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Kennedy, Joseph P., Sr.: General correspondence, 1940-1946

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    Digital Identifier:
    JFKPP-004-028
    Title:
    Kennedy, Joseph P., Sr.: General correspondence, 1940-1946
    Date(s) of Materials:
    1 January 1940-17 January 1946
    Folder Description:
    This folder contains materials concerning Why England Slept, the published version of Kennedy's senior thesis from Harvard University on the subject of British appeasement policy toward Nazi Germany. Items in this folder include a memorandum, a newspaper article, a transcript from a radio program, and correspondence between John F. Kennedy's father, Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. and his associates, including a letter from then President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
    Extent:
    31 digital pages
    Collection:
    John F. Kennedy Personal Papers
    Finding Aid | Digitized Content
    Series Number:
    05.
    Preferred Citation:
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Personal Papers. Correspondence, 1933-1950: Family. Kennedy, Joseph P., Sr.: General correspondence, 1940-1946
    Place(s):
    Great Britain
    Physical Description:
    31 digital pages
    Media Type:
    Paper
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