409 Evatt to Department of External Affairs
Cablegram E46 WASHINGTON, 23 November 1945
London telegram 131 to Washington. 
OBSERVERS FOR GREEK ELECTIONS The Greek Government had approached me direct suggesting that Australia should send observers on our account quite separately from the United Kingdom. I indicated that we would do this if possible, and I now recommend that this course be followed, sending half dozen reliable observers to be taken from Australian Government or Australian Service Personnel in London or Paris.
They might include such people as Mrs. Street  and Mrs. York.
In view of the above we should not assign anyone to accompany the United Kingdom observers but our observers should go separately and we should inform the Greek and United Kingdom Government accordingly.