Documents Relating to New Zealand's Participation in the Second World War 1939–45: Volume II
233 — The High Commissioner for New Zealand (Canberra) to the Prime Minister
The High Commissioner for New Zealand (Canberra) to the Prime Minister
I am sure it would be unwise not to keep Mr. Curtin (who arrives here tomorrow) fully informed of our situation and of the most difficult decision you must take in the near future. I propose to ask for an early interview, if possible tomorrow, and will telegraph his reaction. I have little doubt what he would prefer us to do, but none at all as to his fully understanding our difficulties.