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  Library Correspondence Harry S. Truman: Letter, March 3, 1948

Letter on Truman's Vice Presidency
From: Harry S. Truman, President of the United States of America
To: Margaret Truman, Truman's Daughter
Date: March 3, 1948

Truman's letter to daughter
Margaret, March 3 1948

If there ever was a top secret this is it. Someday I'll have to tell it. As you know I was Vice- President from Jan. 20 to April 12, 1945. I was at Cabinet meetings and saw Roosevelt once or twice in those months. But he never did talk to me confidentially about the war, or about foreign affairs or what he had in mind for the peace after the war. ... Then I had to start in reading memorandums, briefs, and volumes of correspondence on the World situation. Too bad I hadn't been on the Foreign Affairs Committee or that F.D.R. hadn't informed me on the situation.


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