Roosevelt Papers: Telegram
Prime Minister Churchill to President Roosevelt 1
London, 29 July 1943.
Former Naval Person to President. Personal and most secret. No. 387.
I was so glad to hear your voice again2 and that you were in such good spirits, and also that you like our plans for “ Quadrant ” to which we are all ardently looking forward.3
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- Channel of transmission not indicated. An information copy of this message was sent to Hull by the British Minister at Washington (Campbell) on July 30, 1943 (740.0011 EW/7–3043).↩
- The reference is probably to Roosevelt’s broadcast of July 28, 1943. See Rosenman, pp. 326–336; Department of State Bulletin, vol. ix, July 31, 1943, pp. 57–62.↩
- For the full text of this message, see Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. ii, pp. 336–337.↩