740.0011 European War 1939/5–2344: Telegram
The British Prime Minister (Churchill) to President Roosevelt 8
679. Personal. Your 541. I will bring this matter before the Cabinet today Monday. Personally I think it would be best you should speak for all three of us. I can easily do a follow up on some of the points later on. But main principle of note we should strike towards Germany seems to require considerable thought. Also the time of any such statement should have relation to the success or otherwise of our operation.
- The text of this telegram was transmitted to the Secretary of State as an enclosure to a note (not printed), from the British Ambassador, Halifax, on May 23, 1944.↩