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Rome, and Paris, 39, 502, lOtU
Europe, Economic Commission for, (ECE) 5th session,

summary of proceedings, 1022, 1063
Euroix\ National Committee for a Free, establishment, 962
European Economic Cooperation, Organization for
(OEEC), statements (Van Zeeland, Acheson), 99, 933
European Payments Union, background (Acheson, testi-
mony), 404, 681
European Recovery Program (ERP). See also Economic
Cooperation Administration.
Accomplishments, address (Russell), 758
Budget message for 1951 (Truman) , with table, 136
Demonstration of democracy, address (Truman), 349
Evaluation to be made by newspaper editors, 140
Greece, proposals for economic stability, U.S. note, 600
Relation to MDAP, address (Bruce), 229
Reviving economic levels in Europe, address (Truman),

1035
Significance (Acheson, address and testimony), 403, 589
Evans, James G., article, world wool situation, 32
Eschange-of-persons program. Sec International Infor-
mation Program.
Executive Orders:

Loyalty I'rugram (Ex. Or.98;^5). provisions of. 619
MDAP, Secretary of State to administer (Ex. Or. 1(X)99),
text, 296
Export Cioutrol Acts (1940, 1949), 189, 358, 513, 514, 515
Export-Import Bank:

Afghanistan, loan to, adilress (McGhee), 335
Argentina, loan to, correspondence (Miller, Potofsky),
and background, 800, SCO

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Export-Import Bank — Continuod

Ecuador, loan to, statement (Miller), 29

Guaranties for private investments abroad, legislation

urged, 130, 232
Indonesia, loan discussions, statement (Acheson),237
Yugoslav loan, 445
Extradition. ( "zechoslovak demand for return of eight

aviators landing three planes near Jlunich, 595
Extraterritoriality, China, treaty (1043), cited, 119,487

FAO. See Food and Agriculture Organization.
Far East :

Arms traffic, clandestine, article (Pomeroy), 191
Diplomatic and consular conferences :
Bangkok, 39, 342, 502
Tokyo, economic, 653
Economic Commission for Asia and the (ECAFE). See

Economic C!ommission, etc.
ILO regional labor conferences, and Asian Advisory
Committee, 142, 146, 223, 501
Far East, problems and U.S. policy, addresses, statements,
etc. :
Acheson :

National Press Club, 111, 1012
San Francisco, Commonwealth Club, 467
Senate testimony, 454, 943
Henderson, 562
Jessup (over ABC), 627
Kennan, 749
Far Eastern Commission (FEC) :

Policy decision, trial of Japanese war criminals, 244
Terms of Reference cited, 414
Far Eastern Economic Assistance Act (1950), text, 405
FEC. See Far Eastern (Commission.
Feden, Col. John E., AJMG, Trieste, shipping stimulated, .

report to ECA, 102
Feis, Dr. Herbert, appointment. Policy Planning Staff, 742
Figl, Leopold, Austrian Chancellor, Austrian reconstruc-
tion and economic development, report to ECA, 100
Finance :
Blocked assets, Bulgarian, Hungarian, and Rumanian,

disposition of, 524
Currency devaluation, factor in world trade, address

(Thorp), 592
Germany :
Conversion authorized, foreign-held assets, text of

regulations and lists of banks, 556
Validation of .securities and currencies, German and
non-German origin, Departmental and HICOM
announcements, 245, 560
Investment, private, problems of in South Asia, address

(McGhee),334
Investment abroad, conditions for, address (Miller),

and testimony (Acheson), 231, 553
Investment in American Republics, diplomatic confer-
ence discussion, 461
Finland:
Educational exchange actlTities, 243, 799
GATT, accession to, 815

U.N. membership application, General Assembly resolu-
tion, text, 6, 34
U.S. Minister (Cabot), appointed, 301



Finland — Continued
War debts, payments to finance educational exchange,
241, 243
Fischer, Margaret, U.S. citizen, denied Soviet exit, 438,

440
Fishburu, John T., designation in State Department, 303
Fisheries :
Halibut convention with Canada, signed, 525
Tuna Commission, convention (1949) with Costa Rica,
effective, 496
Flying Arroio, 28, 406

Foley, Howard H., Under Secretary of the Treasury, state-
ment, ratification of ITO charter urged (testimony),
1009
Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) :
Animal diseases, joint meetings with OIE, background

and U.S. delegation, 877
Council meeting, background and U.S. delegation, 780
5th session, report (Brannan), 124

