F. Walters took the responsibility for the burning of Sir Eric Drummond's papers.
References to J. Avenol, E. Drummond and Frank Walters.
- Apr.-May 1969: Copie d'une lettre adressée par Frank Walters à Norman Field donnant des précisions sur sa responsabilité dans la destruction de certains papier de Drummond;
- Aug. 1919: Letter to G. Clerk referring to the Reports of the Committee to supervise the execution of the Treaty with Germany on Belgium and the Sarre Basin and Convocation of the Supreme Council by the President of the United States with the participation of the nine powers represented in the Council to legally and effectively constitute the Council.
- Apr. 1938: Note sur les conséquences découlant de la situation en Ethiopie;
- Note on the "Burckhardt story";
- Draft answers to questions regarding the Bruce Report (A.23.1939);
- Feb. 1940: Aide-mémoire on reorganisation of the technical and non-political activities of the LON;
- Commission de contrôle. Annexes à la lettre adressée le 16 août 1940 par J. Avenol au Président du Conseil sur les questions budgétaires;
- Aug. 1951: Summary of interview of J. Avenol by Stephen M. Schwebel, Permanent Representative of the World Federation of United Nations Associations to the United Nations;
- Aug. 1931: Correspondence with A. Salter, Butler, E. Drummond, Massigli, Northerner, F. Walters, Tittman, Arnal, Loveday.
Extract from: "A History of the League of Nations" by F.P. Walters, published in 1952, regarding the Stresa consultation, Poland's opposition to a Four-Power Pact, the policy of Pilsudski, Poland's desire to be among the Great Powers, the Polish-German Agreement of January 1934, Poland and the Minorities Treaty, the Nazi tyranny in Danzig, the Council and the Danzig Constitution.
Presumably the report on the work of the League of Nations during the war; F. Walters referred to the determination to make the United Nations as separate as possible from all memory of the League of Nations.
F. Walters did not recall the matter as the telegram was dated 1940.
Need for staff in London; A. Cadogan not convinced by F. Walters that it was time to set up a section of the Secretariat in London.
A bunch of letters from S. Lester to S. Jacklin: contributions from different countries to the League of Nations, radio station, voluntary contributions and tax question, current work, publication of the Statistical Yearbook, treasury precautions, position of the League of Nations in Switzerland, position of the League of Nations Acting Secretary General, political officer in London: Hill, F.P. Walters proposed.