Correspondence Between President Truman and Pope Pius XII

By: Truman, Harry S.; His Holiness Pope Pius XII; Taylor, Myron C.

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First edition. Includes original onion skin jacket, with loss and tears along top edge (large chip from rear panel). Myron Taylor's calling card affixed to front endpaper with paperclip, and a typed letter on Taylor's stationery to one Mr. Edward Beiderbecke is laid in. 1950 Hard Cover. 44 pp. 8vo. Includes an introduction by Myron C. Taylor, Truman's personal representative to His Holiness Pope Pius XII. Photographs of all three men precede text. The collected correspondence includes ten letters written between April 1946 and December 1949, and serves as a companion to the earlier work entitled 'Wartime Correspondence Between President Roosevelt and Pope Pius XII'. The letters discuss how the United States and the Vatican might work together to alleviate the human suffering and the crises of faith occasioned by World War II, and cooperate towards achieving a lasting peace.

Title: Correspondence Between President Truman and Pope Pius XII

Author: Truman, Harry S.; His Holiness Pope Pius XII; Taylor, Myron C.

Categories: Essays & Letters, 20th Century,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Myron C. Taylor: 1950

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 2061836

Keywords: AMERICAN HISTORY LETTERS CORRESPONDENCE PRESIDENT HARRY S. TRUMAN PRESIDENTIAL WRITINGS WORLD WAR II WWII POPE PIUS PAPAL,