Forestry and Forest Products Commission, Latin Amer-
ica, 2d meeting, 33
Infestation control conference, Latin American, 778
International Rice Commission, 2d session, 177, 222
Nutrition conferences. Southeast Asia and American

Republics, 177, 927
Poland, withdrawal, 777
U.S. contribution, 131, 487
Forced labor :

ECOSOC and ILO discussions, 382, 418, 501
U.S. citizens in Soviet labor camps, exchange of notes,
433
Ford, Peyton, Assistant to the Attorney General, corre-
spondence with Deputy Under Secretary Peurifoy on
Senator McCarthy's disloyalty allegations, 970
Foreign Economic Assistance Act (1950), support of:
Acheson, testimony, 552
Austin, statement, 1043
MiUer, address, 234

Truman, budget message for 1951, with table, 136
Truman, statement and letter to Representative Kee,

603, 1042
Wheeler, address, 678
Foreign exchange :
Argentina, postvcar problems, 801, 860
Costa Rica, exchange surcharges on imports, agreement

effected by exchange of notes, G94
Dollar reserves, factor in world trade, address (Thorp),

592
Germany, control of, law No. 53 (rev.), text, 17
Morocco, imports without official allocation, list, 98
Payments Union, European, establishment urged (Ache-
son, testimony), and background, 404, 681
Remittances from blocked assets of Balkan countries,

prohibited, 524
Reserves, ITO charter provisions for conserving, (Ache-
son, testimony), 691
Shortages, deterrent to investment abroad, address

(MiUer), 232
Sterling area, dollar oil imports cut, U. S. attitude, 30,

292, 555, 643
U.S.S.R., preferential diplomatic rates abolished, U.S.
note protesting, 561



Index, January fo June 1950



1075



Foreign Ministers, American, Habana meeting (1940),

cited, 2.S0
Foreign Ministers, Council of (CFM) :
Austrian peace treaty, resumption of negotiations by

Deputies, 731
German-Polish boundary, statement (Marshall, 1947),
cited, 1018
Foreign Ministers, Western, London meeting (May 1950) :
Announcements and summary, statements (Acheson,
Connally, Webb), 456, 651, 701, 742, 775, 827, 829,
8S3
Austria, declaration on, 828
Berlin, statement on, 1039.
German POW's, repatriation from U.S.S.R., statement

on, 1018
Germany, joint declaration on economic integration with

Western Europe and political sovereignty, 787
Germany, text of declaration on unity, 885
Near Eastern security and armaments control, declara-
tion, and statement (Truman), 886
Schuman Plan, text of proposal, 936 n.
Summary of results, address (Acheson, before Members
of Congress), 931
Foreign Policii Preparation, Posticar, 1939-1945, released,

503
Foreign Service :
Ambassadors, appointments :

Burma (Key), 502; Canada (Woodward), 10G2; Fin-
land (Cabot) , 301 ; Indonesia (Cochran), 55, 301 ;
Ireland (Garrett), 502; Pakistan (Warren), 301 ;
Union of South Africa (Erhardt), 1062; Yugo-
slavia (Allen), 301
Ambassadors, resignation, Iran (Wiley), 1062
Bulgaria :

Personnel and dependents listed, 352
U.S. Minister (Heath), recall requested, exchange of
notes, 1.59, 351, 353, 356
China (Communist) :

Evacuation of U.S. nationals, statements (Acheson),

119, 302, 406, 462, 487, 525, 568, 630, 755
Personnel and dependents listed, 179
Requisition of consular property, Peiping, by Com-
munists, U.S. notes, 119, 487
U.S. Vice Consul (Olive), detention and beating by
Shanghai police, 23
Communist persecution of alien employees :

Bulgaria (Shipkov and others), 353, 356, 387, 441
Czechoslovakia, 632, 684
Rumania, 733, 755
Conferences, diplomatic and consular:
Africa, Lourenro Marques, 39, 801, 420
American Republics, Rio de Janeiro, 38, 303, 421, 446,

461
Caribbean area, Habana, 38, 160, 282, 303
Eastern Europe, London, 39
Europe, Paris, 1061
Europe, Rome, 502
Far East, Bangkok, 39, 342, 502
Far East, Tokyo, 653
Near East, Cairo, 301
Near East, Istanbul, 39, 301
Consul General at Sydney (Smith), appointment, 1002



Foreign Service — Continued
Consular offices :

