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  • May 11, 1951

    Letter, Lieutenant General John B. Coulter to Syngman Rhee

    Lieutenant General John B. Coulter informs Syngman Rhee about the road survey that Colonel Frichard is in charge of, and matter related to civilian engineers.

  • May 12, 1951

    Letter, Lieutenant General John B. Coulter to Syngman Rhee

    Lieutenant General John B. Coulter invited Syngman Rhee to a memorial service, likely in connection with the United States' Memorial Day holiday.

  • May 14, 1951

    Letter, Lieutenant General John B. Coulter to President and Madame Rhee

    Lieutenant General John B. Coulter thanks President and Madame Rhee for a gift.

  • May 16, 1951

    Letter, C. P. Koh to Lieutenant General John B. Coulter

    C. P. Koh informs Lieutenant General Coulter that Syngman Rhee will be present at a memorial service.

  • May 17, 1951

    Letter, Lieutenant General John B. Coulter to Syngman Rhee

    Lieutenant General John B. Coulter informs Syngman Rhee about the need for military disciplinary controls for the Civil Transport Corps.

  • May 17, 1951

    Letter, Lieutenant General John B. Coulter to Syngman Rhee

    The Department of the Army of the United States advised that procurement in Korea should be obtained by requisition on the Republic of Korea. Several advantages by the system, and included supplies are listed. An opinion in response to the suggestion is attached.

  • May 20, 1951

    Letter, Sung Yong Lee to Lieutenant General John B. Coulter

    Minister Lee Sung Yong states that the Government is willing to send additional policemen north, but do not have finances to cover their expenses.

  • May 21, 1951

    Letter, Lieutenant Colonel William J. Pritchard to Lieutenant General John B. Coulter

    Lieutenant Colonel William J. Pritchard informs Lieutenant General John B. Coulter about the progress of a road survey project and an inspection of the ROK Army Engineer School.

  • May 31, 1951

    Letter, Syngman Rhee to Lieutenant General John B. Coulter

    Syngman Rhee informed Lieutenant General John B. Coulter that the Minister of Defense will discuss with him the Civil Transport Corps matter to establish disciplinary procedures.

  • May 31, 1951

    Letter, Syngman Rhee to Lieutenant General John B. Coulter

    Syngman Rhee informed Lieutenant General John B. Coulter that the Cabinet has been unable to come to decision about the suggested system of procurement.

  • June, 1951

    Note, Civilian Road Work Course

    Civilian road work course schedule of 10 June 1951 to 17 June 1951 and description of the course.

  • June 05, 1951

    Secret Letter from Roger Makins to Michael W. Perrin

    Roger Makins of the British Foreign Office informs Michael Perrin, Deputy Controller for Atomic Energy, about negotiations between India and the United States and India and France for nuclear cooperation.

  • July 10, 1951

    Letter from General Ridgeway to the Joint Chiefs of Staff on a Ceasefire Negotiations in Korea

    Report from Ridgway, Commander in Chief of the United Nations forces in Korea on meetings between the UN Command and North Korea to negotiate an armistice in Korea.

  • July 16, 1951

    Report on Radio Free Europe

    Observations of BBC managers two months after the start of RFE broadcasting from Munich on May 1, 1951. It includes their analysis of the Czechoslovak Service broadcasts on May 26th, 1951, and of the network of field bureaus to gather information from refugees. They lauded the enthusiasm of RFE broadcasters but criticized their programs for mixing opinion with fact in newscast.

  • August 18, 1951

    Letter from F.C. How to Roger Makins

    F.C. How of the Ministry of Supply replies to Roger Makins of the Foreign Office regarding negotiations for British nuclear cooperation with India.

  • August 21, 1951

    Office of Policy Coordination History of American Committee for Liberation

    Frank Wisner reviews the origins of the Soviet émigré project. He considers AMCOMLIB to be a cover organization without independent authority, notes the difficulty of uniting Soviet émigré groups, yet assumes that an émigré “political center” can organize publishing and broadcasting for the Soviet Union.

  • August 24, 1951

    Letter from the French Foreign Ministry to the UK Embassy in Paris on the Franco-Indian Reactor Agreement

    The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports that an agreement has been signed for cooperation between India and France for nuclear research.

  • August 25, 1951

    Radio Liberty Objectives Outlined

    An Office of Policy Coordination officer explains Radio Liberty aims and objectives as involving “Russians speaking to Russians through an organization made up of the peoples of Russia.”

  • August 27, 1951

    Office of Policy Coordination Memorandum on Russian Emigration

    OPC provides the State Department with a positive progress report on efforts to unify the Russian emigration and organize broadcasting to the USSR.

  • September 06, 1951

    CIA-State Department Reservations about Broadcasting to the Soviet Union

    Senior CIA and State Department officials review the August 21 OPC memorandum ["Office of Policy Coordination History of American Committee for Liberation"]. The State Department officials question whether disparate Russian émigré groups can cooperate enough to organize broadcasting to the USSR, while CIA director Walter Bedell Smith questions the cost of the project.