"IT MAY BE SOME TIME BEFORE THE GERMANS ARE BEATEN!" ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, as President, to Wade Chance, stating that the newspapers falsely reported a change to his cabinet, expressing interest in quotations by General Morgan, and speculating that overcoming the Nazis may take time. 1 page, 4to, White House stationery, with integral blank; some scattered foxing, faint soiling at edges, horizontal fold; matted and framed. Washington, 2 October 1944
"I had hoped that by this time you would have learned not to believe everything you read in the papers. There are no differences in the Cabinet. I am sorry that once again the papers raised up a straw man in which even the straw is synthetic. "I am much interested in the quotations from General Morgan. They constitute a real contribution to some of the things we are about to face. However, it may be some time before the Germans are beaten!"
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