Official: Prime Minister: Personal Telegrams.

Reference code: CHAR 20/111

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Date: 1943

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CHAR 20/111/1 Folder marked "Prime Minister's Personal Telegrams Serial Nos T601/3-T700/3". May 1943
CHAR 20/111/2 Telegram from Lord Halifax [earlier Edward Wood, later Lord Irwin, British Ambassador in the United States] to WSC informing him that General George Marshall [Chief of Staff United States Army] has notified him that General McNair is not as seriously injured as they had supposed and stating that he believes that he would appreciate a message from him and that Marshall is leaving on May 7th for the Pacific. 27 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/3 Telegram from WSC to the President of the United States Chamber of Commerce containing a message which is to be read at the Banquet thanking them for assisting Britain by providing supplies for her war effort (T602/3). 26 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/4 Telegram from WSC to Lord Gowrie [Governor General of Australia] marked "Most Secret" informing him that it is not possible for Wilkinson to be a member of General Douglas MacArthur's [Commander in Chief Philippines, Supreme Commander in Chief South West Pacific] staff and remain in contact with them and is asking him to find a military post for Wilkinson which would allow him to visit MacArthur and then to report back (T603/3). 27 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/5 Telegram from WSC to Sükrü Saracoglu [Turkish Prime Minister] marked "Most Secret" regarding the list of requirements drawn up by Turkey and adding that the modern weapons which Britain will send them will enable them to have a greater freedom of action (T603a/3). 27 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/6 Telegram from Richard Casey (Minister of State, Middle East) to WSC reporting on the situation with Admiral Rene Godefroy [Commander of the French Fleet in the Eastern Mediterranean] stating that he believes that the fleet is planning to sail to a North African port once Tunisia has been taken by the allies and that he does not believe that they are receiving money from any other sources (T604/3). 28 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/7 Telegram from Richard Casey (Minister of State, Middle East) informing him that Admiral Rene Godefroy [Commander of the French Fleet in the Eastern Mediterranean] has announced that he will join General Henri Giraud (T605/3). 28 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/8-9 Telegram from WSC to Marshal Stalin marked "Personal and Most Secret" stating that he is disappointed that he has felt it necessary to break off relations with Poland and informing him that General Sikorski [Prime Minister of Poland in exile in London] understands their concerns and that he is willing to co-operate and is asking him to consider this matter with magnanimity adding that he feels that their relationship should be restored (T606/3). 28 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/10-11 Telegram from General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] to WSC informing him that the Eighth Army has captured Dj Terhouna [Tunisia] and reporting on the condition of the Divisions in Tunisia and their current objectives T607/3. 28 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/12 Telegram from WSC to President Roosevelt marked "Personal and Most Secret" informing him that the Poles are issuing a communique which reveals a change in their attitude and stating that he will pass this message onto Marshal Stalin (T608/3). 28 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/13-14 Telegram from WSC to President Roosevelt marked "Personal and Most Secret" containing a communique from the Polish Government reaffirming their wish to remain on friendly terms with the Soviet Union] and their abhorrence of the common enemy (T609/3). 28 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/15 Telegram from General Jan Smuts [Prime Minister of South Africa] to WSC marked "Secret and Personal" asking him if anything can be done to resolve the quarrel between the Soviet Union and Poland and stating that he is sure that if Britain and the United States intervened that this situation could be resolved T610/3. 28 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/16 Telegram from Peter Fraser (Prime Minister of New Zealand) to WSC regarding his request to employ the Second New Zealand Division as a follow up Division and detailing the feelings and considerations which will influence the decision will be made by his Parliament (T611/3). 29 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/17-18 Telegram from Harold Macmillan (Minister Resident in Algiers) to WSC stating that he hopes that he will be able to persuade General de Gaulle to accept this offer stating that he believes that this will be the last opportunity to resolve the quarrel between the two factions [Admiral Rene Godefroy and General De Gaulle] and describing the situation at present and the attitudes of the individuals involved (T611/3). 29 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/19 Telegram from WSC to President Roosevelt marked "Secret and Personal" stating that he believes that they should settle Husky [Capture of Sicily] before deciding on Anakim [Recapture of Burma] and suggesting that they should meet soon Initialled (T612/3). 29 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/20 Telegram from WSC to Sir John Dill [Representative of the British Chiefs of Staff] stating that he should not communicate any section of General Sir Harold Alexander's [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commamnder in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] letter to General George Marshall [Chief of Staff United States Army] T614/3. 