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  • January 09, 1954

    Letter, Prime Minister Baek Du-jin to Mr. C. Tyler Wood, the Economic Coordinator

    Paik Too Chin [Baek Du-jin], the Prime Minister of ROK, writes that the ROK government needs the Chosun Hotel, and is disappointed that Mr. C. Tyler Wood has decided to continue to occupy it.

  • January 09, 1954

    Letter, Prime Minister Baek Du-jin to General Maxwell D.Taylor

    Paik Too Chin [Baek Du-jin] complains that C. Tyler Wood, the United Nations Economic Coordinator for Korea, plans to continue to occupy the Chosun hotel despite promises it would be returned to the Korean Ministry of Transportation.

  • January 10, 1954

    Letter, Genearl Maxwell D. Taylor to Prime Minister Baek Du-jin

    General Maxwell D. Taylor attaches a copy of his letter sent November 11 informing the Prime Minister about the need to retain use of the Chosun Hotel.

  • January 10, 1954

    Letter, Headquarters Eighth United States Army to Yu Chang Jun

    Schedule for President Syngman Rhee and General Taylor's visit to Pusan and Kunsan.

  • January 11, 1954

    Letter, Prime Minister Baek Du-jin to General Maxwell D. Taylor

    Baek Du-jin requests that the Chosun Hotel be returned to the Ministry of Transportation as soon as possible.

  • January 13, 1954

    Letter, John W. Staggers to Syngman Rhee

    John B. Staggers cautions Syngman Rhee not to do anything that could destroy his position and reputation.

  • January 14, 1954

    Organizing Agricultural Cooperative Economy/Management

    Three forms of cooperative economy/management and the principles of organization are explained.

  • January 15, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to Colonel James C. Cross

    Yu Chang Jun writes that Private First Class Thomas John has completed his assignment designing the interior of the Bando Hotel.

  • January 15, 1954

    Report, Legation of the Hungarian People’s Republic in Beijing to the Foreign Ministry of Hungary

    Report from the Hungarian Chargé d’Affaires in Beijing which talks about the dispute between China, North Korea and the US over POW's. The report also speculates on the reason for India's position on this issue.

  • January 19, 1954

    Letter, Syngman Rhee to General James A. Van Fleet

    Syngman Rhee expresses concern about a Mr. Cromwell's "Rhee plan" for the Korean economy. He also tells General James A. Van Fleet he would like him to be in charge of the training and organization of additional Korean forces.

  • January 19, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to Colonel James C. Cross

    Yu Chang Jun, the Secretary of President Syngman Rhee, asks Colonel James C. Cross to arrange for clearance to enter Korea for Stanley Kiefer to work for the Office of Public Information.

  • January 19, 1954

    Central Intelligence Agency, NIE 12.4-54, Probable Developments in Eastern Germany Through 1955

    Estimating the current situation and probable developments in East Germany through 1955.

  • January 21, 1954

    Report on the Reception of Yugoslavian Diplomat Vidic by Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov

    Memorandum of conversation between Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov and Yugoslav Ambassador Vidic. Topics of discussion include Austrian-Yugoslav relations, and the current state of relations with the Soviet Union. This memorandum was written one year after the Tito-Stalin split, and the founding of Titoism.

  • January 21, 1954

    Letter, General James A. Van Fleet to President Rhee

    General Van Fleet first addresses the two sides of the Asian question. Should the US 1) try to “win back Asia” or 2) face the "reality" of the present conditions and should not recommence fighting in Korea? He advises Rhee to concentrate on expanding the ROK army and to leave reunification matters to the US and the United Nations.

  • January 21, 1954

    Letter, John W. Staggers to Syngman Rhee

    John W. Staggers writes to Syngman Rhee about his arrangements to travel to Japan.

  • January 24, 1954

    Statement from A.G. Krymov (Guo Zhaotang), a Prisoner in Noril’sk and Former Member of the Chinese Communist Party and the Executive Committee of the Comintern

    A statement from A.G. Krymov, where he pleas for cancellation of his verdict to a labor camp and to gain permission to serve the Communist cause in either the Soviet Union or China. In March 1938 he was arrested by the NKVD in Moscow and exposed as an enemy of the people.

  • January 25, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to Colonel James C. Cross

    Yu Chang Jun asks James C. Cross to arrange clearance for Sally Sherwin to enter Korea and assist with refurbishing the Bando Hotel.

  • January 28, 1954

    Letter, Chang Jun Yu to Colonel James C. Cross

    Chang Jun Yu, Secretary of President Syngman Rhee, asks Colonel James C. Cross to arrange clearance for the Reverend Edward L. Junkin to enter Korea as an advisor to the President and to teach at Chosun Christian University.

  • January 29, 1954

    Letter, Minister of National Defense Won-Yil Sohn to General Maxwell D. Taylor

    Won-Yil Sohn, the Minister of National Defense, asks General D. Taylor to provide a list of foodstuff and clothing items to be purchased for ROK military forces.

  • February, 1954

    Resolution on Strengthening the Party's Unity

    After discussing the factionalist activities of Gao Gang and Rao Shushi, the Fourth Plenary Session of the Seventh CCP concludes by passing the 'Resolution on Strengthening the Party's Unity'.