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Second is a meeting about foreign policy between President John F. Kennedy and Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs McGeorge Bundy. They discuss convoys in Berlin, Germany, and action by the Soviet Union against the French and the British and French stance. They also discuss problems concerning the ticketing of Russian journalists by police in Washington, D.C.; Berlin convoy access; and William Attwood and Prime Minister of Cuba Fidel Castro.
This sound recording has been excerpted from Tape 119/A55, which contains additional sound recording(s) preceding and following this one. See Related Records to access Tape 119/A55 in its entirety.
Each item listed above is also available individually as an excerpt derived from this full-length digitized recording. See Related Records for more information.
The second exchange is chatter involving [White House Operators?]. Machine noise follows.
The third exchange is a brief fragment of a telephone conversation between Secretary of State Dean Rusk and an unidentified man. They talk about an impending address to the nation on providing an “effective quarantine” against a threat.
This sound recording was originally recorded on Dictation Belt 30, which contains additional sound recording(s) preceding this one. To hear all of the recordings on the Dictation Belt, see Digital Identifier: JFKPOF-TPH-30, Title: Telephone recordings: Dictation Belt 30.