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August 16, 1954

Letter, G. Zhukov to the Marshal of the Soviet Union, Comrade N.A. Bulganin

Zhukov informs Bulganin of his efforts to ensure the safety of troops and ordinary citizens during the Totskoye nuclear exercise.

September 4, 1954

Meeting held by Marshal of the Soviet Union Com. G.K. Zhukov 4 September 1954 at Totskoye Camps

Notes from a discussion among Soviet military leaders concerning the risk of contamination during the Totskoye nuclear exercise.

April 1954

I. Petrov, 'On Safety [during the Totskoye Nuclear Exercise]'

Petrov details efforts to limit contamination from the Totskoye nuclear exercise in 1954.

Date unknown

File No. 104. Poland

References, apparently from an index, to different Soviet reports: the first from 1950, on atomic attacks, and the second from 1980, on the Solidarity movement in Poland.

September 23, 1944

The Battle for Warsaw

Stalin updates Harriman and Kerr on the Battle for Warsaw and what the Red Army has encountered as it advances toward Warsaw.

September 23, 1944

The President’s and the Prime Minister’s Message to Marshal Stalin regarding the Quebec Decisions

Stalin, Kerr, and Harriman discuss plans for fighting in the Far East and the Pacific.

September 23, 1944

Prisoners of War in the Balkans

Harriman and Stalin discuss the Red Army's help evacuating American prisoners of war from Romania and their treatment by the Bulgarians.

September 23, 1944

Establishment of a Tripartite Military Committee in Moscow

Harriman, Kerr, and Stalin discuss the development of a tripartite military committee.

September 23, 1944

Operations in France

Marshal Stalin and Clark Kerr discuss the strategy in France and hurting Germany by taking industrial centers.

September 23, 1944

Bomb Installations at Debice

Clark Kerr thanks Stalin for cooperating with Anglo-American experts that recently inspected rocket installations in Debica, Poland.
Note that the document refers to the city of Debice, Poland, which is in Northwestern Poland, near the German border. This city is not known to have or been near any rocket installations and it is therefore assumed by the processor that Debica was the correct city due to its proximity to Blizna and that it was called Debice in error.