Register of the Albert C. (Albert Coady) Wedemeyer Papers, 1899-1988
|1897, July 9||Born, Omaha, Nebraska|
|1918||Commissioned Second Lieutenant, U. S. Army|
|1919||Graduated from United States Military Academy, West Point, New York|
|1919-1922||Assigned to Infantry School and 29th Infantry, Fort Benning, Georgia|
|1920||Promoted to First Lieutenant|
|1922-1923||Aide-de-Camp to Brigadier General Paul B. Malone at Fort Benning, Georgia, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and Fort Sam Houston, Texas|
|1923-1925||Served with the 31st Infantry and 57th Infantry, Philippine Islands|
|1925-1930||Assigned to 12th Infantry, Fort Washington, Maryland|
|1927-1930||Aide-de-Camp to Commanding General, District of Washington|
|1930-1931||Served with 15th Infantry, Tientsin, China|
|1932-1934||Aide-de-Camp to Major General C. E. Kilbourne, Corregidor, Philippine Islands|
|1934||Attended the Command and General Staff School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas|
|1935||Promoted to Captain|
|1936-1938||Student officer, German War College, Berlin, Germany|
|1938-1940||Assigned to 29th Infantry, Fort Benning, Georgia|
|1940||Promoted to Major|
|1940-1941||Assigned to Training Section, Office of the Chief of Infantry|
|1941-1942||Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel (temporary) Staff member, War Plans Division, War Department General|
|1942-1943||Promoted to Colonel (temporary), Brigadier General (temporary), and Lieutenant Colonel (permanent) Chief, Strategy and Policy Section, Operations Division, War Department|
|1943||Promoted to Major General (temporary)|
|1943-1944||Deputy Chief of Staff to Admiral Mountbatten, Combined Anglo-American South East Asia Command|
|1944-1946||Commanding General, United States Forces, China Theatre|
|Chief of Staff to Chiang Kai-shek|
|1945||Promoted to Lieutenant General (temporary)|
|1946||Promoted to Brigadier General (permanent)|
|1946-1947||Commanding General, Second Army, Baltimore, Maryland|
|1947||Special Envoy to China and Korea|
|1947-1948||Director, Plans and Operations Division, General Staff, United States Army|
|1948-1949||Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans and Combat Operations|
|1949-1951||Commanding General, Sixth Army, San Francisco, California|
|1951||Retired with rank of Lieutenant General|
|1951-1956||Executive Vice President, AVCO Manufacturing Corporation|
|1952||Chairman, National Citizens for Taft|
|1954||Promoted to General on retired list|
|1956-1959||Executive Vice President, Rheem Manufacturing Company|
|1958||Author, Wedemeyer Reports!|
|1987||Author, Wedemeyer on War and Peace (edited by Keith Eiler)|
|1989, Dec. 17||Died, Fort Belvoir, Virginia|
Subjects and Indexing Terms
BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1926-1988.
STRATEGY AND POLICY GROUP, OPERATIONS DIVISION, WAR DEPARTMENT, 1941 JULY-1943 OCTOBER.
UNITED FORCES CHINA THEATER, 1944 OCTOBER-1946 SEPTEMBER.
SUBJECT FILE, 1918-1988.
BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1926-1988
General. Lists, form letters, biographical outline, newsletter, memorandum, notes, quotations, poems, and printed material, 1926-1988
Appointment books, 1975-1976
Awards and honorary degrees
General. Printed material, correspondence, and certificates, 1946-1987
Medal of Freedom. Correspondence, printed material, and miscellany, 1985-1987
Nebraska Society. Speech by Carl Curtis, and correspondence with Curtis, E. Robert Anderson, Harry F. Byrd, Cortez F. Enloe, Roman Hruska, Melvin Laird, Richard Nixon, Richard Russell, Lowell Thomas and others, 1970
Congressional campaign material. Clippings, and correspondence with R. Chesley McCormick, Roland W. McNamee, Ray Maddocks and others, 1960
Birthday letters, 1965-1970
Family and geneological material. Clipping, notes, correspondence, and printed material, 1952-1983
Passports, visas, and other identification papers, 1929-1981
References to Wedemeyer. Printed excerpts, 1943-1945
Service records. Memoranda, orders, and forms, 1936-1982
Trips. Clippings, correspondence, itineraries, printed material, address and guest lists, and miscellany
Wedding anniversary, 60th. Testimonials, program, and miscellany, 1985
Wills. Letter and synopsis, 1988
SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1938-1988
Fragments, Holographs and typescripts n.d.
Miscellany. Speaking schedules, 1946-1976
"A Time for Action," Printed copy n.d.
"The China Theater Today," Typescript n.d.
"Chinese Culture and Communism," Typescript n.d.
"Commanders and Others Contacted," Typescript descriptions of Dwight Eisenhower, George Patton, Truman Smith, and others n.d.
"Communist Fifth Column Penetration in China," Typescript n.d.
"Dependence for Strategic Materials Has Led Us to Global Commitments," Typescript and background report n.d.
"Discipline and Morale," Typescript n.d.
"A Few Personal Observations on Eisenhower," Typescript n.d.
"Honor," Typescript n.d.
"How the Army Plans," Army Information Digest, Typescript n.d.
Interview, Relates to World War II and China. Transcript n.d.
"Losing Our Victory," Typescript n.d.
"Mission to China in " n.d. Typescript 1947,
"My First Months in China," Typescript n.d.
"Our National Defense Problem," Typescript n.d.
"Our Relations with China," Typescript n.d.
"Recognition of Red China," Typescript n.d.
"The Road Toward Permanent Peace," Typescript n.d.
Speech on China, Typescript n.d.
Speech on East Asia, Typescript n.d.
Speech on military planning, Typescript n.d.
Statement on Chiang Kai-shek, Typescript n.d.
"Strategic Importance of the Far East," Lecture, National War College. Typescript n.d.
"Subjects and Points to be Used in Talking to Officers of the Civilian Components or Civilians," Typescript n.d.
Untitled fragment on the Casablanca Conference, Typescript n.d.
Untitled fragment on Harry Hopkins, Typescript n.d.
Untitled fragment on Franklin D. Roosevelt, Typescript n.d.
Untitled fragments on Lucius Clay, Typescripts n.d.
Untitled fragments on communism, Holographs and typescripts n.d.
Untitled fragments on military planning, Typescripts n.d.
Untitled fragments on Vietnam, Typescripts n.d.
Untitled reply to E. J. Kahn, The China Hands, Typescript n.d.
Untitled writing on Truman Smith, Typescript n.d.
Untitled writing on Henry Stimson, Typescript n.d.
Untitled writings on Chiang Kai-shek, Typescripts n.d.
Untitled writings on Winston Churchill, Typescripts n.d.
Untitled writings on foreign policy, Typescripts n.d.
Untitled writings on George Marshall, Typescripts n.d.
Untitled writings, fragments, and notes on China, Typescripts n.d.
Untitled writings, fragments, and notes on World War II, Holographs and typescripts n.d.
"Women's Role in National Security," Typescript n.d.
"World War II Strategy and Its Significance Today," Typescript n.d.
"Captain Wedemeyer's Report on the Kriegsakademie," Typescript, memorandum, and correspondence, 1938-1985 1938 July 11.
"Speech Before the Veterans of Foreign Wars," Typescript 1939 Feb. 23.
"A Historical, Strategic Study," Typescript 1940.
"Baron Wessel Frietag [sic?] von Loringhoven," Typescript 1944 March 4.
Speech, First official statement by Wedemeyer in China. Typescript 1944 Nov. 4.
Speech, Relates to China. Typescript 1945 Jan. 28.
"Memorial Service for President Roosevelt, Chungking, China," Typescript 1945 April.
Radio broadcast, Statement on the end of the war in Europe. Typescript 1945 May 8.
"General Wedemeyer Issues Fourth of July Message," Typescript and printed copy 1945 July 4.
"Franklin D. Roosevelt," Typescript and letter, 1945 1945 July.
Radio broadcast, Statement on the end of the war in Asia. Typescript 1945 Aug. 13.
"A Strong and Independent China," Typescript ca. 1945-1946.
"To the Officers and Enlisted Men of China Theater," Typescript ca. 1945-1946.
"Activities in the China Theater," Typescript ca. 1946.
Statement, Radio station dedication, Nanking, China. Typescript 1946 March-April.
Statement, Farewell speech upon departure from China. Typescript 1946 April 2.
Speech, Conference of Army Chaplains, Baltimore. Typescript 1946 June 17-18.
Speech, Dedication ceremonies, Beatrice, Nebraska. Typescript 1946 Sept. 8.
Speech, World War II veterans celebration, Berryville, Virginia. Typescript 1946 Oct. 19.
Speech, Women's Club, Baltimore. Typescript 1946 Oct. 25.
Speech, Advertising Club, Baltimore. Typescript 1946 Oct. 30.
Speech, Armistice Day, Charleston, West Virigina. Typescript 1946 Nov. 11.
"Current Situation in China," Speech, National War College, Washington, D. C. Typescript and typescript discussion outline 1946 Nov. 18.
Speech, Kiwanis Club. Typescript 1946 Nov. 21.
Radio broadcast, Baltimore, Maryland. Typescript 1946 Dec. 6.
Speech, Kiwanis Club, Philadelphia. Typescript 1946 Dec. 9.
Speech, China Institute in America, New York, New York. Typescript and notes, 1947 1947 Jan. 27.
"Observations on Europe," Typescript report and miscellany, 1947 1947 May.
"Projected American Strategy," Kermit Roosevelt Memorial lectures, Imperial Defense College and Camberly Staff College, Great Britain. Memoranda, printed material, and letters by Alfred M. Gruenther, Charles Keightley, Bella (Mrs. Kermit) Roosevelt and Maxwell Taylor, 1947-1986 1947 May 21-28.
"The Education of the United States Army Officer," Kermit Roosevelt memorial lecture, Sandhurst, Great Britain. Mimeograph 1947 May 29.
Radio broadcast, Army Air Force Day, China. Typescript 1947 Aug.
Press conference, Shanghai, China. Transcript 1947 Aug. 14.
The Wedemeyer Report-China and Korea, (pamphlet). Printed copy 1947 Sept.
"Strategy," Speech, Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Virginia. Typescript and mimeograph 1947 Nov. 10.
"China," Lecture, National War College, Washington, D. C. Typescript 1947 Nov. 24.
Statement, Senate Appropriations Committee, Relates to U.S. aid to China. Typescript and clippings, 1947-1948 1947 Dec. 17.
"Communism vs. Chiang in China," Typescript 1948?
"Army War Time Requirements," Statement, Senate (?) Armed Services Committee. Typescript 1948 Jan. 12.
Speech, Foreign Policy Association, Cincinnati, Ohio. Typescript 1948 Jan. 15.
"U.S. Post War Strategy," Lecture, National War College, Washington, D. C. Discussion transcript. Typescript 1948 Jan. 27.
Speech, Ohio Newspaper Association, Columbus, Ohio. Typescript 1948 Feb. 5.
Speech, Air War College, Maxwell Field, Alabama. Typescript 1948 March 2.
"Army War Time Requirements," Statement, House Foreign Affairs Committee. Relates to U. S. aid to China. Typescript and correspondence, 1948 1948 March 4.
Speech, American Legion, Omaha, Nebraska. Typescript 1948 March 9.
Speech, Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick, Philadelphia. Typescript 1948 March 17.
"World Situation and Tasks of the Army Department," Typescript 1948 March 29.
Speech, Military Order of World Wars, Los Angeles. Mimeograph 1948 April 6.
"Presentation to the American Legion," Typescripts 1948 April 27.
"Global Strategy," Speech, State Department, Washington, D. C. Typescripts 1948 May 6.
Commencement address, Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pennsylvania. Mimeograph 1948 May 31.
Statement, Senate Appropriations Committee, Relates to U.S. military aid to China. Typescript 1948 June 10.
Television interview, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore. Typescript 1948 Aug. 15.
Speech, Department of the Army, Pentagon, Alexandria, Virginia. Typescript 1948 Sept. 21.
Speech, Women's Advisory Council, Pentagon, Alexandria, Virginia. Typescript and agenda 1948 Sept. 22.
Interview, We the People, Television broadcast, Washington, D. C. Typescript 1948 Oct. 12.
"Talk to Section V Committee, National Guard and Reserve," Typescript 1948 Nov. 9.
"Strategy," Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Virginia. Typescript, and typescript copy of a speech by J. L. Collins,"The Role of the Army in Future Warfare," 1948 1948 Nov. 22.
"Strategy for Peace," Typescript 1949 Jan. 31.
"U.S. Postwar Strategy," Lecture, National War College, Washington, D. C. Typescript discussion transcript, letter, and course material, 1949 1949 Feb. 17.
Statement, Joint Committee on Foreign Economic Cooperation, U. S. Congress. Relates to Chinese communists. Typescript 1949 March 14.
Speech, Union League Club, Philadelphia. Typescript 1949 April 6.
"Strategy," Air University, Maxwell Field, Alabama. Typescript and correspondence, 1949 1949 April 14.
"A Strategic Plan for Peace," Investment Bankers Association, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Typescript and printed copy 1949 May 20.
Speech, New officer orientation, Department of the Army, Pentagon, Washington, D. C. Typescript 1949 May 24.
Commencement address, Infantry School, Fort Benning, Georgia. Typescript 1949 June 24.
"China-Burma-India History," Typescript memorandum 1949 July 6.
Statement, House Appropriations Committee. Relates to the attitude of the Army toward the Voice of America program. Typescript 1949 Aug. 7.
Speeches, National Security Industrial Association and Chamber of Commerce, San Francisco. Typescript and correspondence, 1949 1949 Nov. 14-16.
"The Strength to Lead," National Convention of the Grange, Sacramento. Typescript 1949 Nov. 22.
Speech, Presidio Officers' Club, San Francisco. Typescript 1949 Dec. 9.
Statement, Contribution to a film project by Standard of California. Typescript 1949 Dec. 21.
"Our Modern Military Role," Typescript 1950.
"Remarks by General Wedemeyer Before the Japanese Diet," Welcoming speech, San Francisco, California. Typescript 1950 Jan. 16.
Speech, Junior League Club and Presidio Officers' Club, San Francisco. Typescript 1950 Jan. 17 and 19.
"The Formulation of Grand Strategy," National War College, Washington, D. C. Typescripts and outline 1950 Feb. 10.
Speech, American Nurses Association, San Francisco. Mimeograph 1950 May 8.
Speech, Rotary Club, Sacramento. Mimeograph 1950 May 18.
Welcoming statement, Armed Forces Day, Presidio of San Francisco. Mimeograph 1950 May 20.
Commencement address, Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska. Typescript and mimeograph 1950 June 1.
Remarks on the retirements of Frank L. Cole and Walter M. Robertson, Typescripts 1950 June 28 and 30.
"Grand Strategy," Speech, National War College, Washington, D. C. Typescripts, mimeograph, and letter, 1950 1950 Aug. 30.
Statement, Commemoration of the Chinese Double Tenth anniversary. Typescript and correspondence, 1950 1950 Sept. 28.
Brief statements, Community events, San Francisco. Typescripts 1950 October.
"Remarks at Closing Session Field Economic Mobilization Course," Salt Lake City, Utah. Typescripts 1950 Oct. 6.
"Strategy," Speech, Army Advisory Committee, San Francisco, California. Mimeograph 1950 Oct. 18.
Press release requesting blood donors for Korea, Typescript 1950 Nov.
Radio broadcast, Relates to blood donations. Typescript 1950 Nov. 2.
"General Wedemeyer's Radio Address on Civil Defense," Portland, Oregon. Typescript 1950 Nov. 3.
Speech, Chamber of Commerce, San Francisco. Mimeograph 1950 Nov. 16.
Speech, Chamber of Commerce, Oakland, California. Mimeograph 1950 Dec. 15.
Statement, Associated Services Armed Forces broadcast. Memorandum and typescripts 1950 Dec. 18.
Statement, Christmas greetings to the 6th Army. Mimeograph 1950 Dec. 18.
"Ideas for Pamphlet on Strategy," Typescript 1950 Dec. 31.
"This I Believe," Radio broadcast. Typescript 1951.
"Statement by General Wedemeyer for Crusade for Freedom," Typescript and letter to Harold Stassen 1951.
Questionnaire, Look, Relates to propaganda. Typescript and letter, 1951 1951 Jan. 28.
