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- Ambassador Meyer writes to President Roosevelt regarding Meyer's discussion of the Russian situation with French official Rouvier. Meyer mentions that Rouvier is concerned about the impact of the Russian securities downfall on France's financial situation, yet German official Buelow has a more positive outlook. Next, Meyer describes his dinner meeting with Emperor William II who commented on Roosevelt's cablegram messages, remarks, and stance regarding a tariff and treaty. Meyer then goes into detail about Russian strikes and the potential plans for deploying Russian Cossack troops to help keep things in order.
- Confidential communications, Finance, Securities, Confidence and security building measures (International relations), Emperors, Dinners and dining, Press coverage, Tariff, Treaties, Inscriptions, Armed Forces--Mobilization, Cossacks--Wars, Express trains, International relations, Diplomatic and consular service, France--Paris, Russia, Russia (Federation)--Saint Petersburg, Germany--Berlin, Germany--Potsdam, England, Europe--Galicia, United States. Embassy (Russia), Bulow, Bernhard, Furst von, 1849-1929, Sternburg, Hermann Speck von, Freiherr, 1852-1908, Root, Elihu, 1845-1937, Delcassé, Théophile, 1852-1923, Vitte, S. I︠U︡. (Sergeĭ I︠U︡lʹevich), graf, 1849-1915, William II, German Emperor, 1859-1941
- Theodore Roosevelt Center
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Letter from George von Lengerke Meyer to Theodore Roosevelt
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