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Confidential U.S. State Department special files. Northeast Asia, 1943-1956. / Gregory Murphy; Blair D. Hydrick. --Frederick, MD : University Publications of America,1985. --24卷: 正片 ; 35mm. --编目员补充的翻译题名: 美国国务院机密特别档案:东北亚,1943-1956. --ISBN 1556551947:CNY31200.00(全24卷), ISBN 9780890937723
 
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1. --1050幅 .-- Records of the Directors of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (U. Alexis Johnson), 1945-1953. --子目: (1) Aviation. May 25-July 14, 1950. Major Topics: Civil aviation in Japan; Japanese airlines. (2) CINCFE-Ambassador Relationship (K. Young). January 10-April 9, 1952. Major Topics: Japanese rearmament; Japanese defense forces. (3) Employment Applications. January 18, 1950-July 9, 1951. (4) Fulbright Program. April 6-14,1950. Major Topics: Fulbright Program in Japan; SCAP exchange of persons program. (5) Japan, Communications. February 6-June 12, 1950. Major Topics: SCAP communications channels; cryptographic system for USPOLAD; Far East mail handling procedures and facilities. (6) Japan, Consular Posts. December 19, 1949-February 27,1950. Major Topics: Duties of Supervisory Consul General; consular establishment in Japan. (7) Japan, Language Training. December 6, 1949-January 20, 1950. Major Topic: Japanese language training program. (8) Japan, Press Reports on Termination of Hostilities. June 19-20,1951. Major Topics: SCAP authority in Japan; termination of occupation controls in Japan. (9) Japan, Surrender. February 1945-August 28,1945. Major Topics: Josef Stalin's position on China; U.S. policy toward Japan; composition of Allied occupation forces in Japan; Douglas MacArthur designated as SCAP in Japan; Japanese instrument of surrender. (10) Japan, U.S. PoUcy. July 26,1945-April 10,1954. Major Topics: Allied postwar policy toward Japan; demilitarization of Ryukyu Islands; Japanese constitution; U.S. financial policy for Ryukyu Islands; Japanese peace treaty; U.S. military forces on Okinawa; Japanese war reparations; Japanese natural resources; Japanese rearmament; U.S. objectives in Japan. (11) Korea, American Embassy Mail. July 20,1950-September 18,1951. Major Topics: Evacuation of U.S. citizens firom ROK; military situation in ROK; ROK land reform program; U.S. economic and military aid to ROK. (12) Korea, Armistice, Top Secret File. June 28-September 25,1951. Major Topics: Korean armistice negotiations; U.S. military aid to ROK; international security program for ROK; trade restrictions on PRC. (13) Korea, Proposed President's Statement. 1951. Major Topic: UN political and military objectives in Korea. (14) Korea, Statement on. March 17-June 1,1951. Major Topics: Ceasefire agreement for Korea; UN military aid to ROK. (15) Korea, 38th Parallel. January 8-November 18,1951. Major Topics: UN authorization of offensive operations beyond 38th Parallel; U.S. and UN objectives in Korea. (16) Korea, Top Secret File. October 3, 1950-July 3,1953. Major Topics: Plans fat occupation of North Korea; PRC intervention in Korea; U.S. military objectives in Korea.
 
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2. --1068幅 .-- Records of the Directors of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (U. Alexis Johnson), 1945-1953. --子目: (1) Korea, Top Secret File. October 3,1950-July 3,1953 cont. Major Topics: U.S. air attacks on Manchurian targets; Soviet peace offensive. (2) Miscellaneous. April 12, 1950-October 2, 1951. Major Topics: Membership of Ceylon and Indonesia in FEC; U.S. operations in Southeast Asia; alien property custodian requirements in Japan; Korean armistice negotiations; Japanese rearmament. (3) NSC Documents, 1946-52. January 22,1946-October 21, 1952. Major Topics: Disposition of Ryukyu Islands; U.S. civil administration of Ryukyu Islands; Pacific fisheries convention; financial arrangements for Japan; U.S.-Japanese administrative agreement; Japanese trade with PRC; Japanese rearmament (4) Personnel (Departmental). December 1,1949-August 7,1951. Major Topics: Personnel of Office of Northeast Asian Affairs; evacuation of U.S. citizens from Korea. (5) Personnel (Foreign). March 27,1950-June 14,1951. Major Topics: Foreign Building Office (U.S. Department of State) program in Japan; personnel needs of Northeast Asian foreign service posts; reduction of SCAP personnel in Japan. (6) Chronological File, December 1949-August 1950. Major Topics: Establishment of defense forces in Japan and Germany; Japanese peace treaty; U.S. Army procurement in Japan; treatment of POWs by North Korea; Soviet capabilities in the Far East; blockade of North Korea; membership of Ceylon and Indonesia in FEC; U.S. Japanese fisheries treaty; withdrawal of British Commonwealth occupation forces from Japan; administration of Ryukyu Islands; Japanese natural resources; Japanese trade; Foreign Building Office (U.S. Department of State) program in Japan; consular establishment in Japan. (7) Chronological File, August 1950-March 1951. Major Topics: Establishment of Japanese overseas agencies; relaxation of occupation controls in Japan; Japanese security; Japanese participation in International Commodity Allocation Committee; U.S. occupation of Japan; SCAP participation in Singapore Rice Meeting; Japanese economic conditions. (8) Chronological File, April-May 1951. Major Topics: U.S. policy toward Japan; Japanese political situation; Japanese export controls; Japanese trade with PRC; U.S. military aid to ROK; establishment of Japanese overseas agencies. (9) Chronological File, June 1951. Major Topics: Korean armistice negotiations; Japanese financial arrangements; U.S. economic aid to Japan; Japanese trade with PRC; embargo of strategic materials to Communist bloc; termination of occupation of Japan.
 