"Address Delivered Before Joint Meeting of Idaho State Legislature," Speech, Boise, Idaho. Mimeograph 1951 Feb. 7.
Letter to the editor, Daily Idahonian, Printed copy (incomplete) 1951 Feb. 15.
Speech, Community Chest, San Francisco. Mimeograph 1951 March 5.
"Remarks Before Oregon State Legislature," Speech, Salem, Oregon. Typescript 1951 March 9.
"Remarks Before Red Cross Program," Speech, San Francisco, California. Typescript 1951 March 18.
Speech, Children's Hospital, San Francisco. Typescript 1951 April 19.
Testimony, U.S. Congress. Relates to the Wedemeyer report on China. Clippings, and typescript drafts of questionnaires and Wedemeyer statement, 1951 1951 May.
"The American Citizen--Defender of Freedom," Speech, Armed Forces Day, Lincoln, Nebraska. Mimeograph and memorandum, 1951 1951 May 15.
Speeches, Memorial Day, San Francisco Bay area. Typescripts 1951 May 30.
Commencement address, University of San Francisco, San Francisco. Typescript and mimeograph 1951 June 3.
Testimony, Joint Armed Services-Foreign Relations Committee. Relates to China and Douglas MacArthur. Mimeograph, clippings, and correspondence, 1951 1951 June 11-12.
Commencement address, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Mimeograph 1951 June 16.
Speech, Little Big Horn commemoration ceremony, Hardin, Montana. Mimeograph 1951 June 25.
Speech, Declaration of Independence commemoration, Portland, Oregon. Mimeograph 1951 July 2.
Speech, Los Angeles Rotary Club, Los Angeles. Mimeograph 1951 July 6.
Speech, Bohemian Club, Bohemian Grove, California. Typescript and mimeographs 1951 July 22.
Speech, Speaking tour, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Clippings, 1951 1951 July 31.
"Factors in the Formulation of a National Strategy," Lecture, National War College. Mimeograph and letter, 1951-1986 1951 Aug. 28.
"Korea Truce Will Not Last," U. S. News and World Report, Printed copy and letter, 1951 1951 Sept. 14.
Testimony, Senate Internal Security Committee. Transcript, typescript excerpt, clippings, and correspondence with Joseph Alsop, Raymond P. Ludden, Pat McCarran, Benjamin Mandel, James Webb, Robert Welch, Jr. and others, 1945-1952 1951 Sept. 19.
"Let's Draw the Line Now," Collier's, Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence, 1951 1951 Nov. 17.
Statement, Relates to Wedemeyer's resignation from the Army. Typescript 1951 Dec. 19.
Statement, Relates to foreign aid. Typescript 1952.
Speech, National Retail Dry Goods Association, New York. Relates to foreign policy. Mimeograph 1952 Jan. 10.
Speech, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Bridgeport, Connecticut. Relates to foreign policy. Mimeograph 1952 Jan. 23.
"Wedemeyer Hits Bipartisan Foreign Policy, Containment," Evening World-Herald, Lincoln Day speech, Omaha, Nebraska. Printed excerpts 1952 Feb. 13.
"The Red Cross in War and Peace," Speech, Red Cross, Toledo, Ohio. Mimeograph 1952 Feb. 19.
"Tomorrow May Be Too Late," Mimeograph 1952 Feb. 17-23.
Speech, Relates to the Red Cross and foreign policy. Mimeograph 1952 Feb. 26.
Speeches, Speaking tour, Utah. Relates to foreign policy. Mimeographs 1952 Feb. 28-29.
Speech, Land O'Lakes Convention, Minneapolis. Relates to communism and foreign policy. Mimeograph 1952 March 13.
Speech, Farm and Home Week Conference, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. Relates to communism and foreign policy. Mimeograph 1952 March 19.
"Concept for Employment of Military Forces in Future War," Partial typescript and letter, 1968 1952 April 18.
Television interview, WBZ-TV, New Bedford, Massachusetts. Mimeograph transcript 1952 April 28.
Press statement, Relates to the 1952 Republican presidential nomination. Mimeograph 1952 July 11.
Speech, Lecture, Air War College, Maxwell Field, Alabama. Mimeograph 1952 Oct. 1.
Speech, West Branch Manufacturers Association, Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Relates to communism and foreign policy. Mimeograph 1952 Oct. 14.
Speech, Citizens for Eisenhower-Nixon Committee dinner, New York. Relates to foreign policy. Mimeograph 1952 Oct. 22.
Fragments and notes, 1952 Dec. 5-8. Prepared for the AVCO Digest. Includes material relating to NATO, Europe, and Trygve Lie. Typescript fragments and memoranda, 1952
Speech, New York State Agricultural Society, Albany. Relates to foreign policy. Mimeograph 1953 Jan. 21.
Speech, Boys' Clubs of America. Relates to communism. Mimeograph 1953 May 14.
Speech, Bendix luncheon, EEI Annual Convention, Atlantic City. Relates to communism. Mimeograph 1953 June 2.
Speech, Festival of Lithuania Art and Music, Washington, D. C. Relates to foreign policy. Mimeograph 1953 June 20.
Statement, Relates to Egypt. Letter and telegram, 1953 1953 July 23.
Press conference, Clipping 1953 Sept. 4.
Speeches, Speaking tour. Relates to foreign policy. Mimeographs 1953 Oct. 14-15.
Speech, Society of the Silurians, Washington, D. C. Relates to communism and foreign policy. Mimeograph 1953 Nov. 9.
Speech, National Editorial Association, Chandler, Arizona. Relates to communism and foreign policy. Mimeograph 1954 Jan. 15.
Speech, Board of Trade, Toronto, Canada. Relates to foreign relations. Typescript 1954 Jan. 25.
Speech, Temple University, Philadelphia. Relates to communism and education. Mimeograph 1954 Feb. 18.
Speech, Republican Executive Committee of Palm Beach County, Palm Beach, Florida. Relates to Adlai Stevenson and politics. Mimeograph 1954 March 29.
"Too Much to Ask," [Baltimore] News-Post-American, Clipping and letter, 1954 1954 May 8.
"The Wedemeyer Plan," [Omaha] Morning World Herald, Report of congressional testimony. Clipping 1954 June 17.
Open letter (with others), New York Times, Relates to foreign policy. Printed copy 1955 Feb. 28.
"Soviet Strategy," Contribution to a House Committee on Un-American Affairs symposium. Typescript and correspondence with Francis E. Walter, 1956 1956 July.
"World War II Strategy and Its Significance Today," Correspondence, 1956 1956 Aug. 29.
"Keep 'Em Out," One Man's Opinion, Relates to the proposed admission of China to the United Nations. Typescript, printed copy, and letter by Robert H. W. Welch, Jr., 1956 1956 Nov.
"Principles of Military Strategy," Speech, NATO Defense College. Typescripts and mimeograph 1957 Feb. 27.
"Observations on Trip in Europe," Mimeograph and notes 1957 Feb.-March.
"Strategy," Lecture, National War College. Typescript and letters, 1957 1957 March 15.
Radio broadcast, Manion Forum, Correspondence with Clarence Manion, clippings, flyer, and resolutions, 1957-1959 1957 May 25.
Statement, 1957 June. Prepared for the Omaha World Herald. Typescript and letter, 1957
Letter to the editor, Tablet, (date written). Typescript and clipping, 1957 1957 June 28
Speech, Dedication of Lindbergh Plaque, Long Island, New York. Typescript, correspondence, and miscellany, 1957 1957 July 24.
Statement, [Omaha] Evening World Herald, Advertisement. Printed copy 1957 Sept. 24.
Speech, Omaha Rotary Club? Typescript 1958?
Wedemeyer Reports! 1958
General. Relates to a libel suit by Philip Fugh. Correspondence and statements by Allen Dulles, J. Edgar Hoover and others, 1959-1960
Background notes, ca. 1941-1951
Publishing companies (primarily Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.), 1951-1973
Utley, Freda, 1957-1958
Excerpts, 1959 May
"The Communist Program for World Conquest," Consultation, United States House of Representatives, Committee on Un-American Activities. Printed copy, reports, clippings and press reports, guide, and correspondence with Richard Arens, William F. Heimlich and others, 1957-1958 1958 Jan. 21.
Speech, Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida. Typescript, clipping, correspondence, and miscellany, 1958 1958 Feb. 24.
"This is Your Life," Television appearance relating to Father Hubbard. Correspondence and script, 1958 1958 April 30.
Statement, ca. 1958 Sept. Relates to Wedemeyer Reports! Typescript and letter, 1958
"The Real Issue in the Formosa Straits Action," The Blessings of Liberty, Printed copy 1958 Oct.
Letter to the editor, New York Times, (date written). Reply to letter to the editor by Henry Waldman. Relates to Taiwan. Typescript, letters, and printed copy of Waldman's letter, 1958 1958 Oct. 2
Speeches, Speaking tour. Correspondence, clippings, and miscellany, 1958 1958 Nov.
"Appeasement in China: Where it Leads," Human Events, Printed copy 1958 Nov. 17.
Radio interview, Mimeograph transcript 1958 Nov. 30.
Speech, Racquet Club, New York. Typescript outline 1958 Dec. 11.
"International Developments," Correspondence and clippings, 1958-1959 1959 Jan. 6-10.
"The Red Cross in War and Peace," Letters and typescripts, 1958-1959 1959 Jan. 27.
Speech, Rotary Club, Buffalo, New York. Correspondence and schedule, 1958-1959 1959 Feb. 5.
Speech, German Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Correspondence, miscellany, and clipping, 1959 1959 Feb. 8.
Speech, Book and author luncheon, Cleveland, Ohio. Correspondence and schedule, 1958-1959 1959 Feb. 19.
Speech, Society of Cincinnati, New York. Typescript, correspondence, and schedule, 1958-1959 1959 Feb. 23.
Speech, Hamilton Street Club, Baltimore, Maryland. Correspondence, 1958-1959 1959 Feb. 26.
"American Politics Revaluated in the Missile Age," Correspondence, program, miscellany, and clippings, 1958-1959 1959 March 8.
Speeches, Speaking tour. Correspondence, clipping, and partial radio broadcast transcript, 1958-1959 1959 March 10-14.
Speeches, Speaking tour, New York state. Correspondence, clipping, and miscellany, 1959 1959 April 6-20.
"The Challenge in International Relations," Speech, Freedom Forum, Searcy, Arkansas. Mimeograph, correspondence, and printed material, 1958-1959 1959 April 21.
Speeches, Speaking tour. Correspondence and clippings, 1959 1959 May.
Radio broadcast, Manion Forum, Typescript 1959 May 6.
Speech, Central Christian College, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Correspondence and clipping, 1959 1959 June 4.
Speech, American Legion, Mitchell, South Dakota. Correspondence, clipping, and miscellany, 1959 1959 June 24.
Review of military history articles, 1959 Aug. Prepared for Collier's Encyclopedia by Patrick W. Powers under Wedemeyer's supervision. Typescript, and correspondence with Powers and others, 1959
Speeches, Speaking tour, California. Holograph, typescript, clipping, correspondence, and miscellany, 1959 1959 Sept.
Speech, Book and author luncheon, San Francisco. Typescript and correspndence, 1959 1959 Sept. 23.
Speech, American Legion, New York. Typescript 1959 Sept. 25.
Speech, McKay-Shields executive conference, Absecon, New Jersey. Correspondence, 1959 1959 Oct. 2.
"Unholy Bond Links China, Soviet Reds," San Diego Union, Printed copy and clipping, 1959 1959 Oct. 2.
Speech, State Nurses Association, New York. Correspondence and miscellany, 1959 1959 Oct. 7.
Speech, Mercersburg Academy, Mercersburg, Pennsylvania. Printed copy, correspondence, clippings, and miscellany, 1959 1959 Oct. 17.
Speech Columbia Club, Indianapolis, Indiana. Relates to foreign policy. Typescript, serial issues, clippings, miscellany, and correspondence, 1959 1959 Oct. 22.
"International Developments in an Atomic Age," Program and correspondence, 1959-1960 1959 Oct. 27.
Speech, Veterans Day, Arlington Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia. Typescript, miscellany, and correspondence, 1959 1959 Nov. 11.
"International Tensions in an Atomic Age," Speech, All-American Conference to Combat Communism, Columbus, Ohio. Typescript, mimeograph, clipping, correspondence, and miscellany, 1959 1959 Nov. 13.
Speech, Karl Mundt recognition dinner, Aberdeen, South Dakota. Typescript, clipping, miscellany, and correspondence with Karl Mundt and others, 1959 1959 Dec. 8.
Miscellaneous drafts and notes, 1960-1969
General. Primarily relates to foreign relations
"International Developments in an Atomic Age," Speech, Colonial Dames of America, Philadelphia. Typescript and correspondence, 1959-1960 1960 Jan. 20.
"Statement for the Press," Announcement of withdrawal from congressional campaign. Typescript 1960 March.
Speech, Daughters of the American Revolution annual defense luncheon, Washington, D. C. Relates to foreign affairs. Typescript 1960 March 10.
Speech, University of Wichita, Wichita, Kansas. Relates to foreign policy. Typescript, clippings, and correspondence, 1959-1960 1960 March 15.
"Human Values in the Space Age," Speech, The Citadel, Charleston, South Carolina. Typescript, clippings, and correspondence, 1960 1960 April 2.
"Strategy for Freedom," Typescripts, clippings, correspondence, and miscellany, 1960 1960 April 15-18.
"Tell Khrushchev We Are Ready for War, if Necessary," Manion Forum, Radio broadcast. Typescripts, printed transcript, clippings, printed material, and correspondence with Clarence Manion, Walter Robertson, and others, 1960 1960 May 1.
Speech, Book and author luncheon, Frederick, Maryland. Correspondence, 1960 1960 May 3.
Radio broadcast, Typescript 1960 May 20.
"Wedemeyer Accuses Monty of Following Red China Line," New York World-Telegram and Sun, Letter to the editor relating to comments by Field Marshal Montgomery. Typescript, printed copies, and correspondence with Strom Thurmond, Robert Welch and others, 1960 1960 June 22.
"Patriotism, 1960," Television broadcast, WNAC-TV, Boston. Interview questions, correspondence, and miscellany, 1960 1960 Aug. 2.
Speech, Republican fund-raising dinner, Tekamah, Nebraska. Typescript, clippings, miscellany, and correspondence with Carl Curtis and others, 1960 1960 Sept. 8.
"Foundation Stones of Character," Speech, Presbyterian Church, Darnestown, Maryland. Typescript 1960 Oct. 16.
Speech, Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Virginia. Typescript fragments, correspondence, and miscellany, 1960-1961 1960 Oct. 22.
"Character: The Bulwark Against Communism," Speech, Episcopal Church of Our Saviour, Washington, D. C. Typescript, correspondence, and miscellany, 1960 1960 Dec. 4.
Speech, Kiwanis Club, Denver, Colorado. Relates to foreign policy. Typescript, correspondence, clipping, and miscellany, 1961 1961 Feb. 15.
"The Soviet Challenge to American Education," Speech, American Economic Foundation, Houston. Typescript, program, clippings and correspondence, 1961 1961 March 8.
"Khrushchev's Challenge to American Education," Speech, American Economic Foundation, Philadelphia. Typescript, program, clippings, and correspondence, 1960-1961 1961 March 27.
"International Powder Kegs," Speaking tour. Typescript, clippings, miscellany, and correspondence, 1961 1961 April 17-19.
"Strategy for Peace," Speech, American Petroleum Institute, Los Angeles, California. Typescript, correspondence, and miscellany, 1961 1961 May 11.
Speech, Chevy Chase Women's Republican Club, Chevy Chase, Maryland. Clipping and correspondence, 1961 1961 May 30.
Speech, American Bureau for Medical Aid to China, Los Angeles, California. Relates to U. S. foreign relations with Taiwan and the People's Republic of China. Typescript 1961 June 3.
Speech, American Security Council, Salt Lake City, Utah. Typescript, flyer, and correspondence, 1961 1961 June 5.
"The Physical Defense of Freedom," Speech, Conference on the Necessary Conditions of a Free Society. Typescript, mimeograph, program, mimeograph copies of T. Robert Ingram,"Christianity and Freedom," Felix Morley,"Political Conditions for a Free Society," and Eliseo Vivas,"Freedom: The Philosophical Problem," typescript introduction by Morley to the published essay collection, and correspondence with Arthur Kemp, Hal Luhnow, Morley, and others, 1961-1974 1961 June 12-17.
