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97, 418, 444, 573, 737, 738, 743
VOA broadcast of recorded Mindszenty address, 333
Vogeler, Robert A., detention by secret police and trial,
exchanges of notes and statements, 21, 95, 323, 326,
378, 398
Hunsberger, Warren S., designation in State Department,

742
Hyde, Dr. H. van Zile, appointment as Director, Division
of Health and Sanitation, Institute of Inter-American
Affairs, 142
Hydrogen bomb research to continue, statement (Truman) ,
229



Index, January fo June 1950



1079



lA-ECOSOC. See Inter-American Economic and Social

Council.
ICAC. See International Cotton Advisory Committee.
ICAO. See International Civil Aviation Organization.
ICEF. See International Children's Emergency Fund.
Iceland, ECA, effect of, statement (Olafson), 101
ICFTU. See International Confederation of Free Trade

Unions.
ILO. See International Labor Organization.
Immigration :

Indigent aliens. Social Commission discussion, 654
Regulations, effect on educational exchange, 242
India (see also Kashmir) :
Constitution effective, 243
Economic development, problems of, address (McGhee),

335
Educational exchange agreement, signed, 243
Educational exchange opportunities, under Fulbright

Act, 977
France, status of colonies (Asst. Sec. McFall, letter to

Rep. Martin), 978
Minorities, protection of, discussions with Pakistan,

statement (Jessup), 628
Pakistan, relations with, statements (Acheson), 631, 7.38
Portugal, negotiations re status of Goa (Asst. Sec. Mc-
Fall, letter to Rep. Martin), 978
Security Council membership, elected to, 3
U.S. relations with, addresses (Henderson, Acheson) , 43,
118, 566
Indochina. See Vietnam ; Laos ; Cambodia.
Indonesia (see also United Nations Commission for Indo-
nesia) :
Ambassador to U.S. (Sastroamidjojo), credentials, 411
Exchange-of -persons activities, 861

Export-Import Bank loan discussions, statement (Ache-
son), 237
GATT, accession to, 613
General Assembly resolution on, 7
ILO, membership in, 1023
Independence, statement (Truman), 55
Insurrection, Westerling, statement (Acheson), 219
Medan, U.S. Consulate opening, 1061
Surabaya, U.S. Consulate opening, 463, 1061
"Total diplomacy" in action, statement (Acheson), 428
U.N. action to end conflict, address (Bancroft), 168
UNESCO membership, application, 298
U.S. Ambassador (Cochran), appointment, 55, 301
U.S. policy, address (Henderson), 5(54
VOA broadcasts initiated, 05
WHO, membership in, 1023
Industrial property, patents, discussion of international

and domestic systems, article (Greenwald), 1027
Infestation control, FAO Latin American conference, back-
ground and U.S. delegation, 778
Information, U.S. Advisory Commission on, 2d report and

appointments to, 97, .300
Institute of Inter-American Affairs:
Appointments (Hyde, Iverson), 142, 1062
Role in American Republics, address (Miller), 798
Technical assistance, role in, address (Barber), 804
Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR), di.scn.ssion of (Jes-
sup), 518, 023
Inter-American Affairs, Bureau of, reorganization, 302



Inter- American Economic and Social Council (lA-
ECOSOC) :
Extraordinary session, and U.S. delegation, 417, .536
Results of conference, address (Miller), 650
Technical assistance, role in, address (Barber) , 805
U.S. representative (Nufer), assignment, 302
Inter-American Peace Committee, background and ex-
amples of activities, 280, 3.57
Inter-American Radio Conference, 4th, 259
Inter-American Statistical Congress, 2d, article (Rice),

141, 610
Interdepartmental Committee on Scientific and Cultural
Cooperation, role in technical assistance, address
(Barber), 804
Intergovernmental Maritime Consultative Organization

(IMCO), 538
International Administrative Aeronautical Radio (Con-
ference, 338
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development,

Poland, withdrawal from, 497
International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF),
summary of action and Soviet boycott, 9, 418, 456, 460,
654, 702, 1063
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) :
Aeronautical radio frequencies, study of, 338
Altimeter-setting procedure conference, background and

U.S. delegation, 779
Aviation policy, international, report of the ACC, 488
Caribbean air navigation meeting, U.S. delegation, 617
4th assembly, background and U.S. delegation, 981,

