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October 27, 1945

TASS Digest Distributed to Cde. I.V. Stalin et al, 'Radio Broadcast'

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[handwritten: return[[ed]] 29 October


[stamp: Secret

Department of TASS]

Top Secret




LONDON, African broadcast, English, 27 October.


Harriman, the US Ambassador in the Soviet Union, declared to representatives of the press that Generalissimo Stalin is in good health and that rumors about his illness have no basis.


Harriman visited Stalin in Sochi, a Black Sea resort, where Stalin is spending his vacation.


Nine copies printed

1  - to Cde. I. V. Stalin

2 - to Cde. V. M. Molotov

3 - to Cde. A. I. Mikoyan

4 - to Cde. G. M. Malenkov

5 -  to Cde. L. P. Beria

6 – to Cde. V. N. Merkulov

7 – to Cde. A. Ya. Vyshinsky

8 – to Cde. V. G. Dekanozov

9 – to the file of the s. o..


Nº 520ss. 27 October 1945


[handwritten: PR]


US Ambassador to the Soviet Union Harriman told the press that Stalin was in good condition when they met in Sochi.

Document Information


RGASPI, f. 558, op. 11, d. 97, ll.129. Contributed by Sergey Radchenko and translated by Gary Goldberg.


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