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Author: Hans L Trefousse
Publisher: New York, Putnam [1965]
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Trefousse, Hans L. (Hans Louis), 1921-2010.
Cold war.
New York, Putnam [1965]
(OCoLC)654685495
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hans L Trefousse
OCLC Number: 394371
Description: xxi, 296 pages 22 cm
Contents: Continued 1 : (The Cold War in Europe, 1945-1950 : continued) The Coup d'iEtat in Prague : correspondence between the Presidium of the Communist Party and the President of Czechoslovakia, Eduard Bene(s, February 24 and 25, 1948 --
Exchange notes concerning the Berlin Blockade, July 6 and 14, 1948 --
The Point Four Program : excerpt from the President's Inaugural Address, January 20, 1949 --
The North Atlantic Treaty, April 4, 1949 --
End of the Berlin Blockade, May 4, 1949 --
Establishment of the Federal Republic of Germany, September 21, 1949 --
Soviet transfer of power to the (East) German Democratic Republic, October 10, 1949. Cold and Hot War in Asia, 1945-1953 : Treaty of Friendship between Nationalist China and the U.S.S.R. and related documents, August 14, 1945 --
Secretary of State Dean Acheson's Letter of Transmittal of the White Paper on China, July, 30, 1949 --
Correspondence between President Truman and Marshal Salin concerning the surrender of Japanese forces, August, 1945 --
Communiguie of the Moscow Conference of Foreign Ministers : Declaration Concerning the Re-establishment of Korea as an Independent State, December 27, 1945 --
Establishment of the United Nations Temporary Commission on Korea and Soviet refusal to grant access to North Korea --
United States recognition of the Republic of Korea, January 1, 1949 --
Soviet recognition of the Korean People's Democratic Republic, October 12, 1949. Excerpts from remarks made by Dean Acheson at the National Press Club in Washington, January 12, 1950, on Far Eastern policies --
Resolution of the United Nations Security Council calling for a North Korean withdrawal, June 25, 1950 --
Resolution of the United Nations Security Council calling for United Nations assistance to the Republic of Korea, June 27, 1950 --
Statement by President Truman ordering U.S. Forces into supporting action in Korea, June 27, 1950 --
Soviet charges of aggression in Korea : remarks by Jacot Malik in the Security Council, August 1, 1950 --
Resolution of the U.N. General Assembly naming the Communist Chinese as aggressors in Korea, Feburary 1, 1951 --
Korean Armistice, July 27, 1953. The Cold War and the Eisenhower Administration : Official announcement of Stalin's death, March 6, 1953 --
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' address before the Council on Foreign Relations, New York, January 12, 1954, concerning "massive retaliatory power" --
Final declaration of the Genevia Conference on the problem of restoring peace in Indo-China, July 21, 1954 --
The Southeast Asia Collective Defense Treaty, September 8, 1954. Continued 3 : The New Frontier and the Cold War : Exchange of messages between Premier Khrushchev and President Kennedy concerning the invasion at the Bay of Pigs, April 18, 1961 --
Report broadcast by Cuban National Radio, April 20, 1961, summarizing communiguie issued by Premier Fidel Castro --
Excerpts from an address by Premier Khrushchev at Moscow, concerning his meeting at Vienna with President Kennedy, June 15, 1961 --
Report to the Nation on the Berlin Crisis by President Kennedy, July 15, 1961. Exchange of notes between the Western and Soviet Commandants at Berlin concerning the physical division of the city, August 13 and 18, 1961 --
The Alliance for Progress : the Charter of Punta del Este, August 17, 1961 --
Declaration on the neutrality of Laos, July 23, 1962 --
The Second Cuban crisis : President Kennedy's radio-television address, October 22, 1962 --
The Second Cuban crisis : Message of October 28, 1962, from Premier Khrushchev to President Kennedy --
Treaty banning Nuclear Weapon Tests, August 5, 1963 --
Chinese government statement denouncing test ban, July 31, 1963 --
Congressional resolution on North Vietnam, August 7, 1964. Origins : Efforts at Cooperation : Declaration by the United Nations, January 1, 1942 --
The Casablanca Conference, January 14-24, 1943 --
The Moscow Conference, October 19-30, 1943 --
The Cairo Conference, November 22-26, 1943 --
The Teheran Conference, November 28-December 1, 1943 --
Protocol of Zones of Occupation of Germany and Administration of the "Greater Berlin" area, September 12, 1944, and Amending agreement of November 14, 1944 --
Churchill-Stalin meeting at Moscow, October 9, 1944 : attempted division of the Balkans --
