John Winant to Franklin D. Roosevelt (November 14, 1941)

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John Winant to Franklin D. Roosevelt (November 14, 1941)  (1941) 
by John Gilbert Winant

14 NOVEMBER 1941

FROM WINANT (LONDON)
FOR THE PRESIDENT

REGARDING YOUR MESSAGE OF THE 11TH, I PERSONALLY GAVE YOUR CABLE TO THE PRIME MINISTER. HE UNDERSTOOD PERFECTLY YOUR GIVING LORD HALIFAX THE MILITARY INFORMATION REFERRED TO IN YOUR MESSAGE. HE TOLD ME AND I ALSO VERIFIED THE FACT THAT BOTH THE ARMY AND THE AIRFORCE WERE GLAD TO RECEIVE OUR ESTIMATES OF THE MILITARY SITUATION IN ENGLAND. THE PRIME MINISTER DEEPLY APPRECIATED YOUR THOUGHTFULNESS IN WHAT YOU DID AND YOUR CONSIDERATION IN NOTIFYING HIM.

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COPY FOR THE PRESIDENT.

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