July 13, 1956
NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL DISCUSSION OF POLICY TOWARD EASTERN EUROPE
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get citationSenior officials discuss US policy at a National Security Council (NSC) principals' meeting on July 12. Notwithstanding less cautionary views expressed by Vice President Nixon at the NSC discussion, on July 18 President Eisenhower approved a minor modification of the draft (NSC 5608 and the annex) as NSC 5608/1 to serve as a basic statement of U.S. policy (published as redacted document 80, FRUS, 1955-57, XXV ; unredacted document 17, Békés, Byrne, and Rainer, The 1956 Hungarian Revolution)."National Security Council Discussion of Policy Toward Eastern Europe," July 13, 1956, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Obtained and contributed to CWIHP by A. Ross Johnson. Cited Ch3 n6 in his book Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty, NARA release courtesy of Malcolm Byrne, National Security Archive. Unredacted text of redacted document 79, FRUS, 1955-1957, XXV, 212-216 http://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/114691
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