Franklin D. Roosevelt to Mackenzie King (August 19, 1940)
Hyde Park, N. Y.,
August 19, 1940.
I think this will interest you. It was over two weeks on its way from Berlin and coming from an American, long a resident in Germany, it has especial value. The writer was, I think, inclined to be pro-Nazi up to the time of the Munich Conference.
As ever yours,
The Right Honorable
William Lyon Mackenzie King, C. N. G.,
Prime Minister of Canada,
(Enclosure) Copy of Alexander Kirk's letter of July 29, 1940.
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