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Lewis W. Douglas Interview 2 Details April 29, 1971
Summary of Topics Covered:
Mr. Douglas speaks of his time as head of tonnage within the War Shipping Administration during WWII. Due to illness, he left that position prior to D-Day. Douglas talks about the London Economic Conference of 1933 and the message from FDR in which he denounced currency stabilization. Lastly, Douglas speaks of his time as Ambassador to the UK having been approached by George C. Marshall for Pres. Truman.
To obtain a transcript of this interview contact The George C. Marshall Research Library.
Forest Pogue recorded audio of this interview. The original tape and a digitized version are available from the George C. Marshall Research Library. Please contactthe library to obtain a copy.