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12 March 1941 (2)
Pp 274/1/742-744 · Document · 1941.03.12
Part of Private Archives

Blockade against Germany inefficient; blockade against France dangerous.

4 April 1941 (2)
Pp 274/1/745-746 · Document · 1941.04.04
Part of Private Archives

S. Lester's letter to Makins: question of the League of Nations' immediate future and of maintening Headquarters in Europe, contrary to a few services transferred to America.

5 April 1941
Pp 274/1/746 · Document · 1941.04.05
Part of Private Archives

Attack on Yugoslavia by Germany and Italy; German offensive against Greece.

31 March 1941 (2)
Pp 274/1/748-752 · Document · 1941.03.31
Part of Private Archives

"Journal de Genève" on Yugoslavia (in French); many Irish people may still think neutrality is a protection although it is an illusion; T. Aghnides in Berne to see the "Chinese exhibition", met many legations; The New-York taxi-driver and R. Tyler's humour on A.E. Felkin, a typical Englishman, but indifferent to the outcome of the war.

Pp274/2 · File · 1941-1947
Part of Private Archives

This volume 2 of the diary of Sean Lester consists in bound copies of correspondence covering the period from 5 August 1941 to 11 April 1947, plus one letter dated 25 June 1958.

5 August 1941
Pp 274/2/756-758; (cf. p. 835) · Document · 1941.08.05
Part of Private Archives

S. Lester's personal letter (not sent) addressed to James Dillon in Berne: S. Lester never met J. Dillon, but had once an opportunity to meet his father, a great gentleman of forceful personality; S. Lester's anxieties for the future of Ireland; about Irish policy; J. Dillon, Deputy Leader of the Opposition, just made a speech in favour of Ireland joining Anglo-American circle in the war.

8 August 1941
Pp 274/2/759 · Document · 1941.08.08
Part of Private Archives

S. Lester's letter to F.T. Cremins : problem with a diplomatic bag.

16 April 1941
Pp 274/2/767 · Document · 1941.04.16
Part of Private Archives

Extract from US Radio Bulletin on the question of American bases or British bases in Ireland.

19 April 1941
Pp 274/2/768 · Document · 1941.04.19
Part of Private Archives

Telepress on Irish neutrality: Brennan, Irish Minister to the United States interviewed by the "New-York Sun".

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.