred to Lord Hailsham, 'one of the strongest of the ?diehards?'.
[signed] Seán Lester
The Royal Irish Academy's Documents on Irish Foreign Policy series has published an eBook of confidential correspondence on the 1921 Anglo-Irish Treaty negotiations.
The international network of Editors of Diplomatic Documents was founded in 1988. Delegations from different parts of the world met for the first time in London in 1989.
Read more ....