Statement of policy on the establishment of the United Europe Movement (January 1947)

The United Europe Movement, established in London in January 1947 by the former British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, and by his son-in-law, the Conservative MP, Duncan Sandys, issues a statement in support of the unity of the European continent.

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Source: The Library of the London School of Economics and Political Science - Archives and Rare Books, London, 10 Portugal Street, WC2A 2HD., Ronald William Gordon Mackay papers. Minutes and related papers 1947-1948, MACKAY/5/7.

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