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April 30, 1960

Letter, South African Legation in Vienna, Regarding Relations with the United States

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The South African Legation in Vienna writes to the Department of Foreign Affairs to request a copy of the Union's bilateral agreement with the United States. Mr. Philip at the Department of External Affairs attaches a handwritten note that they won't find anything in the bilateral on grants for nuclear technology; the offer was made generally, in President Eisenhower's subsequent speech.


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South African Foreign Affairs Archives, Brand Fourie Personal Papers, Atomic Research in the Union of South Africa, 137.11.23, Vol 3, 24.3.58-13.5.60. Obtained and contributed by Anna-Mart van Wyk, Monash South Africa.


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