No. 330 NAI DFA Secretary's Files P14

Telegram from the Department of External Affairs to the Irish Legations at Ottawa, Geneva, Rome, Madrid, Vichy
(Nos 66, 107, 72, 105, 350) (Personal)

Dublin, 12 November 1940

British demands for ports have not yet gone beyond parliamentary and press campaign. Taoiseach's reply to Churchill represents universal will of people. Ports will not be yielded except to overwhelming force. Full text of Taoiseach's statement will be broadcast short wave Wednesday 8.45 p.m. G.M.T.

To Rome: Inform other Legation.

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