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3. --1029幅 .-- Records of the Directors of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (U. Alexis Johnson), 1945-1953. --子目: (1) Chronological File, June 1951 cont Major Topics: U.S. relief operations in ROK; PRC communications channels; Japanese peace treaty; administration of Ryukyu Islands; Japanese trade with PRC; U.S. military aid to ROK. (2) Chronological F�e, August 1951. Major Topics: Japanese participation in international conference on land tenure; Indonesian economic relations with Japan; Japanese war reparations; stationing of U.S. military forces in Japan; Japan's GARIOA indebtedness; repatriation of PRC and North Korean POWs; Japanese peace treaty; Communist treatment of UN POWs; Japanese trade with PRC; Korean armistice negotiations; disposition of Ryukyu and Kurile Islands. (3) Correspondence File (R. J. McClurkin), April 1951-December 1951. Major Topics: Japanese peace treaty; U.S.-Japanese administrative agreement; Japanese trade and economic relations with USSR; return of North Korean civilian internees; U.S. policy toward ROK; Japanese security; UNKRA; Allied Powers Property Compensation Law; U.S. Japanese fisheries treaty; Korean armistice negotiations; U.S. economic aid to Japan. (4) Miscellaneous Letters, 1949-1950. Major Topics: UN guarantees Japanese security; Japanese peace treaty; U.S. trade arrangements with Japan; Hiroshima Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Committee; Japanese accession to international wheat agreement; liquidation of German assets in Japan; administration of Ryukyu Islands; U.S.-Japanese fisheries treaty. (5) Miscellaneous Letters, 1951. Major Topics: Japanese rearmament; Japanese peace treaty; Japanese political situation; U.S. information and education programs in Japan; establishment of Japanese overseas agencies. (6) Correspondence File, Northeast Asian Affairs (NA), Letters (Korea), July 1950-April 1951. Major Topics: UN military aid to ROK; PRC intervention in Korea; plans for occupation of North Korea; UN position on pursuit of North Korean aircraft into Manchuria.
 
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4. --978幅 .-- Records of the Directors of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (U. Alexis Johnson), 1945-1953. --子目: (1) Correspondence File, Northeast Asia, Miscellaneous (Korea), July 1950-April 1951. Major Topics: UN intervention in Korean Conflict; plans for occupation of North Korea; Korean reunification; PRC intervention in Korea; UN military operations in Korea; proposed evacuation of UN troops from Korea.  (2) Correspondence File, Northeast Asia, Memos of Conversation, September 1950-May 1951. Major Topics: U.S. courses of action in Korea; plans for occupation of North Korea; ROK atrocities in North Korea; PRC intervention in Korea; proposal to allow pursuit of North Korean planes into Manchuria; establishment of a demilitarized zone in Korea; UNCURK activities; Korean refugees; economic sanctions against PRC; Communist air potential in Korea. (3) Correspondence File, Northeast Asia, Memos, September 1950-May 1951. Major Topics: Soviet attitude in FEC; appointment of SCAP; UN air attacks against PRC; UN military aid to ROK; ROK military casualties; ROK manpower utilization; UNCURK activities; proposal to allow pursuit of North Korean planes into Manchuria; PRC propaganda; plans for occupation of North Korea. (4) Correspondence File (W. J. Sebald), December 1949-October 1951. Major Topics: Japanese language training program; SCAP communications channels; Japanese war criminals; Japanese tariff and public service legislation; William Sebald appointed ambassador to Japan; Douglas MacArthur's relations with UNCURK; U.S. policy toward Japan. (5) Far East Redeployment, 1954-1956. Major Topics: Redeployment of U.S. forces in Japan; change in military command structure in the Pacific area. (6) Far East regarding NSC 5506,1955. Major Topics: U.S. economic policy for the Far East; U.S. economic aid to Asia. (7) Far East regarding NSC 135,1952-1953. Major Topics: U.S. policy toward PRC; Sino-Soviet relations; Eisenhower administration views on Far Eastern problems. (8) Japan. NSC 125 et al. and Progress Report, 1953-1954. Major Topic: U.S. objectives and courses of action regarding Japan. (9) Japan. NSC 5516/1 and Progress Report, 1955. Major Topic: U.S. policy toward Japan. (10) Japan.1290-D, 1956. Major Topic: Japanese internal security situation. (11) Korea-NSC 170/1 and Progress Repot, 1953-1954. Major Topics: U.S. military and economic aid to ROK; U.S. objectives and courses of action in Korea. (12) Korea-"Detailed Development", 1954-1956. Major Topic: Korean armistice arrangements. (13) Northeast Asia. Top Secret File (by Far East Number), 1955-1956. Major Topics: Withdrawal of UN forces from Korea; U.S. troop levels in ROK; U.S. policy toward ROK; introduction of modem combat equipment into Korea; repatriation of Bonin Islanders; Korean armistice problems; U.S. export controls against PRC; internal security situation in ROK. (14) Miscellaneous.Collective Defense in Asia, 1955-1956. Major Topics: U.S. plans regarding Philippine Expeditionary Force in Korea; French request for U.S. air intervention in Indochina; Dienbienphu. (15) OCB Progress, September 28,1954. Miscellaneous Conferences, 1953-1954. (16) Major Topics: Bermuda Conference; Ministerial Conference on PRC; U.S. policy toward PRC. (17) Miscellaneous Intelligence, 1953-1954. (18) Major Topic: Collective security in the Pacific. (19) Miscellaneous Islands.Trust Territory, 1953-1954. (20) Major Topic: Scrap salvage in Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. (21) MisceUaneous Military, 1953-1954. Major Topic: U.S. MAAG requirements for Indochina. Miscellaneous NSC Documents, 1953-1954. (22) Major Topic: U.S. policy in the Far East. (23) Miscellaneous. Political, General, 1953-1954. Major Topics: Relation of Southeast Asian regional grouping to Vietnam; French request for U.S. air intervention in Indochina; Dienbienphu; UN disarmament discussions; U.S.-Nationalist Chinese mutual defense treaty; collective security in the Pacific; strength of Far Eastern regional groupings; U.S. mutual security programs in the Far East. (24) MisceUaneous. U.S. Aid, 1953-1954. Major Topic: U.S. famine relief for PRC. (25) Miscellaneous. U.S. Relations with the Far East (other than Japan and Korea), 19531954. Major Topics: Southeast Asian security treaty; visit to the U.S. by Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden; U.S. policy toward PRC; stability of Communist regime in PRC. (26) Miscellaneous.U.S. Relations with Soviets, 1953-1954. Major Topic: Soviet attack on U.S. aircraft over Korean territory. (27) Japan. Administrative Agreement, NATO and UN Forces Agreement, 1953-1954. Major Topic: U.S. military operating rights and facilities in Greece. (28) Japan. Economic, General, 1953-1954. Major Topics: Plans for evacuation of Chinese Nationalist military and civilian aircraft and naval vessels to U.S. bases in Okinawa and the Philippines; Effect of export controls on PRC. (29) Japan. Intelligence, 1953-1954. Major Topics: Japanese claims against U.S.; John Foster Dulles appointed U.S. Secretary of State.
 