Asmara, reestablishment, 463, 1061 ; Bratislava, clos-
ing, 975 ; Bremen, elevated to Consulate General,
301; Canton, closing, 39; Chungking, closing, 39;
Dairen, closing, 39 ; Hankow, closing, 39 ; Kun-
ming, closing, 39 ; Manzanillo, closing, 302 ; Medan,
opening, 1061 ; Mukden, closing, 39 ; Peiping, clos-
ing, 119, 302, 406, 462, 487 ; Principe Island, trans-
ferred to Luanda district, 463 ; Salisbury, South-
ern Rhodesia, established, 1061 ; Sao Tom^ Island,
transferred to Luanda district, 463 ; Shanghai,
closing, 302, 406, 462, 1061 ; Sierra Leone, trans-
ferred to Monrovia district, 463 ; Somaliland,
Italian, transferred to Addis Ababa district, 463;
Surabaya, opening, 463, 1061 ; Tientsin, closing,
302, 406, 462; Stuttgart, elevated to Consulate
General, 301; Tihwa (Sinkiang), closing, 39;
Tsingtao, closing, 39, 179, 302 ; Valletta, reopening,
179, 502
Curasao, consular residence in Willemstadt deeded to

U.S., 462
Czechoslovakia :
U.S. press attach^ (Kolarek), recall requested, U.S.

notes, 684, 974
U.S. representation cut, background and U.S. note
protesting, 974
Daniels, Paul C, Ambassador to Ecuador, U.S. repre-
sentative on OAS Council, 302
Diplomatic offices :

Djakarta, opening, 4(53
Dublin, elevated to Embassy, 1061
Nanking, closing, 302, 406, 462, 463
Saigon, elevated to Legation, 292, 463
Examinations announced, 462, 983
Loyalty, address by Secretary Acheson, 711, 713
MDAP missions, status, 17
Ministers, appointment, Jordan (Drew), 301
Morocco, Consul General (Plitt) assumes duties as presi-
dent of International Control Committee for Tan-
gier, ISO
Olive, William M., Vice Consul, detention and beating

by Chinese Communist police, 23
Passports. See Passports.

Personnel, exchange with State Department, 107
Personnel Division, appointment to, 1062
Personnel guidance program, appointment to, 38
Rumania, legation staff, reduction and travel restric-
tions, statement (Webb), 921
Selection Board, 180

Service, John S., dislo.valty allegations by Senator Mc-
Carthy, denials, 328, 479, 710, 783, 967
Stanton, Edwin F., Ambassador to Thailand, appoint-
ment, U.S. representative on ECAFE, 1054
Waynick, Capus M., Ambassador to Nicaragua, to assist
in Point 4 program, 1062
Foreign Service Institute, training cour.se for local emis-
saries to Germany, 246, 461
Forestry and Forest Products Commission, Latin Amer-
ican, FAO, 2d meeting, 33
Formosa. See under China.



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France {sec also Foreign Ministers, Western; Foreign
Ministers, Council of) :
Austrian peace treaty, joins tripartite protest on U.S.S.R.

obstruction of, l(i2, ,S'_>N
EGA, effect of, statement (Scliuman), 100
German-looted gold, tripartite discussions on return of,

142
India, status of French colonies (Asst. Sec. McFall, letter

to Rep. Martin), 978
Schunian Plan, statements (Truman, Webb) and text

of proposal, S'JS, 930 ii.
Transfer of sovereignty to Laos, Cambodia, and Viet-
nam, 244
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Brussels pact (194S), supplementary agreement
(1949) signed (U.K., Benelux countries), text,
449, 499
Germany, tripartite agreements. See Germany,

treaties.
Mutual defense assistance, statements (Acheson, Tru-
man, Muntbe de Morgenstierne) and text, 16, 198,
205
Fred, Edwin B., appointment, U.S. Advisory Commission

on Educational Exchange, 1062
Free Europe, National Committee for a, establishment,

962
"Free Greece" radio, moved to Bucharest, 318
Freedom, communism, and "total diplomacy," address

(Acheson, Amer. Socy. of New.spaper Editors), 673
Freedom, definition of, address ( Webb over NBC ) , 230
Freedom of information :

ECOSOC discussion on rlraft covenant, 298
General Assembly resolution, 9
Freedom of Information and of the Press, U.N. subcom-

mission, summary of 4th session, 954
Friendship, treaties re. See under Treaties.
Fulbright Act (1940) :
Educational exchange agreements under, 283, 284, 285 ;
India, signed, 243; Korea, signed, 821; Turkey
(1949), signed, 65
Exchange opiwrtunities under. Near East, 976
Full employment, recommendations to ECOSOC, sum-
mary (Donahue), 604

