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February 29, 1944

Message Received from British Ambassador

Joseph Stalin and British Ambassador, Clark Kerr, discuss the future of the Polish government and Stalin's feeling about the Polish government in London.

June 16, 1990

National Intelligence Daily for Saturday, 16 June 1990

The CIA’s National Intelligence Daily for Saturday, 16 June 1990 describes the latest developments inThe CIA’s National Intelligence Daily for 1 December 1989 describes the latest developments in Romania, USSR, Iran, UK and Poland.

January 20, 1959

Code Message No. 803 from Ambassador Milnikiel in London to Winiewicz

Milnikiel writes to Winiewicz regarding a conversation between Milnikiel and British Deputy foreign secretary O’Neill. O'Neill does not think the Rapacki Plan should currently be brought up in light of the broader proposals on Germany.

October 30, 1958

Correspondence Digest No. 13691 from New York to Comrade Rapacki

Deputy minister Winiewicz speaks with British Parliament member Longden about the need for more support for the Rapacki Plan among conservatives, as well as whether any progress on the matter can be achieved at the UN.

October 20, 1958

Code Message No. 11027 from Foreign Minister Rapacki to Milnikiel (London)

Message from Rapacki to the ambassador in London which lays out the new two-stage proposal for the Rapacki Plan. Rapacki also requests that5 Milnikiel meet with leaders of the Labor Party to gather their opinions on the Plan.

May 17, 1958

A. Rapacki, 'Record of Conversation with the Ambassador of Great Britain, on May 17, 1958'

Record of a conversation during which British Ambassador Berthoud presents Rapacki with a British note in response to the Polish memo on the Rapacki Plan.

May 6, 1958

Department III Deputy Director Lewandowski, 'File Note regarding the British Position regarding the Rapacki Plan'

Małcużyński, Counselor of the Polish Embassy in London, reports on the current attitude in Britain towards the Rapacki Plan. After conversations with FO officials, reporters, and journalists, he concludes that Great Britain intends to influence NATO members on behalf of the Rapacki Plan, and that some changes will need to be made to the Plan, especially in light of the status of the FRG.

January 16, 1958

Deputy Minister Winiewicz, 'Record of Conversation with the Ambassador of Great Britain on the 16th of this Month'

Winiewicz details his conversation with Ambassador Berthoud, in which they discuss Great Britain's consideration of the Rapacki Plan and Prime Minister Macmillan's public statement regarding the plan's merits.