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June 10, 1944

HARRIMAN'S BRIEF IMPRESSIONS ON STALIN MEETING

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    Harriman briefs the President on his impressions of a meeting with Stalin. Seven specific memos to follow.
    "Harriman's brief impressions on Stalin Meeting," June 10, 1944, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Container # 172, W. Averell Harriman Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/219907
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Conversation             June 10, 1944

The Kremlin

Present: The American Ambassador, Mr. Harriman

 Marshal Stalin

 Mr. Molotov

 Mr. Page, Second Secretary of Embassy

 Mr. Pavlov, Secretary to Mr. Molotov

Subject: Message from the President

I said that the President had asked me to pay to Marshal Stalin his respects and to say that he was very gratified at the progress which had been made in all aspects of Soviet-American relations. The Marshal replied that he also was gratified and that “We are going along a good road.”

The entire conversation, which is described in a series of seven memoranda*, lasted about two hours. The Marshal looked well but appeared tired before the talk was over.

*Subjects: Message from the President.

     Future meeting between the President

and Marshal Stalin.

    The Military Situation.

     Shuttle Bombing Bases.

     Poland.

     The Far East.

     China.

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