Garrett, George A., appointment, U.S. Ambassador to

Ireland, 502
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). See

Tariffs and Trade, General Agreement on.
General Assembly :

Commissions and committees established, 4th session,

table listing, 68
Conciliation Committee (Greek question), 4, 307, 365
First Committee, report on former Italian colonies,

text, 904
Greece, discussions re, summary article (Howard), 307,

365
Interim Committee:
Italian colonies, former, and Chinese case, summary

of action, 5, 145, 262
Reestablished, resolution, 6
Italian colonies, former. See under Italy.



General Assembly — Continued
Resolutions :
Arms and armed forces, reduction and regulation of

(Dec. 5, 1949), 7
Atomic energy (Nov. 23 and Dec. 1, 1949), 5, 7
Budget, U.N. (Dec. 10, 1949), 13
China, sovereignty (Dec. 8, 1949), 5
Conferences, international, rules for calling (Dec. 3,

1949), 15
Essentials of peace (Dec. 1, 1949), 5
Freedom of information (Oct. 20, 1949), 9
Genocide. See Genocide.
Greek question (Nov. 18, 1949), 3
Human rights, violations of, by Bulgaria, Hungary,
and Rumania, advisory opinion of International
Court of Justice requested (Oct. 22, 1949), 6, 444
Indonesia (Dec. 7, 1949), 7

Interim Committee, reestablished (Nov. 21, 1949), 6
International Children's Emergency Fund (Dec. 2,

1949), 9
International Court of Justice, conditions for Liech-
tenstein's becoming party to Statute (Dec. 1,
1949), 14
International Law Commission (Dec. 6, 19*9), 15
Italian colonies, former, status (Nov. 21, 1949), 4, 5,

895
Labor, immigrant (Nov. 17, 1949), 10
Membership (Nov. 22, 1949), texts, 6, 34
Palestine, Internationalization of Jerusalem (Dec. 9,

1949), 8
Palestine refugees, relief agency for (Dec. 8, 1949), 7
Postal Administration, U.N. (Oct. 20, 1949), 13
Refugees, Office of High Commissioner for, established

(resolution of Dee. 3, 1949), 10, 460
Repatriation (Nov. 18, 1949) , Gre«k children, 3
Rights and duties of states, draft declaration on (Dec.

6, 1949), 15
South West Africa, status of (Dec. 6, 1949), 12
Specialized agencies, relation to U.N. and budget,

(Nov. 24, 1949), 9
Technical assistance (Nov. 16, 1949), 8
Traffic in persons, and prostitution (Dec. 2, 1949) , 10
Treaties, registration with U.N. and publication of,

(Dec. 1, 1949), 14
Trust territories, administrative unions affecting

(Nov. 15, 1949), 11
Trusteeship. Special Committee on information trans-
mitted under Article 73 (e), established, 12
UNCOK, continuation of (Oct. 21, 1949), 6
U.N. member.ship, veto of, Security Council requested
to abstain from, and International Court of Jus-
tice advisory opinion sought (Nov. 22, 1949), text,
6, 36
World Health Organization, headquarters, Geneva
(Dec. 10, 1949), 14
Spain, resolution (1946) on diplomatic missions in,
background and U.S. attitude, letter (Acheson to
Connally), 156
Summary, article (Brown), 3
Geneva convention, supervision of trade in arms and im-
plements of war (1925) , 188, 509, .511.



Index, January /o June 1950



1077



Genocide :
Discussion of U.N. action (Tate), 91
General Assembly resolution (Dec. 11, 1946), statement
(Rusk), 163
Gerig, Benjamin, denial of alleged statement on Point 4,

413
"German Democratic Republic," organization, article, with

chart (HICOG Information Bulletin), 482
German-looted gold, tripartite discussions on return, 142
Germany, Federal Republic of :

Allied High Commission (HICOM), powers, article

(Mahoney), 547
Amerika Hans, opening of, address (McCloy) , 275
Aviation, civil, U.S. policy, ACC report, 493
Berlin, poll on political and economic conditions, sum-
mary, 736
Berlin blockade, U.N. action to end, address (Bancroft),

168
Boundary with Poland, U.S. position, 1017
Bremen, U.S. Consulate elevated to Consulate General,

301
Bundestag members, visit to U.S., 633
Claims, filing period and procedure, 686, 818
Conditions and U.S. objectives, addre.sses (McCloy),

