860C.001 Moscicki, Ignacy/42
President Roosevelt to the Secretary of State
Washington, October 28, 1939.
On the proposed telegram to Bucharest about President Moscicki, I do not see any reason for letting the matter drop. I think our Minister can properly present it to King Carol as a verbal message from the President of the United States to the King, without anything in writing and without an “aide-mémoire”. This can be done without any publicity whatsoever but, frankly, I want for my own conscience to have made some further move in behalf of the poor old ex-President of Poland.
F[ranklin] D. R[oosevelt]