The French Yellow Book

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No. 260 :
M. Corbin, French Ambassador in London, to M. Georges Bonnet, Minister for Foreign Affairs. London, August 26, 1939.

(Received by telephone at 10 p.m.)

I INVITE reference to M. Coulondre's telegram, which was communicated to me this morning.

In his telegraphic report of his conversation yesterday with Herr Hitler, the British Ambassador in Berlin did not mention the possibility of the F├╝hrer reverting to the programme he had laid down last April, which was limited to the question of Danzig and to that of a motor road across the Corridor.

Sir Nevile Henderson, in his communication to the Foreign Office, definitely said that no allusion to the proposals of last April was made yesterday by Herr Hitler in the course of their interview.


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