"International Developments in an Atomic Age," Speech, Volksfest Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Typescript, clippings, correspondence, and miscellany, 1961 1961 June 18.
"Survival Is Not Enough," Elks Magazine, Typescript, printed copies, miscellany, and correspondence with Bruno Shaw, Robert E. Wood and others, 1961 1961 July.
Letter to the editor, Houston Chronicle, (date written). Relates to the Connally Amendment and the World Court. Typescript, clipping, and correspondence, 1971 1961 Aug. 8
Speech, Americanism seminar, San Antonio, Texas. Typescript, clippings, miscellany, and correspondence with H. L. Hunt, Samuel T. Williams and others, 1961 1961 Sept. 23.
"International Powder Kegs," Speech, Austin Anti-Communist League, Austin, Texas. Typescripts, correspondence, clippings, and miscellany, 1961 1961 Oct. 23.
Speech, Life Line Freedom Seminar, Amarillo, Texas. Typescript fragment, correspondence, clippings, and miscellany, 1961 1961 Nov. 7.
Speech, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D. C. Relates to U.S. foreign policy in Europe. Typescript outline, clippings, and background material, 1961 1961 Dec. 14.
"International Developments in an Atomic Age," Speech, YMCA, Omaha, Nebraska. Typescript, clippings, miscellany, and correspondence with Howard Buffett and others, 1961-1962 1962 Jan. 17.
"International Developments in an Atomic Age," Speech, Boys' Club, Dothan, Alabama. Typescripts, clippings, miscellany, and correspondence, 1961-1962 1962 Feb. 26.
Statement, Prepared for the La Salle County [Illinois] Historical Society. Relates to W. H. L. Wallace. Typescript 1962 April 6.
"Cuba: A Conservative Critique," 1963 May 7. Town Hall radio broadcast. Notes, list of questions, miscellany, and correspondence, 1963
"Military Leaders Denounce Article Alleging Blunders," San Diego Union, Reply to an article by Jack Anderson. Typescript, printed copy, letter, and clipping, 1963 1963 June 23.
Speeches, Otherwise unidentified speeches in support of Barry Goldwater. Typescript and clippings 1964.
Speech, Fu Jen Catholic University, New York, New York. Typescripts, clippings, mimeograph (German translation), miscellany, background material relating to the university, and correspondence with M. J. Broucek, Karel F. Stekr and another, 1964-1965 1964 Feb. 1.
Discussion, Cresap Association, Frederick, Maryland. Typescript outline, printed material, and correspondence, 1963-1964 1964 Feb. 10.
Speeches, Speaking tour, California. Typescript, clippings, miscellany, and correspondence, 1964 1964 April 20-26.
Speeches, West Coast speaking tour. Relates to Barry Goldwater's presidential candidacy. Typescripts, clippings, miscellany, and correspondence, 1964 1964 May 12-14.
Speech, Rotary Club, Rockville, Maryland. Relates to China and World War II. Typescript outline 1964 May 28.
Television broadcast, Goldwater rally, Buena Park, California. Typescripts, television script, clippings, notes, miscellany, and correspondence with Robert W. Berry, John Ford, Robert McClure, John Wayne and others, 1964 1964 May 30.
Speech, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Gaithersburg, Maryland. Typescript outline and certificate, 1964 1964 June 27.
"Barry Goldwater: Mr. American, 1964," Typescripts, mimeograph, clippings, miscellany, and correspondence with Robert Anderson and others, 1964 1964 July 7.
Speech, Address to the Republican National Convention. Typescript 1964 July 11.
Introduction for Barry Goldwater, Bohemian Grove, California. Typescripts, correspondence, and clippings, 1964 1964 August 1.
Speech, Colorado Republican Leaders, Denver. Relates to Barry Goldwater. Typescript 1964 Aug. 6.
"A General's Hope," San Diego Union, Printed copy 1964 Aug. 13.
Interview, [London] Sunday Times, S Typescript excerpts, and correspondence with Godfrey Smith, 1964 1964 Sept.
Speech, Republican fund-raising dinner, Fremont, Nebraska. Typescript, clippings, miscellany, and correspondence with Roman Hruska and others, 1964 1964 Sept. 4.
Speech, Republican rally, Yakima, Washington. Typescripts, miscellany, clippings, and correspondence, 1964 1964 Sept. 20.
Speeches, Speaking tour. Letter, clipping, and miscellany, 1964 1964 Sept.
Speech, Republican dinner, Greenwich, Connecticut. Typescript and letters, 1964 1964 Oct. 1.
Comments on J. Evetts Haley, A Texan Looks at Lyndon, and John Stormer, None Dare Call it Treason, Typescripts and letter 1964 Oct. 6.
Speech, Republican rally, Jacksonville, Florida. Typescripts, clippings, miscellany, and correspondence, 1964 1964 Oct. 6.
Speech, Republican rally, Winchester, Virginia. Typescript, miscellany, and letters, 1964 1964 Oct. 10.
"President Chiang Kai-shek As I Know Him," Typescript and correspondence with Tsao Sheng-fen, 1964 1964 Oct. 15.
Speeches, Speaking tour, Goldwater campaign. Typescripts, correspondence, miscellany, and clippings, 1964 1964 Oct. 19-30.
Speech, Rotary Club, Bethesda, Maryland. Typescript outline and correspondence, 1964 1964 Nov. 17.
Speech, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia. Relates to U.S. policy in China. Typescript, correspondence, and clipping, 1964 1964 Dec. 5.
Interview, Copley News Service. Relates to China. Typescript and correspondence with Ray McHugh, 1965 1965.
"An Aide-Memoire of an Interview with General Wedemeyer," Relates to post-World War II Sino-American relations. Typescript and correspondence with Tong-Chin Rhee, 1964-1965 1965 Jan. 14.
Foreword to A. D. Sutherland,"The Trial of Alger Hiss," Typescript and correspondence with Sutherland, 1965-1977 1965 Jan.
Obituary for H. Lynn Ostler, Typescript, letter, and clipping, 1965-1966 1965 March 15.
"Character," Speech, St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Poolesville, Maryland. Typescript, miscellany, and letter, 1965 1965 March 28.
"Communication with Young People," Typescript, correspondence, and miscellany, 1965 1965 Oct. 6.
"America on the Ramparts of Freedom," Typescripts, clippings, miscellany, and correspondence, 1966 1966 March 10.
Statement, Relates to the inauguration of Chiang Kai-shek. Typescript 1966 June 17.
Oral history transcript, Herbert Hoover Oral History Program. Typescripts, correspondence, and flyer, 1966-1970 1966 Nov. 23.
Statement, Relates to Vietnam. Typescript 1966 Dec. 6.
Speech, Presentation to the German War College relating to China. Typescripts and correspondence, 1966-1967 1967 June 8.
Biographical statement, Typescript and correspondence with J. G. Bell, 1967-1969 1967 Aug.
"Strategy for Peace," Speech to the Army Command and General Staff College, Republic of China. Typescript 1967 Nov. 9.
Reply to Marquis Childs, Relates to Abe Fortas and Earl Warren. Typescript and letter to Robert P. Griffin 1968 July.
Church service, St. David's Episcopal Church, Washington, D. C. Typescript, program, newsletter, and correspondence, 1968 1968 Nov. 10.
Speech, Haverford School, Haverford, Pennsylvania. Typescript 1968 Nov. 19.
Interview, Pacific Stars and Stripes, Printed copy 1969 March 8.
"Grand Strategy," Projected book; never completed. Relates to U.S. foreign policy and strategy. Typescripts, memorandum, correspondence, and notes, 1964-1971 ca. 1969-1970.
Untitled fragments, Relates to Southeast Asia. Typescripts ca. 1970s.
Interview, Relates to World War II military strategy. Correspondence and transcript, 1969-1970 1970 Jan. 5.
Comment on Turner Joy,"How Communists Negotiate," Typescript and letters, 1970 1970 Feb.
"World War II Experience," Anecdotal contribution to a book by Walter S. Andariese. Typescript and correspondence with Andariese, 1970-1973 1970 July 3.
Speech, Birthday celebration for Paul Streit. Typescript 1971 March 18.
Interview, Omaha World-Herald, Typescript 1971 July 22.
Interview, Relates to U.S. policy toward China. Typescript and letter, 1972 1972 Feb.
Memorandum, Relates to George McGovern's position towards homosexuals in the military. Typescript and clipping, 1972 1972 June 28.
Oral history interview, Department of the Army oral history series. Typescript transcript and letter, 1973 1972-1973.
Statement, Greeting upon arrival in Taiwan. Typescript 1973 July 13.
"Wedemeyer Pledges Support for ROC," Interview. Printed copy and press release, 1973 1973 July 22.
Speech, Address to the College of Chinese Culture, Taipei. Clipping 1973 July 25.
Foreword to Virgil Ney,"Fort Atkinson," Typescript and correspondence 1973 Nov.
Foreword to John C. Behrens,"Famous News Leaks," Typescripts and correspondence with Behrens, 1974 1974.
"Pot-pourri," Typescript 1974 March.
Foreword to Donald Brownlow, Panzer Baron: The Military Exploits of General Hasso von Manteuffel, 1975. Typescript, typescript excerpt, leaflet, and correspondence with Brownlow, Larry Sneed, and von Manteuffel, 1974-1975
Brief statements on the death of Chiang Kai-shek, Holographs 1975 April.
"Chiang Kai-shek: Defender of Freedom," Eulogy. Typescripts, clippings, printed copy, correspondence with Larry McDonald and another, list, program, and printed material, 1975-1976 1975 April 16.
Letter to the editor, Washington Post, Typescripts 1975 April 22.
"MacArthur," Review of two speeches by Douglas MacArthur. Typescripts and correspondence, 1975 1975 July.
Memorandum prepared for George Wallace, Typescript and letter, 1975 1975 Aug.
"Bicentennial," Typescripts, program, speech by another, and letters, 1975 1975 Dec. 7.
Obituary for Paul Streit, Typescript and letter, 1976 1976 Feb. 13.
Obituary for Claude B. Ferenbaugh, Typescript and correspondence, 1976 1976 April.
Speech, Birthday celebration for Alton Ochsner. Typescript, letters, clippings, and miscellany, 1976 1976 May 7.
Speech, Commencement address, Fu Jen Catholic University. Typescript, printed copy, correspondence, and clipping, 1976 1976 June 23.
"A Tribute to the Father of Our Country and the 56 Signers of the Declaration of Independence," Typescripts and program, 1976 1976 July 4.
Speech, Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles. Typescript, clippings, schedule, and correspondence with Robert Berry and Marjorie Rainey, 1962-1976 1976 Oct. 11.
Speech, American Association for Chinese Studies Conference. Typescripts, program, clippings, and correspondence with Paul T. K. Sih, Richard H. Yang and others, 1976 1976 Nov. 5.
Letter to the editor, American Legion Magazine, Printed copy, clipping, and letter, 1977 1977 June.
Foreword for Robert Berry,"Memoirs," Typescript and letter, 1978 1978 Jan.
Statement on the third anniversary of the death of Chiang Kai-shek, Typescript 1978 April.
"Statement on the Occasion of the Inauguration of President Chiang Ching-kuo of the Republic of China," China Times, Typescript and letters, 1978 1978 May 20.
"SALT II Notes," Typescript 1978 Dec. 4.
Open letter to President Carter, New York Times, (with others). Printed copy, clipping, and correspondence, 1978-1979 1979 Jan. 21
"Peace Can Be Preserved Only through Strength," Printed copy 1979 May.
Testimony, House Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs, Relates to a John Wayne commemorative medal. Typescript, printed copy, and statements by others, 1979-1980 1979 May 21.
Statement on the death of Louis Mountbatten, Mimeograph 1979 Aug. 28.
Comment on Anna Chennault, The Education of Anna, Typescript and letter 1979 Sept.-Oct.
Preface to Chung Shing, President Chiang Kai-shek and China, Typescript and correspondence with Chung, 1980 1980.
Obituary for Edward M. Starr, Typescript, correspondence, clipping, and holographic memoir by Starr, 1964-1980 ca. 1980 March.
"Remarks Delivered in Taiwan on the Fifth Anniversary of the Death of Chiang Kai-shek," Typescript 1980 April.
Statement, Farewell address upon departing Taiwan. Typescript 1980 April.
"Resume of Strategic Talks between General Wedemeyer and Minister Yu Ta-wei," Typescript 1980 April 8.
"Remarks Delivered at the Funeral of Lt. Gen. Claire E. Hutchin," Typescript, program, obituaries, and correspondence with Mei-ling Soong Chiang and others, 1980-1982 1980 June 27.
Interview, Relates to Sir John Dill and Anglo-American relations during World War II. Transcripts and correspondence with Sally J. Parker and Alex Danchev, 1980-1984 1980 July 16.
"Carter's Weak Defense," New York Times, Typescript, printed copies, and correspondence, 1980 1980 Oct. 14.
"Roland William McNamee," Obituary. Typescript 1980 Oct.-Nov.
Obituary for John Paul Ratay, Typescript and letters, 1980 1980 Dec.
Interview, Relates to the Marshall Mission to China. Transcript and correspondence with Kam Tai Lee, 1980-1981 1980 Dec. 29.
Speech, ca. 1981. Relates to American Air Commandos in Burma during World War II. Typescript, printed article by Claire Chennault, and a letter by John R. Alison, 1962-1982
"The Way It Was and How It Is: An Old Soldier Speaks His Mind," Washington Star, Interview. Printed copy and correspondence, 1981 1981 March 11.
Foreword to memoir by J. L. Huang, Typescript and letters to Huang, 1981 1981 June.
"Tribute to Robert Bruce McBride," Typescripts ca. 1981 Sept.
"Tribute to the Flying Tigers," Contribution to a book. Typescript, correspondence, and miscellany, 1981-1982 1981 Sept. 4.
"Address of Welcome," Meeting of the Burma Star Association USA, Washington, D. C. Typescripts 1981 Oct.
Obituary for Joseph C. Odell, Typescript and correspondence, 1981-1982 ca. 1981 Nov.
Circular letter, Relates to immigration reform. Typescript 1981 Nov. 20.
Circular letter, Young Americans for Freedom mailing. Draft and printed copies, and letters, 1982 ca. 1982 May.
Interview, Relates to the China-Burma-India Theater in World War II. Holograph and typescript notes, and correspondence with Warren J. Clear and John Thompson, 1968-1987 1982 May.
Speech, Prepared for the First American Air Commando Association. Typescript and letter, 1982 ca. 1982 Sept.
"Memorandum on a National Strategy Council," 1983. Printed copy, clippings, miscellany, and correspondence with Joseph D. Douglass, Jr., Arthur Metcalf, Richard Nixon, Bruce Powers, William E. Simon and others, 1983-1986
"Statement for Nebraska Conservatives for Freedom," Typescripts, flyer, and letters, 1983 1983 Aug.
Interview, Relates to George C. Marshall. Transcript and correspondence with Ed Cray, 1983 1983 Aug. 1.
Interview, Typescript and letter, 1983 1983 Nov.
Letter to the editor, Relates to the German War College. Printed copy ca. 1984.
Foreword to Percy Greaves,"The Real Disaster of Pearl Harbor," Typescript, typescript introduction by Bettina Greaves, typescript copy of Greaves' manuscript, and correspondence with Bettina Greaves, 1984 1984.
"Statement for the Shanghai Tiffin Club of New York," Typescript, miscellany, and letter, 1984 1984 April 25.
Interview, Relates to World War II. Typescript 1984 May 4.
"General Says D-Day Was a Year Too Late," Interview. Printed copy 1984 June 4.
Interview, Notes, clipping, and correspondence with Michael Myers, 1984-1987 1984 Sept. 28.
Comment on Walter Krueger, 1985 March. Contribution to entry in the Dictionary of American Biography. Typescript and correspondence, 1985
Interview, Relates to World War II. Draft typescript and letter, 1985 ca. 1985 April.
"45/85: The United States Since World War II," Contribution to ABC television broadcast. Typescript responses to preliminary questions, correspondence with Roone Arledge and others, and a documentary transcript entitled "Sidney Rittenberg: An American Perspective of China Since 1945," 1985 Sept. 1985-1986
"Chicom Played No Part in Defeat of Japan," China Post, Letter to the editor. Printed copy and clippings, 1985 1985 Sept. 26.
