The Secretary of State to President Wilson
My Dear Mr. President: After consultation with Secretary Mc-Adoo today, and in line with our talk last evening, I have prepared the enclosed telegram which Secretary McAdoo approves.
If it meets with your approval will you be good enough to send it to the telegraph office of the Department so that it can immediately be put upon the wires?28
- On the same day President Wilson replied: “This has my entire approval.” For correspondence previously printed concerning the Kaledin movement, see Foreign Relations, 1918, Russia, vol. i, pp. 306–322, passim, and ibid., vol. ii, pp. 40, 587, 588, 601–603, 609, 611, 650.↩
- This telegram was sent Dec. 13, 1917, 2 p. m. (file No. 763.72/8200a).↩
- Assistant Secretary of the Treasury and delegate of the Treasury to the Inter-Allied Council on War Purchases and Finance.↩