The French Yellow Book
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No. 10
M. Francois-Poncet, French Ambassador in Berlin, to M. Paul-Boncour, Minister for Foreign Affairs.

Berlin, March 15,1938.

MR. NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN, before referring publicly in his speech of yesterday to the assurances given by Field-Marshal Goering concerning Czechoslovakia, had instructed the British Ambassador in Berlin to ask the Field-Marshal whether he would authorize this statement. The answer was in the affirmative.

Sir Nevile Henderson also received confirmation from Field Marshal Goering and Baron von Neurath that Germany would, before the plebiscite of April 10, withdraw from Austria the troops which had been sent there.


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