No. 309 NAI DFA ES Box 17 File 114

Joseph Walshe to Michael Collins (Dublin)


Dublin, 1 August 1922

A Chara,
I beg to forward the following telegram in cipher which was received at this Department this evening:-

Estero1, Dublin.
Americans, Irish Americans except small section strongly support Government policy of unconditional surrender. No complaint about censorship. Give copy to Mr. Collins.

Le meas,
Joseph Walshe

Copies sent to:- President Griffith, Mr. Cosgrave, Mr. FitzGerald, Prof. Hayes.

1 Telegraphic code for the Department of Foreign/External Affairs.

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