THE COLD WAR-1917-1953

General Resources on- Line

Cold War Links 1917-1953

THE COLD WAR 1917-1953(PRINT)
 

General Resources On-Line
 

Annals of Communisim-Yale University Press

American Studies Cross Roads Project

Archives in Russia

The Avalon Project at Yale Law School

Brookings Institution:The US Nuclear Weapons Cost  Study Project

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists:Atomic Links

Center for the Study of Intelligence

CNN THE COLD WAR Series

NSA and The Cuban Missile Crisis

Diefenbunker-Canada's Cold War Musuem

Cold War Policies:1945-1991

Cold War International History Project

Cold War Hot Links

CWHIP-Stalin Era(1945-1953)

Did Nato Win the Cold War?

Documents Relating to American Foreign Policy: The Cold War

European Archival Network

FBI-Venona Project

Federation of American Scientists:Project on Government Secrecy

Fletcher School of Diplomacy-International Relations Resources

Harvard Project on Cold War Studies

Internet Modern History Book-A Pi-Polar World

Internet Modern History Book-America as a External Power

Instances of US use of Armed Forces Abroad,1783-1993

International Institute of Social History

Multilaterals Project

Museum of Communism

National Security Agency: Venona Page

National Security Archive

National Security Archive-Electronic Briefing Books

Nuclear Blast Mapper Plan your oblivion via PBS-Race for the Super Bomb

PBS-Presidents Page

PBS-Presidents Page-Teachers Guide

PBS-Race for the Super Bomb

The NATO Archives

Library of Congress:Soviet Archives Project

The Literature of Intelligence

Soros Open Society Archives

Stalin-Era Research and Archives Project

"The Literature and Culture of the American Fifties"

Timeline of US Diplomatic History

US Planning for War in Europe-1963-1964
 

Cold War Links 1917-1953

Pre-1945

Politburo Discusses Receiving Aid from the United States, 1921

Testimony of American Communist, Gitlow, to the Bolsheviks, 1929

Krystyna Kersten, "Poles' Responses to the Realities of 1944-1947: Questions for Consideration," INTERMARIUM, Volume 1, Number 1

December 1,1943 CAIRO CONFERENCE:Roosevelt,Churchill and Chiang Kai Shek state that "Japan will also be expelled from all other territories which she has taken by violence and greed. The aforesaid three great powers, mindful of the enslavement of the people of Korea, are determined that in due course Korea shall become free and independent".

Harry S. Truman, Memoirs (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1955) Chapter 24, pp. 372-394

The Cold War
 

"Korea's Partition: Soviet-American Pursuit of Reunification, 1945-1948," JAMES I. MATRAY, Parameters, Spring 1998

"Portentous Sideshow: The Korean Occupation Decision," DONALD W. BOOSE, JR, Parameters, Winter 1995, pp. 112-129.

Robert A. Pollard, Economic Security and the Origins of the Cold War, 1945-1950 (New York: Columbia University Press, 1985), pp. 20-23 (on US demobilization after World War II)

FIRST MEETING OF COUNCIL OF FOREIGN MINISTERS, LONDON, SEPTEMBER 11 TO OCTOBER 2, 1945,
Report by Secretary Byrnes, October 5, 1946

INTERIM MEETING OF FOREIGN MINISTERS OF THE UNITED STATES, THE UNITED KINGDOM, AND THE UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS, MOSCOW, DECEMBER 16-26, 1945

July-August, 1945 Potsdam Conference
August 15,1945 Japan surrenders

September 2,1945 Japanese surrender signed in Tokyo Bay

September 8,1945 American occupation forces land in Korea. On the occupation, Portentuous Decision:The Korean Occupation Decision-Donald W.Boose-PARAMETERS

October 1945  Syngman Rhee returns to Korea

December 1945  Interim Meeting of Foreign Ministers meeting in Moscow agrees to joint Soviet-American commission to prepare Korea for election of a provisional government and trusteeship lasting as long as five years.

