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CHAR 2/332 Public and Political: General: Correspondence.

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CHAR 2/332/19

Letter from [Arthur] Neville Chamberlain, Prime Minister (10 Downing Street [London]) to WSC, saying that he was sorry if WSC had found his remarks [following the Munich debate] offensive, but adding that WSC was very sensitive for a man who so constantly attacked others. Chamberlain says that he found WSC's remarks highly offensive, both to himself and to those whom Chamberlain worked with. He adds that he had not considered these remarks, wounding as they were, as requiring a breach in personal relations between them, but tells WSC that he could not expect Chamberlain to let him do all the hitting and never hit back. Signed manuscript.

1 folio
06 Oct 1938