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  • April 23, 1951

    Travel Permission for Prince Farid

  • April 24, 1951

    Letter, Syngman Rhee to Lieutenant General John B. Coulter

    Regarding Lieutenant General John B. Coulter's offer to vacate the Songdo Hotel, Syngman Rhee informed him he decided that the hotel is not suitable for their purposes. Colonel Robertson would use it as the premises and Governor Yang would look for some other suitable building.

  • April 25, 1951

    Letter, General James A. Van Fleet to UN Ground Forces in Korea

    General Van Fleet encourages the UN Ground Forces in Korea to continue their fight against “armed communism aggression.”

  • April 26, 1951

    Letter, the Commanding General of the Sixth Division to Syngman Rhee

    Translation of ROK Army 6th Division Commander Kim Jong-oh's response to an encouraging letter from Syngman Rhee.

  • April 26, 1951

    Letter, Colonel Kim Jong-oh to Syngman Rhee [Korean]

    ROK Army 6th Division Commander Kim Jong-oh responds to an encouraging letter from Syngman Rhee.

  • April 27, 1951

    Letter, Colonel Marvin J. Coyle to Chang Myon

    Colonel Marvin J. Coyle informs Prime Minister Chang Myon about the status of the Rice Collection Program on 24 March 1951, expressing concern because of a possible shortage of imported rice.

  • April 30, 1951

    Letter, Owen Lattimore to Isa Yusuf Alptekin

    Lattimore tells Alptekin that he is "doing my best to stimulate more study" of Xinjiang in the United States.

  • May 02, 1951

    Receipt

  • May 03, 1951

    Letter, President Syngman Rhee to General Coulter

    President Rhee writes to General Coulter to address the issue of prisoners of war. After stating that releasing POWs would “demoralize” Korean soldiers, Rhee expresses his concern for POWs forced to fight in the North’s side. Rhee states that “democratic-accepting” POWs can be released only after they pass a series of tests proving them to be anti-communist. Once released, these POWs can “carry their stories of fair treatment under a democratic United Nations.”

  • May 06, 1951

    Memorandum of Conversation, Soviet Ambassador N. V. Roshchin with CC CCP Secretary Liu Shaoqi

    Conversation between Soviet Ambassador to the PRC Roshchin and Liu Shaoqi regarding the Guomindang (Kuomintang) and American intervention in Korea, and the question of Chinese relations with Tibet.

  • 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 24, 1951

    Memorandum of Conversation, Soviet Ambassador to China N.V. Roshchin with Indian Ambassador K.M. Panikkar, 3 May 1951

    On 3 May Roshchin was at a reception of the Indian ambassador Panikkar. At the reception many different representatives were present. During the reception Panikkar expressed his great frustration over his difficult situation regarding the export of grain from China, and informed that in the current situation in India there is no way to produce the quantity of grain that they could receive from China. There was given special attention to the Czechoslovak representatives and trade delegation.

  • May 29, 1951

    Ciphered Telegram No. 101255, Filippov [Stalin] to Cde. Razuvaev

    Stalin sends a message for Kim Il Sung saying that he cannot give Kim Il Sung rifle-mortar arms, but can give him other types of ammunition.