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Rec. 10.30. LONDON, Aug. 2. After the return of the Prime Minister, Mr. Attlee, from Potsdam to-day the following statement was issued from No. 10, Downing Street: "President Truman, Generalissimo Stalin and Mr. Attlee, assembled at the final session of the Berlin Conference, desire to send a message of greetings to Mr. Churchill. They wish to thank him for all his work in the first part of the conference, which helped greatly to lay the foundations for its successful conclusion. They remember with gratitude the untiring efforts and unconquerable spirit with which at earlier conferences and throughout the war he served the common cause of victory and enduring peace. The whole world knows the greatness of his work. It will never be forgotten." A message of thanks was also sent to the former British Foreign Secretary, Mr. Eden.

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MR. CHURCHILL THANKED BY ALLIED LEADERS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945

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MR. CHURCHILL THANKED BY ALLIED LEADERS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945

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