1946

Memo from Acting Secretary of State Dean Acheson to President Truman on the Greek Economic Mission, August 7,1946

George Kennan, Excerpts from Telegraphic Message from Moscow of February 22, 1946

Fakiolas, Efstathios T., "Kennan's Long Telegram and NSC-68: A Comparative Analysis," East European Quarterly, Vol. 31, no. 4, January 1998

"Letter between Mr. Cohen and Mr. Kindleberger identifying six major problems in Europe, April 5, 1946"

Bozena Szaynok, "The Jewish Pogrom in Kielce, July 1946 - New Evidence," Intermarium, Volume 1, Number 3

SECOND MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF FOREIGN MINISTERS, PARIS, (a) First Part, April 25 to May 16,1946, Report by Secretary Byrnes, May 20,1946

Douglas J. Macdonald, "Communist Bloc Expansion in the Early Cold War: Challenging Realism, Refuting Revisionism," International Security, Vol. 20, no. 3 (Winter 1995)

Dean Acheson's account of the crisis over Iran, 1946

Memo from Acting secretary of State Dean Acheson to President Truman on the Greek Economic Mission, August 7, 1946

Letter from Charles Kindleberger, United States Political Adviser for Germany, August 14, 1946

PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE, JULY 29 TO OCTOBER 15, 1946, Report by Secretary Byrnes, October 18, 1946

Winston Churchill, "Sinews of Peace," (the Iron Curtain Speech), Westminster College, 1946

Post-World War II Speeches of Winston Churchill in Audio Format

THIRD MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF F0REIGN MINISTERS, NEW YORK CITY, NOVEMBER 4 TO DECEMBER 12, 1946, Report by the Department of State

May 1946 The joint commission is disbanded. Second Meeting of Foreign Ministers in Paris
concludes in May.

1947

Statement by General Marshall on the situation in China, January 7, 1947

Herbert Hoover's letter to the President Truman regarding the food shortage in Europe, January 18, 1947

Herbert Hoover's letter to the President Truman asking for an inclusive report in regards to spending on Germany for Congress and taxpayers, January 19, 1947

Statement of The Central Committee of The Chinese Communist Party, February 1, 1947

Joseph M. Jones, The Fifteen Weeks (February 11-June 5, 1947) (New York: The Viking Press, 1955) Chapter 1, "In Washington," pp. 3-13 (excerpts)

Summary of telegrams from Greece, Poland, and the USSR, February 25, 1947

Herbert Hoover's press release of The President's Economic Mission to Germany and Austria, Report no. 1: German Agriculture and Food Requirements, February 28, 1947

Draft Notes explaining why the United States should grant financial aid to Greece and Turkey

Joseph M. Jones Notes on the Economics of Peace, March 1947

Background memorandum on Greece, March 3, 1947

Letter from Paul Economou-Gouras to George C. Marshall, March 3, 1947

Draft of suggestions for the President's message to Congress in regard to the Greek situation, March 3, 1947

Summary of telegrams from Hungary, Greece, and Germany and relief needs, March 4, 1947

Summary of telegrams from Czechoslovakia, Hungary, France, Bulgaria, and Greece, March 5, 1947

Letter from George M. Elsey to Mr. Clifford, March 7, 1947

Suggested draft of the President's message to Congress on the Greek Situation, March 7, 1947

Rough draft of the President's message to Congress in regard to Greece, March 9, 1947

Speech by President Truman asking Congress to pass the Truman Doctrine (not used) (no date)

Memo from C. H. Humelsine to Commander George M. Elsey, March 10, 1947

Chronology of the drafting of the President's message of March 12, 1947

Dean Acheson's account of the decision to aid Greece and Turkey in 1947

Speech Announcing the "Truman Doctrine," 1947

Address of the President of the United States: Recommendation for Assistance to Greece and Turkey, March 12, 1947

Joseph M. Jones, The Drafting of the President's Message to Congress on the Greek Situation, March 12, 1947

Telegram from French Ambassador Caffery to Secretary of State Dean Acheson, March 13, 1947