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5. --1003幅 .-- Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs Relating to Foreign Policy Decisions, 1950-1956. --子目: (1) Japan-Islands, Bonins and Ryukyus, 1951-1952. Major Topics: Administration of the Ryukyu and Bonin Islands; Ryukyuan economy; (2) U.S. policy regarding the Ryukyu Islands; Disposition of the Ryukyu Islands; U.S. military bases in the Ryukyu Islands. (3) Korea-NNRC (Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission), 1953-1954. Major Topic: Disposition of Communist POWs in Korea. (4) Korea-NSC Papers, 1953-1954. Major Topics: U. S. policy toward Korea; Increase in ROK defense forces; plans for evacuation of key ROK government leaders; strengthening of ROK economy; Soviet proposal for unified, neutral Korea; U.S. objectives and courses of action in Korea following armistice. (5) Korea-Political, 1953-1954. Major Topics: New Zealand's position on Korean situation; U.S. relations with ROK. (6) Korea-Political Conference, 1953-1954. Major Topics: Communist position at Geneva Conference; U.S. objectives in Korea; Proposed conference for a political settlement for Korea. (7) Korea-Political Conference (Memoranda of Conversation), 1953. Major Topics: Korean Political Conference on unification (French views on, Indian views on, arrangements for, British views on); Korean armistice negotiations; NNRC activities in Korea; ROK relations with Japan and U.S.; proposed neutralization of Korea; Sino-Soviet attitudes toward Korean settlement. (8) Korea. Prisoners of War, 1953-1954. Major Topics: Disposition and handling of Communist POWs in Korea; U.S. policy regarding POWs; plans for trials of Communist POWs in Korea. (9) Korea-Robertson-Rhee Meetings, 1953. Major Topics: U.S.-ROK mutual defense treaty; U.S. military aid to ROK; Korean armistice agreement (10) Korea-U.S.-Korean Relations, 1953-1954. Major Topics: U.S. relations with ROK; Syngman Rhee’s visit to U.S.; proposed use of special military currency in Korea; plans for occupation of North Korea. (11) Korea-U.S. Policy, 1955. Major Topics: Potsdam Conference; U.S.-ROK mutual defense treaty; increase in size of ROK Air Force and Army. (12) Korea-U.S. Policy, 1953-1954. Major Topics: Van Fleet Report on Korea; U.S. military operations in Korea; Increase in ROK defense forces; ROK offer of troops for Laos; U.S.-ROK mutual defense treaty; U.S. position on Korea-Formosa-Philippine Pact; U.S. policy toward ROK; proposal for neutralization of unified Korea; U.S. relations with Japan. (13) Documentation for UN Action in Korea and Free World Unity, 1951. Major Topics: UN policy on Korea; economic sanctions against PRC. (14) Documentation for Attitudes. The UN for Localizing Hostilities in Korea, 1951. Major Topics: Views of foreign governments on crossing of 38th Parallel by UN forces; Indian opposition to crossing of 38th Parallel. (15) Major Topics: Cairo Declaration; Korean question in the UN; U.S. relations with ROK; U.S. military and economic aid to ROK; use of Chinese Nationalist troops in Korea; UN efforts to localize hostilities in Korea; U.S. policy regarding Korea.
 
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6. --945幅 .-- Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs Relating to Foreign Policy Decisions, 1950-1956 cont --子目: (1) Major Topics: Plans for occupation of North Korea; U.S. economic aid to ROK; UN military operations in Korea; Korean ceasefire proposals; treatment and handling of POWs; U.S. position on bombing of Soviet territory and Manchuria. (2) Korea-Military, 1953-1954. Major Topics: Redeployment of U.S. military forces from Korea; reduction of British troop strength in Korea; plans for expansion of ROK military forces; ROK offer of troops to Laos. (3) Korea-Armistice Policy (ROK), 1953-1954. Major Topics: Korean armistice agreement; effect of armistice negotiations on ROK Army morale; Syngman Rhee's opposition to Korean armistice. (4) Korea-Dulles-Rhee Talks, 1953. Major Topic: U.S. policy on Korean unification. (5) Korea-Economic, General, 1953-1954. Major Topics: U.S. plans for strengthening ROK economy; U.S. economic aid to ROK. (6) Korea-Intelligence, 1953-1954. Major Topic: PRC activities against ROK and Japanese fishing vessels. (7) Korea-Military, 1955. Major Topics: U.S. position on violation of Soviet and PRC airspace; buildup of ROK military reserves; withdrawal of U.S. troops from ROK; PRC attacks on U.S. aircraft. (8) Background Papers (Robertson-Rhee Talks), June 1953. Major Topics: Escape of North Korean POWs; Korean armistice agreement; Tason Report; repatriation of POWs; NNRC activities; U.S.-ROK mutual defense treaty; Syngman Rhee's opposition to Korean armistice. (9) Background Material for U.S. Policy toward Japan. "Formulation and Content", 1949. Major Topics: U.S. policy toward Japan; Japanese peace settlement terms; evaluation of U.S. security needs in Japan; U.S. economic aid to Japan; Dening Mission; Japanese war reparations; U.S. occupation of Japan. (10) Korea-Administration, 1953-1954. Major Topic: Status of U.S. embassy in ROK. (11) Korea-Armistice, 1953-1954. Major Topics: Activities of NNSC; political and military disadvantages of U.S. compliance with Korean armistice agreement; Communist truce tactics in Asia. (12) Korea-Armistice, Negotiations, 1953-1954 Major Topics: Far East Command's concerns in Korea; withdrawal of UN and Communist forces in Korea; Syngman Rhee's opposition to Korean armistice; Korean armistice negotiations; Soviet peace offensive; Korean political conference. (13) Major Topics: Japanese defense budget; U.S. policy toward Japan. 0835 H-18, Japan. NSC Papers, 1953-1954. Major Topics: U.S. objectives and courses of action regarding Japan; U.S. trade controls against PRC. (14) Japan. U.S.-Japanese Relations, 1953-1954. Major Topic: Political and economic problems in U.S. relations with Japan. (15) Japan. U.S. Policy toward Japan, 1951-1954. Major Topics: U.S.-Japanese defense negotiations; U.S. policy toward Japan; Japanese bids for scrap salvage in Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. (16) Japanese Military Defense, 1952-1954. Major Topics: U.S. objectives and courses of action respecting Japan; Expansion of ROK military forces; Japanese rearmament; U.S. plans for Japanese defense measures; NATO status of forces agreement; U.S.-Japanese economic relations.
 
