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Diary Entry of Harry S. Truman

Date:
1947-03-31T00:00:00
Description:
Meeting with Argentine Ambassador. He is going to Argentine [sic]. Invited Dean Atcheson [sic], Tom Connolly [sic] and Vandenberg. Told the Ambassador that we wanted friendly relations with his country, but that we also wanted compliance with agreements made at San Francisco and Mexico City. Informed him that there were still Nazi war criminals loose in his country. They should be rounded up and deported for trial. He talked of Communism in Chili [sic], Brazil and Bolivia. It was intimated that Argentines [sic] compliance was the subject of conversation. He said that Communism is rife in Brazil. I doubt if we accomplished anything. The Ambassador speaks terrible English. Said Argentine [sic] wanted to get along with us, etc., 89 days past Monday, March 31, 1947 215 days to come (For Information of particular significance to this day see Taxpayers Calender preceding Diary pages) Meeting with Augustine Bufacrador. He is going to Argentina. I united Dean atechevoz, Tom Cozaolly, and Voudeabeg. Told the Arafallador that the stated friendly refatior until his country, but that they also mated compliance in the agreements made at San Francisco dad Mexico City. Infoulaed him that there may still Naei may euigiual loose in his country. They should be rounded up and deported for trial. He talked of Commander in Chief , Brazil and Boliria. It was investigated that Argeatines compliance was the suficient of commacating. He said that Communication is rite in Brazil. I doubt if its accomplished anything. The Ambassador speaks terrible English. Said Argentina wanted to get along with us. eve.
Subject:
Vandenberg, Arthur H. (Arthur Hendrick), 1884-1951, Acheson, Dean, 1893-1971, Connally, Tom, 1877-1963, Ambassadors, International relations, War criminals
Partner:
National Archives and Records Administration
Part of:
1947, Diaries Files
Source:
https://catalog.archives.gov/id/5859981
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