Telegram from Greek Ambassador MacVeagh to Secretary of State Dean Acheson, March 13, 1947

Telegram from British Ambassador Gallman to Secretary of State Dean Acheson, March 13, 1947

Telegram from Yugoslavian Ambassador Cabot to Secretary of State Dean Acheson, March 14, 1947

Telegram from Swiss Ambassador Harrison to Secretary of State Dean Acheson, March 14, 1947

Statement by President Truman, March 15, 1947

Telegram from French Ambassador Caffery to Secretary of State Dean Acheson, March 18, 1947

Editorial Reactions to the President's Address Before Congress on the Greek Situation, Part 1, March 19, 1947, and Part 2, March 22, 1947

Letter from Edward Mason to the Honorable Willard Thorp, Assistant Secretary Department of State, on the Moscow Meetings, March 20, 1947

State Department press notice regarding the general political situation in Greece, March 23, 1947

Herbert Hoover, The President's Economic Mission to Germany and Austria, Report no. 3: The necessary steps for promotion of German exports, so as to relieve American tax payers of the burdens of relief and for economic recovery of Europe.

Harry S. Truman's letter to Herbert Hoover regarding Report no. 3, March 24, 1947

Charles Kindleberger, Delegation of the United States of America, Council of Foreign Ministers American Embassy Moscow, Letter on Postwar Conditions in Europe, March 24, 1947

Letter from Edwin W. Pauley to President Truman, March 24, 1947

Letter to the Honorable Willard Thorp, Assistant Secretary Department of State, from Moscow regarding Allied Control Council Report, March 26, 1947

Letter from Charles Kindleberger on Bizonal Trouble, Delegation of the United States of America, Council of Foreign Ministers American Embassy Moscow, April 18, 1947

Correspondence between President Truman and Eleanor Roosevelt, April/May 1947

Draft Outline Notes for Mr. Acheson's speech before Delta Council, May 8, Drafted April 23, 1947

FOURTH MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF FOREIGN MINISTERS, MOSCOW, MARCH 10 TO APRIL 24, 1947, Report by Secretary Marshall, April 28, 1947

Initial Press and Radio Reaction to Under Secretary Acheson's Speech at Cleveland Mississippi on May 8, 1947, filed May 15, 1947

A letter from Joseph M. Jones to Mr. Acheson suggesting that foreign finanical aid should come in the form of grants, May 1, 1947

Memorandum from Mike Mansfield, Member of Congress, on Economic Conditions in Europe

"Aid to Greece and Turkey", from The Department of State Bulletin Supplement, May 4, 1947

State Department press notice regarding an address by Henry S. Villard, May 5, 1947

Joseph M. Jones letter to Mr. Lippmann regarding Acheson's speech outlining economic programs, May 7, 1947

"Administration Now Shifts Its Emphasis on Foreign Aid: Economic Reconstruction of Western Europe Now Held Best Bar to Soviet Expansion" by James Reston, New York Times, May 9, 1947

The Department of State Bulletin: "Requirements of Reconstruction" by Under Secretary Acheson, May 18, 1947

Announcement from President Truman about having just signed the Truman Doctrine, May 19, 1947; Rough draft of an announcement from President Truman about having just signed the Truman Doctrine; Another rough draft of an announcement from President Truman about having just signed the Truman Doctrine; Announcement from President Truman regarding a ceremony of his signing of the Truman Doctrine (no date)

"Design for Reconstruction" Proposed Address for Secretary Marshall June, 1947, drafted May 20, 1947

The act to provide for assistance to Greece and Turkey as stated by Congress, May 22, 1947

Draft of note from the Greek government to the United States Government, May 22, 1947

Letter to Clark Clifford regarding the Greek Aid Program, May 23, 1947; Comparison of Treasury and State drafts of agreement on assistance to Greece, May 22, 1947

Agreement on aid to Greece, May 22, 1947

Memo from Secretary of State Dean Acheson to President Truman on the proposed agreement on aid to Greece, May 23, 1947