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7. --893幅 .-- Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs Relating to Foreign Policy Decisions, 1950-1956 cont --子目: (1) Japanese Military Defense, 1952-1954. Major Topics: Joint defense planning in Japan; U.S. military aid to Japan; operations against PRC vessels molesting Japanese fishing fleet; Japanese rearmament; Japanese export controls against PRC. (2) Japan. Islands, Amami Oshima, 1953-1954. Major Topics: Plans for return of Amami Island Group to Japan; military requirements for Amami Island Group; disposition of Ryukyu and Bonin Islands. (3) Japan. Islands, Bonins and Ryukyus, 1953-1954. Major Topics: U.S. civil administration of the Ryukyus; repatriation of Bonin Islanders; disposition of Ryukyu and Bonin Islands; U.S. objectives in the Ryukyus. (4) Japan. Military, 1955. Major Topics: Japanese defense forces; Japanese defense measures; U.S. military aid to Japan; U.S.-Japanese mutual defense assistance agreement; Japanese rearmament. (5) Japan. Mutual Defense Assistance Agreement, 1953-1954. Major Topics: U.S. military aid to Japan; U.S.-Japanese mutual defense assistance agreement; Japanese defense program. (6) Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 (7) Establishment of Far Eastern Commission and Allied Council, 1945. Major Topics: Establishment of FEC and Allied Council for Japan; Soviet positions on FEC and Allied Council for Japan. (8) An Analysis of FEC Statements and SCAP Directives Suggesting Their Disposition in the Peace Settlement, 1946. Major Topics: Japanese territorial questions; Japanese political matters; Japanese war criminals; Japanese disarmament and demilitarization; Japanese war reparations; Allied property rights and interests in Japan; Japanese economic situation. (9) Report on Japanese Reparations, November 1945-April 1946. Major Topics: Japanese war reparations programs; U.S. reparation policy for Japan.
 
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8.       --948幅 .-- Records off tine Office off Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954. --子目: (1) Japan, Policy and Information Statement, February 15,1947. Major Topics: U.S. policy toward Japan; Japanese foreign relations; Japanese disarmament and war reparations; Japanese economic situation. (2) Japan, Policy and Information Statement, June 1, 1946. Major Topics: U.S. policy toward Japan; Japanese foreign relations; Japanese disarmament and war reparations; Japanese economic situation. (3) Interests and Attitudes of FEC Powers on Questions Relating to Peace Settlement with Japan, August 27, 1947. Major Topic: Japanese peace settlement (positions of U.S., Australia, Canada, Nationalist China, France, India, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, USSR, and Great Britain). (4) Far Eastern Commission: Basic Post-Surrender Policy for Japan, 1947. Major Topics: FEC policy toward Japan; Japanese disarmament and demilitarization; U.S. security needs in Japan; Disposition of Ryukyu Islands; Soviet claims in Kurile Islands; U.S. military bases in Japan. (5) apan, Policy Statement, June 21,1948. Major Topics: U.S. policy toward Japan; Japanese foreign relations. (6) Japanese Peace Treaty (Volume I), 1947-1948. Major Topics: Japanese peace treaty (Soviet position on, Douglas MacArthur's views on, draft of, economic clauses, U.S. policy on); Japanese peace conference (List of documents for); Japanese disarmament and demilitarization; Japanese war reparations; Allied property rights and interests in Japan. (7) Japanese Peace Treaty (Volume II), 1947-1948. Major Topics: Canberra Conference; Japanese peace treaty (U.S. position on, Soviet position on. Nationalist Chinese position on, effects of postponement of, discussions regarding, SCAP's objections to); Japanese peace conference (list of documents on); FEC interests and attitudes on questions relating to Japanese peace settlement; U.S. occupation policy in Japan. (8) Allied Policy toward Japan, 1943-1949.Major Topics: Allied occupation policy in Japan; Japanese constitution; Japanese instrument of surrender; Potsdam Declaration.
 
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9. --905幅 .-- Records off tine Office off Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont.--子目: (1) U.S. Policy toward Japan, 1944-1949. Major Topics: U.S. policy toward Japan; establishment of FEC; Japanese peace treaty. (2) U.S. Policy toward Japan: Formulation and Content, 1948-1949. Major Topics: U.S. policy toward Japan; U.S. occupation of Japan; Japanese peace treaty (U.S. position on, Soviet position on, Douglas MacArthur's views on); U.S. security needs in Japan; Japanese economic and political situation. (3) Interests and Attitudes of FEC Powers on Questions Relating to the Peace Settlement with Japan, June 17,1949. Major Topics: FEC report on Japan; Japanese disarmament; activities of FEC; Japanese peace treaty (positions of U.S., Australia, Canada, Nationalist China, France, India, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, USSR, and Great Britain). (4) Commentary on Draft Treaty of Peace with Japan, November 1949. Major Topics: Japanese peace treaty (nature of, territorial clauses, political clauses); Japanese war criminals; Japanese war reparations; Allied property rights and interests in Japan; multilateral treaties with Japan. (5) Peace Treaty Developments since September 16,1949. Major Topics: U.S. military bases in Japan; U.S. policy toward Japan; Political situation in Japan; Colombo Conference; recognition of PRC; Japanese peace treaty (U.S. position on, British position on); status of Hong Kong and Formosa; economic relations with PRC.
 
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10.   --1014幅 .--Records off tine Office off Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目: (1) Japanese Peace Treaty Documents Commencing with Conversations with the British in September 1949. Major Topics: Japanese peace treaty (documents relating to, Douglas MacArthur's views on, British position on, U.S. position on, Soviet position on; Japanese views on); reactivation of Japanese armed forces; U.S. military bases in Japan. (2) Background on Possible Items for Discussions on Wake Island, October 14,1950. Major Topics: Hairy S Truman's meeting with Douglas MacArthur MI Wake Island; U.S. policy on Korea; UN role in Korea; UN Security Council and General Assembly resolutions on Korea; Korean relief and rehabilitation; Korean armistice negotiations; plans for occupation of North Korea; Japanese peace treaty; Japanese economic situation. (3) Japanese Overseas Offices, 1949-1950. Major Topics: Establishment of Japanese overseas agencies; Japanese participation in international relations. (4) (5) Tokyo Economic Conference, 1950. Major Topics: Tokyo Economic Conference (participants, background papers for); trade patterns of South and East Asia; ECAFE; U.S. aid programs in Japan, ROK, Ryukyu Islands, and Formosa; economic and social activities of U.N.; Role of International Trade Organization and GATT in South and East Asia; U.S. imports from South and East Asia; technical assistance to countries of South and East Asia; Japanese shipping industry; Japanese foreign trade; Japanese export potential. (6) Repatriation of Japanese from Areas under Control or Influence of the USSR, 1950. Major Topics: Repatriation of Japanese POWs and internees from USSR; Japanese surrender terms; Meetings of the Allied Council for Japan; UN General Assembly actions regarding repatriation of Japanese POWs; treatment of Japanese POWs in the USSR. (7) Japanese Peace Treaty, 1951. Major Topics: Japanese peace treaty (text of, U.S. position on, Soviet position on); Japanese Peace Conference (rules of procedure, delegates).
 