29 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/21 Telegram from Sir John Dill [Representative of the British Chiefs of Staff] to WSC informing him that he had not yet communicated any section of General Sir Harold Alexander's [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations to General George Marshall [Chief of Staff United States Army] T615/3. 30 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/22 Telegram from WSC to Peter Fraser (Prime Minister of New Zealand) stating that he will certainly send him a message and adding that he believes that President Roosevelt will do the same (T616/3). 29 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/23 Telegram from WSC to General George Marshall [Chief of Staff United States Army] of condolence at the injuries received by General McNair by enemy fire (T617/3). 30 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/24 Telegram from WSC to John Curtin (Prime Minister of Australia) informing him that he does not think that the objection to offering awards to United States Officers will be long lived and suggesting that for the time being that it would be inadvisable to proceed in this case but that this should not affect those being offered to Australian Officers (T618/3). 30 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/25 Telegram from WSC to General Jan Smuts [Prime Minister of South Africa] stating that he is in agreement with him and that he is sending him a copy of the telegram which he sent to Marshal Stalin (T619/3). 30 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/26 Telegram from WSC to Sir John Dill [Representative of the British Chiefs of Staff] stating that he is sorry to hear that he is unwell and that he hopes that he will soon recover (T620/3). 30 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/27 Telegram from WSC to General Alexander [Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] marked "Most Secret" asking him the position of the 50th Division (T621/3). 01 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/28-29 Telegram from General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] informing him that he has cancelled the Bou Ficha operation and of the new objective for the Eighth Army and reporting on their casualties and those inflicted on the enemy T622/3. 30 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/30 Telegram from WSC to Dr Herbert Evatt [Australian Minister for External Affairs] marked "Personal and Secret" stating that it seems impossible to arrange for the meeting of the Dominion Prime Minister's to take place before the autumn Initialled T623/3. 30 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/31 Telegram from WSC to Harold Macmillan [Minister Resident in Algiers] marked "Personal and Secret" stating that the course he proposes is the opposite to that posed by him and that no payment should be made until they declare their allegiance to General Henri Giraud [Civil and Military Head of all French North Africa] (T624/3). 30 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/32 Telegram from WSC General Sir Henry Wilson [Commander in Chief Middle East] stating that although the joint Commanders in Chief have concluded that the use of force must not be used in the present Egyptian crisis he believes that a show of strength should be employed to give support to the Ambassador T625/3. 01 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/33 Telegram from Sir John Dill [Representative of the British Chiefs of Staff] to WSC informing him that he has now recovered from his hernia operation (T626/3). 30 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/111/34 Telegram from General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] to WSC reporting on the position of the 50th Division and stating that he could spare them without it affecting the operations adding that he needs to keep the existing formation up to strength and providing a list of the casualties in the different Divisions since 21st April T627/3. 01 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/35 Telegram from WSC to Genral Harold Alexander [Later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] informing him of the new drafts of the First Army which are due to arrive in May T628/3. 01 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/36-37 Telegram from WSC to Harry Hopkins [Special Advisor and Assistant to the President of the United States] marked "Personal and Most Especially Secret" informing him that they will set sail on Tuesday night 4th May and suggesting that he should stay at the Embassy due to President Roosevelt's preoccupation with the coal crisis Initialled (T629/3). 02 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/38 Telegram from WSC to Air Chief Marshal Tedder congratulating him on the success of yesterday's air blockade (T630/3). 02 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/39 Telegram from Lord Halifax [earlier Edward Wood, later Lord Irwin British Ambassador in the United States] to WSC informing him that a reply to his message should reach him by this evening (T631/3). 02 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/40-41 Telegram from WSC to Marshal Stalin marked "Personal and Most Secret" congratulating him on his May day speech and reporting on their recent air attacks on Germany and on the campaign in Tunisia (T632/3). 03 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/42 Telegram from WSC to Sir Archibald Clark Kerr [British Ambassador in the Soviet Union] marked "Personal and Secret" stating that he would not like the discussions regarding Poland to interfere with his regular friendly messages to Marshal Stalin and joking that he would like Marshal Stalin to give him a fighting Pole for every German captured in Tunisia and a Polish dependant for every Italian Initials in typescript. Annotated T633/3. 02 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/43 Telegram from President Roosevelt to WSC marked "Personal and Most Secret" stating that he is delighted that he is coming and that he should stay with them (T634/3). 