Chaim Weizmann Thanks British Zionist Leader for a Copy of His Book, "The Jews, the War and After"

December 14, 1943

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Chaim Weizmann Thanks British Zionist Leader for a Copy of His Book, "The Jews, the War and After"
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      Weizmann thanks the British Zionist leader, Phineas Horowitz, for a copy of his new book, The Jews, the War and After, which he looks forward to reading “with much pleasure and profit.”


      Typed Letter Signed, in English, 1 page, octavo, on the letterhead of The Jewish Agency for Palestine 77, Great Russell Street but sent from the Dorchester Hotel, London, December 14, 1943. To P. Horowitz.
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      THE JEWISH AGENCY FOR PALESTINE.

      TELEPHONE: MUSEUM 3815 (6 LINES).
      TELEGRAMS: "ZIONIBURO. LONDON."
      CODES: BENTLEY'S AND MOSSE'S.

      In reply please address the Secretary:
      and quote the following Reference No.: 

      As from:  The Dorchester.
      77, GREAT RUSSELL STREET.
      LONDON. W.C. 1.

      14th December, 1943.

      P. Horowitz, Esq.,
      c/o Messrs. Neale and Company,
      20, Bloomsbury Square, W.C.1.

      My dear Horowitz,

      It is most kind of you to send me the copy of "The Jews, the War and After", which I look forward to reading with much pleasure and profit.  I have been laid up with a touch of 'flu, and shall be kept indoors for a few days yet, so reading-matter is especially welcome.  I expect to be back at the office very shortly.

      With kindest personal regards, and all good wishes, I am

      Very sincerely yours,

      CH. WEIZMANN