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11.    --956幅 .--Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目: (1) Biographic Data on Japanese Peace Treaty Delegates, 1951. (2) Japanese Peace Conference. U. A. Johnson, 1951. Major Topics: Japanese demilitarization treaty; Japanese participation in international relationships; Democratization of Japan; Japanese war criminals; PRC participation in Council of Foreign Ministers; U.S. policy toward Indochina; Status of ROK and Formosa; Japanese rearmament; Cairo Conference and Declaration; FEC activities; Soviet participation in San Francisco Conference. (3) Japanese Peace Conference. Briefing Book, 1951. Major Topics: Japanese peace treaty (text of, fundamental concept of, procedure for formulation of, Indian position on, Soviet position on, U.S. position on); U.S. military bases in Japan; disposition of Ryukyu, Bonin, and Kurile Islands; Status of Formosa; San Francisco Conference (Chinese and Soviet participation in, delegates to, rules of procedure); Japanese war reparations; Japanese commercial relations; Japanese fisheries; Japanese reform programs; repatriation of Japanese POWs; Japanese demilitarization; Japanese democratization; Japanese economic development and trade; Japanese war criminals; Communist propaganda. (4) Japanese Peace Conference Documents. Volume I, September 1951. Major Topics: San Francisco Conference (guidebook, lists of documents issued, invitations to, program for, participants, rules of procedure, minutes of plenary sessions, Indian participation in); Japanese peace treaty (Text of). (5) Japanese Peace Conference Documents. Volume II, September 1951. Major Topics: San Francisco Conference (lists of documents issued, welcoming ceremony, remarks of Dean Acheson, speeches by delegates, participants); Japanese peace treaty (terms).
 
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12.    --853幅 .-- Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目: (1) Japanese Peace Conference Documents. Volume II, September 1951 cont. Major Topics: San Francisco Conference (transportation arrangements, U.S. delegation, rules of procedure, program, remarks by Dean Acheson, participants); U.S.-Japanese security treaty; Japanese peace treaty (text of, translations of, signatories of). (2) Japanese Peace Treaty Documents. Exchange of Notes: U.S.-USSR, 1951. Major Topics: Japanese peace treaty (U.S. position on, Soviet position on, draft of, John Foster Dulles's statement regarding); Allied Powers Property Compensation Law; San Francisco Conference (invitations to). (3) Soviet Comments in the Far Eastern Commission on Subjects Related to the Japanese Peace Treaty. Major Topic: Soviet position on Japanese peace treaty. (4) Tripartite Security Treaty Documents, 1951. Major Topics: U.S. security treaties with Australia and New Zealand; Harry S Truman's statement on Pacific security. (5) Japanese Peace Treaty Documents, 1951. Major Topic: U.S. security treaties with Australia, New Zealand, and Japan. (6) Yoshida Visit to U.S. Briefing Book, 1954. Major Topics: Japanese Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida's visit to the U.S.; Communist influences in Japan; Japanese internal security and defense measures; Japanese relations with PRC and ROK; Japanese war criminals; Japanese membership in UN; disposition of Ryukyu and Bonin Islands; collective security arrangements in the Pacific; Japanese economic situation; Japanese foreign trade; U.S. economic aid to Japan; Japanese war reparations; foreign investments in Japan; Japanese requirements for U.S. surplus agricultural commodities. (7) Yoshida Visit to U.S., November 1954. Major Topics: Japanese Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida's visit to U.S.; Japanese economic and political situation; Japanese trade with Southeast Asia; Japanese war reparations; Communist influences in Japan; Japanese relations with Communist bloc and ROK; Japanese war criminals; Japanese membership in UN; Japanese foreign trade; U.S. economic aid to Japan; Disposition of Ryukyu and Bonin Islands.
 
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13.    --990幅 .--Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目: (1) Yoshida Visit to U.S., November 1954 cont. Major Topics: Japanese defense measures; disposition of Ryukyu and Bonin Islands; U.S. special expenditures in Japan; collective security arrangements in the Pacific; Japanese economic situation; Japanese foreign trade; U.S. economic aid to Japan; disposition of vested Japanese assets; Japanese war reparations; Japanese Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida's visit to U.S.; Southeast Asia economic cooperation; foreign investments in Japan; Japanese war criminals. (2) Yoshida Visit to U.S. Draft Briefing Papers, 1954. Major Topics: Visit to U.S. by Japanese Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida; Japanese economic and financial measures; Shigeru Yoshida's meetings with Charles E. Wilson, Harold Stassen; U.S.-Japanese trade relations; Japanese war criminals; U.S. private investment in Japan; U.S. economic aid to Japan; South and Southeast Asian economic cooperation; Japanese political situation; Communist influence in Japan; Japanese relations with PRC, Communist bloc, and ROK; Japanese membership in U.N.; Japanese defense measures; disposition of Bonin and Ryukyu Islands; Manila Pact; strategic trade controls; Japanese war reparations. (3) Shigemitsu Visit to U.S. Position Papers for, 1955. Major Topics: Japanese Foreign Minister Mamoru Shigemitsu's visit to U.S. and meeting with John Foster Dulles; merger of conservative Japanese political groups; Japanese negotiations with USSR; Japanese policy toward PRC; Japanese relations with South and Southeast Asia, ROK; Japanese membership in UN; Japanese defense issues; introduction of atomic weapons into Japan; Japanese war criminals; disposition of Ryukyu and Bonin Islands; Japanese economic situation. (4) Shigemitsu Visit to U.S., 1955. Major Topics: Japanese Foreign Minister Mamoru Shigemitsu's visit to U.S. and meeting with John Foster Dulles; Japanese negotiations with USSR; Japanese policy toward PRC; Japanese relations with ROK, and South and Southeast Asia; Japanese membership in UN; Japanese defense issues; introduction of atomic weapons into Japan; Japanese war criminals; disposition of Ryukyu and Bonin Islands; foreign investment in Japan; Japanese economic situation; merger of conservative Japanese groups. (5) Tariff Negotiations with Japanese at Geneva, 1956. Major Topics: U.S. tariff negotiations with Japan; GATT; U.S. requests for Japanese tariff concessions; Japanese requests for U.S. tariff concessions.
 
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14.   --973幅 .--Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目: (1) Tariff Negotiations with Japanese at Geneva, 1956 cont. Major Topics: U.S. tariff negotiations with Japan; U.S. tariff concessions to Japan; Japanese tariff concessions to U.S. (2) Japanese Data Sheets for 1956 Negotiations, 1956. Major Topics: Japanese tariff concessions to U.S.; duties on imported products; Production figures on imported products; trade figures on imported products. (3) Kishi Visit to the U.S., 1957. Major Topics: Japanese Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi's visit to U.S.; Japanese security arrangements; disposition of Ryukyu and Bonin Islands; U.S. position on nuclear testing; Japanese war criminals; U.S.-Japanese trade relations; Southeast Asian economic cooperation; Japanese trade with PRC; U.S. policy toward communism and the PRC; U.S. policy in the Far and Middle East; Sino-Soviet relations; Japanese war reparations; U.S. economic aid to Japan; Japanese relations with ROK and Southeast Asia; U.S.-Japanese cooperation in UN; Japanese political and economic situation. (4) U.S. Policy toward Korea, 1947. Major Topics: Korean independence; foreign affairs background summary for Korea; ROK rehabilitation program; North Korean and ROK election laws; U.S. policy toward ROK.
 
