January 28, 1945
Notes of V. Kolarov from a Meeting with Stalin
Stalin opposes Turkey's inclusion in any Balkan federation, suggests that Bulgaria and Yugoslavia's confederation should be postponed and that Bulgaria should assert its rights to the Aegean. He says that the Soviet Union has only allied with capitalist nations to defeat the most dangerous of them, Germany; says that capitalism has decayed and the conditions for socialism are good. Promises Russia's assistance in developing Bulgaria's industry.
March 06, 1945
Letter from President Roosevelt to Stalin on an Acceptable Compromise Regarding the Composition of the Postwar Polish Government, 6 February 1945
Letter from President Roosevelt to Stalin on an Acceptable Compromise Regarding the Composition of the Postwar Polish Government; discussing Soviet actions and the Polish government.
February 09, 1945
Letter from Special Agent in Charge R. B. Hood to FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover
RKO Pictures Incorporated requested that the Department of Justice inform then whether a proposed organization for the exchange of American and Soviet films would be required to register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act.
February 11, 1945
Yalta Conference Agreement, Declaration of a Liberated Europe
The text of the agreements reached at the Yalta (Crimea) Conference between President Roosevelt, Prime Minister Churchill and Generalissimo Stalin.
February 12, 1945
Telegrams Regarding Operation Foxley
Telegram arguing for Operation Foxley.
February 12, 1945
Telegram Regarding Operation Foxley II
A telegram outlining target information for Operation Foxley II.
February 23, 1945
Hugh Dalton Diary Entry Concerning Meeting of Churchill with Junior Ministers
Hugh Dalton discusses Churchill's impressions of the Yalta Conference.
March 01, 1945
Memorandum: G. A. F. Personnel in U.S. Custody
German non-technical G.A.F. personnel in U.S. custody including Hans Kammler.
March 04, 1945
British Intelligence Memorandum: Moves of Senior Staffs from Berlin
The memorandum details the movement of German Military SS officials.
March 05, 1945
Report to L. P. Beria about the Political Situation in Romania
NKGB/NKVD report on the political situation in Romania, describing the negotiations and maneuvering among the various political parties to form a coalition government.
March 10, 1945
Telegram Regarding U.S. Participation in Operation Foxley and Foxley II
A telegram asking if the United States Government has approved U.S. action in Operation Foxley II.
March 15, 1945
Letter from Captain Calugaru P. Stelian of the 40th Infantry Regiment to the Commanding General of the General Staff, Bucharest, with attached List of Names
Captain Stelian pleads with the Commanding General of the General Staff in Bucharest to intervene on behalf of himself and 23 other Romanian soldiers who were captured by the Allied Forces, held in POW camps in Germany, and then transported toward the USSR. A list of the names of these soldiers is attached.
March 16, 1945
Telegram from London to New York: Capt. E. H. Bennett
A telegram sharing information regarding Captain E. H. Bennett, who will carry out assassinations for Operation Foxley.
March 16, 1945
Report to L. P. Beria about the Social and Political Situation in Northern Transylvania
NKGB/NKVD report on the response in Northern Transylvania following Romania's resumption of control of the region.
March 21, 1945
Record of V. M. Molotov's Conversation with President of Czechoslovakia E. Beneš
Molotov and President Beneš discussed the post-war borders of Czechoslovakia, the relocation of the Hungarian and German populations, and the economic situation in the country.
March 22, 1945
Telegram from New York to London Regarding Operation Foxley
Information about an asset that will participate in Operation Foxley.
March 24, 1945
Record of Conversation Between V. M. Molotov and President of Czechoslovakia E. Beneš
Molotov and President Beneš discuss the transfer of control of Trans-Carpathian Ukraine to the Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia's need for economic assistance.
March 30, 1945
Memorandum: German Non-Technical Personnel in U.S. Custody
German non-technical personnel in U.S. custody including Hans Kammler.
March 31, 1945
Telephoned Telegram from Soviet Ambassador to Poland V. Z. Lebedev to I. V. Stalin and M. V. Molotov
Ambassador Lebedev reports about an appeal from the underground group "Stronnitstvo Ludove" to the Military Commandant of Krakow with a proposal for negotiations with the Polish Leadership.
April 02, 1945
Memorandum from Bomber Command Advanced to HQ Bomber Command Air Ministry Whitehall: Target Request
A request for targets to be bombed to support Army personnel.