Letter from Dr. William J. Maloney to Bulmer Hobson regarding "Allen's" account of Roger Casement's 'Black Diary', and on tracking down another American correspondent who saw the diary that was found on Casement at his capture,
1932 December 7.
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|Main Creator:||Maloney, William Joseph Marie Alois, b. 1881|
In this letter Maloney concludes that there were three forgeries made: "the Allen loose sheets, the Duggan Collins bound volume and the diary Casement had on him when he came from Germany".
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