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15.    --1021幅 .--Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目: (1) Report on the Occupation Area of South Korea since Termination of Hostilities (Economics), September 1947. Major Topics: U.S. occupation policies in ROK; U.S. political and economic objectives in ROK; political situation in ROK; Cairo Declaration; Potsdam Declaration; Moscow Agreement; economic status of ROK; rehabilitation program for ROK; ROK foreign trade statistics. (2) Joint Chiefs of Staff Report for Senate Committee on Korean Operations, 1951. (3) U.S. Policy toward Korea, circa 1951. Major Topics: U.S. policy toward ROK; Cairo Declaration; Korean question in UN; U.S. relations with ROK; U.S. military and economic aid to ROK; ROK foreign relations; localization of Korean Conflict; use of Chinese Nationalist troops in Korea; PRC intervention in Korea; UN actions regarding North Korean aggression; plans for occupation and administration of North Korea; UN military operations in Korea; UN ceasefire proposals in Korea; POW negotiations in Korea. (4) Korea-Internal Political Situation, 1952. Major Topics: ROK political situation reports; UNCURK activities in ROK; attempted assassination of Syngman Rhee; Constitutional dispute between Rhee and the ROK National Assembly; U.S. economic aid to ROK; arrest of ROK National Assembly members by Rhee; Martial law in ROK. (5) Korea.UN (Part I),. 1952. Major Topics: UN actions regarding Korea; alleged UN use of bacteriological warfare in Korea; UNCURK activities and reports; Indian UN resolution on repatriation of POWs in Korea.
 
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16.    --959幅 .--Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目: (1) Korea-UN (Part I), 1952 cont Major Topics: UN actions regarding Korea; Indian UN resolution on repatriation of POWs in Korea; Korean armistice negotiations; U.S. position regarding Korea. (2) Korea-UN (Part II), 1952. Major Topics: UN actions regarding Korea; Korean armistice negotiations; repatriation of POWs in Korea; UNCURK activities and reports; Soviet policy in UN; Report of UN Command in Korea; development of representative government in ROK; Soviet position on Korea; alleged UN use of bacteriological warfare in Korea. (3) U.S.-U.K. Talks on the UN (Korea), 1952. Major Topic: U.S. and British discussions regarding Korean issue in UN. (4) Armistice Agreement. Items 3 and 4,1952. Major Topics: Korean armistice agreement; creation of a military demarcation line and demilitarized zone in Korea; ceasefire arrangements in Korea; establishment and functions of Military Armistice Commission in Korea; creation and functions of NNSC; repatriation of POWs in Korea. (5) Robertson Mission to Korea, June-July 1953. Major Topics: U.S. relations with ROK; Syngman Rhee's meetings with Walter Robertson and Mark Clark; Korean armistice negotiations. (6) Armistice Agreement, July 1953. Major Topics: Text of Korean armistice agreement; establishment of military demarcation line and demilitarized zone in Korea; ceasefire arrangements in Korea; composition and functions of Military Armistice Commission; composition and functions of NNSC; repatriation of POWs in Korea; terms of reference for NNRC.
 
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17.    --1003幅 .--Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目: (1) Dulles-Rhee Meeting. Briefing Book, August 1953. Major Topics: John Foster Dulles's meeting with Syngman Rhee; ROK opposition to armistice negotiations; U.S. military and economic aid to ROK; U.S.-ROK mutual defense treaty; Korean reunification; ROK position on withdrawal of PRC and UN troops from Korea; Korean political conference; plans fox neutralization of Korea; ROK relations with U.S. and Japan. (2) Basic Documents and Memoranda Relating to the Korean Political Conference, August 19S3. Major Topics: Korean political conference (organization, arrangements, communications with PRC regarding, UN documents relating to); repatriation of POWs in Korea; U.S. relations with ROK; John Foster Dulles's meetings with Syngman Rhee; U.S. economic and military aid to ROK; U.S.-ROK mutual defense treaty; text of Korean armistice agreement; terms of reference for NNRC. (3) Dulles-Rhee Talks. Background Documents (Part I), August 1953. Major Topics: Syngman Rhee's meetings with John Foster Dulles and Walter Robertson; North Atlantic Treaty; U.S. security treaties with Japan, Australia, and New Zealand; U.S. mutual defense treaties with the Philippines and ROK; ROK opposition to armistice negotiations; Korean political conference; ROK release of North Korean POWs. (4) Dulles-Rhee Talks. Background Documents (Part II), August 1953. Major Topics: Korean reunification; Korean political conference; ROK position on PRC and UN troop withdrawals from Korea; U.S.-ROK mutual defense treaty; U.S. economic aid to ROK; ROK relations with U.S. and Japan; Syngman Rhee's meetings with Walter Robertson and John Foster Dulles. (5) Preliminary Talks Regarding Political Conference, Nos. 1-9, November 1953. Major Topic: Negotiations regarding Korean political conference between representatives of the U.S., PRC, and North Korea. (6) Preliminary Talks Regarding Political Conference.Staff Adviser's Meetings, Nos. 1-6, November 1953. Major Topics: Arrangements for Korean political conference; negotiations regarding Korean political conference between representatives df the U.S., PRC, and North Korea. (7) Preliminary Talks Regarding Political Conference. Subcommittee Meetings, Nos. 1-10, November 1953. Major Topic: Negotiations regarding Korean political conference between representatives of the U.S., PRC, and North Korea.
 
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18.    --1000幅 .--Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目: (1) Preliminary Talks Regarding Political Conference. Subcommittee Meetings, Nos. 1-10, November 1953 cont Major Topic: Negotiations regarding Korean political conference between representatives of the U.S., PRC, and North Korea. (2) Preliminary Talks Regarding Political Conference, Nos. 1-23, November-December 1953. Major Topics: Arrangements for Korean political conference; Negotiations regarding Korean political conference between representatives of the U.S., PRC, and North Korea. (3) Preliminary Talks Regarding Political Conference. Liaison Secretaries Meetings, January 1954. Major Topic: Negotiations regarding Korean political conference between representatives of the U.S., PRC, and North Korea. (4) Korean Political Conference, March-April 1954. Major Topics: Korean political conference (agenda, organization, procedures, U.S. objectives, comparative bargaining strengths at, ROK position at, Soviet objectives at, PRC objectives at. Communist tactics at, U.S. propaganda policy for); Korean reunification (U.S. position on, proposals for); Withdrawal of foreign troops from Korea; Korean security and independence; Composition and terms of reference of Korean Reunification Supervisory Commission; repatriation of POWs; economic rehabilitation of Korea; Soviet policy toward Korea; ROK economic situation; U.S. policy toward PRC and Nationalist China; totalitarianism in PRC; trade restrictions on PRC; U.S. mutual security arrangements in the Pacific; detention of U.S. citizens by PRC; Communist bloc diplomacy; Sino-Soviet relations.
 
