Moffat, Jay Pierrepont, Washington. To G.S. Messersmith, Vienna.

Messersmith, George S. (George Strausser), 1883-1960.
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Enclosure: See No. 448. Alfred Hoyt Granger has returned, pleased with reception he received at Legation in Vienna; believes Dr. [Julius] Deutsch has attracted little attention; encloses clipping concerning him; will pass on orally in right quarter, when occasion warrants, Messersmith's remarks concerning [Ernest L.] Harris; John Gunther called yesterday; had long talk with him and arranged for him to attend press conference; Rudolf Schoenfeld run down from overwork and ordered by doctor to take month's rest; staying with Arthur Schoenfeld in Santo Domingo; informed by one of the Little Entente representatives that [Edward] Benes and [Nicholas] Titulescu in accord in opposing revision; they think by linking revisionism and terrorism they would have support of public opinion; events in Geneva assume new significance; public opinion in U.S. seemed to favor Yugoslav cause until deportation of Hungarians began, when sympathy veered to other side; chief concern for last two months has been naval conversations in London with emphasis on Anglo-American cooperation; no chance of a meeting of the minds with the Japanese; extends Christmas greetings.
Messersmith, George S. (George Strausser), 1883-1960.