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Letter from Kogoro Takahira to Theodore Roosevelt

Takahira, Kogoro, Baron, 1854-1926
Ambassador Takahira is very pleased that "through the most attentive and appropriate measures" taken by President Roosevelt, peace between Russia and Japan has made favorable progress. Takahira was shocked to hear of the death of John Hay and sends his condolences "for the great loss the United States has sustained."
Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905), Condolence notes, Death and burial of a person, International relations, Peace, Japan, Russia, Hay, John, 1838-1905
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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