Protocol of Proceedingsof the Crimea Conference, February 4-11, 1945. Origins : Failure of Cooperation : Parlimentary Discussion of British Intervention in Greece, December 5, 1944 --
Churchill's account of the Rumanian crisis, February 27-March 2, 1945 --
Correspondence between Roosevelt and Stalin concerning differences between them, april, 1945 --
Roosevelt's note to Churchill and Marshal Stalin concerning their differences, April-May, 1945 --
Correspondence between Prime Minister Churchill and President Truman concerning the implications of Western withdrawal from Central Germany, May 11,12,14, 1945. Correspondence between President Truman and Marshal Stalin concerning Western entrry into Berlin and Austrian occupation zones, and implementation of agreement on Berlin, June, 1945 --
Zones of occupation in Austria: agreement between the United States, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the United Kingdom and the provisional government of the French Republic, July 9, 1945 --
The French zone of occupation : amending agreement on zones of occupation and administration of the "Greater Berlin" area, July 26, 1945 --
The Berlin (Potsdam) conference, July 17-August 1, 1945 --
Minutes of meeting of Control Council approving establishment of Air Corridors to Berlin, November 30, 1945. The Cold War in Europe, 1945-1950 : Churchill's "Iron Curtain" speech at Westminster college, Fulton, Missouri, March 5, 1946 --
The Baruch Plan for the International control of Atomic Energy and Soviet counter proposal, June 14, 19, 1946 --
Stuttgart address by Secretary of State Byrnes, September 6, 1946 --
The Truman Doctrine : message of the President to Congress, March 12, 1947 --
The Marshall plan : remarks by Secretary of State George C. Marshall, June 5, 1947 at Harvard University --
Death sentence of Nikola Petkov : exchange of notes between the United States and the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, August 23 and 25, 1947, concerning the sentencing of the leader of the Bulgarian Opposition. Continued 2 : (The Cold War and the Eisenhower Administration : Continued) Protocol to the North Atlantic Treaty on the Accession of the Federal Republic of Germany, October 23, 1954 --
Joint Resolution on Defense of Formosa, January 29, 1955 --
The Warsaw Security Pact, May 14, 1955 --
Austrian State Treaty, May 15, 1955, and Austrian Neutrality Resolution --
The Geneva Conference, July 1955 : directive of the heads of government of the Four Powers to the Foreign Ministers, July 23, 1955 --
Speech of Nikita Khrushchev before a closed session of the XXth Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union on February 25, 1956. The Hungarian Revolution : Declartion of the U.S.S.R. goverment on the basis of the development and further strengthening of friendship and cooperation between the Soviet Union and other Socialist States, October 30, 1956 --
The Hungarian Revolution : Hungary's appeal to the United Nations, November 2, 1956 --
The Hungarian Revolution : Resolution adopted by the General Assembly on November 4, 1956 --
The Suez Crisis : excerpts from President Eisenhower's address of October 31, 1956 --
The Suez Crisis : General Assembly Resolution on Middle East, November 2, 1956 --
The Eisenhower Doctrine : Joint Resolution to Promote Peace and Stability in the Middle East, March 9, 1957. Note from the Soviet Foreign Ministry to the American Ambassador at Moscow (Thompson), regarding Berlin, November 27, 1958 --
Joint Communiquie by the United States and the Soviet Union, regarding the Camp David conversations of Pesident Eisenhower and Premier Khrushchev, September 27, 1959 --
The U-2 incident : excerpts from Premier Khrushchev's remarks on U.S. Plane incident, May 7, 1960 --
The U-2 indicent : Text of the statement by President Eisenhower, following the May 16, 1960 meeting of the four heads of government. The Cold War and Latin America : The Act of Chapultepec, March 6, 1945 --
Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (Rio Pact), September 2, 1947 --
Charter of the Organization of American States, April 30, 1948 --
Communist shipment of arms to Guatemala : statement to the press by the Department of State, May 17, 1954 --
Agreement on Trade and Payments between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Republic of Cuba, February 13, 1960 --
Reduction of Cuban sugar quota : statement by President Eisenhower, July 6, 1960 --
Khrushchev's denunciation of the Monroe Doctrine : news conference in the Kremlin, July 12, 1960 --
The Declaration of San Josie, August 28, 1960.
Responsibility: Edited with an introd. by H.L. Trefousse.

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