Official: Cabinet: Foreign Office Prints.

Reference code: CHAR 22/26

Part of: CHAR 22
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Date: 17 Nov 1924 - 22 Dec 1924


Correspondents include: Austen Chamberlain [Foreign Secretary] on the appointment of Kerjentzev as a counsellor at the Soviet Legation and on the Zinoviev Letter [supposedly from Grigory Zinoviev, President of the Executive Committee of the Communist International, to the Central Committee of the British Communist Party]; a Treasury memorandum on the payment of war reparations; Christian Rakovsky [Soviet Charge d'Affaires in London] on the Zinoviev Letter and Britain's rejection of treaties with the Soviet Union; William Peters [Commercial Secretary to the British Mission, Moscow] on the Sixth Congress of Trade Unions of the Soviet Union, the situation in Georgia after the Menshevik uprisings, the Zinoviev Letter and the difficulties of establishing relations between Britain and the Soviet Union; 1st Lord Crewe [British Ambassador to France] on negotiations between France and the Soviet Union.



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