Roosevelt Papers: Telegram

Prime Minister Churchill to President Roosevelt 1

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Prime Minister to President Roosevelt Personal and Top Secret Number 834.

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3. Your last paragraph.3 We have not got to this point yet and I agree with you we should collect a good many arms from the Germans. [Page 288]Still, I think when American divisions begin to return home there would be a strong case for their leaving some of their heavy weapons and equipment behind for the French to take over the job.

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  1. Sent by the United States Military Attaché, London, via Army channels.
  2. Other portions of this telegram are printed ante, p. 19.
  3. Supra.