Documents on Germany, 1944-1970

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1971 - 897 páginas
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Decision of the Air Directorate Amending Draft Regulations Governing
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Report by Secretary of State Byrnes on the First Part of the Second Ses
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Memorandum of Agreement Between the United States and the United
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Report by Secretary of State Marshall on the Fifth Session of the Council
86
Statement by Marshall Sokolovsky Marking the Soviet Withdrawal From
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bracketed note beneath each such title in the body of the compilation the reader is given citation to a source
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Tripartite Statement Announcing Extension of the Western Deutsche
99
Statement Issued by the Soviet Government on Withdrawal of the Soviet Page
100
Note From the Soviet Union to the United States Agreeing to Negotiations
107
FourPower Directive to the Military Governors in Berlin on Lifting
115
Note From the United States to the Soviet Union Insisting on Lifting
121
Note From the U S Representative at the United Nations to the U
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III Appealing to the Great Powers To Renew Their
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The North Atlantic Treaty Signed at Washington April 4 1949
145
Statement by the Department of State on the Status of the JessupMalik
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Statement of Principles Governing the Relationship Between the Allied
158
Communiqué on the Sixth Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers
164
Statement by the Chief of the Soviet Military Administration in Germany
171
Letter From the United States Commandant in Berlin to the Chairman
178
Letter From the Allied Western Kommandatora to the West Berlin
182
Joint Resolution To Terminate the State of War Between the United
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Note From the United States to the Soviet Union Proposing Creation of
194
News Conference Remarks by Secretary Acheson Concerning Interfer
200
Bracketed Note on the Bonn and Paris Agreements of May 26 and
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Note From the United States to the Soviet Union Reasserting the Need
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Note From the United States to the Soviet Union Urging a Single
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Letter From President Eisenhower to Chancellor Adenauer on the Implica
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Submitted to the Foreign Ministers Meeting Berlin January 29 1954
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Soviet Proposal for a Treaty on Collective Security in Europe Including
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Bracketed Note on the Paris Agreements of October 23 1954
248
Agreement Between France the United Kingdom and the United States
254
Soviet Decree Terminating the State of War Between the Soviet Union Page
260
Draft Treaty on European Security Submitted by the Soviet Union
270
Statement by the Foreign Ministers of France the United Kingdom
276
Soviet Proposal for Establishment of an AllGerman Council Submitted
283
Note From the American Ambassador in the Federal Republic of Germany
286
Note From the United States to the Soviet Union in Support of the West
299
1957
306
Letter From Chancellor Adenauer to the Soviet Ambassador to the Federal
312
Communiqué and Joint Declaration Issued at the Conclusion of Talks
318
Letter From Chairman Bulganin to President Eisenhower Endorsing
324
Note From Polish Minister Rapacki to the American Ambassador
328
Letter From the American Ambassador in Bonn to the Soviet Chargé
335
Memorandum From France the United Kingdom and the United States
343
Address by Chairman Khrushchev Proposing That the Western Powers
350
Note From the Soviet Union to the United States Regarding the Status
360
Communiqué Reaffirming Quadripartite Responsibilities in Berlin Issued
366
Note From the United States to the Soviet Union on the Status of Berlin
379
Note From the United States to the Soviet Union Protesting Detention
411
Note From the Soviet Union to the United States Agreeing to a Foreign
412
Agreement Between the United States and the Federal Republic
425
Statement by Foreign Minister Gromyko on Soviet Proposals Regarding
442
Statement by Foreign Minister Gromyko Submitting New Soviet Pro
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Note From the Soviet Union to the United States Protesting the Proposed Page
470
1961
518
Report to the Nation by President Kennedy Following His Talks With
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News Conference Statement by President Kennedy on Communist Threats
539
Note From the United States to the Soviet Union on the Questions
546
Statement by President Kennedy on a German Peace Settlement and
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Communique of the NATO Council on the Problem of Germany and Berlin
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Note From the Western Commandants in Berlin to the Soviet Commandant Page
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Note From the Soviet Union to the United States Protesting the Transport
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Note From the Soviet Union to the French Republic Protesting the Flight
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Interview of President Kennedy by Aleksei Adzhubei Editor of Izvestia
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Address by Foreign Minister Gromyko to the Supreme Soviet of
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Note From the Soviet Union to the United States Protesting Dangerous
602
Note From the Soviet Union to the United States Rejecting the Proposal
605
Statement Issued by the United States the United Kingdom and France
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Note From the United States to the Soviet Union Justifying the West
617
The FrancoGerman Treaty on Organization and Principles of Coopera
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Note From the United States to the Soviet Uni Explaining the West
629
Address by Chairman Khrushchev in East Berlin Proposing the Creation Pago
635
Note From the Soviet Union to the United States Alleging Western
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Note From the Soviet Union to the United States Protesting the Proposed
648
Joint Communiqué Issued at the Conclusion of Talks Between Chairman
654
Address by Ambassador McGhee at Tuetzing West Germany Concerning
660
Address by Polish Foreign Minister Rapacki at the United Nations Gen
667
Note From the United States to the Soviet Union Protesting Harassment
672
Statement by Soviet Representative Tsarapkin Before th Eighteen
678
Statement by the Federal Republic of Germany on the West BerlinEast
684
Note From the Federal Republic of Germany to the United States
691
Note From the Soviet Union to the Federal Republic of Germany
698
Declaration Issued by the Political Consultative Committee of
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Extracts
708
Communiqué Issued by the North Atlantic Council Concerning
716
Draft Declaration by the Federal Republic of Germany on Renunciation
722
Statement by Chancellor Kiesinger Before the Bundestag Proposing
729
Joint Communiqué Issued at the Conclusion of Talks Between President
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Soviet Draft Declaration on Renunciation of the Use of Force in Relations
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Joint Communiqué Issued by the Soviet Union and a PartyGovern
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Note From the Soviet Union to the Federal Republic of Germany Urging
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Note From the Federal Republic of Germany to the Soviet Union Support Page
758
Revised Constitution of the German Democratic Republic Approved
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Letter From the Permanent Observer of the Federal Republic of Germany
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Statement by Foreign Minister Brandt Before the NATO Ministerial
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Final Communiqué of the NATO Ministerial Meeting Brussels November
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Declaration on Germany and European Security Issued by the Foreign
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Statement by France the United Kingdom and the United States
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Communiqué Íssued by the Political Consultative Committee of
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Letter From Chairman Ulbricht to President Heinemann Transmitting
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News Conference Remarks by Chairman Ulbricht on Negotiation of
829
Statement by MinisterPresident Stoph Stressing the Need To Recognize
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Communiqué Issued After the Opening of Quadripartite Talks on Berlin
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Statement by MinisterPresident Stoph Emphasizing the Need for a Treaty
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Declaration on Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions Issued at
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Note From the United States to the Federal Republic of Germany Assert
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Address by Ambassador Rush Before the Foreign Policy Society of Munich
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Address by First Secretary Brezhnev Concerning FourPower Negotiations
874
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