1023
Frequency-assignment planning meeting, U.S. delega-
tion, 617
Legal Committee, 5th session, 104
Meteorology division, 3d session, U.S. delegation, 299
Southeast Asia, frequency-assignment conference, back-
ground and U.S. delegation, 778
Telecommunication meeting, and U.S. delegation, 536
International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICF-
TU), 501, 799
International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC), 9th

meeting, background, 875
International Court of Justice :
Bulgarian, Hungarian, and Rumanian violations of
peace treaty clauses (1947), advisory opinion, 6,
94, 418, 444, 573, 737, 743
Liechtenstein, conditions for becoming party to statute,

14
South West Africa, status of, advisory opinion re-
quested, and summary of hearings, 13, 955
Summary of proceedings, 418, 743
U.N. membership, advisory opinion, 6, 34, 341, 418
International Development Act (Point 4). See Foreign

Economic Assistance Act (1950).
International Information and Educational Exchange Pro-
gram (see also Voice of America) :
Africa, objectives in, address (JIcGhee) , 1002
Agreements signed, under Fulbright Act (1946), 283,
284, 285; India, 243; Korea, 821; Turkey (1949),
65
Czechoslovakia, USIS office, closure ordered, statement
(Acheson), affidavit (Kosmak), and U.S. notes, 632,
684



1080



Department of State BuUetin



Intematioual Information and Educational Exfliange Pro-
gram — Continued
Educational Exchange, U.S. Advisory Commission on,

2d reiH)rt and appointment, 2;{S, 2S;{, l(lt>2
Educational exchange, 3d semiannual reix)rt by State

l>epartment, 2S()
Educational exchange activities :

Argentina, 174 ; Brazil, IGti, 174, 973, 1056; Chile, 174;
Colombia, 799 ; Cuba, 174 ; Egypt, 970 ; Finland,
243, 799; India, 976; Iran, 976; Korea, 978, 1049;
Mexico, 174; Peru, 174; Portugal, 402
Exchange-of-per.sons activities :

Bolivia, 453; Burma, 770; Chile, 453, Colombia, 402,
(!()2; Ecuador, 770; El Salvador, 9S0; Germany,
033; Greece, 7.'i5; Haiti, 406; Honduras, 6!>S;
Indonesia, 861 ; Japan, 28, 593, 003 ; Lebanon, 861 ;
Mexico, 445 ; Norway, 774, 078 ; Paraguay, 688 ;
Syria, 602 ; Turkey, 402, 633, 817 ; U.K., 774, 861 ;
Uruguay, 973 ; Vietnam, 978
Hulten. Cliarles M., appointed general manager, 107
Information, U.S. Advisory Commission on, 2d report

and appointment.s, 97, .SOO
Information-exchange prcgram, article (Block), 987
Near East, teaching and research opportunities, under

Fulbright Act, 976
Objectives and techniques, address (Barrett) , 992
Penetration of the Iron Curtain, address (Sargeant) , 330
Rumania, USIE activities suspended, employees perse-
cuted, exchange of notes, 443, 732, 755
USIE, orientation for foreign employees, 995
International Joint Commission on boundary waters, 765
International Labor Organization (ILO) :

Asian Advisory Committee established, 223, 501
Asian Regional Conference, 142, 146, 223
Chemical Industries Committee, 2d session, U.S. dele-
gation, 652
Conference, 3:5d session, background and U.S. delegation,

926, 1023
Governing Body, 110th, 111th, and 112th sessions, back-
ground and U.S. delegations, 66, 70, 106, 417, 510, 927
Immigrant labor, convention on. General Assembly reso-
lution, 10
Migration conference, U.S. delegation and summary of

proceedings, 106, 779, 822
Pneumoconiosis conference, U.S. delegation, 300
Technical assistance program, and relation to OAS, 66
Trade-union rights, violations of, 66, 106, 340
Vocational training of adults, preparatory conference,
U.S. delegation, 261
International Law Commission, U.N., 15, 1021
International Monetary Fund (IMF), Poland, withdrawal

from, 497
International Office of Epizootics (OIE), joint meeting
with FAO on animal diseases, background and U.S.
delegation, 877
International Organizations in Which the United States

Participates, released, 423
International Refugee Organization (IRO), General Coun-
cil and Executive Committee sessions, program, sum-
mary, and U.S. delegations, 383, 460, 500, 539
International Telecommunication Union (ITU) :
Aeronautical radio frequencies, problem of, 337
Council, 4th session, summary (Kelly), 143



