Roosevelt Papers: Telegram

Prime Minister Churchill to President Roosevelt 1

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372. Former Naval Person to President personal private and most secret.

I have just heard from Mackenzie King that nothing could afford him more pleasure personally or be more welcome to the Canadian Government and people than a meeting any time during August between us and our staffs at the place mentioned and that we can count on everything in the way of accommodation and hospitality being provided.

  1. Sent by the United States Military Attaché, London, via Army channels. The text here printed is that received in the White House Map Room; a paraphrased text was forwarded to Roosevelt, who was at Hyde Park from the morning of July 17 until 10:30 p.m., July 20, as telegram No. White 14.