Copy letter of reply from Thomas Foran to General Sir Nevil Macready informing him William O'Brien would be the best person to speak to in relation to the Irish Labour movement, and notifying him O'Brien is at present unavailable due to his internment in Britain,
1920 May 04.
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|Main Creator:||Foran, Thomas, 1883-1951|
Foran writes "If I may dare to say so it is useless attepemting to get a "grip on the conditions in this country" untill you "let go your grip" on the citizens of this country.". Letter also includes additional paragraph stating four days after the receipt of this letter, Sir Hamar Greenwood, Chief Secretary for Ireland, ordered O'Brien's release.
Original letter from General Sir Nevil Macready, see MS 13,961/1/62. Item is typescript.
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