Prime Minister Churchill to President Roosevelt
Mr. President. I return the Memorandum you gave me about Italian Colonies.1
The Foreign Office would like to treat this as an official communication if you would allow us to keep a copy of it.2
It seems that the usual broad and substantial measure of agreement exists between us, but we should like to look into the details more closely.
- The paper attached to this communication is the ribbon copy of Hull’s memorandum to Roosevelt of September 11, 1944, ante, p. 408.↩
- Attnched to this memorandum in the Roosevelt Papers is the following handwritten note: “The President told the P. M. OK to keep copies of attached & he also said he wanted an answer from the British on it. D[orothy] J B[rady].”↩