Mr N. Chamberlain, U.K. Prime Minister, to Mr R.G. Menzies, Prime Minister

Cablegram 40 LONDON, 10 May 1939, 8.18 p.m.


I have just been reading with great pleasure accounts of speeches on the international situation which you and the Minister for External Affairs made in the Commonwealth Parliament. [1] Many thanks. The knowledge of Australia’s solidarity with us is a great encouragement to us. [2]


1 See Document 84, note 4.

2 This cablegram was sent via the U.K. Dominions Secretary, Sir Thomas Inskip.


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