02 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/44 Telegram from WSC to General Sir Harold Alexander [Later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] asking him to forward a message to General Anderson for the First Army which states that everyone is eagerly watching their progress and send their good wishes T635/3. 03 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/45-46 Telegram from WSC to General Dwight Eisenhower [Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operation] congratulating him on the success the campaign in Tunisia has had so far and containing the message he sent to the First Army. [See CHAR 20/111/44]. 03 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/47 Telegram from Lord Gowrie [Governor General of Australia] to WSC stating that he would like to have Wilkinson on his staff but adding that he does not believe that Wilkinson could visit General Douglas MacArthur [Commander in Chief Philippines, Supreme Commander in Chief South West Pacific] without causing suspicion (T637/3). 03 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/48 Telegram from WCS to President Roosevelt marked "Personal and Most Secret" informing him that the New Zealand Division will be assisting them in Husky Capture of Sicily and stating that he will be sending the New Zealand Parliament a telegram and is asking him to do likewise (T638/3). 03 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/49 Telegram from WSC to Mr Andrews asking him for his permission to recommend him to King George VI for the Companionship of Honour award on the occasion of his retirement (T639/3). 04 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/50 Telegram from WSC to Peter Fraser (Prime Minister of New Zealand) marked "Personal and Secret" containing a message for his Parliament when in secret session asking them to allow the New Zealand Division to assist them in the Mediterranean (T640/3). 03 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/51 Telegram from Sir Archibald Clark Kerr [British Ambassador in the Soviet Union] to WSC agreeing that the correspondence should not stop T641/3. 03 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/52 Telegram from WSC to General Freyberg [Commander Second New Zealand Division] congratulating him (T642/3). 04 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/53 Telegram from WSC to General Dwight Eisenhower [Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] asking him to convey his congratulations to the Second Corps on their capture of Matur [Tunisia]. (T643/3). 04 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/54 Telegram from WSC to President Roosevelt marked "Personal and Most Secret" informing him that he is bringing Averell [United States Diplomat] and congratulating him on the success of the United States troops in capturing Mateur [Tunisia] Initials in typescript. Copy (T644/3). 04 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/55 Telegram from General Sir Harold Alexander [Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] to WSC informing him of the position of the Divisions in Tunisia T645/3. 04 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/56 Telegram from Lord Halifax [earlier Edward Wood, later Lord Irwin, British Ambassador in the United States] to WSC marked "Most Secret and Personal" informing him of the arrangements for his arrival in Washington [United States] Annotated (T646/3). 04 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/57 Telegram stating that John Pimlott [Principal, Home Office] informing them that he has received a reply to WSC's letter to Mr Andrews which states that he accepts his offer and that he would appreciate a letter for publication (T647/3). 05 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/58 Telegram from General Kenneth Arthur Noel Anderson [General Officer Commanding the First Army] to WSC thanking him for his inspiring message (T648/3). 05 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/59 Telegram from Edward Spears [Beirut, Lebanon] to WSC informing him of Carelton's character and explaining the contents of his paper regarding the Moslems and the Jews T649/3. 04 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/60 Telegram from WSC to Mackenzie King [Prime Minister of Canada] stating that he believes that he has been informed that permission has been granted to allow a Canadian Division to assist in an allied operation T650/3 CVHAR 20/111/61 6 May 1943 Telegram from Dr Herbert Evatt [Australian Minister for External Affairs] to WSC informing him of his future movements and suggesting that there should be a demonstration of their unity and cooperation Copy T651/3. 06 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/62 Telegram from General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] to WSC marked "Most Secret and Personal" reporting on the position and morale of the Divisions in Tunisia Annotated T652/3. 06 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/63 Telegram from General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] to WSC reporting on the position of the Divisions in Tunisia and informing him their current objectives Annotated T653/3. 06 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/64 Telegram from Air Chief Marshal Tedder to WSC thanking him for his message Annotated (T654/3). 03 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/65 Telegram from Lord Halifax [earlier Edward Wood, later Lord Irwin, British Ambassador in the United States] to WSC marked "Personal and Most Secret" informing him of the arrangements for arrival in the United States (T655/3). 07 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/66-67 Telegram from Marshal Stalin to WSC explaining why he has broken relations with Poland and thanking him for trying to reason with the Polish Government but stating that he does not believe that it will be of any use and suggesting that the Soviet Union, the United States and Britain should work towards improving the current regime in Poland and adding that the Soviet Government never stopped Polish subjects from leaving the Soviet Union Annotated T656/3. 06 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/68 Telegram from General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] to WSC reporting on the position of the Divisions in Tunisia and informing him that the Second United States Corps has taken eight hundred and fifty prisoners Annotated T657/3. 07 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/69 Telegram from WSC to Admiral Fraser congratulating him on his command (T658/3). May 1943