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19.    --987幅 .--Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目: (1) Korean Political Conference, March-April 1954 cont. Major Topics: Detention of U.S. citizens in USSR; Asian Communist tactics; Korean political conference (preparations for, arrangements, agenda, lists of papers for, invitations to). (2) Rhee Visit, 1954. Major Topics: ROK President Syngman Rhee's visit to U.S.; Korean reunification; strength of ROK military establishment; Collective defense organization in Asia; redeployment of U.S. forces from Korea; U.S.-ROK mutual defense treaty; U.S.-ROK administrative agreement; NNSC; command relationships in Korea; Korean problem in the UN; ROK economic program; ROK relations with Japan; U.S.-ROK treaty of friendship, commerce, and navigation; Korean armistice agreement; U.S. military and economic aid to ROK; UNKRA. (3) Rhee Visit to U.S. Background Papers, July 1954. Major Topics: ROK President Syngman Rhee's visit to U.S.; Korean reunification; strength of ROK military establishment; Collective defense organization in Asia; redeployment of U.S. forces from Korea; U.S.-ROK mutual defense treaty; U.S.-ROK administrative agreement; NNSC; command relationships in Korea; Korean problem in the UN; ROK economic program; U.S. military and economic aid to ROK; ROK relations with Japan; Korean armistice agreement; UNKRA. (4) Papers on President Rhee's Visit, July 1954. Major Topics: ROK President Syngman Rhee's visit to U.S.; Korean reunification; strength of ROK military establishment; collective defense organization in Asia; U.S.-ROK treaty of friendship, commerce, and navigation; redeployment of U.S. forces from Korea; U.S.-ROK mutual defense treaty; U.S.-ROK administrative agreement; NNSC; command relationships in Korea; Korean problem in the UN; ROK economic program; U.S. military and economic aid to ROK; ROK relations with Japan; Korean armistice agreement; UNKRA. (5) Policy Objectives and Military Action in the Korean War (Rand Corporation Project 886), June 1956. Major Topics: U.S. policy objectives in Korean War; U.S. military actions in Korean War. (6) Handbook on Far Eastern Conference Discussions, 1943-1949. Major Topics: Inclusion of China as a signatory of the Declaration on General Security; Soviet entry into Pacific war; Cairo Conference and Declaration; Chinese aspirations in Far East; Sino-American Economic Commission; U.S. economic and military aid to China; Burma Campaign; Chinese representation on Combined Chiefs of Staff; operations in Southeast Asia Command; Allied war aims in Far East; Soviet attitude toward Manchuria; Tehran Conference; status of Korea and French Indochina; air and naval operations in Northwestern Pacific; prevention of resurgence of aggressive Japan; Soviet territorial interests; Allied bases in Soviet Far Eastern territory.
 
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20.    --998幅 .--Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目: (1) Handbook on Far Eastern Conference Discussions, 1943-1949 cont Major Topics: Potsdam Proclamation; Soviet participation in Pacific war; Council of Foreign Ministers (establishment of, Chinese participation in); demand for Japanese unconditional surrender; Allied control machinery for Japan; Chinese participation in European peace settlement; Allied occupation policy in Japan; Establishment of FEC and Allied Council for Japan; U.S. troops in China; U.S. policy toward China and the Far East; Moscow Agreement; preparation of Japanese peace treaty.  (2) Background Material for Geneva Conference. Korean Phase, March 1954. Major Topics: Geneva Conference (arrangements, Soviet objectives and tactics at, PRC objectives and tactics at. Communist position at); Korean reunification (U.S. position on, proposals regarding); withdrawal of foreign forces from Korea. (3) Briefing Book on Geneva Conference. Korean Phase, March-April 1954. Major Topics: Geneva Conference (arrangements, lists of papers for, Communist position and tactics at, Soviet objectives at, PRC objectives at, U.S. propaganda policy for, organization, procedures, agenda); U.S. policy toward PRC and Nationalist China; detention of U.S. nationals in PRC and USSR; totalitarianism in PRC; trade restrictions against PRC; U.S. mutual security arrangements in the Pacific; Communist bloc diplomacy; Sino-Soviet relations; Asian Communist tactics; reunification of Korea; terms of reference for Korean Reunification Supervisory Commission.
 
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21.    --1001幅 .--Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目:   (1) Briefing Book on Geneva Conference. Korean Phase, March-April 1954 cont. Major Topics: Withdrawal of foreign forces from Korea; Korean security; repatriation of POWs; Korean armistice agreement; Geneva Conference (ROK position at, Soviet and PRC objectives at); Contributions of combat forces to UN Command; Soviet policy toward Korea; North Korean constitution; Korean armistice violations; Sino-Soviet relations. (2) The Geneva Conference, lst-3rd Plenary Sessions, April 26-28,1954. Major Topics: Transcripts of 3rd, 2nd, and 1st Plenary Sessions of the Geneva Conference; Korean reunification. (3) The Geneva Conference, lst-15th Sessions, April-June 1954. Major Topics: Transcripts of the lst-13th and 15th Plenary Sessions of the Geneva Conference; Korean reunification; repatriation of POWs; withdrawal of foreign forces from Korea. (4) Verbatim Minutes, Heads of Allied Delegation. Geneva Conference, April-June 1954. (5) Geneva Conference. Position Papers on Korean Phase, April 1954. Major Topics: Geneva Conference (arrangements, organization, procedures, agenda, U.S. views on, ROK position on, Soviet and PRC objectives at); Korean reunification; terms of reference for, Korean Reunification Supervisory Commission; neutralization of Korea; repatriation of POWs; Korean armistice agreement; withdrawal of foreign troops from Korea; contributions to combat forces of UN Command; Soviet policy toward Korea. (6) Geneva Conference. Papers Relating to Both Phases, April 1954. Major Topics: Geneva Conference (organization, procedures, agenda, U.S. views on); Korean reunification; terms of reference for Korean Reunification Supervisory Commission.
 
