JMAS-148 David Bruce's diary entries - February 1953Documents from 01 February 1953 to 28 March 1953
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Remarks on: his appointment by President Eisenhower as Observer to the Interim Committee of the EDC and as Representative to the ECSC at Luxembourg and to follow proceedings of the European Political Community,- copy of letter from John Foster Dulles, Secretary of State, to Jean Monnet, President of High Authority of ECSC informing him of Eisenhower's decision, to have observer in Europe to keep President informed of developments in the Community,- letters of congratulations from Georges Bidault, Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, Walter Hallstein and Hervé Alphand,- Bruce feels a lot of American officials in France are gloomy about the EDC Treaty,- discussion with William Tomlinson about the various Community of six organisations
talk with General Ridgeway about EDC, obstacles it faced and steps which might be helpful in connection with it.
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