CHAR 20/111/70 Telegram from General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] to WSC reporting on the position and objectives of the Divisions in Tunisia Annotated T659/3. 07 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/71 Telegram from General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] to WSC informing him that the United States Army entered Bizorta [Tunisia] that afternoon Annotated T660/3. 07 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/72 Telegram from WSC to Admiral Tovey marked "Personal" thanking him for all the work he has done as the head of Home Fleet (T661/3). 07 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/73 Telegram from Admiral Tovey to WSC thanking him for his message Annotated (T662/3). 07 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/74 Telegram from Marshal Stalin to WSC congratulating him on the success of the British and American forces in liberating Bizerta and Tunis Annotated (T663/3). 08 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/75-76 Telegram from General Alexander [Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] to WSC stating that everything has worked out better than he had hoped and that there deception plan was a success and informing him that they have captured twenty thousand prisoners and estimating their losses but adding that morale is good Annotated (T664/3). May 1943
CHAR 20/111/77 Telegram from General Jan Smuts [Prime Minister of South Africa] to WSC congratulating him on the victory of the First Army in capturing Tunis (T665/3). 09 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/78 Telegram from Sir Archibald Clark Kerr [British Ambassador in the Soviet Union] to WSC informing him of Marshal Stalin's reaction to his joke Annotated T666/3. 08 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/79 Telegram from Peter Fraser [Prime Minister of New Zealand] to WSC congratulating him and all those involved in the success of the North African campaign Annotated (T667/3). 09 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/80 Telegram from WSC to President Roosevelt informing him of a delay in their arrival in the United States and discussing the details of the plans after his arrival Annotated (T668/3). 10 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/81 Telegram from WSC to General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] stating that he is delighted with his news Annotated T669/3. 09 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/82 Telegram from Haile Selassie [Emperor of Ethiopia] to WSC and President Roosevelt congratulating them on the victory in Northern Africa (T670/3). 09 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/83 Telegram from WSC to Harry Hopkins [Special Advisor and Assistant to the President of the United States] asking him to remind President Roosevelt to send a telegram to Peter Fraser [Prime Minister of New Zealand] Annotated (T671/3). 09 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/84 Telegram from W J Jordan (High Commissioner of New Zealand) to WSC thanking him for sending a message which he claimed gave great encouragement (T672/3). 09 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/85 Telegram from WSC to Dr Herbert Evatt [Australian Minister for External Affairs] thanking him for his message and stating that he looks forward to seeing him soon T673/3. 10 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/86 Telegram from WSC to Marshal Stalin informing him that he is on his way to Washington [United States] to discuss the Husky operation [Capture of Sicily] and the situation in the Pacific and congratulating him on the recent Soviet military successes and briefly reporting on the recent U Boat sinkings (T674/3). 09 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/87 Telegram from WSC to General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief praising him for all his efforts during the war Annotated T675/3. 10 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/88 Telegram from Chiang Kai Shek [President of China] to WSC congratulating him on the victory in North Africa Annotated. Copy (T675A/3). 10 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/89 Telegram from WSC to General Dwight Eisenhower [Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] congratulating him on the victory in North Africa Annotated (T676/3). 11 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/90 Telegram from WSC to President Roosevelt marked "Personal and Most Secret" thaking him for arranging for a United States Navy escort for him and that he looks forward to being at the White House tomorrow afternoon Annotated. Copy (T677/3). 10 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/91 Telegram from General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] to WSC informing him that he has carried out a rough survey of the area between Bizerta and Tunis [Tunisia] and reporting that there are large quantities of weaponry abandoned by the enemy and that they have captured over fifty thousand prosoners so far Annotated T678/3. 10 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/92 Telegram from WSC to Air Chief Marshal Tedder congratulating him for the part he played in the victory over the enmy in North Africa an asking him to convey his appreciation to the others involved in this operation Annotated (T678/3). 11 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/93 Telegram from John Curtin [Prime Minister for Australia] to WSC congratulating him on the victory in North Africa Annotated (T680/3). 