Letter to the editor, Commentary, Reply to an article by John Colville,"How the West Lost the Peace in 1945." Typescripts, printed copy of Colville's article, printed response to Wedemeyer's reply by Charles W. Lowry, and correspondence with Paul P. Abrahams, Norman Podhoretz and R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., 1985-1986 1986 Jan.
"Across the Great Divide, What Kind of Victory?" Interview for BBC-TV. Correspondence, questions, and transcript, 1985-1986 1986 July 7.
Obituary for Harlan Hartness, Biographical sketch and correspondence, 1986 ca. 1986 Aug.
"National Strategy," The Pilot [Southern Pines, North Carolina], Printed copy 1986 Aug. 25.
"General Albert Wedemeyer: Passing the Baton to Younger 'Runners, '" Interview. Typescript and letter, 1987 1987.
"Gen. Wedemeyer Says Casey Exploited North," Interview. Printed copy 1987.
Wedemeyer on War and Peace, (Keith Eiler, ed.). Printed reviews, 1988 1987
Interview, Typescript 1987 April 24.
Open letter to Jake Garn, (with others). Typescripts, memoranda, and background material, 1987 1987 May 23
Commencement address, Creighton Preparatory School, Omaha, Nebraska. Typescript 1987 June.
Foreword to Stanislaw Zochowski, British Policy in Relation to Poland in the Second World War, 1988. Typescript and correspondence with Zochowski, 1983-1987
Farm business, 1956-1988
Abbate, Ray, 1978-1982
Abrams, Creighton W., 1974
Accuracy in Media, 1980-1984
Agnew, Spiro T., 1969-1974
Alexander, George, 1972-1984
Alison, John R., 1974-1984
Allen, Leven C. and Helen, 1963-1985
Allen, William M., 1956-1967
Almond, Edward, 1965
Alsop, Joseph, 1964-1975
Alvarez, Luis M., 1968-1969
American Mercury (Russell Maguire), 1959
American Spectator (R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.), 1974-1983
Ancell, Robert M., Jr., 1960-1974
Anderson, E. Robert, 1959-1976
Anderson, George W., Jr., 1963-1975
Anderson, Thomas M., 1966-1973
Andrews, T. Coleman, 1964-1967
Arens, Richard, 1958-1963
Armstrong, George E., 1958-1973
Armstrong, O. K., 1970-1979
Armstrong, Richard A., 1973-1985
Arnade, Kurt Conrad, 1959
Atherton, Warren H., 1972-1977
Auchinleck, Claude, 1969
Auer, James E., 1971-1984
Aurand, Henry S., 1952-1979
AVCO Manufacturing Corporation, 1956-1967
Ayres, Paulo, 1965-1979
Baker, Howard H., Jr., 1970
Ball, Lucille, 1974
Banister, Percy, 1970-1979
Barclay, Sally, 1979-1985
Barden, Albert R. Stuart, 1917-1982
Barnes, Elmer E., 1971-1985
Barrett, David D., 1958-1959
Barrett, O'Neill, 1971-1985
Bartholomew, Frank H., 1958
Barton, Bruce, 1958
Barton, Rexford and Marybelle, 1967-1979
Baruch, Bernard, 1952
Barzun, Jacques, 1975
Batchelor, C. D. and Allegra, 1962-1988
Baumer, William H., 1978-1980
Baxter, George J., 1972-1988
Beach, Stewart, 1964
Beall, J. Glenn, Jr., 1973
Bean, Emmett J., 1975-1987
Beaty, Josephine P., 1969-1981
Becher, Walter, 1957-1965
Belt, Guillermo, 1961-1964
Bendetsen, Karl, 1964-1987
Bennet, Alexander S., 1979-1984
Benson, Ezra Taft, 1952-1980
Berendsen, Fritz and Carmen, 1959-1987
Berlin, Richard E., 1958
Bernstein, Robert, 1975-1978
Berry, Robert W., 1956-1980
Bird, Betty, 1963-1964
Bishop, Max, 1984-1985
Bixby, Lawrence B., 1972
Black, Harriet, 1985-1988
Blackmore, John H., 1955
Blaik, Earl, 1958-1966
Blanchard, H. B., 1988
Blaum, Rudolph P., 1977-1983
Blomberg, Antoine Baron von, 1982-1983
Boatwright, Linton S., 1971
Boekel, William A., 1951-1959
Boie, Werner, 1969
Boker, Alexander, 1968-1981
Bolti, Charles L., 1973-1984
Booth, Merritt E., 1978-1984
Borg, Stuart, 1981-1987
Borman, Frank, 1976-1977
Boulware, Lemuel R., 1969-1984
Bowers, Verne L., 1971-1973
Boy Scouts of America, 1965
Boy's Clubs of America, 1957-1962
Bozell, L. Brent, 1964-1969
Brada, George, 1964-1969
Braden, Spruille, 1958-1977
Brady, Lucy Jewett, 1967-1973
Braun, Henry and Virginia, 1964-1982
Brett, Homer, Jr., 1967-1985
Breul, Sally, 1975-1981
Bridwell, James, 1983-1986
Briscoe, Traver, 1958-1968
Brock, J. Dan, 1963-1983
Brophy, Margaret, 1976-1979
Brown, Katherine Kennedy, 1968
Brown, R. Edwin, 1957
Brownlow, Donald G. and Marian, 1961-1985
Bruno, Nicholas J., 1977-1988
Brush, Alice, 1974-1976
Buchanan, John D., 1967-1972
Buckingham, Richard G., 1968-1984
Buckley, James L., 1970
Buckley, William F., 1958
Buell, Thomas B., 1977
Buencamino, Victor, 1966-1978
Buffett, Doris, 1962-1986
Buffett, Howard and Leila, 1959-1987
Burch, Dean, 1970
Burdick, Charles, 1978-1979
Burke, Arleigh, 1973-1977
Burke, Richard J., 1981
Burleigh, Anne and William, 1977-1978
Bush, Eric, 1969
Bush, George, 1982
Bush, Vannevar, 1972
Butler, Frederic B., 1971-1972
Butler, John Marshall, 1961-1965
Butler, Karl D., 1983
Byers, Clovis, 1958-1964
Byrd, Harry F., Jr., 1951-1979
Byrd, Richard E., 1927
Byrd, Robert C., 1961
Byrne, Frank and Helen, 1969-1988
Byrnes, James F., 1958
Cabaniss, Jelks H., Jr., 1977-1988
Calder, Bland, 1962-1971
Campbell, Tom C., 1965-1966
Campus Conservative Pack, 1971-1973
Canan, Howard V., 1972-1976
Canham, Charles D. W., II, 1970-1972
Cannon, Curtis W. and Lucille, 1961-1984
Caraway, Paul W., 1957-1986
Carlson, Arthur, 1970-1981
Carpenter, Donald F., 1963-1980
Carr, William G., 1976-1985
Carruthers, Robert D., 1970-1981
Carter, Hodding, III, 1980
Carter, Jimmy, 1977-1980
Carter, Robert F., 1958-1959
Case, Francis, 1959
Casey, William J., 1982
Caughey, J. Hart, 1954-1988
Cavenaugh, Robert L., 1963-1974
Chadwick, George A., Jr., 1965-1985
Chait, Phyllis M., 1962
Chang, Chi-yun, 1967-1988
Chang, Chun, 1965-1988
Chen, Cheng and Chen Tan-hsiang, 1951-1989
Chen, Chih-mai and Lilyan, 1957-1980
Chen, Victor G., 1978
Cheng, Kai-min, 1952-1956
Cheng, Rose, 1980-1984
Chennault, Claire and Anna, 1958-1980
Chiang, Kai-shek and Chiang Soong Mei-ling, 1951-1988
Chiang, Yun-tien, 1951-1972
Chiang, Wego Wei-kuo, 1965-1985
Chickering, Sherman, 1964-1965
Chien, Ta-chun, 1960-1980
Child, Julia, 1983
Chiles, H. E., 1976-1982
China Airlines, 1973
Chinese Culture University, 1979-1981
Chinese Information Service (I-Cheng Loh), 1964-1973
Chow, George and Bessie, 1964-1987
Chow, Shu-kai and Lily, 1965-1988
Christenberry, Chris, 1976
Christensen, W. E., 1962-1963
Christopher, George, 1959
Church, John I., 1977-1988
Citizens Councils of America, 1963-1974
Clagett, Page Bowie, 1986-1987
Clark, Deena, 1969
Clarke, Bruce C., 1970-1980
Clay, Lucius, 1966-1978
Clement, M. W., 1951-1959
Clostermann, Adelbert G., 1962-1985
Coblentz, Edmond D., 1952-1958
Colby, Elbridge, 1967-1973
Colby, William E., 1973-1987
Coleman, Hughe, 1964-1972
Collier, John H., 1976-1978
Collins, James L., 1971-1982
Collins, Michael, 1975
Committee for a New Continental Congress, 1975
Committee on Pan American Policy (Harold Lord Varney), 1965-1977
Conklin, Edward M., Jr., 1963-1968
Connally, John B., 1973
Conservative Party of New York State, 1968-1969
Cook, Christa H., 1962-1988
Cooke, Charles M., 1959-1962
Coordination Council for North American Affairs, 1979-1988
Copley, James S. and Helen, 1959-1984
Corcoran, Thomas G., 1979
Corkern, Robert, 1981-1988
Cornell, Robert, 1969-1971
Coughenour, Richard W., 1970-1975
Council Against Communist Aggression, 1973
Cox, Thomas D., 1982-1987
Crane, Philip M., 1971-1987
Crawford, Frederick C., 1980
Creighton Preparatory School, 1962-1988
Cress, James Bell, 1964-1967
Crittenberger, Willis D., 1952-1956
Cromwell, James H. R., 1957-1964
Crone, Richard I., 1965-1987
Cronk, Walter, 1963-1983
Cronkite, Walter, 1965-1971
Crosby, William H., 1972-1973
Cuban Freedom Committee, 1961-1971
Cunningham, Harry F., 1956-1959
Cupp, Marna M., 1976-1978
Curtin, Enos, 1969-1981
Dall, Curtis B. and Katharine, 1958-1981
Daly, Emmet, 1962-1981
Dannels, Ward W., 1963-1971
Darby, Riggs, 1964-1985
Daughters of the American Revolution, 1959-1980
Daughters of the United States Army, 1969-1979
Davenport, Harold A., 1980-1987
Davidson, Darrell, 1985-1987
Davidson, Garrison, 1962-1968
Davidson, Howard C., 1968-1975
Davis, George, 1978-1988
Davis, John F., Jr., 1972-1975
Dean, Anthony, 1970
Dean, David, 1970-1985
De la Guardia, Guillermo, 1963
Delaney, Robert F., 1962-1973
Delta Phi Epsilon, 1962-1986
Del Valle, P. A., 1956
Denfield, Louis, 1959-1964
Denney, Robert V., 1968-1970
Dennis, Lawrence, 1973
Densford, Charles F., 1972-1985
Dent, Frederick, 1974
Devers, Jacob L., 1958-1976
Dewey, Thomas E., 1951-1962
Dickerson, Alice, 1969-1977
Dickson, Benjamin A., 1972
Diehl, Frances, 1953-1959
Dirksen, Everett McKinley, 1952-1958
Disney, Walter, 1956
Dixon, Jeane, 1975-1979
Dobson, Adna, 1978-1982
Dobson, Alice, 1967-1987
Dobson, Robert, 1957-1980
Dodd, Thomas, 1966-1969
Dodge, Joseph M., 1953-1957
Doering, Otto C., Jr., 1967-1971
Dominey, John V., 1971-1987
Dominick, Peter H., 1966-1971
Donahue, Phil, 1980
Dvnitz, Karl, 1957
Doolittle, James H., 1964-1985
Drachkovitch, Milorad, 1978-1983
Dresser, Robert B., 1963
Dressler, Hermann, 1960-1963
Drumright, Everett F., 1960-1988
Drury, Frederick W., 1958-1978
Dubridge, Lee A., 1969-1970
Duisberg, Claus-Jrgen, 1968-1979
Dulles, Allen, 1961
Dumbrille, Philip N., 1956-1975
Duncan, Charles V., 1988
Dunn, Ju-mou, 1967
Dunning, John R., 1962-1965
DuPont, Marcella, 1957-1966
Durant, Will, 1951-1975
Duval, Miles, 1963-1982
Eadon, Nicholas, 1967-1970
Eaker, Ira, 1964-1985
Earle, George H., 1958
East, John P., 1985
Eastman, Max, 1956-1958
Echols, M. Patton, Jr., 1962-1985
Edison, Charles, 1958-1968
Edwards, Lee, 1970-1973
Eichelberger, Robert L., 1958-1959
Eiler, Keith, 1971-1985
Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1951-1969
Elia, Joseph C., 1977-1988
Elkins, Wilson H., 1976
Eller, Ernest M., 1962-1979
Ellery, Mary Ann, 1976-1984
Ellsworth, D. W., 1964-1967
Emanuel, Barton, 1951-1972
Emerson, Earl and Liette, 1962-1981
Emmerson, John, 1951
Eng, Horace and Marguerite, 1959-1973
Enloe, Cortez F., Jr., 1956-1982
Exon, J. James, 1981
Fair, Howard, 1967
Fairbanks, Douglas, Jr., 1982
Fane, Mimi, 1973-1988
Fannin, Paul, 1963-1971
Farago, Ladislas, 1969-1970
Faris, Barry, 1956-1957
Farley, James A., 1956-1958
Farrell, Francis and Anne, 1968-1975
Fellers, Bonner, 1964-1965
Ferenbaugh, Dorothy, 1976-1985
Ferger, Roger H., 1964-1967
Ferrin, Charles S., 1962-1970
Fertig, Lawrence, 1958-1971
Fish, Hamilton, 1963-1980
Fisher, Ralph T., 1964-1985
Fitch, George and Geraldine, 1957-1972
Fleming, John F., 1966-1970
Flory, Lester D., 1959-1987
Flower, Milton, 1965-1988
Flowers, James P., 1977-1979
Flynn, John T., 1958
Foley, Thomas E., 1965-1969
Folkes, Mary, 1985-1987
Follis, R. G., 1965
Fong, Hiram, 1975
Ford, Gerald R., 1965-1974
Ford, John, 1956-1973
Forrester, Eugene P., 1979-1987
Fox, Charles R., 1970-1988
Freedom Documents Foundation, 1962-1965
Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge (Harold K. Johnson, Kenneth Wells and others), 1962-1972
Fritz, Emanuel, 1961-1963
Fuenning, Esther, 1983-1987
Fu-Jen Catholic University Foundation, 1964-1971
Fulks, McKendree G., 1982-1985
Fuller, J. F. C., 1957-1958
Fuller, Joseph W., 1970-1989
Funada, Yuzuru, 1976-1980
Gallagher, Philip E., 1962-1976
Gannett, Frank and Caroline, 1953-1959
Gard, Robert G., 1977-1978
Garner, Robert L., 1959-1974
Garvey, Willard W., 1966-1971
Gavin, James M., 1965-1972
Gayle, Richard B., 1957-1977
Gayle, Richard B., Jr., 1974-1985
George, Alex and Louise, 1966-1986
George, Walter, 1952
Gerard, James W., 1966-1973
German American National Congress, 1983
Gerow, Leonard T., 1958-1986
Giannini, L. M., 1951-1952
Gibson, Hugh, 1951
Gigleman, Gay, 1963-1964
Gill, William J., 1971-1988
Ginsberg, Israel, 1981-1988
Godfrey, Arthur, 1959
Goldsborough, Robert H., 1975-1979
Goock, Roland, 1966-1968
Goodale, George S., 1984-1986
Goodpaster, Andrew J., 1975-1985
Goodyear, William and Hettie, 1962-1979
Grace, W. Porter, 1956-1971
Graham, Billy, 1975
Grant, Harold W., 1981-1987
Grasse, William, 1978-1988
Graves, Sidney C., 1957-1968
Green, William F., 1981-1987
Grenata, Michael C., 1967-1988
Grew, Joseph, 1956
Griffin, Robert B., 1966
Griffith, John S., 1976-1979
Gros, Robert R., 1958-1985
Groves, Leslie R., 1965-1970
Grundy, Arthur, 1979-1984
Gude, Gilbert, 1970-1976
Gunner, Matthew J., 1958-1971
Haig, Alexander M., Jr., 1976-1987
Halder, Franz, 1959-1972
Hall, Irving, 1965-1967
Hamilton, Edith, 1951-1958?
