JMAS-101 Correspondence

Documents from 29 April 1926 to 22 December 1964

Identity Statement

Reference Code
JMAS-101
Complete Reference Code
JMAS.J-02-101
Original Record Code
MS GR, WALTER LIPPMANN PAPERS, SELECTED CORRESPONDENCE, SERIES 1, BOX 21, FOLDER 831 1906-1930,- SERIES 3, BOX 90, FOLDER 1525 1933-1970
Extent and Medium

73

Physical Medium

Paper

Reference Archivists

Carr, Mary

Content and Structure

Abstract

Material detailing the subjects which Jean Monnet and Walter Lippmann communicated on, includes: telegram from Jean Monnet to Walter Lippmann seeking his reaction to General Giraud's memo to General Charles de Gaulle concerning French unity and sovereignty and establishment of French Council to oversee their overseas territories and to maintain unity of action in resistance, with text of memo and summary,- Jean Monnet in letter to Walter Lippmann comments on Lippmann's article in «New York Times» on Berlin and the UN, Lippman replies and mentions consequences of American withdrawal from Germany for France,letters from Walter Lippmann to Jean Monnet regarding appointment of Dean Acheson to replace General Marshall in the State Dept., talks of WEU as a means for Europe to maintain old style imperialism in Asia, he feels it gives advantage to communist propaganda and is against US policy, he also seeks information on situation in France
letters from Jean Monnet to Walter Lippmann introducing Maurice Faure who he says was instrumental in bringing about a settlement in the Saar and commending him on his article advocating the association of Europe with the US,- letter which Jean Monnet sent to Walter Lippmann for his information which he had written for the Committee of Action following the postponement of the negotiations with GB,- letter to Walter Lippmann from Jean Monnet defending the European Community from Lippmann's criticisms in the «New York Herald Tribune» and «Newsweek» 1964, that Europe was divided and had been constructed so that Germany would remain divided.

Conditions of Access and Use

Languages

English

Type of Archival Materials

Textual

Allied Materials

Location of Originals

The originals are held in various Archives and Presidential Libraries in the USA

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