Documents on Germany, 1944-1961

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U.S. Government Pring. Office, 1961 - 833 lappuses
 

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ing Air Corridors and Other Matters April 30 1946 Extract
54
Flight Rules by Allied Control Authority Air Directorate for Aircraft
63
of Foreign Ministers April 28 1947
74
Report by Secretary of State Marshall on the Fifth Session of the Council
82
Statement by the Department of State on the MalikJessup Talks April
88
Statement of Principles for Berlin by the Allied Western Kommandatura
91
May 13 1950
97
Draft Election Law of the East German Volkskammer January 9 1952 102 Draft Election Law of the East German Volkskammer January 9 1952
111
Note from the American Embassy at Moscow to the Soviet Foreign
119
Chancellor Adenauer on Aid to Berlin May 26 1952
130
Letter from President Eisenhower to Chancellor Adenauer on the East
141
British Eden Plan for German Reunification in Freedom January 29 Page
146
Soviet Proposal on Insuring European Security February 10 1954
151
Statement by the Western oreign Ministers on the Berlin Conference
154
Western Agreement on the Exercise of Retained Rights in Germany
172
German Reunification and a Demilitarized Area July 18 1955
178
Geneva Directive of the Heads of Government of the Four Powers to
184
SovietEast German Agreements September 28 1955
190
Statement at Geneva by Secretary of State Dulles on Germany
198
Soviet Proposal for Establishment of an AllGerman Council November
207
Note from the American Ambassador at Bonn Conant to the Soviet
216
Note from the Department of State to the German Embassy on German
232
Note from the Foreign Minister of the Federal Republic of Germany von
240
Address by the Polish Foreign Minister Rapacki on Disarmament
246
Statement by President Eisenhower on German Reunification and Berlin
258
Letter from Chancellor Adenauer to Premier Bulganin on German Reunifi
267
AideMémoire from the Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko to the Ameri
274
Statement at News Conference by Secretary of State Dulles on German Page
284
Letter from the American Ambassador at Bonn Bruce to the Soviet
288
of a Summit Meeting March 25 1958 Extracts
295
Address by Secretary of State Dulles in Berlin May 8 1958
304
Proposals May 31 1958
311
Note from the Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Kuznetsov to the Ameri
323
Note from the American Embassy at Moscow to the Soviet Foreign Min
331
Note from the American Embassy Moscow to the Soviet Foreign Min
336
Remarks at News Conference by Secretary of State Dulles on German
338
Note from the Soviet Foreign Ministry to the American Ambassador
348
Statement by the Department of State Regarding the Soviet Note
363
Note from the United States to the Soviet Union on Berlin December
378
Note from the Soviet Union to the United States Transmitting a Draft Pago
381
January 27 1959 Extracts
407
Committee January 28 1959 Extract
410
Germany February 16 1959
413
Statement at Geneva by Secretary of State Herter on the Question of
487
Note from the Soviet Foreign Ministry to the American Embassy Con
495
Statement at Geneva by Secretary of State Herter on Western Proposals
507
Address by Premier Khrushchev at Tirana Albania Concerning Western
521
Statement at Geneva by Secretary of State Herter Regarding Berlin Page
525
Statement at Geneva by Foreign Minister Gromyko Submitting
532
Western Proposal on Berlin Handed to Foreign Minister Gromyko
538
Statement at Geneva by the Foreign Ministers of France the United
551
Statement by Foreign Minister Gromyko at Moscow June 28 1959
559
News Conference Statements by Secretary of State Herter July 9 1959
563
Statement at Geneva by Secretary of State Herter Proposing That
570
Closing Statement by Secretary of State Herter at the Foreign Ministers
577
FourPower Communiqué Issued at the Close of the Foreign Ministers
583
News Conference Statements by Secretary of State Herter March 9 1960
592
Address by Under Secretary of State Dillon at New York on the German
596
Paris May 17 1960
607
Committee On Events at Paris May 27 1960 Extracts 606
613
Note From the Soviet Union to the United States Concerning Military
615
Note From the United States to the Soviet Union Concerning East
621
Note From the Soviet Union to the United States Attributing Sovereignty
626
Note From the United States to the Soviet Union Concerning the Quad
633
April 13 1961 611
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Statement by the Federal Republic of Germany on Proposed Meetings
651
News Conference Statements by Walter Ulbricht Chairman of the State Page
652
Vienna With President Kennedy June 15 1961 Extracts
665
Statement by President Kennedy June 28 1961
675
Interview With Secretary of State Rusk Concerning the Situation
689
Report to the Nation on the Berlin Crisis by President Kennedy July
697
Statement by the Departments of State and Commerce Concerning
714
Note From the Soviet Commandant at Berlin to the American British
728
Statement by Vice President Johnson on Departure From Washington
740
fi 20 1961
744
Letter From the American Ambassador in Bonn Dowling to the Soviet
757
Explosions of Nuclear Weapons August 30 1961
766
Statement by the Soviet Union on Decision to Carry Out Experimental
775
Report by the East German News Agency ADN of a Note From
791
Communiqué by the Foreign Ministers of France the United Kingdom
801
Address by President Kennedy to the United Nations General Assembly
803
Note From the American Embassy at Moscow to the Soviet Foreign Min
811
Statement by British Foreign Secretary the Earl of Home at the United
823
Selected Bibliography
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833
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424. lappuse - ... The parties undertake, as set forth in the Charter of the United Nations, to settle any international disputes in which they may be involved by peaceful means in such a manner that international peace and security and justice are not endangered, and to refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force in any manner inconsistent with the purposes of the United Nations.
90. lappuse - The present Charter, of which the Chinese, French, Russian, English, and Spanish texts are equally authentic, shall remain deposited in the archives of the Government of the United States of America. Duly certified copies thereof shall be transmitted by that Government to the Governments of the other signatory States.
22. lappuse - Government agree that, pending the final determination of Poland's western frontier, the former German territories east of a line running from the Baltic Sea immediately west of Swinemunde, and thence along the Oder River to the confluence of the western Neisse River and along the western Neisse to the Czechoslovak frontier, including that portion of East Prussia not placed under the administration of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in accordance with the understanding reached at this conference...
15. lappuse - Republic, each in his own zone of occupation, and also jointly, in matters affecting Germany as a whole, in their capacity as members of the Control Council. 2. So far as is practicable, there shall be uniformity of treatment of the German population throughout Germany.
337. lappuse - The Heads of Government, recognizing their common responsibility for the settlement of the German question and the re-unification of Germany, have agreed that the settlement of the German question and the re-unification of Germany by means of free elections shall be carried out in conformity with the national interests of the German people and the interests of European security.
89. lappuse - Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of Her other Realms and Territories, Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith".
xvi. lappuse - Assembly shall set up an appropriate body which shall include representatives of the Governments of the United Kingdom, the United States of America, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and the People's Republic of China...
248. lappuse - France, the Federal Republic of Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States of America...
18. lappuse - Zones: (a) 15 percent of such usable and complete industrial capital equipment, in the first place from the metallurgical, chemical and machine manufacturing industries as is unnecessary for the German peace economy and should be removed from the Western; Zones of Germany, in exchange for an equivalent value of food,. coal, potash, zinc, timber, clay products, petroleum products, and such other commodities as may be agreed upon. (b) 10 percent of such industrial capital equipment as is unnecessary...
19. lappuse - Removals of equipment as provided in (A) and (B) above shall be made simultaneously. 5. The amount of equipment to be removed from the western zones on account of reparations must be determined within six months from now at the latest. 6. Removals of industrial capital equipment shall begin as soon as possible and shall be completed within two years from the determination specified in paragraph 5.

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