JMAS-128 David Bruce's diary entries - March 1951Documents from 01 March 1951 to 31 March 1951
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Remarks on: new French Prime Minister, Queuille
discussions on Schuman Plan, with Jean Monnet, William Tomlinson and John McCloy, German High Commissioner, who states that he is bringing every pressure he can to bear on the German Government to get Chancellor Konrad Adenauer to have it initialled
Conference of Foreign Ministers, requested by Soviets to discuss negation by West of Potsdam Agreements on remilitarisation of Germany,- report on Conference, where Soviet Delegate was Gromyko, accused West of aggression | attendance at sessions of European Army Conference dealing with size and armament of units,- work of McCloy in getting Germans to act on Schuman Plan, but existence of powerful forces in Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany opposing its signature,- initialling of the Schuman Plan (19 March), "..and thus the first great step toward the integration of the Western European Economy had now been taken".
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