Mrs Eleonor Roosevelt, wife of the late American President, Franklin D. Roosevelt, flew into Copenhagen?
Mrs. roosevelt say to the press: "Nikita Chrustjev say to me that a war will be unimaginable, but I don't know if it will be true what he say;.
Mrs roosevelt meet also the russian mother, there for long time since send an open letter to New York times.
,,I was very glad to meet this russian mother, and I think that she was glad to see me to, and I am sure, she look at an american women with other says than she do before. She got five children, and already before I arrive her home she got probably already exchange her look of USA"
"I cut go where I want to go in russian, and talk with all people I want to talk to. The strongest person I meet was mr. Grushchev, but I can only say that he told that a war was unimaginable. The rest of my interview I got on my recorder, and I will put it down the magazine when I come back to USA. As you know I am a reporter myself, so don't ask me to give away my story"
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Background: Mrs Eleonor Roosevelt, wife of the late American President, Franklin D. Roosevelt, flew into Copenhagen on September 28 after her three weeks' 'assignment' in Russia.
Mrs. Roosevelt, who is writing a series of articles for the New York Times told waiting reporters that she had spoken with Kruschev. He had told her, she said, that war was 'unthinkable'.
She had spoken, too, she said with many Russian people, particularly to a Russian mother who had written to her paper criticizing American women and their way of life. Mrs. Roosevelt said she had convinced this woman that America was not all she had thought.
As for the rest of her experiences, Mrs Roosevelt said she had many tape-recorded interview, the gist of which she would not divulge. It will appear in the paper, she said...."so don't ask me to give away my story."