RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoW.Temple 37, ff. 132-95
Date3 Apr-24 Aug 1944
DescriptionPapers relating to alleged religious persecution in the Polish army in exile, including a press report for April 1944 from the Council of Christians and Jews (ff. 167-8), newspaper cuttings, and a report concerning a visit on 15 August 1944 to the Polish Special Camp at Kincardine, Scotland, by John Albert Douglas, Ivor Erskine St. Clair Ramsay, Provost of St. Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh, and James Benjamin Dakin (ff. 189-94). Correspondents include: Thomas Edward Neil Driberg (ff. 132-5, 145); Eugène Sabline (f. 136); Archbishop Temple (passim); Richard Kidston Law, of the Foreign Office (f. 144); Count Edward Raczynski, Polish Ambassador (ff. 146, 154-5); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 156-9, 179, 181, 183, 187-8); Alfred Edward John Rawlinson, Bishop of Derby (f. 171); and Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (ff. 176-7).

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