Annex A : General Outline of the Reconstruction Problem

The Marshall Plan

Address by General George C.Marshal, Secretary of State of the United States at Harvard University,June 5 1947

Commencment Speech by George C. Marshall at Harvard,June 5,1947(audio version)

Commencement Speech by General Marshall(audio version)

PBS, Newshour, "Remembering the Man and His Plan," 5 June 1997

The Department of State, Bulletin, "European Initiative Essential to Economic Recovery," Remarks by the Secretary of State, June 15, 1947

Memorandum of the press and radio news conference by Lincoln White, June 18, 1947

Memorandum: Secretary of State's Harvard Speech of June, 1947, filed July 2, 1947

'The Marshall Plan -- Then and Now' By Ambassador Harlan Cleveland U.S. Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), 1967

Joseph M. Jones's Memo to Mr. Russell regarding the need to clarify relationship between Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan, July 7, 1947

The Marshall Proposal of Assistance to Europe, July 10, 1947

Memo from General Marshall to President Truman on the Greek situation, including a map of the Greek situation, July 16, 1947

World Cereal Production, 1947

The George C. Marshall Foundation Web Page

Cold War International History Project, Working Paper #9: New Evidence on the Soviet Rejection of the Marshall Plan, 1947: Two Reports, by Scott D. Parrish and Mikhail M. Narinsky

For European Recovery: The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Marshall Plan

U.S. Air Force in Europe, 50th Anniversary of the Berlin Airlift

Department of State, "Summary of the Department's Position of the Content of A European Recovery Plan," August 26, 1947

Preliminary Work of the Department of State setting forth the problems of European Recovery, August 29, 1947

Department of State Outgoing Telegram to Moscow Embassy, Sept 12, 1947

Letter from Dwight P. Griswold to President Truman on the Greek situation, September 20, 1947; Memo from President Truman to the Under Secretary of State along with a copy of the letter from Dwight P. Griswold to President Truman on 9-20-47, October 13, 1947

The Immediate need for Emergency Aid to Europe, September 29, 1947

Transcript of the speech of Australian Foreign Minister Evatt before the United Nations on the Greek question, October 6, 1947

State Department press notice regarding the report on Greece, October 15, 1947

The Testimony of Walter E. Disney Before the House Committee on Un-American Activities, 24 October, 1947

"European Recovery Program" Basic Document No. 1, October 31, 1947

Text of Statement by Paul G. Hoffman, Economic Cooperation Administrator, before the OEEC, October 31,1949

'European Recovery and American Aid' A report by The President's Committee on Foreign Aid (Parts One and Two) November 1947

'European Recovery and American Aid' A report by The President's Committee on Foreign Aid (Part Three) November 1947

Ray F. Mosely's letter to the President regarding unnecessary spending in Northern Europe, November 26, 1947

Telegram from Greek Ambassador Keeley to Secretary of State Dean Acheson, November 29, 1947

President Truman's responds to Ray F. Mosely acknowledging fair condition in Northern Europe, but reminding him to look at all the European countries, December 1, 1947

Letter to the President Truman from the department of Agriculture regarding low yielding grain crops in the states

Summary Report on Famine Emergency Committee

The United States Grain Export Program

Letter from Walter Wilds to John R. Steelman, January 22, 1948; letter from W. Averell Harriman to John R. Steelman, December 2, 1947; letter from W. Averell Harriman to John R. Steelman, December 24, 1947

FIFTH MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF FOREIGN MINISTERS, LONDON, NOVEMBER 25-DECEMBER 16, 1947 Report by Secretary Marshall, December 19, 1947
 

September 17,1947 The US refers the issue of Korean reunification and independence to the United Nations

September 29,1947 The JCS declare South Korea of little strategic significance

October 1947 The United States presents a resolution to the United Nations calling for separate elections in the US and USSR zones. A UN Temporary Commission(UNTCOK) would be established to supervise election for a Korean Government.
 

