151 Mr J. A. Lyons, Prime Minister, to Mr N. Chamberlain, U.K. Prime Minister
Cablegram unnumbered 23 March 1938,
My colleagues and I have given careful consideration to matter of attitude to be adopted with regard to possibilities arising out of relations of Germany with Czechoslovakia.  We recognise fully the difficulties which surround this question and we realise that your Government will not come to a decision without exploring every possible eventuality. We feel that no definite commitment with regard to Czechoslovakia should be undertaken. I send you this as it may be of value to have our views during your deliberations.