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Thomas T. Handy Interview 2 Details July 9, 1970
Summary of Topics Covered:
Handy tells of the military’s efforts to keep the President informed, including prior to his meeting with Churchill at the Quebec Conference. He relates Marshall’s frustration over the lack of an American Secretariat to record decisions taken at meetings. He talks about Marshall’s relationship with FDR and his reaction to not being appointed as Supreme Commander.
Forest Pogue recorded audio of this interview. The original tape and a digitized version are available from the George C. Marshall Research Library. Please contact the library to obtain a copy.