JMAS-47 International AffairsDocuments from 30 April 1942 to 10 July 1945
Content and Structure
Material of a general international nature, includes,- correspondence between Jean Monnet and Oscar Cox, Foreign Economic Administration arranging a meeting with Thomas Brand, Cabinet Supplies Office, Whitehall,- correspondence between Cox, Walter Lippman, journalist and E.R. Stettinius, Under Secretary of State regarding possible nomination of Monnet to the position of Deputy Director of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Agency (UNRRA) or the establishment of an action committee of the Council for Western Europe which Monnet should be on,- letter from Cox to Monnet enclosing a letter by T.H. Thomas printed in the «New York times», Jan. 1945 entitled "Too Few Allied Divisions" advocating rearming French divisions so that a strong Western front could be created, which would be necessary to win the war.
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The originals are held in various Archives and Presidential Libraries in the USA