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United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510
April 21, 1993
Dear Dr. John,
Thank you very much for having taken the time to write and to send the excerpt from [the March–April 1993 Journal of Robert John’s review of Issah Nakleh’s Encyclopedia of the Palestine Problem. I am glad to have it, and I anticipate that it will prove to be of use.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan
September 15, 1986
Dear Mr. John,
Many thanks for your kind wishes on the occasion of my election to the Presidency of the Republic of Austria. I was deeply touched by your thoughtful gesture.
I have read with great interest your article [in the Winter 1985–86 Journal] on the Balfour Declaration and other historical aspects. I return you herewith The Journal of Historical Review.
One of the first important steps to overcome the horrible consequences of a tragedy, as was World War II, was to build up an atmosphere of understanding of mutual esteem between Europeans and Americans. That is why I appreciated so much your letter.
With warmest regards and best wishes.
"Let truth and falsehood grapple freely, for whoever knew the truth put to the worst in a free and open encounter."
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|Author(s):||Daniel Patrick Moynihan , Kurt Waldheim|
|Title:||Who reads the Journal?, Letters from a U.S. Senator and an Austrian President about articles in the "Journal"|
|Sources:||The Journal of Historical Review, vol. 13, no. 5 (September/October 1993), p. 38|
|First posted on CODOH:||Nov. 25, 2012, 6 p.m.|