Letter from Patrick McCartan to Joseph McGarrity wondering what the interests of "British Imperialism" can be over the transfer of Danzig and discussing the war in general and the possible outcome,
1939 October 21.
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|Main Creator:||McCartan, Patrick, 1878-1963|
Hopes that Germany will not become "the maritime bully of the world". Also mentions that Éamon De Valera "will be pressed hard by the English to declare for England for the moral effect in America but it would [put] DeV. in bad [light] here if he departs from the neutrality position".
Letter inscribed on headed paper "Benner's Hotel, Dingle, Co. Kerry," and addressed from "c/o Denis McCullough / 56 Dawson St / Dublin".
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