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  • accepts that. Martin went before the House today. Our area of worry is their general underlying lack of sympathy with us . Martin said he would be disturbed if Canadians thought they had been used. They may cha rge we put them in a false position
  • the army, which were widely cir­ culated before the Center Union came to power, have disappeared in recent months. Papandreou has also main­ tained at least proper, and pub­ licly cordial, relations with the palace. Young King Constan­ tine is said
  • . Working principally through a sympathetic Shah of Iran, the United States was able to cause the Arab governments not immediately involved in the conflict to entertain second thoughts about being stampeded into support of Nasser . Indeed, the King
  • -M1ol' Z:Z·\\ NWb'l·ig\ 142 cable Athens 2074 [Saniti2ed 21'18/85 t4LJ 84 71] s 2 11/13/67 A s 3 01/18/68 A s 2 01/18/68 A rl [dup. #54, NSF, Files of Saunders, "Visit--King Constantine," bx 2] ~~'Mi ~-\'14-\ln" 150 cable Intelligence
  • $tabi1Uy et& ewept Cblna. ln 1967 la of part.1.cular note atcl may provide a useful precedent ln futt11'# · negotla.tlons· with the Chinese ·should •ecrecy aacl sens1thitle9. be cieeply lnvolved. MARTIN . .· Novemeer 20, 1967 MEMORANDUM FOR MR
  • , Ambassador John Martin, Dominican Republic. u. s. Ambassador to Guinea . u. s. Ambassador Benson Timmons, Ambassador to the u. s. Ambassador to Haiti. Ambassador James Riddleberger, u. s . Ambassador to Austria. Ambassador Muxat Williams, El
  • EMB O F F ’ S N O TE S :^ ( C - " " " y . sta te OPPOSITION LEADER DIEFENBAAKER ASKED MARTIN I F ABLE (3IV E3 V . HOUSE P IC TU R E S ITU A TIO N NVN. D IEFEN B A K ER SA ID . R E A L I AWESOME R E S P O N S IB IL IT Y ' WHICH R E S T S ON T H E 'U
  • (Deptel 649) and GOA affirm .ative response, v/e la st v;eek put same in v irespondlng tation to G NZ through Ambassador here. A fte r f ir s t that GNZ would p re fe r not ro t not to participate even without commitment, Arnb La king inform ed u s la st