Internalional Tclcconnuunication Union (ITU) — Con.
High Frequency Broadcasting conference, and U.S.S.U.

boycott, 5;W,. 571, 612
Press rates, U.S. position on, 497
Television .study by subcommittee, 615
International Tin Study Group, 5th meeting. U.S. dele-
gation, 500
International Trade Organization (ITO) :
Habana Charter (1948), background and explanation of
provisions:
Acheson, testimony, 689
Brown, addresses, 62, 132
Foley, testimony, 1009
Johnson, letter to Kee, 1055
Thorp, address, 593

Truman, budget message (1951), and address, 136, 350
Summary of Charter, by chapters, 634, 722, 760, 809,

804, 959
Tin control proposals, relation to, articles (Nichols),
47. 729
International Union for the Protection of Industrial Prop-
erty, background, article (Greenwald) , 1028
Iran:

Economic and military assistance, U.S. attitude, 54
Educational exchange opportunities, under Fulbright

Act, 977
Military aid program requirements (Wiley, testimony),

1048
Military assistance agreement, signed, exchange of notes,

922
Military assistance to, 227
Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, visit to U.S. and joint

statement with President Truman, 54
U.N. action to stop Soviet aggression, address (Ban-
croft ) , 170
U.S. Ambassador (Wiley), resignation, 1062
Ireland :

ECA, effect of, statement (McBride), 101

Friendship, commerce, and navigation, treaty before

Senate, testimony (Thorp), 296, 812
U.N. membership application. General Assembly reso-
lution on, text, 6, 35
U.S. Ambassador (Garrett), appointment, 502
Iron Curtain, penetration of by USIE and VOA, address

(Sargeant), and article (Kohler), 330, 430
Isbrandsten Line (Flying Arrow), 28, 406
Israel (see also Palestine) :

Air transport agreement, signed, 1043
Armaments control, statements by Western Foreign
Ministers and President Truman, 886
Italy :
ECA, effect of, statement (Pella), 101
Former colonies (Eritrea, Libya, Somaliland) :

General Assembly, report of First Committee, text, 904
General Assembly action, articles (Wainhouse and

Mangano), 832, 887
General Assembly resolutions, texts, 4, 5, 895
Interim Committee discussion, 262
Peace treaty provisions re disposal, 616, 832, 887
Trusteeship Council action, 105, 178, 501
U.N., summary of activities and discussion, 1021
GATT, accession to, 816



Index, January to June 1950



1081



Italy — Continued
Message to Secretary Acheson (Sforza) on KAT anni-
versary, 776
Treaties, agreements, etc. :
Mutual defense assistance, statements (Acheson, Tru-
man, Munthe de Morgenstlerne) , and text, 16, 198,
208
Peace treaty (1947) :
Former colonies, provisions re, 616, 832, 887
Trieste, U.S.S.R. charges of violations by U.K., U.S.,
France, statement (Acheson) and U.S. note,
701, 1054
Trieste. See Trieste.

U.N. membership application, General Assembly resolu-
tion on, text, 6, 35
ITO. See International Trade Organization.
ITU. See International Telecommunication Union.
Iverson, Kenneth R., appointment. President, Institute of
Inter-American Affairs, 1062

Jacobson, Israel, detention and expulsion by Hungary, ex-
change of notes, 95
Jamison, Edward A., designation in State Department, 303
Japan :
Agreements and conferences, international, directive to

SCAP allowing participation, 414
Ambassador Dulles, visit to in interests of peace treaty,

statement (Dulles), 998, 1061
Exchange-of-persons activities, 28, 593, 603
Postwar problems, address (Acheson), 117
Repatriation of POW's from Soviet areas, statement

(Sebald) and U.S. note, 24, 102
Trade-promotion offices opened in U.S., 819
Treaties, agreements, etc. :
International Telecommunication convention (1947),

accession to, 144
Trade agreement with Burma, signed, 525
U.S. policy, address (Henderson), 563
War criminals, trial, U.S.S.R. attitude and FEC deci-
sion, 244
Jarema, John, U.S. citizen. See Yarema.
Jerusalem, internationalization of. See under Palestine.
Jessup, Philip C, Ambassador at Large :
Addresses, statements, etc. :
Disloyalty allegations by Senator McCarthy, denial of,

