Attlee and Truman statements  would almost appear as though
criticism of exercise of veto had originated with them. The long
fight at San Francisco is conveniently forgotten. In this
connection you will have seen Dominion Office telegram on veto and
our reply.  Please ensure that in Ambassador's statement a full
review is made of the persistent efforts by Minister at San
Francisco to modify the veto provisions and later at Security
Council to restrict the exercise of the veto.
2. It should be stressed that Australian fears, for which we were
called 'perfectionists' at San Francisco, have been more than
justified, even in opinion of many of those who, at San Francisco,
3. Any suggestion that matter should not be discussed in Assembly
should be strongly resisted reference being made to Article 10 and
San Francisco struggle for it.