Memorandum on the British proposal for a Council of Europe (26 November 1948)

The Committee for the Study of European Unity, created by decision of the Brussels Treaty Advisory Council, meets in Paris from November 1948 to January 1949, with the aim of conciliating the Franco-Belgian and British proposals to institutionalise European cooperation. On 27 November 1948, the British delegation submits to the Committee, for its second plenary session, a memorandum on the proposal for a Council of Europe.

Source and copyright

Source: Archives historiques du Conseil de l'Europe - Historical Archives of the Council of Europe, Strasbourg. Committee for the Study of European Unity (Paris Nov./Dec. 1948), 0014, 1948.

Copyright: (c) Historical archives of the Council of Europe

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