516, 623
Far East, problems and U.S. poUcy (over ABC) , 627
Designation as Ambassador at Large, statement (Ache-
son), 661
Disloyalty allegations by Senator McCarthy, American

Legion Post resolution condemning, 971
McCarthy disloyalty allegations denied by Department,
964, 966, 967, 969, 1013
Johnson, Louis, Secretary of Defense, letter to Representa-
tive Kee urging ratification of ITO Charter, 1055
Johnstone, James R., de.signation in State Department, 378
Jones, S. Shepard, designation in State Department, 303
Jordan :
U.N. membership application. General Assembly resolu-
tion on, text, 6, 35
U.S. Minister (Drew), appointment, 301
Jurists, Inter- American Council of, OAS, 1st meeting,
background and U.S. delegation, 878



1082



Karsten, Representative Frank M., statement regarding

disloyalty allegations by Senator McCarthy, 752
Kashmir :
Security Council :

Demilitarization, resolution on, text, 537, 618, 628
Discussion, summary, 262, 382, 418, 459, 618
Report to (McNaughton), 66
Representative (Dixon), appointment, 618
Representative, Terms of Reference, text, 537
U.N. action to end conflict, address (Bancroft), 169
Kazun, Valentin [Valentina] and Vladimir, minors, ques-
tion of Soviet exit, 436, 437, 440
Kee, Representative John, organization of Foreign Rela-
tions consultative subcommittees, letter to Secretary
Acheson, 886
Keeney, Mrs. Mary Jane, charges against, 328
Kellerman, Henry J., designation in State Department,

783
Kellogg-Briand pact (1928), cited, 510
Kelly, Helen G., article, ITU Council, 4th session, 143
Kennan, George F., Counselor of the Department :
Diplomatic conference, Rio de Janeiro, 39, 461
Record of, 711
U.S. policy, especially re Far East and China, address.

747
War with U.S.S.R., probability of, article, 267
Kerr, Robert M., designation in State Department, 378
Key, David McK., appointment as U.S. Ambassador to

Burma, 502
Kidder, Randolph A., designation in State Department,

303
Kohler, Poy D., Iron Curtain, VOA penetration of, article,

430
Kolarek, Joseph C, press attach^, recall requested by

Czechoslovakia, U.S. notes, 684, 974
Korea (see also United Nations Commission on Korea) :
Cairo Declaration (1943), provisions re disposal, cited,

454
Ambassador Dulles, visit to and statement, 998, 1061
Economic assistance, budget message for 1951 (Tru-
man), text of act (1950), and testimony (Acheson),
136, 405, 454
Economic assistance. House action on bill (1949), state-
ment (Truman) and letter (Acheson), 212, 972
Educational exchange activities, 978, 1049
Elections, postponement, and inflation, U.S. aide-
memoire, 602
Military aid program, requirements of (Muccio, testi-
mony), 1048
Military assistance to, 227
Treaties and agreements :

Educational exchange, under Fulbright Act, signed,

821
Military advisory group, signed, 212, 4.54
Military assistance, under Mutual Defense Assistance
Act, signed, 212, 454
U.N. membership application. General Assembly resolu-
tion on, text, 6, 35
tJ.N. sponsorship of government, address (Bancroft),

170
UNESCO membership, application, 298
U.S. postwar policy, address (Acheson) , 117

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flTRORI — HI-



Kosmak, Katharine, director, USIS, Praha, persecution

by Czech secret police, affidavit, 684
Kriog, William L., designation in State Department, 303
Krivenka, George U.S. citizen, denied Soviet exit, 435, 440
Kunming, U.S. Consulate closing, 39

Labor {see also International Labor Organization ; Trade-
unions) :
AmeriL'an Kepublics, role in, address (Miller), 797
Caribbean area, role in, discussion at diplomatic confer-
ence, reixjrt, 160
Economic, Employment, and Development Commission,
ECOSOC, 5th session, summary, 145, 178, 340, 604
Forced :
ECOSOC and ILO discussions, 328, 418, 501
U.S.S.R., U.S. citizens in lal)or camps, exchange of
notes, 433
Immigrant, General Assembly resolution, 10
Slavery. ECOSOC ad hoc committee on, 341, 418
United Public Workers of America, State Department
withdraws recognition, 422
Lacy, William S. B., designation in State Department, 463
Lall, Shamaldliaree, appointment, Assistant Secretary-
General, U.N., 106
Language rights, of minorities, 223
Laos :
Economic aid program established, U.S. note and state-
ments (Acheson), 821, 977
Recognition by U.S., 291
Sovereignty, transfer to, by France, 244
WHO, membership in, 1023
Lattimore, Owen, disloyalty allegations by Senator Mc-
Carthy, and denials, 479 n., 655, 964, 906, 968, 972,
1012, 1017
LaukhufC, Perry, designation in State Department, 783
League of Nations, arms trade, efforts to regulate, article

