Memorandum of Robert Boothby on a Western Union (Spring 1948)

In spring 1948, Robert Boothby, a former colleague of Winston Churchill, Scottish Conservative MP and leader, with his Labour colleague, Ronald Mackay, of a pro-European All-Party Group in the House of Commons, drafts a proposal for a Western European Union which takes into account, in particular, the fact that the United Kingdom is an imperial power and the economic and political situation in Germany.

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Source: Archives historiques de l'Union européenne, Florence, Villa Il Poggiolo. Dépôts, DEP. Mouvement européen. ME 1182.

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