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April 29, 1948

Cable, Stalin to Mao Zedong

To Com[rade] Mao Zedong

Your letter dated 26 April has been received. [I] agree with your plan for the trip to the USSR. You may take along whomever and however many people you need. Both Russian doctors must depart with you. [I] agree with leaving one radio station in Harbin. Will talk about the rest at the meeting.


Stalin agrees with the plans Mao discusses in a previous cable.


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APRF: F. 39, Op. 1, D. 31, L. 32. Reprinted in Andrei Ledovskii, Raisa Mirovitskaia and Vladimir Miasnikov, Sovetsko-Kitaiskie Otnosheniia, Vol. 5, Book 1, 1946-February 1950 (Moscow: Pamiatniki Istoricheskoi Mysli, 2005), p. 417. Translated for CWIHP by Sergey Radchenko.


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