10 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/94 Telegram from General Harold Alexander [later Lord ALexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] to WSC thanking him for is message Annotated T681/3. 11 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/95 Telegram from John Curtin [Prime Minister of Australia] informing him that he has spoken to General MacArthur [Commander in Chief Philippines, Supreme Commander S W Pacific] who stated that he would like General Dewing to visit Britain to inform him on the situation in the Pacific adding that this may be a suitable alternative to his proposal regarding Wilkinson Annotated (T682/3) CHAr 20/111/96 11 May 1943 Telegram from John Curtin [Australian Prime Minister] to WSC marked "Most Personal and Secret" stating that although he would prefer to give the awards to the Autralian and United States Officers simultaneously he would rather not wait until permission has been granted to allow the United States Officers to recieve such awards to honour the Australian Officers for their efforts in the war (T683/3). 11 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/97 Telegram from General Dwight Eisenhower [Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] to WSC thanking him for his message (T684/3). 11 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/98-99 Telegram from General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] reporting on the situation in Tunisia and of their campaign to assemble all the prisoners Annotated T685/3. 11 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/100 Telegram from Mackenzie King [Canadian Prime Minister] to WSC (The White House) informing him that he will be discussing in Parliament the possibility of him visiting Canada Copy (T686/3). 11 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/101 Telegram from WSC to General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] asking him for news of Randolph Churchill Annotated T687/3. 13 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/102 Telegram from WSC to Mackenzie King [Canadian Prime Minister] informing him that he will not be able to visit Canada on this occasion and that he is suggesting to President Roosevelt that he should attend a Pacific Council next week and is asking his opinion on this (T687/3). 12 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/103 Telegram from Mackenzie King [Canadian Prime Minister] to WSC stating that he would be pleased to attend a meeting of the Pacific Council in Washington [United States] Copy (T687A/3). 12 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/104 Telegram from General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] to WSC informing him that the end is near and that all resistance has collapsed Annotated T688/3. 12 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/105 Telegram from WSC to Marshal Stalin marked "Personal and Most Secret" stating that he believes that General Sikorski [Polish Prime Minister in exile in London] should be retained as he doubted whether any replacement would be better and noting that it is not the policy of the Soviet Government to create obstacles for Polish subjects wishing to leave the Soviet Union Annotated T689/3. 12 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/106 Telegram from WSC to Peter Fraser [Prime Minister of New Zealand] thanking him for his message Annotated (T690/3). 13 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/107 Telegram from WSC to General Jan Smuts [Prime Minister of South Africa] thanking him for his telegram Annotated (T691/3). 13 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/108 Telegram from King George VI to WSC (Washington, United States) congratulating him on the success of the North African campaign (T692/3). 13 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/109 Telegram from WSC (Washington, United States) to General Henri Giraud [Civil and Military Head of all French North Africa] congratulating him on the part the French Army playe in the victory in North Africa (T693/3). 12 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/110 Telegram from General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Commander in Chief North African Theatre of Operations] to WSC informing him that the Tunisian Campaign is over and that all enemy reistance has ceased Annotated T694/3. 13 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/111 Same as CHAR 20/102/81Annotated (T695/3). 13 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/112 Telegram from Mackenzie King (Prime Minister of Canada) to WSC informing him of the arrangements for his visit to Washington Copy (T695A/3). 13 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/113 Telegram from WSC to John Curtin [Prime Minister of Australia] thanking him for his message Annotated (T696/3). 13 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/114 Telegram from Air Chief Marshal Tedder to WSC (Washington, United States) thanking him for his message (T697/3). 13 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/115 Telegram from WSC to Chiang Kai Shek [President of China] thanking him for his message of congratulations Annotated (T698/3). 13 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/116 Telegram from WSC to Harold Macmillan [Minister Resident in Algiers] marked "Personal and Secret" insisting that his instructions should not be carried out adding that he sees no reason why the Alexandria Squadron should not declare their allegiance to General Henri Giraud [Civil and Military Head of all French North Africa] (T699/3). 13 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/117 Telegram from WSC to Marshal Stalin marked "Personal and Most Secret" informing him of the arrangements which have been made to transport the aircrafts which he has requested Copy (T699A). 14 May 1943
CHAR 20/111/118 Telegram from Ishmet Inonu (President of Turkey) to WSC thanking him for sending him a copy of the film "Desert Victory" (T700/3). 14 May 1943