1948
 

War Department Classified Message Center, Incoming Classified Message on Situation in Berlin, April 1948

Harold B. Hinton, "Aid Bill is Signed by Truman as Reply to Foes of Liberty," New York Times, 4 April 1948

Timo Vihavainen, "After the War: Finland's Relations with the Soviet Union, 1944-1991"

Final draft of President Truman's third quarterly report on Greek-Turkish aid, May 12, 1948

Letter from Eliahu Epstein, agent for the provisional government of Israel, to President Truman, May 14, 1948

A factual summary concerning the American Mission for aid to Greece, June 15, 1948

The Berlin Airlift, A Pictorial History

Charles F. Pennacchio, "The East German Communists and the Origins of the Berlin Blockade Crisis," East European Quarterly, Vol. 29, no. 3 (Fall 1995)

Memorandum for the President: summary of the discussion at the 15th meeting of the National Security Council on Berlin, July 16, 1948

Memorandum for the President: summary of the discussion at the 16th meeting of the National Security Council on Berlin, July 23, 1948

"The Long-Term Program Report to Rober Marjolin, Secretary-General, Organization for European Economic Co-operation by John H. Williams, November 23, 1948, with attached letter to Mr. Hoffman, December 2, 1948"

Fifth Report to Congress on Assistance to Greece and Turkey, December 10, 1948

Memo on Turkey from the Central Intelligence Agency to President Truman, December 22, 1948

January 1948  USSR refuses to allow UNTCOK to enter its zone in Korea

February 1948 UN supervises US resolution giving UNTCOK authority to supervise elections "in such parts of Korea as might be accessible to the Commission"

May 10,1948 National Assembly elected in South Korea;names Syngman Rhee as the first president of the Republic of Korea(ROK)

August 15,1948 Republic of Korea formally established

September 9,1948 Deomcratic People's Republic of Korea formally established

October 1948  Mutiny of South Korean constabulary about to embark for island of Cheju to put down rebellion there; lasts until January 1949

November 1948 Rhee imposes martial law over most of South Korea

December 10,1948 The United States agrees to $300 million in military aid to South Korea

1949

Cover letter and message from Dr. Chaim Weisman, President of the State Council of the Provisional Government of Israel, to President Truman, January 11, 1949

SIXTH MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF FOREIGN MINISTERS, PARIS, MAY 23 TO JUNE 20, 1949

Benjamin O. Fordham, "Economic Interests, Party, and Ideology in Early Cold War Era U.S. Foreign Policy," International Organization, Vol. 52, no. 2 (Spring 1998)

Seventh Report to Congress on Assistance to Greece and Turkey, June 29, 1949

Dean Acheson:   United States Position on China, August 1949

"Greece and the United Nations, 1946-49", from the Department of State Bulletin, September 19, 1949

"Letter from Paul Hoffman to Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, September 26, 1949"

The Common Program of The Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, 1949, Adopted by the First Plenary Session of the Chinese People's PCC on September 29th, 1949 in Peking

Economic Cooperation Administration Office of the Special Representatives in Europe, Paris, France "Review of European Press Reaction to Mr. Hoffman's Paris Visit and OEEC Negotiations, 25 October thru November 1949" Prepared by the Press Intelligence Unit Editorial Reasearch and Analysis Section Information Division, December 1, 1949
 

January 1,1949 The United States formally recognizes the Seoul government

March 1949 NSC recommends withdrawl of all American forces by June 30,1949

April 8,1949 USSR vetoes South Korean membership in the UN
 
 

1950

Klaus Fuchs

President Truman's letter to James S. Lay, Executive Secretary of the National Security Council, April 12, 1950

NSC-68, 1950

Fakiolas, Efstathios T., "Kennan's Long Telegram and NSC-68: A Comparative Analysis," East European Quarterly, Vol. 31, no. 4, January 1998

Paul Y. Hammond, "NSC-68: PROLOGUE TO REARMAMENT," 1962

"Letter to Paul Hoffman on the Marshall Plan from Oliver Franks at the British Embassy in Washington, June 21, 1950"

January 12,1950 Secretary of State dean Acheson delivers speech placing Korea outside the US defense perimeter

