Cablegram E138 WASHINGTON, 5 June 1943, 10.10 p.m.
Reference your 629. 
I am in general agreement with the views expressed which appear
very sound. There was danger of embarrassment in undertaking
representation but Australian Prime Minister's views appealed to
both Churchill and Roosevelt.
The essence of the situation is the need to act most prudently and
avoid trouble with U.S.S.R. The primary duty of our mission is to
maintain good relations with U.S.S.R. The duty of watching Polish
interests, though very important, is secondary.
You should send further wire to Officer along the lines of this
telegram. I have already warned him once , but he should be
constantly on the alert. Above all, he should not be influenced by
Bruce's over-enthusiasm for the Polish Government in London.
I would like your views as to appointment Minister which cannot
long be delayed.