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This folder contains telegrams and memoranda regarding a potential revision of the Finnish Peace Treaty that would allow Finland to acquire guided missile weapons; and sales of missiles and military equipment to Finland by the Soviet Union and Great Britain.
This folder contains telegrams and memoranda concerning the withdrawal of United States military forces from Europe and a reduction in Department of Defense spending to improve the balance of payments.
This folder contains memoranda concerning the Communications Satellite Corporation and the development of an international satellite communication system.
Sound recording of the President’s News Conference of June 27, 1962 (News Conference 37). The President begins the press conference with a statement concerning the movement of Chinese Communist military forces into the Taiwan Strait area, warning the Peoples Republic of China that the United States would take action if an attack against the offshor...
Sound recording of President John F. Kennedy’s remarks upon opening an exhibit at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s naval prints. In his speech President Kennedy thanks the Archives staff for their efforts, and explains how the exhibit will educate visitors on the country’s naval history and the life of...
Sound recording of President John F. Kennedy’s message for Independence Day celebrations recorded in the White House Cabinet Room. In his speech President Kennedy praises the efforts of the participants of the American Revolutionary War, explains the philosophical principles of the American Revolution, and praises those who helped develop the Amer...
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