April 1950 NSC sends to president Truman NSC-68, which becomes the blueprint for US rearmament

May 5,1950 Rhee's party loses elections

June 19,1950 CIA determines that North Korea could capture much of South Korea, including Seoul, without help from Communist China or USSR

The Korean War
 

Air University Bibliography:Origins

Korea:The Background to Conflict

Korea,Case History  of a Pawn

The House Divided

National Defense and the United States Army

David T. Fautua, "The 'Long Pull' Army: NSC-68, the Korean War, and the Creation of the Cold War U.S. Army, Journal of Military History, Vol. 61, no. 1 (January 1997)

Secretary of State Dean Acheson's account of his speech describing the U.S. "defense perimeter" in 1950

Discussion Thread on Dean Acheson and the Korean War, H-DIPLO Net

John Lewis Gaddis, "Who Started the Korean War?" Atalntic Monthly, 8 May 1994

"Korea's Partition: Soviet-American Pursuit of Reunification, 1945-1948," by JAMES I. MATRAY

Korean War Reference Library

Examining the Korean War

Ambassador Muccio reports to US State Department that North Korea has crossed the 38th Parallel, SEOUL, June 25, 1950

United Press Correspondent Jack James Cables New York with News of North Korean Invasion

UN Resolution of 27 June 1950 on Korea

UNITED STATES ARMY IN THE KOREAN WAR: SOUTH TO THE NAKTONG, NORTH TO THE YALU(June-November 1950) by Roy Appleman

Statement by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the USSR,  Andrei Gromyko, July 4,1950 on American Intervention in Korea

Report of The United Nations Commission on Korea, 1950

President Rhee Syngman turns over South Korean Forces to General MacArthur, July 14, 1950

Maps of the Korean War

General Douglas MacArthur Defends His Conduct of the War in Korea, April 19, 1951

PBS, MacArthur

Old Soldiers Never Die By Geoffrey Perret

Walter LaFeber, Historian, on MacArthur and Nuclear Weapons in Korea

General Ridgway's Broadcast Message to the Commanders of the Communist Forces in Korea, 30 June 1951

General Ridgway's Message to General Kim Il Sung and General Peng Teh-Huai, 13 Jul 1951

Korean Armistice Agreement

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AIR INTERDICTION DURING THE KOREAN WAR By Mr. B. C. Mossman, OCMH STUDY, PREPARED BY HISTORIES DIVISION, March 1966. OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

"China's Decision to Enter the Korean War: Reappraisal and New Documentation," Michael M. Sheng, Professor of History, Southwest Missouri State University, Korea and World Affairs, Vol. XIX , No. 2, Summer 1995

Korean War Project Home Page

The Korean War: A Fresh Perspective, By Colonel Harry G. Summers, Jr.,

US Army, Center for Military History, "Black Soldier, White Army: The 24th Infantry in Korea"

The Korean War Revisited, DONALD W. BOOSE, JR. Parameters, Spring 1998

The Associated Press, "Proof Soviets Lied About US Warfare," (Charges of Biological Warfare in the Korean War) New York Times, November 16, 1998

Lashmar, Paul, "Stalin's 'Hot' War," New Statesman & Society, vol. 9, no. 388, February 2, 1996

Resignation of Paul Hoffman as Chief of the Marshall Plan administration, September 25, 1950

1951


Sino-Tibetan Agreement, Agreement on Measures for the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet, 17-Point Agreement of May 23, 1951

Michael Meeropol Statement on Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, July 1995

Stephen Pizzo, The Rosenberg Communiques

Morton Sobell, "Venona and the Rosenbergs," 1997

The Rosenbergs: Victims of Cold War Hysteria

General Douglas MacArthur Defends His Conduct of the War in Korea, April 19, 1951

PBS, MacArthur

Walter LaFeber, Historian, on MacArthur and Nuclear Weapons in Korea

General Ridgway's Broadcast Message to the Commanders of the Communist Forces in Korea, 30 June 1951

