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31. Oct. 1918.

HYDE PARK HOTEL KNIGHTSBRIDGE LONDON, S.W.

My dear John

I appreciated your kind letter on my resignation very much. The doctors have been too much for me and a rest has become imperative. I know that you have suffered from the same necessity yourself, and will sympathise with me. As a matter of fact there are very few points

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in which our experience has not been the same, for the wrestle you had with the Department of Information was only transferred to me on a larger scale in the Ministry. Perhaps on my retirement you will allow the privilege of telling you how much I have appreciated your work in the Intelligence Department. I have always felt how reliable you were in every particular and how much

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I was indebted to you, but illness gives one the privilege of saying these things. It is about the only advantage that it entails. It has been in the preparation of our reports that I have particularly felt the advantage of your keen and experienced brain, as I have always felt in general the pleasure of your companionship.

Yours faithfully

Max [ST: Beaverbrook]

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