178 Evatt to Churchill
Cablegram unnumbered  WASHINGTON, 6 May 1943
MOST IMMEDIATE FOR MR CHURCHILL ALONE MOST SECRET
I thank you most sincerely for your message of welcome.  I am
concerned as to my movements. In order to see as much as possible
of your good self I had proposed to leave for England about 21st
instant in order to return to Australia after staying in London
about three weeks. Recent developments of which you know 
suggest necessity of modification to fit in with your plans.
I cannot sufficiently express my pleasure and eagerness at
prospects of renewal of friendship which greatly helped to save my
country from disaster. May I add this, it seems to me at this
difficult time that it would also greatly help Empire interests if
we were taken into more intimate collaboration, equally important
is open demonstration of such collaboration and solidarity. At the
proper time I would appreciate your help and suggestions.