Correspondence between Ray Moseley and Harry S. Truman (1947)

On 26 November 1947, estate agent Ray Moseley shares his concerns with US President Harry Truman about the financial aid provided by the United States to European countries at the expense of American households. In his reply, dated 1 December 1947, Harry Truman points out that most European countries have been devastated by the war and urgently require US economic aid.

Source and copyright

Source: Correspondence between Ray Moseley and Harry S. Truman. President (1945-1953: Truman), 1947. Black and White.
Harry S. Truman Library (NLT), Independence, MO, U.S. Highway 24 & Delaware Street, Independence, MO 64050-1798. NLT. PSF. A. 19471126. ARC Id. 201 510.

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