Chaim Weizmann on the Assassination of Russian Pogrom Organizer Plehve: A Pity He Didn't Die Years Ago

August 4, 1904

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Chaim Weizmann on the Assassination of Russian Pogrom Organizer Plehve: A Pity He Didn't Die Years Ago
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2 pages | SMC 1585

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      Manchester, 4. VIII.04
      C. on M.
      10, Cecil street. [sic]

      Dear Miss Mitze!  Many thanks for your kind letter, I was very glad to hear, that all is well in 22.  I hope to see you in a few days, because it is almost sure that I go to Vienna and perhaps a little earlier, than I thought.

      Here is no many news to tell you; I work in the labor. [sic] like a coolie and it [text is crossed out] does me good. Vera writes daily, she will [text is crossed out] come soone [sic].

      Many kind regards for Madame Van Gelder, whom I hope to meet bientot. 

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      Excuse me the dumm [sic] letter. I am not so dumm [sic] but it is my english. [sic]

      Best wishes for all dear people at 22.

      About Plehve is only one thing to say. It is a pity that he [text is crossed out] did not gone some years ago; now he was skillfully sent to Father Abraham.

      Best wishes to Miss Franceska.

      Auf wiedersehen

      Your loyal

      CH WEIZMANN

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      Mademoiselle
      M. van Gelder
      22. Grosvenor Rd.
      Canonbury N.
      London


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      HIGHBURY S.O.
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