Telegram from David Bruce to Dean Acheson (Paris, 31 May 1950)

On 31 May 1950, David Bruce, US Ambassador to Paris, sends a telegram to Dean Acheson, US Secretary of State, in which he describes the reservations of the British with regard to the Schuman Plan and outlines the arguments developed by the two schools of political thought in France concerning the United Kingdom’s participation in the future coal and steel pool.

Source and copyright

Source: Foreign Relations of the United States, 1950. Volume III: Western Europe. Washington: Department of State, 1977.

Copyright: United States of America Government Printing Office

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