General Ridgway's Message to General Kim Il Sung and General Peng Teh-Huai, 13 Jul 1951

PBS, Race for the Superbomb

1952


Press Release: ECA Mission to Greece, March 1, 1952

Press Release: ECA Mission to Greece, March 8, 1952

Press Release--Mutual Security Agendy: Special Mission to Greece for Economic Cooperation, March 15, 1952

Press Release--Mutual Security Agendy: Special Mission to Greece for Economic Cooperation, March 22, 1952

Press Release--Mutual Security Agendy: Special Mission to Greece for Economic Cooperation, March 29, 1952

Press Release--Mutual Security Agendy: Special Mission to Greece for Economic Cooperation, April 12, 1952

"Foreward in the Form of a Letter to my Children,"  from Witness by Whittaker Chambers

Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., "The New Isolationism," Atlantic Monthly, May 1952

"Isolation and Expansion" by Walter Lippmann, 1952

Notes on Interview with Glenn Craig on the Marshall Plan. Also present: Harvey Mansfield, August 20, 1952

George Kennan, FOREIGN SERVICE DISPATCH 116, of September 8, 1952, FROM AMERICAN EMBASSY, MOSCOW TO DEPARTMENT OF STATE, WASHINGTON, SUBJECT: The Soviet Union and the Atlantic Pact

Correspondence between Paul G. Hoffman and Philadelphia Inquirer Editorial Staff on the effectiveness ofthe Marshall Plan, beginning September 30, 1952

Interview with General George C. Marshall on the Marshall Plan. Others present: Harry B. Price and Roy E. Foulke, October 30, 1952

Memo from Greek Ambassador Athanase G. Politis to Secretary of State Dean Acheson, November 4, 1952; Memo from John F. Simmons to Matthew J. Connelly, November 7, 1952;  Reply from President Truman to Greek Ambassador Athanase G. Politis, November 14, 1952;  Memo from William J. Hopkins to John F. Simmons, November 21, 1952

Correspondence between Paul G. Hoffman and Philadelphia Inquirer Editorial Staff on the effectiveness of the Marshall Plan, beginning December 2, 1952

1953

Interview with Mr. Paul Hoffman on the Marshall Plan, January 28, 1953

Korean Armistice Agreement

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AIR INTERDICTION DURING THE KOREAN WAR By Mr. B. C. Mossman, OCMH STUDY, PREPARED BY HISTORIES DIVISION, March 1966. OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF MILITARY HISTORY, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

Address by President Dwight D. Eisenhower "The Chance for Peace" delivered before the American Society of Newspaper Editors, April 16,1953

Mutual Defense Treaty between the Republic of Korea and the United States of America, Signed at Washington: October 1, 1953, Entered into Force: November 17, 1954

Senator Joseph McCarthy

Senator Joseph McCarthy--A Multimedia Presentation

The Early Warning Connection

President Dwight D. Eisenhower before the General Assembly of the United Nations on Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, New York City, December 8, 1953.
 
 
 

THE COLD WAR-1945-1953

Acheson, Dean Present at the Creation: My Years in the State Department. New York: Norton, 1968.

Alperovitz, Gar. Atomic Diplomacy: Hiroshima and Potsdam. New York: Vintage, 1967.

Ambrose, Stephen E.Eisenhower: The President. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1984.

Aronson, James. The Press and the Cold War. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1970.

Bailey, Thomas A. A Diplomatic History of the American People. New York: AppletonCentury-Crofts, 1958.

Barnet, Richard Intervention and Revolution: The United States in the Third World. Cleveland: World, 1968.

Barnet, Richard Roots of War  The Alen and Institutions behind U.S. Foreign Policy. New York: Atheneum, 1972.

Barnet, Richard The Alliance. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1983.

Bemis, Samuel F. A. Diplomatic History of the United States. 4th ed. New York: Holt, 1955.

Buckley, William F., Jr., "Dean Acheson's Record." Freeman, March 10, 1952, pp. 378-380.

Bullock, Alan. Hiller and Stalin: Parallel Lives. New York: Knopf, 1992.