Handy, Thomas T., 1974-1980
Hansell, Haywood S., 1973-1988
Hansen, Clifford P., 1971
Hardin, John, 1983-1985
Harper, John S., 1962-1971
Harrington, David O., 1956-1982
Harris, Calvin, 1970-1972
Harris, Thomas J., 1964-1967
Harriss, Robert M., 1957-1964
Hartness, Harlan N., 1976-1983
Harvey, Paul, 1975-1976
Harwood, E. C., 1970-1972
Hasbrouck, Robert W., 1973-1984
Hastings, Kester A., 1970-1983
Hastings, Peter, 1956-1987
Hatch, Orrin, 1982
Hau, Pei-tsun, 1984-1985
Heard, Townsend, 1958-1988
Hearst, William Randolph, Jr., 1958-1976
Heaton, Leonard D., 1951-1980
Hebb, Angus G., 1965-1988
Helberg, James C., 1983-1988
Helms, Richard, 1967
Henle, Ray, 1954-1965
Henning, Frank A., 1975-1979
Hermann, Mogens V., 1979
Hesburgh, Theodore M., 1958
Hewes, Clarence B., 1951
Hill, A. G., 1959-1976
Hill, John W., 1956-1970
Hill, Richard J., Jr., 1980
Hill, Robert A., 1982-1985
Hillsdale College, 1976-1981
Hirsch, Maurice, 1963-1983
Ho, Shai-lai, 1973
Hobby, Oveta Culp, 1982
Hodes, Henry, 1957
Hoffman, Claire Giannini, 1978-1985
Hogg, Robert L., 1956-1968
Holbrook, Willard A., Jr., 1964-1985
Holle, Charles G., 1968-1976
Holloway, Hubert, 1956-1958
Hoover, Allan, 1951-1981
Hoover, Herbert C., Jr., 1951-1969
Hoover, J. Edgar, 1951-1967
Hope, Bob, 1976
Hopper, Hedda, 1963-1965
Horn, Thomas L. and Dorothy, 1962-1968
Hornbeck, Stanley K., 1959-1966
Hottenstein, Daisy, 1965-1971
Houpt, William P., 1981-1987
Howard, Roy W., 1955-1964
Howley, Frank L., 1957-1964
Hoyne, R. E., 1977
Hruska, Roman L., 1968-1977
Hsi, Chen-yun, 1980-1983
Hu, Shu-kuang, 1961-1983
Huang, David D., 1963-1973
Hubbard, Bernard R., 1951-1956
Hukel, Lena Miemietz, 1959
Hughes, Howard, 1971-1976
Huling, John, Jr., 1976-1986
Hull, John E., 1962-1975
Human Events, 1965-1975
Hunt, Nelson Bunker, 1956-1982
Hunter, Charles N., 1962-1972
Hurley, Patrick J., 1955-1963
Huston, Milburn N., 1965-1985
Hutchin, Claire and Kitty, 1959-1980
Hutchinson, Homer C., 1979-1987
Hutton, E. F., 1954-1959
Hutton, Tom, 1955-1967
Information Council of the Americas, 1963-1968
Institute for Humane Studies, 1966-1982
Intercollegiate Studies Institute, 1984-1988
Ismay, Hastings, 1957
Ittensohn, Jacques, 1987-1989
Jackson, Charles R., 1965
Jackson, Henry M., 1962-1969
Jarrell, John W., 1958-1971
Javits, Jacob, 1971
Jenner, William E., 1952-1959
Johansing, Paul and Bette, 1957-1977
Johnson, Albert Sidney, 1964-1965
Johnson, Douglas V., 1972-1977
Johnson, Lyndon B., 1958
Johnson, Robert L., 1955-1964
Johnson, Robert W., 1959-1964
Johnson, Theodore R., 1959-1966
Johnson, Thomas M., 1957-1965
Johnson, Victor A., ca. 1958
Jones, Charles Hill, 1964-1976
Jones, Herbert M., 1957-1986
Jones, Homer H., 1962-1985
Jones, John M., 1985-1986
Jones, Mark, 1976-1979
Jones, Orren L., 1968-1975
Jones, Proctor, 1982-1987
Jones, Robert Letts, 1959-1976
Jones, Thomas W., 1964-1969
Jones, Wyly K., 1968-1980
Kahle, Louise, 1965-1971
Kahn, Alfred E., 1980
Kaisch, Charles E., 1980-1981
Kaltenborn, H. V., 1958
Kam, Edwin, 1983-1984
Kao, Lindberg, 1968
Kearney State College, 1971-1974
Keen, Chuck D., 1969-1973
Kelland, Clarence Budington, 1951-1964
Kelley, Anne, 1981-1987
Kemmerer, Donald L., 1978
Kemna, Christine and Axel, 1965-1966
Kemp, Arthur, 1963-1977
Kemp, Jack, 1978-1982
Kemper, James S., 1956-1968
Kennedy, Edward M., 1966
Kennedy, Joseph P., 1958
Kent, Graham Gunther, 1963-1972
Kernan, Redmond and Peggy, 1977-1984
Kesselring, Albert, 1953
Kilpatrick, James J., 1971
Kilroy, George, 1956-1966
Kim, H. C., 1963-1965
Kirby, Patrick James, 1952-1958
Kirk, Neville T., 1977-1979
Kirk, Russell, 1981
Kleffens, Eelco N. van, 1954
Knezevich, Zivan L., 1967-1979
Knight [Parrish], Frances G., 1972-1977
Knorpp, Walter W., 1963-1970
Knott, Walter, 1967-1978
Knowland, William F., 1951-1964
Knowlton, William A., 1970-1980
Koch, Fred C., 1963-1966
Kohlbeck, LeRoy E., 1967-1974
Komisarjevsky, Christopher P. A., 1971-1975
Koster, Samuel W., 1969-1971
Krause, George H., 1956-1958
Kreuz, Frank P., 1956-1966
Krock, Arthur, 1968
Krueger, William C., 1964-1967
Krulak, Victor H., 1968-1974
Kung, H. H., 1956-1967
Kung, Ling-kai, 1967-1987
Kusumowidagdo, Suwito, 1967
LaFollette, Suzanne, 1952
Lai, Ming-tong, 1976
Lamont, Elizabeth B., 1976-1983
Lanham, C. T., 1966
Lassner, Franz G., 1965-1980
Lattimore, Walter, 1958-1964
Lau, Milton, 1966-1967
Lausche, Frank J., 1965
Lawrence, David, 1957-1964
Lawrence, George W., 1959-1979
Laxalt, Paul, 1980-1983
Leahy, William D., 1953
Lebor, John F., 1966-1969
Lee, Chong Hak, 1970-1973
Lee, David T., 1984-1988
Lee, J. Bracken, 1951-1956
Lee, John, 1975-1976
Lee, Orient, 1979-1980
Lee, Pearson P. S., 1973-1986
Lee, Russel V., 1969-1982
Lee, Teng-hui, 1988
Lefler, William B., 1976-1988
Lehleitner, George H., 1966-1983
Leisure, George S., 1967
Lemnitzer, Louis Lyman, 1957-1987
Lenczowski, John, 1987-1988
Leung, Ting-man, 1966
Levine, Isaac Don, 1956-1981
Levings, Nelson T., 1957-1967
Lewis, Boyd, 1976-1988
Lewis, Fulton, Jr., 1957
Lewis, Roger, 1970
Li, K. T., 1965-1982
Liddell Hart, B. H., 1961-1962
Liebman, Marvin, 1963-1975
Ligutti, L. G., 1975-1981
Lilienthal, Alfred, 1979-1980
Lin, Yu-tang, 1961
Lincoln, Lawrence J., 1973-1974
Lincoln Center for Legal Studies, 1978
Lindbergh, Charles, 1959-1972
Lindley, Don E., 1981-1988
Linebarger, Paul, 1956-1963
Littell, Norman M., 1971-1975
Little, Brown and Company, 1963-1964
Liu, Frederick F., 1959-1965
Liu, Hoh-to and Julia, 1980-1981
Liu, Johnson, 1965-1980
Loeb, William and Nackey S., 1965-1988
Lohbeck, Donald, 1964
Lombard, Charles F., 1968-1976
London, Dan, 1963-1966
Long, Hamilton A., 1982
Longacre, David R., 1965-1968
Loper, Herbert B., 1956-1970
Loringhoven, Elizabeth Freytag, 1958-1959
Lovink, A. H. J., 1954-1959
Lutes, LeRoy, Jr., 1962-1982
Lyon, John B., 1962-1968
Lyons, Daniel, 1968
Lyons, Eugene, 1951
Ma, Carl C. H., 1973-1980
McAfee, William, 1953-1964
MacArthur, Douglas and Jean, 1958-1980
McArthur, Edwin, 1964-1984
McAuliffe, A. C., 1964-1976
McBain, Hughston M., 1956-1976
McBride, Robert B., 1962-1982
McCarthy, Frank, 1970-1983
McCarthy, Joseph, 1953
McCarty, John T., 1969-1970
McClellan, John L., 1959-1972
McClure, Mark, 1970-1973
McClure, Robert and Eve, 1953-1981
McCollister, John Y., 1972-1976
McConaughy, Walter, 1969-1973
McConnell, Fenton and Mary [Knight], 1955-1983
McConnell, Sally, 1971-1974
McCrea, Joel, 1961
McCrea, John L., 1974
MacDonald, Charles B., 1976-1981
McDougald, John A., 1962-1985
McDowell, Robert H., 1974
McFarland, Elaine, 1975-1985
McFarlane, Robert C., 1986
McFee, Madeline, 1980-1982
McGhee, George C., 1965-1966
McGowan, M. M., 1956
McGovern, George S., 1966-1977
McHugh, Raymond, 1966-1976
McKay, Douglas, 1953
McKnight, Mary, 1964-1977
McLean, David S. and Marjorie, 1971-1988
McMahon, William D., 1963-1987
McNamee, Roland and Emily, 1955-1988
McNeese, A. G., Jr., 1962-1982
McNulty, John J., 1962-1965
Maddocks, Ray T. and family, 1957-1973
Magruder, Carter B., 1961
Mahon, George H., 1964-1979
Makinney, Fred W., 1967-1969
Malone, Wallace D., 1962-1967
Malsch, Erna, 1978-1980
Mandel, Marvin, 1971-1974
Manly, Chesly, 1958
Manning, John, 1956
Mansfield, Mike, 1962
Manson, Daniel, 1976-1987
Manteuffel, Hasso von, 1972
Mao, Paul Cheng-tzu, 1973-1983
Marlow, Fred, 1976-1979
Marshall, Katherine (Mrs. George C. Marshall), 1967
Marshall, Robert, 1970
Marshall Group, 1981-1985
Martin, David T., 1973-1984
Martin, Joseph W., Jr., 1952
Martin, Orville Wells, 1974-1985
Martin, Rose L., 1967-1978
Martin, William McC., 1958-1969
Mary Magdalen, Sister, 1958-1985
Mathews, William, 1958
Mathias, Charles, 1986
Mattei, A. C., 1957
Mayo, C. W., 1958
Maytag, Lewis B. and Marquita, 1963-1967
Mele [Hall], Marianne, 1981-1984
Mellenthin, Horst von, 1956-1977
Meloy, Guy S., 1963
Mendell, Mike, 1964-1978
Menjou, Adolphe, 1952-1960
Menke, John L., 1974-1975
Menninger, William C., 1959-1966
Merkle, Bruce F., 1973-1983
Metcalfe, Arthur G. B., 1973
Meyer, Paul W., 1964-1967
Milbank, Jeremiah, 1956-1972
Millen, Jonathan A., II, 1985-1987
Miller, Alice M., 1951-1959
Miller, Jack, 1963
Miller, JoZach, 1956-1963
Miller, Luther D., 1967-1985
Miller, Virgil, 1968-1982
Miller, William E., 1962-1964
Mitchell, Robert F., 1967-1976
Mixson, James M., 1969-1973
Moffat, Donald R., 1956-1957
Moley, Raymond, 1956-1964
Moloney, John A., 1975-1977
Monahan, John W., 1972-1983
Monteith, Stanley, 1979-1980
Moody, Lucien B., 1958
Moorer, Thomas H., 1971-1974
Moore, Merrill, 1956-1964
Moorman, Thomas J., 1968-1969
Moreell, Ben, 1959-1969
Morley, Felix, 1958-1964
Morris, William Fuller, 1975-1982
Morse, John H., 1964-1985
Morse, Robert H., 1964-1973
Morse, Wayne, 1966
Mortensen, Ralph, 1975-1984
Moseley, George V. H., 1958-1960
Mosig, Carl, 1966
Mountbatten, Louis, 1952-1979
Mountbatten [Hicks], Patricia, 1979-1986
Moy, Ernest K., 1951
Muir, James I., Jr., 1962-1968
Muir, Malcolm, 1957-1958
Mullen, Buell, 1956-1984
Mundt, Karl, 1965-1969
Munroe, Ralph, 1971
Munson, Frederick P., 1976-1980
Munson, Lyle H., 1968-1973
Murphey, Henry S., 1963-1965
Murphy, George, 1965-1980
Murphy, Paul, 1960
Murphy, Robert, 1970-1971
Murray, Hyde H., 1984-1988
Murrell, Nora, 1978
National Strategy Information Center (Frank R. Barnett), 1968-1972
National War College (E. T. Wooldridge), 1956-1957
Neathery, Alicia, 1967-1975
Nebraska Society, 1969
Nelson, Donald H., 1980-1986
Nemazee, Hassan, 1975-1978
Neubaur Beck, Gertrude, 1958-1970
Nevotti, Richard and Jane, 1971-1979
New Leader (Sol Levitas), 1959
New York Times, 1972
Ney, Virgil, 1967-1971
Neyland, R. R., 1959
Nichols, Kenneth D., 1980-1987
Niess, Oliver M., 1963
Nimitz, Chester W. and Catherine, 1958-1969
Noble, Charles H., 1976-1978
Nonnenmacher, Nicholas T., 1962-1970
North, Thomas, 1965-1985
Nygaard, Jack, 1967-1968
O'Brien, Robert, 1976-1987
Ochsner, Alton and Jane, 1963-1983
O'Daniel, John W., 1964-1968
Odell, Joseph C., 1977-1983
O'Gara, Alfred and Betty, 1956-1983
O'Gara, Gordon C., 1967-1969
O'Hanlon, Pat, 1962-1978
O'Hare, Joseph James and Bobbie, 1950-1977
Olmstead, George, 1956-1985
Olmstead, George, Jr., 1984
Olson, Charles and Shirley, 1969-1974
O'Meara, Andrew P., 1979-1984
Onacewicz, Wlodzimierz, 1962-1984
O'Neil, James F., 1958-1974
Osborne, Jim R., 1979-1988
Osborne, Ray S. and Frances, 1965-1987
Otto, Egbert, 1962-1965
Ouang, Max and Eppy, 1968-1980
Overby, Andrew, 1957-1984
Packard, David, 1968-1988
Paffenbarger, George and Rachel, 1969-1988
Page, G. Nelson, 1964-1979
Palm, Charles and Miriam, 1981-1988
Palmer, Paul, 1958
Papagos, Alexander, 1953-1955
Papen, Franz von, 1959-1960
Pappas, George, 1980-1988
Pappenheim, Rudolf zu, 1965-1981
Park, Chung Hee, 1970
Parks, William R., 1968-1972
Parmley, Loren F., 1967-1968
Passman, Otto, 1962-1965
Patterson, Edward, 1956-1985
Pattison, Hal C., 1967-1970
Paul VI, Pope, 1967-1975
Pawley, William D., 1970
Payne, F. Dana, 1970-1981
Payne, Alberta and Eleanor, 1965-1978
Peale, Norman Vincent, 1958
Pee, Peter Tsong-kan, 1952-1984
Pegler, Westbrook, 1958-1959
Peirson, Sam, 1962-1984
Pennoyer, Paul, 1963-1971
Percy, Charles M., 1973
Persons, Wilton B., 1954-1956
Perwein, Al H., 1964-1980
Peter, Prince of Greece and Denmark, n.d.
