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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, with the annual message of the president transmitted to Congress December 7, 1903
(1903)

Germany,   pp. 411-451 PDF (15.4 MB)


Page 451

 GERMANY. 451 
 We depart with profound regret, and shall ever bear in memory the delightful
week passed by the United States squadron in the harbor of Kiel, as the guests
of His Majesty the Emperor. 
 I have, etc., C. S. COTTON. 
 I have communicated this message from Admiral Cotton to the Imperial minister
for foreign affairs with the request that it may be presented to the Emperor.
 I ani happy to report to you that the whole of the visit of this squadron
was eminently successful in every respect. I believe that it has drawn the
two nations together in a way which will do lasting good, and I am convinced
that it will have the happiest results in the intercourse between Germany
and the United States. 
I have, etc., 
CHARLEMAGNE TOWER 


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