195, 275, 587
County-level representatives of U.S., 246, 461
EGA, effect of, statement (Bluecher), 102
Education, English-language newspaper for schools,

initiation, 496
Elections, proposals for, U.S. note and Federal Repub-
lic resolution, 884
Entry permits, regulations liberalized, 736
Exchange-of -persons activities, (533
Foreign bank accounts in Berlin, conversion authorized,

text of regulation and lists of banks, 556
Foreign exchange and movement of property, law No. 53

(rev.), text, 17
HICOM, background and operation, article (Mahoney),

547
Integration with Western Europe, addresses, state-
ments, etc. :
Acheson (London), 789
McCloy, 195, 277, 588
Mahoney, 551
Mainz Psalter recovered, 487
Occupation Statute :

Discussion, article (Mahoney), 547
Review of, joint declaration of Western Foreign Min-
isters, 788
Radio frequencies changed, 567

Relief fund, established by paintings exhibition, 326
Saar, U.S. attitude, address (McCloy), 278
Securities and currency, German and non-German
origin, validation of, Departmental and HICOM
announcements, 245, 560
Stuttgart, Consulate elevated to Consulate General, 301
Treaties and agreements re Germany :

Reparations agreements (1949), diseu.ssion, 142, 787
Ruhr Authority and economic integration with West-
ern Europe, recommendations (1948), 548, 551, 787
Wehrmacht, dissolution of ((Control Council Law 34,
1946), 919

1078



Germany, Federal Republic of — Continued
Western Foreign Ministers' declarations :
Berlin, 1039

Integration with Western Europe and political sov-
ereignty, 787
Peace treaty, Soviet obstruction, 787
Repatriation of POW's, 1018
Unity, 885
Germany, 19^7-^9: The Story in Documents, released, 663
Germany (Soviet zone) :

Communist tactics of control, article, with chart (HI-
COG Information Bulletin). 482
Police force, paramilitary, background, 919
Remilitarization, U.S. note protesting, citing certain
documents, 918
GifEord, Roy W., alleged Gerig statement on Point 4, 413
Goa, status of (Asst. Sec. McFall, letter to Rep. Martin),

978
Goldman, Mrs. Olive Remington, U.S. representative. Com-
mission on Status of Women, ECOSOC, 300
Gonzalez Videla, Gabriel, President of Chile, visit to U.S.,

602, 699
Goubaud Carrera, Antonio, credentials as Guatemalan

ambassador to U.S., 142
Grady, Henry F., Ambassador to Greece, statements :
Greek aid program, accomplishments (testimony), 1046
Greek recovery and elections, 245
Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway and power project,
importance of (Acheson, testimony in support of H. J.
Res. 271), 765
Greece :
Assistance acts (1947, 1948), budget message for 1951
with table (Truman), and summary of accomplish-
ments (Grady, testimony), 136, 975, 1046
Children, repatriation, 4, 308, 315, 318, 319, 365, 366,

368, 370, 371, 687, 688
EGA, effect of, statement ( Stephanopoulos ) , 100
Elections, statement (Grady), 245
Elections, U.S.S.R. proposal for U.N. supervision, 365,

369
Exchange-of-persons activities, 755
GATT, accession to, and tariff concessions, 414, 613, 695
Greek problem discussed in the U.N. :
■ Articles (Howard), 307, 365

General Assembly resolutions, 3, 307, 308, 370
Rfeum^, address (Bancroft), 169
Military assistance to, 136, 227, 365, 367, 368, 369, 370
Political executions, U.N. discussions, 4, 307, 365
Production and economic stability, proposals for, U.S.

note, 600
Recovery and repatriation, statement (Grady), 245
Repatriation, 3, 308, 315, 318, 319, 365, 366, 368, 370,

371, 687, 688
Tax conventions, signed, 413

"Total diplomacy" in action, statement (Acheson), 428
U.N. observation grounp, UNSCOB, completes tour of,
1021
"Greece, Provisional Democratic Government of," 308
Greenwald, Joseph A., article, international and domestic

patent systems, 1027
Grew, Joseph C, and Gen. Lucius Clay, correspondence
with President Truman, establishment of Committee
for a Free Europe, 902

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Griffin Mission to Southeast Asia, economic aid recom-
mendations, statements (Webb, Acheson), and U.S.
note, 411, 791, 869, 977
Gross, Ernest A., Deputy Representative to U.N., ad-
dresses :
Collective security and action for peace, 372
Kashmir dispute, 382

