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- Senator Nelson congratulates President Roosevelt for bringing Russia and Japan together for peace negotiations. While Nelson does not think it appropriate for either himself or Roosevelt to recognize the new Norwegian government, he suggests that Roosevelt may commend Sweden and Norway for being able to "come together on some fair basis without bloodshed."
- Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905), Separation of Norway from Sweden (1905), International relations, Peace, Japan, Norway, Russia, Sweden
- Theodore Roosevelt Center
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Letter from Knute Nelson to Theodore Roosevelt
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