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10 July 1940 (1)
Pp 274/1/478-479 · Document · 1940.07.10
Part of Private Archives

Possible dismissal of Eugène Henri René Vigier (France) from the League of Nations, Political Section; armistice at Compiègne (France).

10 July 1940 (2)
Pp 274/1/479 · Document · 1940.07.10
Part of Private Archives

Italian and German press on J. Avenol: "La France nouvelle", "La nouvelle Europe"; French army broken up; Vichy Government unable: France will pay.

10 July 1940 (3)
Pp 274/1/480 · Document · 1940.07.10
Part of Private Archives

Pietro Stoppani at Geneva, Italian non-Fascist, ex-Director, Office of the Secretary-General, League of Nations Economic Relations Section, Economic and Financial Section; J. Avenol on P. Stoppani: a spy, anti-League of Nations; J. Avenol's pro-Fascist speech to P. Stoppani.

10 June 1936
Pp 274/1/123-124 · Document · 1936.06.10
Part of Private Archives

Senator Blavier; A. Greiser's, President of the Danzig Senate, bloomer on the Polish-Danzig Pact.

10 June 1940
Pp 274/1/441-442 · Document · 1940.06.10
Part of Private Archives

German reserves on Swiss frontier: Switzerland in danger, German concentrations in the Black Forest.

10 March 1936
Pp 274/1/98-99 · Document · 1936.03.10
Part of Private Archives

Hitler's Bombshell created consternation in Europe, follow-up of Hitler's announcement, reactions of France, Great-Britain and Poland, France has appealed to the Council of the League of Nations.

10 March 1938
Pp 274/1/236-238 · Document · 1938.03.10
Part of Private Archives

Lord Halifax, new Foreign Secretary in London further to A. Eden's resignation, on Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's speech: United Kingdom's attitude towards the League of Nations.

10 March 1941
Pp 274/1/725-728 · Document · 1941.03.10
Part of Private Archives

S. Lester, T. Aghnides and Bova Scopa, Italian Minister at Lisbon, formerly on the Italian Delegation and lately Italian Consul General in Geneva, on war; A. Eden, Foreign Minister, visited the Near East, Ankara and Athens; Goebbels announced attack on Britain; Frank Aiken, the Co-ordinating Defence Minister in Dublin, tried to get more arms from America; Colonel Donovan, a so-called unofficial American representative, who visited all the Balkan capitals, met E. de Valera in Dublin; many people expected the attack on England to be launched through Ireland.

10 March 1941
Pp 274/2/768 · Document · 1941.03.10
Part of Private Archives

M. Melas (Greece), Permanent Delegate at the League of Nations, appointed by his Government to a post in the Legation at Berne, according to S. Lester it was to be feared that this decision weakened the general position of the League of Nations' Permanent Delegates.

10 November 1939
Pp 274/1/382-386 · Document · 1939.11.10
Part of Private Archives

Real war soon: partial mobilisation in Holland, Belgium and Switzerland; curious affair in Munich: Hitler celebrated the birthday of Nazism, left quickly just before a bomb exploded, according to C. Burckhardt and J. Avenol it was the Gestapo's action to prepare opinion for ruthless war and reprisals; S. Lester's family affairs; list of members, including S. Lester, of the Honorary and Executive Committees of the "Maison internationale des étudiants"; Raymond Fosdick's letter, Rockefeller Foundation, on the United States opinion of war.