Peterson, Rudolph A., 1966
Petley, George S., 1966-1967
Pew, Joseph N., Jr., 1957-1963
Pfeiffer, Edward J., 1976-1979
Philion, Albert, 1964-1965
Philippe, Claudius Charles, 1956-1962
Phillips, Wendell, 1966-1971
Phleger, Herman, 1953
Pihl, Paul and Charlotte, 1962-1988
Place, Stephen B., 1971
Planned Parenthood, 1965-1976
Poch, Robert A., 1966-1982
Poeschel, Harold P., 1962-1985
Pogue, Forrest C., 1957-1986
Pogue, L. Welch, 1963-1988
Porzelt, Paul, 1958
Poudre, Lou, 1974-1984
Power, Thomas S., 1963
Pownall, Henry, n.d.
Pray, Max and Peg, 1956-1984
Priest, Ivy Baker, 1953
Private Sector Council, 1986-1987
Pryor, Samuel F., 1965-1978
Pugh, John R., 1957-1973
Pulliam, Eugene C., 1963-1970
Putnam, Carleton, 1972-1974
Pyke, Frederick M., 1974-1979
Pyke, James H., 1961
Quinn, Terence J., 1965
Raborn, W. F., 1966
Radford, Arthur, 1953
Raeburn, Abner and Margie, 1958-1967
Raeburn, Richard M., 1965-1968
Raeburn, Robert A., 1970-1988
Rahim, Hussein K., 1984
Rahim, Kamil Abdul and Anna, 1953-1984
Rainey, Marjorie, 1977-1984
Randall, Russell, 1973
Ratay, John P. and Gertrude, 1956-1984
Ravenholt, Albert V., 1973-1974
Readers Digest (Hobart Lewis, James Monahan, De Witt Wallace and others), 1952-1984
Reagan, Ronald, 1968-1988
Rehnquist, George R., 1979-1983
Reid, Doris Fielding, 1962-1972
Reid, William P., 1962-1971
Reilly, Frank J. and Lee, 1980-1986
Revera, Joan, 1956-1957
Rex, Harry M., 1982-1983
Rhee, Syngman, 1953-1965
Rheem, Richard S., 1956-1966
Rheem Manufacturing Company, 1956-1957
Rhodes, John J., 1978
Rich, William, 1983
Richards, Victor, 1976-1988
Richey, Harold L., 1956-1986
Rickenbacker, Edward M., 1955-1971
Rickover, Hyman G., 1978
Riegle, Robert Dee, 1961-1964
Rimanoczy, Richard S., 1962-1975
Rivers, L. Mendel, 1963-1967
Robb, Roger, 1965
Roberts, Eugene B., 1974
Robertson, Walter and Mary, 1956-1985
Robie, Wendell, 1972
Robinett, P. M., 1959
Robinson, Frances, 1970-1988
Rockafellow, Margaret, 1977-1985
Rockefeller, David, 1958
Rockefeller, Winthrop, 1970
Rockford College Institute, 1976-1983
Rogers, Bernard W., 1979
Rogers, James D., 1975-1979
Rogers, William P., 1969-1973
Roosevelt, Archibald B., 1962-1970
Roosma, John S., 1964-1986
Roots, John M., 1959-1988
Rose Louise, Sister, 1970-1985
Rosenberg, Elliot, 1970-1988
Ross, Harold D. and Andrew, 1977-1985
Rossbach, Gerhard, 1937-1962
Rountree, Martha, 1977-1985
Rowe, David, 1960-1971
Rowe, J. Blanche, 1964-1966
Rowe, Stanley M., 1964-1966
Royall, Kenneth, 1957-1963
Royen, Marmie, 1976-1988
Rudinger, Elizabeth, 1977-1984
Rumbaugh, James H., 1987-1988
Rusk, Dean, 1969-1976
Russell, Edward, 1972-1975
Russell, Hubbard S., 1956-1964
Russell, Richard, 1953-1969
Rutledge, Paul W., 1960
Ryan, C. E., 1956-1957
Ryan, John L., Jr., 1963
Ryan, Patrick J., 1963-1967
Ryan, William F., 1963-1971
Sabin, L. S., 1963-1985
Sarnoff, David, 1955-1964
Sater, Kathie, 1958-1983
Saud al Faisal, 1977
Saunders, A. E., 1964
Schaefer, J. E., 1953-1969
Schenken, John, 1963-1964
Schindler, Paul E., Jr., 1979-1983
Schlesinger, James R., 1975
Schmidt, Frank H., 1965-1966
Schmidt, Fred C., 1979-1982
Schnyder, Felix, 1971
Schulthess, Dieter von, 1972-1981
Schulze, Franz-Joseph, 1979
Schwarzkopf, Chet, 1961-1962
Scott, Owen L., 1971-1975
Scott, Stanley H., 1975-1976
Seaman, Jonathan O., 1968-1971
Sebald, William J., 1967-1972
Sebree, Edmund B., 1958-1966
Seedlock, Robert F., 1962-1988
Sergievsky, Boris, 1967-1971
Sessions, Edgar H., 1968-1983
Settle, Thomas G. W., 1962-1976
Seward, John R., 1981-1985
Shen, James Chang-huan, 1971-1984
Shepherd, Lemuel C., Jr., 1958
Shepley, James R., 1968-1969
Sherrill, Fred G., 1966-1975
Shih, Paul C. Y., 1966-1967
Shockley, William, 1986
Shreve, L. G., 1972-1985
Sibley, Alden K., 1957-1980
Sidey, Hugh, 1983-1987
Sikorsky, Igor I., 1966
Silverthorn, M. H., 1984
Simmons, Ray C., 1986-1987
Sisa, Stephen, 1970-1971
Sites, James N., 1977-1985
Sivert, Daniel P., 1981-1984
Skousen, W. Cleon, 1961-1988
Slaughter, Willis R., 1963-1975
Smedberg, W. R., 1957-1984
Smeed, Ralph, 1974-1978
Smith, C. R., 1956-1973
Smith, Charles F., 1962-1968
Smith, Frank M., 1972-1982
Smith, Herbert E., 1957-1965
Smith, Lee, 1977-1981
Smith, Robert W., 1963-1968
Smith, Truman and Kay, 1956-1988
Snow, John Howland, 1964-1974
Sokolsky, George E., 1953-1962
Sordoni, Andrew J., 1956-1963
Sorley, L. Stone, Jr., 1977-1988
Sourwine, Julien G., 1970-1972
South Africa Foundation, 1969-1973
Southwick, William E., 1983
Southworth, William N., 1965-1967
Sparks, Hayden, 1973-1975
Spellman, Francis, 1953-1967
Spivak, Lawrence E., 1957-1976
Spray, David E., 1967-1970
Sproul, Robert G., 1964
Stackelberg, Garnett, 1956-1972
Staedke, Helmut, 1961-1964
Stans, Maurice, 1969
Starke, Hans, 1988
Stassen, Harold E., 1951
Stauffenberg, Nina, 1958-1959
Stennis, John, 1963
Sterling, J. E. Wallace, 1963-1983
Stevens, Robert T., 1954
Stevenson, Adlai, 1952
Stimpson, Harry F., Jr., 1964-1969
Stodter, John Hughes, 1957-1976
Stratemeyer, George E., 1955-1959
Strauss, Elliott B. and Beatrice, 1966-1987
Strauss, Lewis L., 1953-1958
Streit, John P., 1959-1974
Streit, Paul, 1957-1976
Sturm, Rex L., 1969-1970
Stutzman, Ray E., 1981-1984
Sullivan, Ray 1963-1985
Sullivan, William, 1972-1973
Summers, A. Burks, 1963-1974
Sun, Ching-ling Soong (Madame Sun Yat-sen), 1978-1980
Sun, Li-jen, 1951-1953
Sun, Yun-suan, 1979-1984
Swain, Robert, 1965-1984
Swim, Dudley and Kay, 1961-1987
Symington, Stuart, 1958
Taft, Charles P., 1956
Taft, Robert A., 1951-1953
Taft, Robert A., Jr., 1958
Taggart, John F., 1956-1965
Talbott, Harold E., 1953
Tallman, Schuyler, 1982-1984
Talmadge, Herman, 1973
Tan, Shao-hwa and Mary, 1969-1987
Tankersley, Garvin E., 1957-1981
Tansey, Patrick H., 1969-1976
Tao, Frank, 1962-1985
Tao, Wang, 1965-1966
Tate, Marilynn, 1964-1967
Taylor, Benjamin F., 1960-1983
Taylor, Henry J., 1958-1977
Taylor, Maxwell D., 1957-1988
Taylor, Richard W., 1977-1988
Taylor, Ross M., 1960-1966
Teller, Edward, 1963
Tempelhoff, Hans-Georg von, 1960-1985
Terlinden, Heinrich, 1966-1968
Terry, Walter, 1964
Tevis, Gordon and Josephine, 1956-1983
Thames Television, 1986
Tharp, Charles C., 1967-1988
Tharp, Marmian, 1964-1987
Tharp, T. A. D., 1985-1987
This Week, 1962
Thomas, Lowell, Jr., 1962-1981
Thompson, Paul W., 1969-1970
Thomson, Genevieve, 1969-1971
Thone, Charles, 1953-1982
Thurmond, Strom, 1967-1986
Toland, John, 1980-1982
Tolley, Ken, 1982-1986
Tolstoy, Ilia, 1959
Tong, Fu, 1985
Tong, Hollington and family, 1955-1973
Tong, George Shao-chi, 1964-1986
Tower, John, 1965-1980
Townsend, Ralph M., 1964-1974
Train, William F., 1964-1982
Transworld Airlines (TWA), 1964-1972
Traphagen, John C., 1958-1970
Treat, Sanford, 1957-1979
Trubey, Robert N., 1983-1988
Trudeau, Arthur, 1955-1970
Truex, G. Robert, Jr., 1962-1987
Tsiang, Tingfu F., 1963-1965
Tsui, T. L., 1963-1986
Tu, George, 1965-1972
Tuchman, Barbara, 1972
Tung, Shih-tsin, 1962-1964
Tunner, William, 1957
Tunney, Gene, 1958
Turner, Frederick P., 1956-1965
Turner, Stansfield, 1968-1984
Twining, Nathan, 1953-1965
Underwood, George V., 1978-1984
Ungern, Reginald, 1971-1976
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (Norman M. Rich), 1984-1986
United States. Air Force, 1953-1981
United States. Army, 1956-1988
United States. Department of Justice. Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1973-1982
United States. Library of Congress, 1962-1964
United States Air Force Academy, 1969-1984
United States Naval Academy, 1957-1976
United States Post Office, 1962-1977
University of Virginia. White Burkett Miller Center of Public Affairs, 1986
Utley, Freda, 1957-1976
Van Brunt, Rinaldo, 1976-1985
Van Brunt, Winslow and Irene, 1956-1987
Vance, John R., 1958-1977
Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1982-1986
Vickers, Louis T., 1963-1972
Villamin, Vicente, 1956-1972
Vinson, Carl, 1966
Virts, Arthur, 1981-1987
Vischer, Peter and Helen, 1964-1986
Vitsaxis, Basil, 1971
Vittrup, Russell L., 1962-1987
Vivas, Eliseo, 1961-1975
Vogel, Herbert D., 1964-1981
Von Helms, Ernst E. F. and Alvina, 1967-1982
Von Plinsky, Alexander, 1983-1988
Waddell, W. M., 1974-1983
Wadmond, Lowell, 1962-1984
Wagner, Karl-Heinz and Ellen, 1971-1987
Wagner, Paul, 1977-1984
Wagner, William T., III, 1980-1988
Walden, Dorothy, 1980-1982
Wall, Earle, 1956-1957
Wanamaker, William W., 1971-1979
Wang, Mary, 1962-1978
Wang, S. M., 1958-1968
Ward, Edward J., 1972-1988
Ware, Frederick, 1952-1967
Warfield, Alan M., 1967-1969
Warner, Frank, 1957
Warnke, Paul C., 1970
Washington Times, 1982-1987
Waterman, Jerome A., 1965-1969
Watkins, Arthur V., 1952
Watson, Albert, II, 1968-1971
Watts, Clyde J., 1965-1970
Wayne, John, 1952-1980
Weaver, J. R. N., 1955-1963
Webb, James E., 1965-1968
Weber, Karl C., 1981-1985
Wei, Tao-ming, 1968-1969
Wei, Yuan-ping. Includes correspondence with others, 1981-1984
Weinberger, Caspar W., 1986-1987
Weinstein, Allen, 1976-1978
Weitzer, David, 1975-1979
Welch, Robert, 1954-1971
Welker, Herman, 1952-1955
Wells, Warren, 1987-1988
Wen, Ha-hsiung, 1976-1984
Werdel, Thomas H., 1951
Westmoreland, William C., 1969-1984
Weyand, Fred C., 1975
Weyerhaeuser, Frederick K., 1965-1971
Wheeler, Burton K., 1959-1972
Wheeler, Earle G., 1963-1965
Wheeler, Raymond A. and Virginia, 1958-1974
Whirley, Robert and Laura, 1976-1987
Whisner, Emons B., 1961-1964
Whitcomb, Edgar D., 1963-1975
Whitcomb, John C., 1959-1965
Whitcomb, John M., 1962-1979
White, Theodore H., 1965-1982
White, Thomas D., 1963-1965
White, William L., 1966
Widener, Alice, 1969-1981
Wilbur, William H., 1964-1978
Williams, Eleanor L., 1974-1980
Williams, George, 1982-1985
Williams, Harvey, 1963-1965
Williams, Jesse C., 1958-1986
Williams, Ray G., 1956-1984
Williamson, Alice and Bob, 1979-1988
Willoughby, Charles A., 1953-1971
Wilson, Kendrick R., Jr., 1962-1979
Won, Joseph H., 1977-1985
Wood, John Sumner, 1960-1981
Wood, Leonard W., 1956-1957
Wood, Robert E., 1956-1964
Woodbury, John, 1980-1982
Woods, Rose Mary, 1971
Woodward, Everett H., 1962-1988
Wooley, George and Mary, 1965-1979
Woolnough, James K., 1963-1982
World Anti-Communist League, 1980-1985
Wormser, Felix E., 1962-1979
Wormser, Rene, 1962-1981
Worrilow, William H., Jr., 1951-1989
Wouk, Herman, 1974
Wright, Jerauld, 1970-1971
Wu, John C. H., 1973-1980
Yeaton, Ivan and Sara ("Tuck"), 1952-1988.
Yeh, George K. C., 1959
Yen, Chia-kan, 1965-1988
Yin, Chun, 1965-1967
Yorty, Sam, 1969
Yu, P. C., 1959-1977
Yu, Ta-wei, 1957-1985
Yu-Pin, Paul, 1957-1977
Yuill, Charles W., 1963-1971
Zamoyski, Stefan and Elizabeth, 1959-1985
Zimmerman, Wayne, 1955
Zorinsky, Edward, 1978
STRATEGY AND POLICY GROUP, OPERATIONS DIVISION, WAR DEPARTMENT, 1941 JULY-1943 OCTOBER
General. Lists, maps, memoranda, and schedules, 1941-1942
Beck, General, 1941
George, Harold L., 1943
Knesebeck, Herr, 1941
McNamee, Roland W., 1942
Stimson, Henry L., 1942
Africa (Operations Gymnast and Torch). Memoranda, reports, notes, minutes, bulletins, speech, transcribed letter by George Patton, and a letter and report by Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Relates to military planning, operations, and civil affairs in Africa, and potential Spanish involvement in the campaign, 1941-1942 1941-1943.
Alaska. Statistical reports and maps, Relates to equipment, air fields, and transportation routes in Alaska ca. 1942.
Atlantic Ocean. Memoranda and reports, Relates to German aviation capabilities, and geography, fortifications, and troop strength in Bermuda, the Azores, Brazil, the Cape Verde Islands, and the Canary Islands 1941-1942.
Canaris, Wilhelm. Typescript report by Thomas M. Johnson entitled "Master Spy," n.d.
Caribbean Sea. Memoranda, reports, and notes, Relates to the strategic importance of, and military operations within Aruba, Curagao, Venezuela, Netherlands West Indies, and Netherlands Guiana; also includes a letter by Townsend Heard relating to civilian economic distress 1940-1942.
Casablanca Conference, Briefing book containing reports, memoranda, biographical sketches, and maps, 1943 1943 January.
