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Letter from the Acting Secretary of State (Grew) to Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg

Washington Foreign Relations of the United States: The Conference of Berlin (The Potsdam Conference), 1945,…
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Memorandum by the President’s Adviser and Assistant (Hopkins) of a Conversation During Dinner at the Kremlin

Top Secret Moscow Foreign Relations of the United States: The Conference of Berlin (The Potsdam…
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Excerpts from Memorandum by Mr. Edwin A. Locke, Jr., Personal Representative of President Truman

Washington A Proposal Aimed at Averting Civil War in China 1. Stake of the United…
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Excerpts from the Ambassador in China (Hurley) to the Secretary of State

Chungking [Received July 19 – 8:21 a.m.] We advised President Roosevelt more than a year…
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Excerpts from Memorandum by Mr. John S. Service to the Chief of the Division of Chinese Affairs (John Carter Vincent)

Washington While in Yenan I discussed with Communist leaders the possibility of Communist policy becoming…
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Excerpts from the Ambassador in France (Caffery) to the Secretary of State

Paris 1 p.m. As a result of informal and confidential conversations with a number of…
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An Estimate of Conditions in Asia and the Pacific at the Close of the War in the Far East and the Objectives and Policies of the United States

Washington A Policy Paper Prepared in the Department of State I. Introduction When V day…
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The Acting Secretary of State to the Ambassador in France (Jefferson Caffery)

Washington Noon 1945. Following telegram dated May 9 received from the Secretary at San Francisco,…
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Memorandum by the Assistant to the President’s Naval Aide (George M. Elsey)

Top Secret Indo-China first became a subject in Presidential messages in November 1944. General Wedemeyer,…
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