Charles Alfred Cripps to James Grover McDonald, April 15, 1921

29, Wilton Crescent, S.W.
April 15th, 1921.

Dear Mr. McDonald,

I am grateful to you for sending me the address by Mr. John Foster Dulles on the reparation problem. I hope soon to be writing to you again in reference to a proposed Conference in London in the Autumn.

I sincerely hope that America may be able to disentangle herself from the chains of the Treaties, and be able to give real assistance in promoting a real peace in Europe. We are making progress in England, but before all things I hope for a [cooperation] between America and England in a common peace policy.

Yours sincerely,

(Signed) Parmoor

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