China-Burma-India theater. Memoranda, reports, and printed article, Relates to military resources in India, planning, and the Chinese political situation, including a report by John Davies, Jr. entitled "The American Stake in Chinese Unity: Proposals for Preliminary American Action" 1943.
Command organization. Memoranda and reports, Relates to the establishment of a unified Allied command 1942.
France. Memoranda, reports, maps, and statistics, Relates to coastal defenses and ports, and German forces in France 1942.
Germany. Reports, Primarily relates to anti-Nazi sentiment, military capacity, and mineral resources 1941-1942.
Great Britain. Memoranda, reports, statistics, and maps, Relates to the defense of Great Britain against invasion 1941.
Hong Kong. Mimeograph report,"The Fall of Hongkong," 1942
Iran. Typescript reports and cover memoranda by P. D. Panecheha, and a memorandum describing the activities of General John Greely in Iran, 1941-1942
Ireland. Typescript report and map relating to coastal defense facilities and troops, n.d.
Madagascar. Memorandum, 1942
Malta. Report, 1941
General. Memoranda, reports, chronology, meeting notes, maps, and statistics, 1941-1943
Air Force. Memoranda, reports, and statistics, Relates to estimates of air strength and effectiveness of aerial missions 1941-1942.
Amphibious forces. Memoranda and reports, Relates to the organization, composition, and training of amphibious forces 1942.
Joint U. S. Strategical Committee. Reports, memoranda, and outlines, Relates to the organization of unified planning and command structures, and determination of strategic priorities 1942-1943.
Natural resources. Memoranda, meeting notes, letter, maps, charts, and lists, Relates to minerals, petroleum, and rubber 1940-1942.
Shipping. Charts, letters, memoranda, reports, and notes, 1941-1942
Theatre studies. Memoranda, reports, notes, outlines, lists, and maps, 1942
Troops, equipment, and supplies. Memoranda, outlines, charts, letters, and statistics, 1941-1942
Operation Husky (Italy-Sicily campaign). Telegram, notes, maps, reports, and memoranda, 1943
Operation Modicum (U.S.-British planning conference, London, Memoranda and reports, 1942 1942 April).
Pacific Ocean. Memoranda, dispatches, notes, reports, bulletins, and maps, 1941-1943.
Propaganda. Report outline, n.d.
Soviet Union. Memoranda, map, and speech, 1942
Training exercises. Memoranda, 1942
United States-Coastal defense. Memoranda, 1941
Victory Program. Correspondence, memoranda, meeting reports, lists, statistical reports, and maps, 1941-1943
Production requirements, 1941 Sept.
U.S.-British production, 1941 Sept.-Oct.
Air forces, 1941-1942
Ground forces, 1941-1942
Troop basis, 1942
SOUTHEAST ASIA COMMAND, 1943 OCTOBER-1944 OCTOBER
Correspondence and memoranda, 1943-1944
Official communications, 1943-1944
Stilwell, Joseph. Promotion of, 1944
Arnold, H. H., 1944
Chennault, Claire, 1944
Chiang, Kai-shek, 1944
Churchill, Winston, 1944
Donovan, William J., 1944
Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1944
Embick, Stanley D., 1944
George, Harold, 1944
Handy, Thomas, 1944
Hilldring, John H., 1944
Ismay, Hastings, 1944
Kuter, L. S., 1944
Lincoln, L. J., 1944
McNair, Lesley J., 1944
Maddocks, Ray T., 1944
Mountbatten, Louis and Edwina, 1943-1944
Petschnikoff, Sergei A., 1944
Pownall, Henry, 1944
Somervell, Brehon, 1944
Stilwell, Joseph, 1944
Stratemeyer, George E., 1944
Styer, W. D., 1944
Sultan, D. I., 1944
Wheeler, R. A., 1944
Daily records and schedules, 1943 Nov.-1944 Nov.
Minutes and meeting reports, 1944 June-Aug.
General. Mimeographed excerpts from reports, speech, typescript copy of Japanese directives, and pamphlet, 1943-1944
Collected planning papers
Air Forces, Integration of. Memoranda, minutes, and correspondence with Henry H. Arnold, Guy Garrod, Louis Mountbatten, and George Stratemeyer, 1943 Oct.-Nov.
AXIOM Mission. Official dispatches, 1944 Feb.-April
Burma campaign. Minutes, reports, and charts, 1943 Jan.-Feb.
China. Draft message from Franklin Roosevelt to Chiang Kai-shek, and a mimeographed report entitled "The Situation in China and Suggestions regarding American Policy," 1944 March-June
Command organization and the establishment of headquarters. Memoranda, correspondence, and minutes, 1943 Aug.-Sept.
Japan. Mimeographed report entitled,"The Defeat of Japan within Twelve Months after the Defeat of Germany," Relates to plans for an invasion of the Japanese mainland 1943 Oct.
Office of Strategic Services (O.S.S.). Memoranda, directives, letters, and reports, 1943-1944
Operation Anvil. Memoranda, and correspondence between Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill, Relates to plans for a diversionary invasion into the Rhone Valley of France 1944 June.
Operation Buccaneer. Letters by Winston Churchill, Hastings Ismay, Louis Mountbatten and another, Relates to a plan for the capture of the Andaman Islands 1944 Jan.-April.
Psychological and political warfare. Memoranda, 1943 Oct.-1944 May
Stilwell, Joseph and General Lentaigne. Memoranda, meeting reports, and directives, 1944 July
General. Logs, maps, and typescript and mimeographed reports, 1943 Oct.-1946 April
Wedemeyer tour of India and China. Dispatches, 1944 May
UNITED FORCES CHINA THEATER, 1944 OCTOBER-1946 SEPTEMBER
Correspondence and messages
General, 1944 Nov.-1946 Aug.
Itemized guides for filing systems
Arnold, H. H., 1945
Barber, Henry A., Jr., 1945
Barrett, David, 1945
Beebe, Eugene H., 1944-1945
Bishop, Max, 1945
Briggs, Ellis O., 1945
Brown, Constantine, 1945
Browning, F. A. M., 1946
Campbell, L. H., Jr., 1944
Caraway, Paul W., 1946
Carton de Wiart, Adrian, 1944-1945
Chang, Fa-kuei, 1945
Chen, Cheng, 1944-1946
Chen, Su-ho, 1945
Cheng, Chien, 1944
Chennault, Claire, 1944-1945
Chiang, Kai-shek and Mei-ling Soong Chiang, 1944-1946
Chien, Ta-chun, 1946
Chu, Chia-hua, 1945
Chu Teh, 1944-1945
Churchill, Winston, 1944-1945
Clay, Lucius, 1946
Cooke, Charles M., Jr., 1944
Cooper, Harry, 1945
Dean, Sally, 1945
Donovan, William J., 1945
Dorn, Frank, 1944
Embick, Stanley D., 1944-1945
Eng, Horace, 1946
Fairchild, Muir, 1946
Ferenbaugh, Claude B., 1944
Fu, Tso-ye, 1945
Garrod, Guy, 1946
Gillem, Alvan C., 1946
Gould, Randall, 1946
Handy, Thomas T., 1944-1945
Harriman, W. Averell, 1945-1946
Ho, Hao-jo, 1944-1946
Hobby, Oveta Culp, 1944
Hsiao, Sin-ju Pu, 1946
Hsieh, Yoh, 1945
Hsu, K'an, 1944
Hsu, Pei-ken, 1945
Hu, Tsung-nan, 1945
Huang, Chieh, 1944
Huang, J. L., 1945
Hull, J. E., 1944-1946
Hutchin, Claire E., 1946
Ingles, H. C., 1945
Ismay, Hastings, 1944
Kirk, Norman, 1945-1946
Kohlberg, Alfred, 1945
Koo, V. K. Wellington, 1946
Ku, Chen-lung, 1945
Kung, H. H., 1945
Kuter, Lawrence S., 1944-1945
Lanham, C. T., 1946
Leahy, William D., 1945
LeMay, Curtis E., 1944
Li, Chi-lan, 1946
Li, Chung-jen, 1945
Lincoln, G. A., 1944-1946
Lincoln, L. J., 1944-1945
Liu, Snow-pine, 1946
Lovink, A. H. J., 1945
Lu, Han, 1944-1946
Luce, Henry R., 1946
Lung, Yun, 1944
Lutes, LeRoy, 1944-1945
McClure, Robert, 1945-1946
McNamee, Roland W., 1945-1946
Maddocks, Ray, 1946
Mansfield, Mike, 1945
Mao, Tse-tung, 1945
Miller, Alice, 1944
Mitchell, Robert, 1945
Mountbatten, Louis, 1944-1946
Neprud, Carl, 1946
Nimitz, Chester, 1945
Noble, Charles H., 1944
Norstad, Lauris, 1945
Overseas Press Club, 1946
Patterson, Robert P., 1946
Patton, George S., 1945
Pechkoff, Z., 1945
Pee, Peter, 1946
Raeburn, Abner, 1944
Roberts, Frank, Relates to an article about Wedemeyer by Clare Boothe Luce 1944.
Robertson, Walter, 1946
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1945
Sibley, Alden K., 1944
Slim, W. J., 1945
Somervell, Brehon, 1945
Somerville, James F., 1944-1945
Soong, T. V., 1944-1946
Springer, Robert M., 1944
Stratemeyer, George E., 1944-1946
Styer, W. D., 1944
Sultan, Dan I., 1944-1945
Sun, Ching-ling Soong (Madame Sun Yat-sen), 1945-1946
Tai, Li, 1944-1945
Tang, En-po, 1945-1946
Teng, Hsi-hou, 1945
Terry, T. A., 1945-1946
Thomas, Lowell, 1945
Truesdell, Karl, 1944-1945
Tu, Li-ming, 1946
United States. Office of Strategic Services. China Theater [China-Burma-India Theater], 1944-1945
United States. War Department, 1944-1946
United States. White House, Letters by James A. Jacobson, Edwin A. Locke, Jr., and Donald M. Nelson 1944-1945.
Wang, Shih-chieh, 1945
Waters, Jerome J., 1945
Wavell, Archibald, 1945
Weart, Douglas L., 1945
Wedemeyer family, 1945
Wei, Li-huang, 1944
Wei, Tao-ming, 1946
Wheeler, R. A., 1944-1945
Wilby, F. B., 1944
Wong, Wen-hao, 1944
Wu, K. C., 1944-1945
Wyman, William G., 1946
Memoranda and official messages
Undated. Includes indices, 1938
1944 July-1946 April 15
1946 April 16-Sept.
Chiang Kai-shek, from China Theater Headquarters
1944 Dec.-1945 Jan.
"Black Book," of compiled policy papers, intelligence reports, memoranda, maps, and mission summaries, 1944-1946
African-American soldiers. Memoranda, messages, clipping, meeting reports, and correspondence with Patrick Hurley, 1945
Birch, John. Report relating to the death of Birch, 1945
General. Pamphlets and miscellany, 1944-1946
Politics and government
General. Typescripts, chart, and mimeograph reports, 1944-ca. 1946.
General. Memoranda, correspondence with Chiang Kai-shek and Mao Tse-tung, meeting minutes, draft press release, speech by Earl Browder, typescript report by Paul Linebarger, newsletter, and typescript copies of "A Memorandum on the Problem of the Chinese Communist Party," and "Will Russia Supercede Japan as Agressor in the Orient," 1944-1946
"Chinese Communists in Relation to Planned Military Operations in China," Mimeograph report 1945 April.
Conferences. Protocol, U.N. charter text, communiques, press release, and memoranda, 1943-1946
Dorn, Frank. Letters, reports, and messages, 1944-1945
France. Langer, William L. "Our Vichy Policy and the North African Venture," 1946 January
Germany. Koehler, General,"The Collapse Viewed from Within: The Memoirs of General Koller [sic], the German Chief of Air Staff," 1945
Hurley, Patrick. Printed article and typescript meeting report, 1945
Institute of Pacific Relations. Clippings, miscellany, and letters by Alfred Kohlberg and another, 1942-1946
Japan. Printed article and notes, 1944
Japanese war crimes trials. Draft typescript review of record of trial of Masataka Kaburagi, et al ., 1946
Korea. Pamphlet and flyer issued by the Korean Commission, 1945
Manchuria. Map, clippings, speeches and statements by Chou En-lai and Walter Judd, memorandum, messages, and typescript reports,"Special Summary of Intelligence on Manchuria," and O. Edmund Clubb,"Relationship of Japanese, and Particularly Japanese Holdout Troops, to Chinese Communist Actions in Manchuria," "Relationship of Koreans and Mongols to Communist Movement in Manchuria," and "Soviet Policies, Attitudes and Actions in Respect to Manchuria," 1946
Military planning. Meeting report, and outline reports,"Far East Strategy," and "Plan for Evacuation of China," 1945
Nuclear weapons. Statement by Bernard Baruch, comments on the Baruch report by Joseph V. Machugh, and mimeograph reports by Leslie R. Groves, Matthew B. Ridgway and others, 1946
Peace treaties. Clipping and messages conveying draft treaty texts, 1946
Southeast Asia. Memoranda, messages, intelligence questionnaires, typescript copies of "Franco-Chinese Agreement Concerning Sino-Indochinese Relations," and "Agreement on the General Principle on the Taking over of Garrison Duty by the French Troops from the Chinese Forces Stationed in Indo-China," and mimeograph copies of "Development of the I.W.T. on the River Chindwin, 1945," "Political Situation in South East Asia Since Surrender of Japan," "Possible Japanese Action in Siam," "Economic Situation in South East Asia," and "Military Situation in South East Asia," 1945-1946.
