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United Kingdom: Security, 1961: 27 March-April

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Digital Identifier:
JFKPOF-127a-002
Title:
United Kingdom: Security, 1961: 27 March-April
Date(s) of Materials:
1961: 22 February-28 April
Folder Description:
This folder contains materials collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning the United Kingdom. Materials in this folder include telegrams, a staff summary from the Department of State, and a joint resolution on Angola from representatives of Ceylon (later known as Sri Lanka), Liberia, and the United Arab Republic. This folder also contains correspondence between President Kennedy and British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and memoranda from Secretary of State Dean Rusk, Under Secretary of State George W. Ball, and Henry Kissinger, consultant for the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (and eventual Secretary of State for Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford) regarding the European Common Market and Prime Minister Macmillan's visit to the United States.
Extent:
120 digital pages
Collection:
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Series Number:
09.
Series Name:
Countries.
Preferred Citation:
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files. Countries. United Kingdom: Security, 1961: 27 March-April
Place(s):
Great Britain
Physical Description:
120 digital pages
Media Type:
Paper
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