(Pomeroy), 508
Lebanon, exchange-of-persons activities, 861
Lebel, Arthur L., article, aeronautical communications,

337
Lehrbas. Lloyd A., appointment. Special Assistant to the

Under Secretary, 303
Lend Lease Act (1941), cited, 513

Lend-lease settlement, U.S.S.R., icebreakers, return re-
quested, U.S. note, 818
Liaquat Ali Khan, Pakistani Prime Minister, visit to U.S.,

455, 755
Liberia :
GATT, accession to, 816

Sierra Leone, transferred to Monrovia consular district,
463
Libya :

General Assembly :

Draft re.solutions, texts, 4, 895
First Committee report, text, 904
Slinmiary of discussion, articles (Wainhouse and
Mangano), 832, 887
Trusteeship Council discussion, 501
U.N. Commissioner (Pelt), elected, 5
U.N. Council on, U.S. delegation, 616
Lie, Tryg^-e, U.N. Secretary-General, visit to Moscow,
statement (Acheson) and memorandtmi to U.N. mem-
bers (Lie), 1050, 1051



I^iechtenstein, conditions for becoming party to Statute

of International Court of Justice, 14
Loyalty {see also under State Department) :
Files, refusal to release (Truman, letter to Sen. Tyd-

ings), 622
Operation of Federal program, address (Truman), 707
Luxembourg, treaties, agreements, etc. :
Brussels pact (1948), supplementary agreement (1&49),
signed (U.K., France, other Benelux countries),
text, 449, 499
Mutual defense assistance agreement, signed, state-
ments (Acheson, Truman, Munthe de Morgen-
stierne) and text, 16, 198, 247

McBride, Sean, Irish Minister for External Affairs, state-
ment, Irish economic development, report to ECA, 101
McCarthy, Senator Joseph, allegations regarding Depart-
mental Loyalty and Security Program, citing certain
persons, answered by statements (Acheson, Barrett,
Peurifoy, Snow), 327, 463, 479, 619, 655, 658, 710, 711,
747, 752, 963, 1012
Brunauer, 479 n., 481, 574
Duran, 328

Hanson, 479 n., 480, 577
Jessup, 516, 623, 964, 966, 967, 969, 1013
Keeney, 328

Lattimore, 479 n., 655, 964, 966, 968, 972, 1012, 1017
Service, 328, 479, 710, 783, 067
Shapley, 328
Wheeler, 661, 963
McCloy, John J., U.S. High Commissioner for Germany,
addresses on German conditions and U.S. objectives,
195, 275, 587
McCormack, Representative John W., statement, entry of

"Peace Partisans" to U.S., 400
McDermott, Michael J., Press Officer :
Record of, 713

Statement, U.S.S.R., firing on U.S. naval plane, 668
McFall, Jack, Assistant Secretary :

Goa, status of, letter to Representative Martin, 978
Record of, 712
McGhee, George C, Assistant Secretary :
Addresses, statements, etc. :
Africa, U.S. policy and objectives, 999
African diplomatic and consular conference, 420
South Asian economic development and relations with

the U.S., 334
Southeast Asia and the Near East, U.S. relations with,

170
Technical assistance, problems and objectives, 1057
Record of, 712
McWilliams, William J., appointment as Director, Execu-
tive Secretariat, 303
Mahoney, Haynes, article, background and operation of

HICOM, 547
Malta, Valletta Consulate reestablished, 179, 502
Mangano, Philip A., and David W. Wainhouse, articles,
question of former Italian colonies in the General
Assembly, 832, 887
Mann, Thomas C, designation in State Department, 303
Mansfield, Representative Mike, appointment. National
Commission for UNESCO, 651



