W. Averell Harriman Quotes & Sayings (Page 3)

W. Averell Harriman quotes and sayings page 3 (politician). These are the last 4 out of 24 quotes we have.

W. Averell Harriman Quotes
“The Russians obtained a number of plants under Lend-Lease, which had been authorized by Washington, that I thought were not justified for their war effort. They wanted them for postwar use.”
“How could you justify giving Holland twice the amount of money that you gave Belgium? Well, finally, I put it up to them. They said that they couldn't do it; it would destroy them. I said they had to do it. And I finally got support from Hoffman on it.”
W. Averell Harriman Quotes
“I think Stalin was afraid of Roosevelt. Whenever Roosevelt spoke, he sort of watched him with a certain awe. He was afraid of Roosevelt's influence in the world.”
W. Averell Harriman Quotes
“I think there are telegrams that may or may not be available, which indicated that I very much had in mind the need to give Europe substantial aid after the war, after Lend-Lease was over.”

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