Letter from Joseph Retinger on the EPU’s attendance at the Hague Congress (London, 15 April 1948)

On 15 April 1948, Joseph Retinger, Secretary-General of the International Committee of the Movements for European Unity, sends to Ronald Mackay, Labour MP and leader of the British Section of the European Parliamentary Union (EPU), a letter notifying him of the reluctance of some European activists to give Count Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, founder of the Pan-European Movement and leader of the EPU, an overly conspicuous position at the Congress of Europe held in May in The Hague.

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Source: Archives historiques de l'Union européenne, Florence, Villa Il Poggiolo. Dépôts, DEP. ME Mouvement européen. Préparation du Congrès de l'Europe devant se tenir à La Haye du 07 au 10/05/1948, ME 1175.

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