Index, January to June 1950



1083



Manzanillo, U.S. consular office, closing, 302
Marshall, George C. :
McCarthy charges against Lattimore, correspondence

with Senator Tydings re, 972
Statement at Moscow (CFM), German-Polish boundary,
cited, 1018
Marshall, John [Joseph?], U.S. citizen, with wife and

daughter denied Soviet exit, 439, 440
Marshall Plan. See European Recovery Program.
Martin, Representative Joseph W., statement, entry of

"Peace Partisans" to U.S., 400
May, Marii A., appointment, U.S. Advisory Commission on

Information, 30O
MDAP. See Mutual Defense Assistance Program.
Medan, U.S. Consulate, opening, 1061
Meteorological Organization, World, established, 415
Meteorology division, ICAO, 3d session, U.S. delegation,

299
Mexico :

Coronados Islands, sovereignty over, U. S. position, 448
Educational exchange activities, 174, 44.5
Passports, nonimmigrant, visa fee, waiver agreement,
exchange of notes, 870
Mexico City Plan (high frequency broadcasting), U.S.

attitude, D72
Meyer, Paul T., designation in State Department, 142
Middle East, Economic Survey Mission to, U.N., recom-
mendations, S."?, 105, 173, 260, 1060
Migration, ILO conference, summary of proceedings, 106,

779, 822
Military advisory mission, Korea, agreement signed, 212,

454
Military assistance (see also Mutual defense) :

Background of aid program and support for continuation

(Acheson, testimony), 940
Budget message for 1951, and status of programs (Tru-
man), with table, 136
Far East, U.S. policy, address and testimony (Acheson),

111, 943
Greece, 136, 227, 365, 367, 368, 369, 370
Greek-Turkish aid programs, accomplishments (Grady,

Wadsworth, testimony), 975, 1046, 1047
Indochina, statement (Acheson), 821
Iran:
Requirements of aid program (Wiley, testimony),

1048
U.S. attitude, 54
Korea :
Agreements signed, 212, 454

Requirements of aid program (Muccio, testimony),
1048
President Truman, message to Congress, 938
Southeast Asia, statement (Webb), 791
Militai-y Assistance Act, Philippine (1946), 193, 194
Miller, Anthony, Jr., U.S. citizen, denied Soviet exit, 438,

410
Miller, Edward G., Aissistant Secretary :
Addresses, statements, etc. :

American Republics, relations with, 521
Brazil, cooperation with, 446

Democracy in the American Republics (Pa. Fed. of
Labor), 797



Miller, Edward G., Assistant Secretary — Continued
Addresses, statements, etc. — Continued
Ecuador, Export-Import Bank loan to, 29
lA-ECOSOC, results of conference, 6.50
Investment abroad, conditions for, 231
Nonintervention and collective security in Western

Hemisphere, 768
Puerto Rico, constitutional government, 980
Correspondence, Jacob Potofsky, CIO, on Argentine-

U.S. relations, 800
Designation, 302, 303
Diplomatic conferences, American Republics, to attend,

38
Record of, 712
Miller, Justin, appointment, U.S. Advisory Commission on

Information, 300
Mills, Sheldon T., designation in State Department, 303
Mind.szenty, Cardinal, VOA broadcast of recorded address

to Hungary, 333
Minorities :

Problems of, article, 82

Protection of, India-Pakistan discussions, stiitement

(Jessup), 628
U.N. subcommission, summary of action, 223
Missing persons, declaration of death of, international

conference on, 15, 459
Mongolian People's Republic (MPR), Soviet penetration

and treaties with (article), 218
Monsma, George N., designation in State Department, 303
Montreux convention (1936), re Turkish Straits, revision

of, statement (Acheson), 687
Morgan, Edward P., correspondence with Deputy Under
Secretary Peurifoy on Senator McCarthy's disloyalty
allegations, 971
Morgenstierne, Wilhelm Munthe de. Ambassador of Nor-
way, statement, mutual defense assistance agreements
between U.S. and NAT countries, 199
Morocco :

Imports exempt from official foreign exchange alloca-
tion, list, 98
Tangier, Committee of Control, 180
Moscow Declaration (1943), cited, 162
Muccio, John J., Ambassador to Korea, requirements of

military aid program for Korea (testimony), 1048
Mukden, U.S. Consulate, closing, 39

Munthe de Morgenstierne, Wilhelm, Ambassador of Nor-
way, statement, mutual defense assistance agreements
between U.S. and NAT countries, 199
Mutual Defense Assistance Act (1949) :
Agreements signed under, statements (Acheson, Tru-



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