2-176 Memorandum for the Secretary of War, May 22, 1940

Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press
Date: May 22, 1940

Memorandum for the Secretary of War

May 22, 1940 [Washington, D.C.]

I have read the letter you handed me from the lady in Owensboro, Kentucky, with reference to General Krueger.1

Krueger and I were second lieutenants in the same regiment in 1903. He is of typical German stock, thorough, hard-working, ambitious, and devoid of humor. At the time of the return of our regiment from the Philippines in 1902 [1903] and the stopping of the transport at Nagasaki to coal, I recall he was hoping to see his brother there, and that his brother was a General Staff officer of the German Army then on duty as a Military Attach

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