Note by Duncan Sandys on his meeting with Paul-Henri Spaak (3 August 1948)

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On 3 August 1948, in Brussels, Duncan Sandys and Joseph Retinger, respectively the President and the Secretary-General of the International Committee of the Movements for European Unity, meet Paul-Henri Spaak, Belgian Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, to consider together the strategy that should be adopted so that progress can be made in the plan for a European Assembly.

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Source: Archives départementales de l'Aveyron, Rodez. Fonds Paul Ramadier. 52 J 121.

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