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22.    --1012幅 .--Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目: (1) Geneva Conference. Papers Relating to Both Phases, April 1954. Major Topics: Korean reunification; withdrawal of foreign forces from Korea; repatriation of POWs; Korean armistice agreement; Geneva Conference (ROK position at, Soviet and PRC objectives at, French position at Associated States of Indochina's position at Communist tactics at, U.S. propaganda policy for, preparations, arrangements); contributions of combat forces to UN Command; Soviet policy toward Korea; U.S. aid to Indochina; Communist proposals for Indochina settlement; British position on Indochina; PRC aid to Viet Minh; history of Indochina War; Independence of Associated States of Indochina; implementation of ceasefire in Indochina; U.S. policy toward PRC and Nationalist China; detention of U.S. nationals by PRC and USSR; totalitarianism in PRC; trade restrictions against PRC; U.S. mutual security arrangements in the Pacific; Communist bloc diplomacy; Sino-Soviet relations; Asian Communist tactics. (2) North Pacific Fur Seal Conference, November 1955. Major Topics: North Pacific Fur Seal Conference (agenda, rules of Procedure, participants, minutes of proceedings, officers, committee memberships, list of documents); North Pacific Fur Seal Convention.
 
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23.    --1023幅 .--Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目: (1) Karachi Conference, March 1956. Major Topics: Background papers on the Philippines, India, Ceylon, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, ROK, and Japan; Asian nuclear center; Dutch relations with Indonesia; Soviet economic influence in Afghanistan; trade controls on PRC; SEATO; Baghdad Pact; U.S. economic aid to India, Ceylon, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Nationalist China, Pakistan, and ROK; U.S. military aid to Pakistan, Vietnam, Nationalist China, and ROK; U.S. relations with Cambodia; Colonialism; Goa dispute; U.S. policy of collective security; atomic research reactor agreement with Ceylon; Ceylon's role in the UN; Asian Economic Development Fund; Thai-U.S. atomic energy agreement; Chinese representation in UN; Vietnam's role in SEATO; internal developments in Vietnam; U.S. sugar legislation; rural development in the Philippines; U.S. policy toward PRC and Japan; U.S. military bases in the Philippines; Philippine economic claims against the U.S.; U.S.-ROK treaty of friendship, commerce, and navigation; U.S.-ROK civil aviation agreement; ROK relations with Japan; Korean reunification; Japanese role in Asia; U.S.-Japanese security treaty; Japanese war criminals; Japanese membership in UN; repatriation of Bonin Islanders; Japanese trade problems. (2) Suez Conference (Part I), 1956. Major Topics: Dependence of Western Europe cm Middle East oil; usage of the Suez Canal; Suez Canal tolls; Arab revenues from oil; oil production in Iran; U.S. aid to the Arab States; U.S. economic programs in Egypt; Soviet position on the Suez Canal; U.S. position on nationalization; Suez Conference (attitudes of participating governments, rules of procedure; U.S. position at); International Authority for the Suez Canal; economic sanctions against Egypt; UN consideration of Suez Canal dispute; positions of Australia, Ceylon, Denmark, Ethiopia, West Germany, Greece, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, USSR, and Turkey on the Suez Canal. (3) Suez Conference (Part 11), 1956. Major Topics: Baghdad Pact; Arab-Israeli dispute; High Aswan Dam; treatment of Swedish NNSC personnel in ROK; replacement of obsolete military equipment in ROK; Indonesian repudiation of debt to the Netherlands; disarmament talks; Chinese representation in UN; NATO base in Iceland; limitations on nuclear weapons testing; Suez Conference (lists of papers for, participants); Suez Canal Company nationalization law; International Authority for the Suez Canal. (4) Trade Agreements, Major Topics: Trade agreements (exceptions to most-favored-nation clause regarding customs tariffs in, safeguarding provisions, Escape clauses, Authority to modify import excise taxes, adjustments and waivers of provisions of, duration of); list of countries having trade agreements with U.S.; Sanitary regulations; U.S. economic activity; U.S. foreign trade statistics; principal U.S. domestic exports; balance of trade statistics.
 
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24.    --1195幅 .--Records of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs (Briefing Books), 1943-1954 cont. --子目: (1) Trade Agreements, Major Topics: Customs revenue collected by U.S.; GATT provisions; Mexican export duties and taxes; trade agreements (U.S. Senate ratification of, rates of duty, procedures, U.S. Mexican); constitutional validity of executive agreements; cost of production investigations by Tariff Commission; safeguards against postwar dumping in the U.S. market; British, Brazilian, and Argentine balance of payments position and import restrictions; labor costs; imports of U.S. tobacco into Great Britain; Anglo-American financial agreement; Brazilian consumption tax; devaluation of the French franc; International Trade Organization; British bulk purchasing program; nondiscriminatory treatment in commercial treaties and agreements; commercial arrangements with USSR; farm parity prices; Tariff Act of 1930; Trade Agreements Committee; Havana Charter; Canadian import restrictions; Hyde Park Agreement. (2) Bangkok Conference of U.S. Chiefs of Mission in Asia, February 13-15, 1950. Major Topics: Political situation in Japan; Japanese postwar economy; Pacific regional association; effect on Japan of U.S. recognition of PRC; U.S. views on Japan; Japanese peace treaty; balance of power in Asia. (3) Steering Group for 18th International Red Cross Conference, Toronto, 1952. Major Topics: Development of international humanitarian law; coordination and standardization of emergency relief; Red Cross relationship with UN; relations of national Red Cross societies with their respective governments; international legal assistance; Red Cross Relief Commission; repatriation of Greek and Soviet children; reports of the International Committee of the Red Cross and the League of Red Cross Societies; Red Cross relief operations; UN Command civilian relief and economic aid in Korea; role of Red Cross in relief to refugees, blood transfusion, first aid, fight against tuberculosis, maternal and child welfare, and mental health; Red Cross health personnel; Red Cross social assistance; minutes of International Red Cross Conference. (4) Steering Group for 18th International Red Cross Conference, Toronto, 1952. Major Topics: International Red Cross Conference (terms of reference, preparations for, position papers, statutes and by-laws, U.S. participation in, report on, resolutions adopted by, report of U.S. delegation on diplomatic conference for the establishment of international conventions for the protection of war victims, agenda, Soviet nonparticipation in, Israeli views regarding, participants, questions regarding representation of China, Korea, and Germany at, election of officers); treatment and repatriation of POWs in Korea; alleged use of bacteriological warfare by UN forces in Korea; U.S. no ratification of Geneva Protocol of 1925; alleged bombing and strafing of civilian population in Korea by UN forces; repots of the International Committee of the Red Cross and die League of Red Cross Societies; financing of the International Committee of the Red Cross; ratifications and dissemination of the Geneva Convention. (5) Return of Assets and Claims against Germany, 1955. Major Topics: Return of German and Japanese vested assets in U.S.; U.S. war claims against Germany and Japan; amendment of the Trading with the Enemy Act and the War Claims Act of 1948.



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