U.S.S.H. boycott of Security CouncU, U.S. attitude, 166
Guatemala :
Ambas-sador to U.S. (Goubaud Carrera), credentials,

142
Dominican Republic, dispute with, action taken by OAS
and ancillary bodies, discussion, 279
Gubitchev, Valentin A., U.S.S.R. spy, deportation recom-
mended, 445
Guerrillas, Philippine, letter from Secretary Acheson to
Governor Manuel Cuenco on status for back pay, 820

Habana Charter. See International Trade Organization.
Haiti :
Bicentennial Exposition, U.S. Commissioner (Young),

104, 300
Diplomatic relations, status of, 1011
Dominican Republic, dispute with, action taken by OAS,

and text of decisions, 279, 771, 923
Exchange-of-persons activities, 406
GATT, accession to, and tariff concessions, 30, 695
Trade agreement (1935), inoperative, 30
Hall, William O., designation in State Department, 1062
Halle, Louis J., designation in State Department, 303
Handicapped, discussion by Social Commission, 702
Hankow, U.S. consulate closing, 39

Hanson, Haldore, disloyalty allegations by Senator Mc-
Carthy, denials, 479 n., 480, 577
Hatch Act (1921), provisions regarding disloyalty, 620
Hayes, Samuel P., Jr., address. Point 4, background and

potential, 214
Health (see also World Health Organization) :
Nutrition Conferences for Southeast Asia and American

Republics, FAO, 177, 927
Pacific islands, trusteeship report to U.N., 458
Pneumoconiosis, ILO conference, U.S. delegation, 300
Heath, Donald R., Minister to Bulgaria :

Recall requested, exchange of notes, 1.59, 351, 353, 356
Suspension of diplomatic relations v^'ith Bulgaria,
causes, addresses, 397, 442
Henderson, Loy W., Ambassador to India, addresses, In-
dia and Asia, relations with U.S., 43, 562
Henkel, airs. Katherine Mandel, U.S. citizen, denied Soviet

exit, 438, 440
Herbruger, Rodolfo Florencio, credentials as Panamanian

Ambassador to U.S., 447
HICOM. See Allied High Commission for Germany.
High Frequency Broadcasting Conference, ITU, 533, 571,

612
High seas, Chinese violation of U.S. rights on, U.S. note

protesting, 406
Hiss, Alger, Secretary Acheson's explanation of position,

412
Hoffman, Paul G., Economic Cooperation Administrator,
European tasks in economic recovery, statement, 99



Honduras :
Army and Air Force missions, agreements signed, 453
Exchange-of-persons activities, 698
Hoover Commission, recommendations for Departmental

reorganization implemented, 302, 660
Howard, Harry N., article, Greek problem in the U.N.,

307, 365
HoweU, J. Carney, designation in State Department, 1062
Hughes, Ruth M., designation in State Department, 303
Hughes, William P., designation in State Department, 303
Hull, Cordell, correspondence with Senator Tydings on
Lattimore disloyalty allegations by Senator McCarthy,
973
Hulten, Charles M., appointment, general manager, Inter-
national Information and Educational Exchange Pro-
gram, 107
Human rights, Bulgarian, Hungarian, and Rumanian vio-
lations of peace treaty clauses (1947), International
Court of Justice proceedings, 6, 93, 97, 353, 418, 442,
444, 573, 737, 738, 743
Human Rights, Declaration on, background, address

(Tate), 91
Human rights, draft international covenant, discussion
and texts of revised covenants, article (Simsarian),
and statements (Webb), 67, 93, 223, 703, 782, 878, 945
Human Rights Commission, U.N. :
Minorities, protection of, 82, 106, 223
6th session, U.S. delegation and summary of meeting,
536, 538, 703, 782, 823, 1022
Humelsine, Carlisle H., appointment. Deputy Assistant

Secretary, 142
Hungary :
Consulates in New York and Cleveland closed, exchange

of notes, 95, 398
Diplomatic relations, status of, statement (Acheson),

and U.S. note, 377, 398
Jacobson, Israel, detention by secret police, exchange of

notes, 95
Nationalization of property, violation of treaties, U.S.

note, 399
Passports not valid, U.S. note and background, 398, 399
Remittances from blocked assets in U.S., prohibited, 524
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Friendship, commerce, and consular rights (1925),

violations charged, exchange of notes, 95, 399
Peace treaty (1947) viulatiims, International Court of
Justice and General Assembly proceedings, 6, 93,



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