Brune, Lester H. "Guns and Butter: The Pre-Korean War Dispute over Budget Allocation." American
Journal of Economics and Sociology 48:3 (July 1989): 357-372.

Burnham, James- The Struggle for the World. London, 1947.

Burnham, James- The Coming Defeat of Communism. New York: John Day, 1950.

Burnham, James- Containment or Liberation. New York: John Day, 1953.

Burns, Richard Dean, ed. Guide to American Foreign Relations since 1700. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio, 1983.

Byrnes, James F. Speaking Frankly. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1947.

Callahan, David. Dangerous Capabilities: Paul Nitze and the Cold War. New York: Harper/Collins, 1990.

Chamberlain, William Henry. Beyond Containment. Chicago: Regnery, 1983.

Chamberlain, William Henry  America's Second Crusade. Chicago: Regnery, 1962.

Clifford, Clark. Counsel to the President. New York: Random House, 1991.

Combs, Jerold A. Ameyican Diplomatic History. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983.

Cook, Fred. The Nightmare Decade. The Life and Times of Joe McCarthyNew York: Random House, 1971

Cottrell, Robert. I  A Biography of L F. Stone. New Brunsurick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1992

Cumings, Bruce. " 'Revising Postrevisionism,' or the Poverty of Theory in Diplomatic History." Diplomatic History 17:4 (Fall 1993): 339-571

Davis, Lynn E. The Cold War Begins: Soviet-Ammican Conflict over Eastern Europe Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1974.

Doeneckejustus D. TheLiterature of1solationism: A Guide toNon-InterventionistScholarship, 1930-1972. Colorado Springs, CO: R. Myles, 1972

Doeneckejustus D- Not to the Swift: The Old Isolationists in the Cold War Era. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University, 1979.

Donovan, Robert. The Presidenency of  Harry S. Truman. Vol. 1: Conflict and Crisis. Vol. 2: The Tumultuous Years. New York: Norton, 1977, 1982.

Dulles, Foster Rhea. America's Rise to World Power. New York: Harper, 1955,

Dulles, John Foster. War or Peace. New York: Macmillan Company, 1950.

Eisenhower, Dwight D. The White House Years. 2 vols. Garden City, NY. Doubleday, 1963-1965.

Fautua, David T. "The 'Long Pull' Army: NSC 68, the Korean War, and the Creation of the Cold WarU.S. Army." The Journal of Military History 61:1 (January 1997): 93-120.

Feis, Herbert. The Road to Pearl Harbor. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1950.

Feis, Herbert. The China Tangle. The American Effort in China from Pearl Harbor to the Marshall Mission. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1953.

Feis, Herbert Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin: The War They Waged and the Peace They Sought. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1957

Feis, Herbert. Between Peace and War: The Potsdam Conference. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1960.

Feis, Herbert. Japan Subdued.- The Atomic Bomb and the End of the War in the Pacific. Princeton: Princeton University, 1961.

Feis, Herbert. Aid and Foreign Polity. New York: St. Martin's, 1964

Feis, HerbertContest over Japan New York: Norton, 1967.

Feis, Herbert From Trust to Terror, The Onset of the Cold War, 194.5-1950. New York: Norton, 1970.

Ferrell, Robert H., ed. The Eisenhower Diaries. New York: Norton, 1981

Ferrell, Robert H Harry S. Truman: A Life. Columbia: University Of Missouri, 1994

Gaddis, John Lewis. The United States and the Origins of the Cold War, 1941-1947. New York: Columbia University, 1972.

Gaddis, John Lewis. Strategies of Containment: A CriticalAppraisal of Post American NationalSecurity Policy. New York: Oxford Universitv, 1982.

Gaddis, John Lewis"The Emerging Post-Revisionist Synthesis on the Origins of the Cold War" and "Responses." Diplomatic History Vol.7 (Summer 1983): 171-204.

Gaddis, John Lewis The Long Peace. Inquiries into the History of the Cold War. New York: Oxford University Press, 1987.

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