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NATO, 1961-1963, White House memoranda

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Digital Identifier:
JFKNSF-439-002
Title:
NATO, 1961-1963, White House memoranda
Date(s) of Materials:
12 June 1960-25 October 1963
Folder Description:
This folder contains memoranda to President John F. Kennedy and McGeorge Bundy, Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, from Robert W. Komer of the National Security Council. Topics include United States aid to NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization); MRBM’s (medium-range ballistic missiles); a U.S. Air Force tactical aircraft program; and meetings between President Kennedy and Dean Acheson, former Secretary of State and advisor to the President, on U.S. policy towards NATO.
Extent:
45 digital pages
Collection:
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. National Security Files
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Series Number:
12.
Series Name:
Robert W. Komer Files.
Preferred Citation:
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. National Security Files. Robert W. Komer Files. NATO, 1961-1963, White House memoranda. JFKNSF-439-002. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Physical Description:
45 digital pages
Media Type:
Paper
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