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Memorandum dated 1 January 1940, regarding Monsieur Wenceslas T. Dobrzynski, the Polish Consul General, his attitude towards Ireland and his status. It is noted that Monsieur Dobrzynski's position since September 1939 is honorary and that he is 'inclined to regard Ireland as rather hostile to his country, apparently for the reason that Ireland has not taken up arms against Germany'.



Memorandum dated 1 January 1940, regarding Monsieur Wenceslas T. Dobrzynski, the Polish Consul General, his attitude towards Ireland and his status. It is noted that Monsieur Dobrzynski’s position since September 1939 is honorary and that he is ‘inclined to regard Ireland as rather hostile to his country, apparently for the reason that Ireland has not taken up arms against Germany’.

(NAI, Office of the Secretary to the President, 98/1/21)

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