Soviet Union. Mimeograph and typescript reports, clipping, memorandum, and letter from Robert Patterson to Harry Truman, 1946
United States-Foreign relations
General. Clippings, newsletters, speeches by Patrick J. Hurley and Harry S. Truman, and a typescript copy of "A Security Policy for Postwar America," 1945-1946
General. Memoranda, messages, clippings, serial issue, letters by Alfred Kohlberg and others, mimeograph copies of the State-War-Navy [Departments] Coordinating Committee,"Post-War Military Policies with Respect to China," speech by Walter Judd, statements by James Byrnes and Harry S. Truman, and typescript copies of Albert S. Crockett,"The Chinese-American 'Alliance' of 1908," Owen Lattimore,"Japan Policy as Related to China Policy," and Freda Utley,"General Marshall's Failure in China or Time for a Change in China," 1945-1946
Economic assistance. Memoranda, maps, typescript copies of "Production in China," "Progress and Status of Export-Import Bank Credits to China," "Statement on Surplus Property, Lend-Lease, etc.," John F. Kullgren,"The Need of an Economic Nucleus-Area in China: The Case of the Yellow River Area, the Provinces East of the Yellow River Bend," mimeograph copies of comments on Kullgren's report by the U.S. Embassy staff in Nanking, Paul M. A. Linebarger,"Specific Recommendations Concerning Aid to China," Edwin A. Locke, Jr.,"The Current Situation in China," Carl Neprud,"Resume of the Economic Situation in Shanghai Since Re-opening of Customs," Shou-Chin Wang,"Application for Export-Import Bank Credit on Four Development Projects by the Chinese Government," "Development Projects Contemplated by the Chinese Government," and "Initial Reconstruction Program for China," and correspondence with Neprud, Locke, Paul S. Hopkins and Wang, 1945-1946
Military assistance. Memoranda, messages, draft legislation, speeches and statements by Ching-ling Soong Sun (Madame Sun Yat-sen), clipping, Chinese communist press releases, clippings, typescript copies of "Intelligence Plan for Post-War China," and "Strength and Composition of Chinese Air Force," and correspondence with Paul W. Caraway, Ho Ying-chin, George C. Marshall, Carl Spaatz and others, 1945-1946
Soviet Union. Bulletins of the American-Russian Chamber of Commerce, printed excerpt, reports by Bland Calder, George Kennan and others, and a letter to Calder, 1945-1946
United States. Army Air Forces. 14th Air Force. Notes, memoranda, and letters by Claire Chennault and J. Hart Caughey, 1943-1946
United States. Navy Group in China. Memoranda, messages, and a letter to Richard P. Heppner (O.S.S.), 1944-1947
United States. Army. Services of Supply
General. Memoranda and correspondence with Henry S. Aurand, Gilbert X. Cheves and others, 1944-1945
Radio station. Memoranda, messages, and letters by Henry S. Aurand, 1945
Yenan Observer Group (Dixie Mission). Memoranda and correspondence with Ivan Yeaton and others, 1945-1946
Trips. Schedules, typescript report, and maps, 1944-1946
SECOND UNITED STATES ARMY, 1946 SEPTEMBER-1947 OCTOBER
General. Memoranda and diary entries, 1947
Abernathy, John A., 1947
Allan, C. V., 1947
Alsop, Joseph, 1947
Anderberg, Edward, 1947
Andrews, W. G., 1947
Avshalomoff, A., 1947
Barr, David G., 1947
Barrett, David, 1947
Bartlett, Boyd, 1947
Baxter, R. W., 1947
Bissell, Clayton, 1947
Bivins, Luther M., 1946
Blake, Ralph, 1947
Brink, Francis G., 1946-1947
Brown, Constantine, 1947
Byers, Clovis, 1947
Cairns, Huntington, 1947
Calder, Bland, 1947
Caraway, Paul W., 1947
Carter, Craig W., 1947
Caughey, Hart, 1946-1947
Chang, Carsun, 1947
Chang, Fa-kwei, 1947
Chang, P. H., 1947
Chen, Cheng, 1947
Chen, Chih-mai, 1946-1947
Chen, K. P., 1947
Chen, Y. Y., 1947
Cheng, Kai-min, 1947
Chennault, Claire L., 1947
Chiang, Chao-ho, 1947
Chiang, Kai-shek and Mei-ling Soong Chiang, 1946-1947
Chilikin, V. A., 1947
Chin, Cheng, 1947
Chinese Farmers' Party (S. T. Tung), 1947
Chu, Auyang, 1947
Clay, Lucius, 1947
Cline, Ray S., 1947
Clubb, O. Edmund, 1947
Compton, Karl, 1947
Conners, Bradley, 1947
Creasy, William M., 1947
Dallin, David J., 1947
Dau, Frederick J., 1947
Davis, Monnett, 1947
Davis, Spencer, 1947
Davis, Tommy, 1947
Deford, Earl, 1947
Demobilized Interpreting Officers Association, 1947
Devers, Jacob L., 1947
Dewey, Bradley, 1947
Donovan, William J., 1947
Dzau, Linson, 1947
Dzung, Kenyon V., 1947
Eddy, Manton S., 1946-1947
Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1947
Elias, Fred S., 1947
Embick, Stanley D., 1947
Enloe, Cortez F., 1947
Evans, Upshur, 1947
Figl, Leopold, 1947
Fitch, Geraldine, 1947
Folster, George, 1947
Forrestal, James, 1947
Freeman, Fulton, 1947
Gailey, Charles K., 1947
Gayle, Richard B., 1947
German League for Human Rights, 1947
Gilbertson, Ralph O., 1947
Gin, Tse-long, 1946-1947
Glasgow, Bill, 1947
Goode, Paul R., 1947
Gould, Randall, 1947
Gruenther, Alfred, 1947
Handy, Thomas T., 1947
Harriman, W. Averell, 1947
Ho, Ying-chin, 1947
Hodge, John R., 1947
Hoover, J. Edgar, 1947
Hsiao, Chin-Meng, 1947
Hsiung, Shih-hui, 1947
Huang, M., 1947
Hull, Cordell, 1947
Hurley, Patrick, 1946-1947
Hutchin, C. E., 1947
Jacobs, Joseph E., 1947
Jacobson, J. E., 1947
Kauffman, J. L., 1947
Keenan, Gregory F., 1947
Keightley, Charles, 1947
Kerr, George H., 1947
Keswick, John, 1947
King, Louise (Mrs. Woods King), 1947
Kingstone, Marina S., 1947
Koch, Adelbert, 1947
Korean Women's Nationalist Party, 1947
Krause, George H., 1946
Kuebart, Martin, 1947
Kullgren, John, 1947
Lamb, Samuel S., 1947
Lea, Thomas S., 1947
Leahy, William D., 1947
Lee, James H., 1947
Lemnitzer, Louis L., 1947
Lewis, John T., 1947
Li, Chai-sum, 1947
Li, Han-yuan, 1947
Li, Tsung-jen, 1947
Liao, Yao-siang, 1947
Linebarger, Paul M. A., 1947
Lipsman, J. G., 1946-1947
Litter, D. H., 1947
Liu, Snow-pine, 1947
Liu, Teh Ming, 1947
Lovett, Robert A., 1947
Lu, Han, 1947
Lucas, John P., 1947
Luce, Clare Boothe, 1946-1947
Luce, Henry R., 1947
Luedemann, Rudolf, 1947
MacArthur, Douglas, 1947
McClure, Robert B., 1947
McCune, Shannon, 1947
McKelway, B. M., 1947
Mahon, E. J., 1947
Marshall, George C., 1946-1947
Meyer, Paul, 1947
Meyer, Robert, 1947
Miller, Adelhail, 1947
Miller, Jack R., 1947
Milton, B., 1947
Moorad, George, 1946
Moore, Merrill, 1947
Mountbatten, Louis, 1946-1947
Muggeridge, Malcolm, 1947
Murphy, Paul, 1947
Neprud, Carl, 1947
Noble, C. H., 1947
Oexle, C. W., 1947
Olds, Archie, 1947
Ouang, Max and Eppy, 1947
Pan, Stephen Chao-ying, 1947
Parks, F. L., 1947
Parsons, Arthur M., 1947
Patterson, Paul, 1946
Patterson, Robert P., 1947
Peck, Walter R., 1947
Pee, Peter, 1946
Petersen, Howard C., 1947
Pi, Chung-kan, 1946
Pirnie, W. Bruce, 1947
Rhee, Syngman, 1947
Robertson, Walter S., 1947
Roosevelt, Quentin, 1947
Royall, Kenneth C., 1947
Schoyer, B. Preston, 1947
Sikorsky, Igor I., 1947
Smith, Bruce M., 1947
Smith, Linton B., 1947
Smyth, Robert L., 1947
Soong, T. V., 1946-1947
Spaatz, Carl, 1947
Spiker, C. J., 1947
Stamps, D. F., 1947
Stettinius, Edward, Jr., 1947
Stewart, G. C., 1947
Stuart, J. Leighton, 1947
Sun, Soong Ching Ling (Madame Sun Yat-sen), 1947
Talbot, Phillips, 1947
Ting, K., 1947
Trippe, J. T., 1947
Tseng, Hsi-kuei, 1947
Tu, Chien-shih, 1947
Turner, William, 1947
Tweedy, Gordon B., 1947
United Service to China (Mrs. John G. Coolidge), 1947
Utley, Freda, 1947
Van Brunt, Winslow, 1947
Vance, J. R., 1946
Vandenberg, Arthur H., 1947
Wagoner, John A., 1947
Wang, Shih-chieh, 1947
Wang, Shou Chin, 1947
Ward, Angus, 1947
Warner, Gerald, 1947
Weckerling, John, 1947
Wedemeyer, Mrs. A. A., 1947
Wedemeyer, A. D., 1947
Wei, Tao-ming, 1947
William, Maurice, 1947
Willis, Priscilla, 1947
Willoughby, Charles A., 1947
Woolnough, James, 1947
Wu, Chang Ying, 1947
Wu, K. C. and Edith, 1947
Yancey, William, 1947
Yao, Hsin-nung, 1947
Yeaton, Ivan, 1946
Young China Party (Tsien Chung Chou), 1947
Yu, Ta-wei, 1947
Yui, O. K., 1947
China. Contains material relating to the Wedemeyer Mission to China in 1947
General. Index, maps, and printed article, 1937-1947
Politics and government
General. Clippings, memoranda, notes, speeches by Chiang Kai-shek, typescript copies of reports, including "A General Statement Concerning Policies of the Chinese Government and their Implementation," Percy G. Black,"Comments on China," Joseph E. Jacobs,"Some Observations on the Situation in China," Lewis L. Leavell,"Cliques Within the Kuomintang and an Estimation Regarding its Capacity to Retain Governmental Control of China," Charles C. Stelle,"Contemporary China," and David N. Rowe,"Chinese Revolution" (with discussion transcript)
Communists. Clippings, memoranda, notes, and typescript reports, including answers to questions compiled by Chen Chih-mai at Wedemeyer's request, and Wang Shih-chieh,"Negotiation with the Chinese Communists," 1945-1947
Communism. Typescript copy of a legal brief, and mimeographed copy of a War Department report,"Study Showing the Relationship Between Jews and Communism," 1946-1947
Europe. Typescript reports by Wedemeyer,"Observations in Europe," and Kurt Hesse,"Will There Be a War?" memoranda, and mimeographed notes for a seminar series entitled "Britain's Power Position," 1946-1947
Middle East. Short typescript and lecture transcript, 1947
Nuclear weapons. Typescript report,"The Effects of the Atomic Bomb on National Security," 1947
Soviet Union. Transcription of a Canadian government report relating to Soviet espionage activity in that country, American-Russian Chamber of Commerce bulletin,"The Five-Year-Plan Program for the Restoration and Development of the Economy of U.S.S.R. for the Years " and typecript War Department reports relating to the Soviet presence in the Far East, 1946-1947 1946-1950,
Steel. Mimeograph War Department report,"Location and Accessibility to United States of Steel Hardening Elements," 1946
United States-Foreign relations
General. Printed articles, flyer, and mimeographed lectures by George F. Kennan,"Comments on the National Security Problem," and G. A. Lincoln,"Postwar Planning," 1946-1947
General. Reports, statements by Walter H. Judd and Robert P. Patterson, memoranda, notes, pamphlets, treaty texts, clippings, miscellany, proposals, letters, and typescript copies of Percy G. Black,"Comments on China," Owen Lattimore,"Far East in World Politics," and War Department reports,"American Aid for China," and "The Possibility of a Marshall Plan for the Far East," 1935-1947
General. Notes, memoranda, printed articles by Liu Hua-jui, letters, speech by C. A. Trexel, clipping, press release, miscellany, and a mimeographed War Department report,"A Comparison of the Effectiveness of the Chinese Communist Forces and the Chinese National Government Forces," 1947
Appointment logs and schedules, 1947
Intelligence file. Messages, memoranda, and reports, primarily relating to the Chinese communists and Soviet activity in China, 1947
Messages and memoranda, 1947 July-Sept.
General. Communications between Wedemeyer and George Marshall
War Department ("Opal")
War Department ("Jade")
Meeting minutes, 1947 July-Aug.
Personnel file. Memoranda, messages, and orders, 1947 July-Sept.
Press and public relations file. Clippings, press releases, memoranda, messages, letters, and notes, 1947 July-Oct.
Reports. Typescript copy of United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, China Office,"Information on Agricultural Rehabilitation Program," and A. C. Wedemeyer,"Report to the President," with distribution memorandum and letter, 1947 Aug.-Oct.
Trip file. Memoranda and messages, 1947 July-Sept.
Subject file. Korea
General. Memoranda, reports, letter, miscellany, and typescript copy of Joseph E. Jacobs,"Political Observations on Korea," 1947 July-Sept.
Chronological file. Notes, memoranda, letters, and messages, 1947 July-Sept.
United States-Military. Memorandum, bibliography, speech by J. E. Schaefer, and mimeographed report by George (?) Lincoln, 1946-1947
PLANS AND OPERATIONS DIVISION, GENERAL STAFF, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1947 OCTOBER-1948 NOVEMBER
Almond, Edward M., 1947
Barr, David, 1948
Berendsen, F. J., 1947
Bolton, Frances P., 1948
Bridges, Styles, 1948
Brink, Francis, 1947-1948
Bush, Vannevar, 1948
Byrd, Richard E., n.d.
Calder, Bland, 1948
Canham, Erwin D., 1948
Caraway, Paul, 1948
Carton de Wiart, Adrian 1947-1948
Chang, Carsun, 1948
Chen, Chih-mai, 1947-1948
Chiang, Kai-shek, 1947-1948
Chinese Farmers' Party (Tung Shih-Tsin), 1947-1948
Clay, Lucius, 1947
Cooke, Charles M., Jr., 1948
Donovan, William, 1948
Dzung, Kenyon, 1948
Eisenhower, Dwight, 1948
Ford, John, 1948
Forrestal, James, 1948
Gerow, L. T., 1947
Goddard, R. Victor, 1948
Gould, Randall, 1948
Harriman, W. Averell, 1948
Hays, George P., 1948
Hickerson, John, n.d.
Hillenkoetter, R. H., 1948
Hodge, John R., 1948
Hoge, W. M., 1948
Howard, Roy, Letter to Bernard Baruch 1948.
Huebner, C. R., 1948
Hull, J. E., 1948
Hull, Richard A., 1947-1948
Hurley, Patrick, 1947-1948
Keyes, Geoffrey, 1947-1948
Kilbourne, C. E., 1948
Kohlberg, Alfred, 1948
Koo, V. K. Wellington, 1947
Krueger, Walter, 1947
Kung, H. H., 1947-1948
Landon, Alf M., 1948
Leahy, William D., 1948
Levine, Isaac Don, 1948
Lincoln, George A., 1947
Lindbergh, Charles, 1947-1948
Linebarger, Paul M. A., 1948
Littell, Robert, 1947
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1947
Lovett, Robert A., 1948
MacArthur, Douglas and Jean, 1947
McBride, Horace L., 1948
McNamee, Roland, 1948
Marshall, George C., 1947-1948
Montgomery, Bernard L., 1948
Mountbatten, Louis, 1948
Mueller, Paul J., 1948
Norstad, Lauris, 1948
Omurtak, Salih, 1948
Overseas Writers, 1948
Pai, Chung-hsi, 1948
Rickenbacker, Edward M., 1948
Ridgway, Matthew B., 1948
Smith, Walter Bedell, 1948
Smith, Truman, 1947
Sokolsky, George, 1948
Speth, Hans, 1948
Stimson, Henry L., 1948
Stuart, Leighton, 1948
Taylor, Maxwell D., 1948
Walsh, Robert L., 1947-1948
Memoranda, 1948 Jan.-Nov.
Schedules, 1947 Nov. 13-Dec. 7
East Asia. Pamphlet, press release, and newsletter, 1948
European Recovery Program (Marshall Plan). Mimeograph report, 1947
Finland. Memoranda, 1948
Germany. Memorandum relating to the Nuremberg trials, two typescript book reviews by Stanley Embick, and a letter to Michael Faulhaber, 1947-1948
Intelligence. Memoranda, letter by F. S. Doll, lists, and map, 1948
Korea. Resolution, printed excerpts, and letters by B. C. Limb and Cornelius Osgood, 1947-1948
Middle East. Typescript report, speech by Lawrence H. Smith, printed excerpts, and letters by Percy G. Black and others, 1947-1948
Soviet Union. Mimeograph copies of Joseph K. Dickey,"The U.S.S.R.," printed excerpt, and letter by Boris A. Bakhmeteff, 1947-1948
United States-Foreign relations
General. Mimeograph and typescript reports, letters, statement by James Forrestal, and a memorandum of conversation with Averell Harriman, 1947-1948
China. Typescript copy of an interview with Charles Cooke, memoranda, clippings, statistical reports, mimeograph congressional report, speeches, statements by Douglas MacArthur and Walter Robertson, printed copy of P. C. Yu,"A Study of the Present Military Situation in China," and correspondence with Lee Hagood, Tzon Fah Hwang, Ernest Moy, Kenneth C. Royall, C. H. Wong and others, 1942-1948
United States-Military. Memorandum, speech by Alf Landon, and list relating to African-American personnel, 1947-1948
World War II. Strategic planning notes, n.d.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF STAFF, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1948 NOVEMBER-1949 SEPTEMBER
General. List, orders, and a personnel report, 1949
Acheson, Dean, 1949
Barr, David, 1948
Bellah, James W., 1949
Bridges, Styles, 1949
Brink, Francis, 1949
Calder, Bland, 1948
Chen, Li-fu, 1949
Chen, Cheng, 1949
Chiang, Yun-tien, 1948
Chough, Pyung Ok, 1949
Chun, Arthur, 1949
Clark, Ronald, 1949
Conolly, R. L., 1948-1949
Coulter, John B., 1949
Creel, George, 1948-1949
Culbertson, Ely, 1949
Davenport, Harold A., 1949
Davies, John, 1949
Dewey, Bradley, 1949
Donovan, William J., 1949
Draper, William H., 1949
Dzung, K. V., 1949
Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1948-1949
Fasano, Rodolfo, 1948-1949
Ford, John, 1949
Forrestal, James, 1949
Garside, B. A., 1948