No. 322 NAI DFA Secretary's Files P20

Code telegram from William Warnock to Joseph P. Walshe (Dublin)
(No. 75S) (Personal) (Copy)

Berlin, 6 November 1940

Your telegram 121.1 Blockade. Foreign Office states they have already conveyed to you through German Minister, Dublin, they find it difficult to exempt our trade with Great Britain.2 Ruter and others inform me in private conversations that they have given the matter serious consideration. So far as I can see, Naval authorities cannot see way to excluding Ireland. Foreign Office still open to proposals on our trade with countries other than Great Britain.

1 Not printed.

2 See No. 264.

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