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A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of

Confidential U.S. State Department Special Files

KOREA

First Supplement, 1951-1966

Confidential U.S. State Department Special Files

KOREA

First Supplement, 1951-1966

LOT FILES

CINCFE Korean Situation File Maintained by H. Freeman Matthews, 1951-1954, Lot Files 53-D-413 and 55-D-107 Deputy Undersecretary for Political Affairs, Memoranda concerning proposed U.S. and South Korea Troop Withdrawals and Reductions in South Korea, 1962-1963, Lot File 67-D-244 Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, General Records of the Country Director for Korea, 1952-1966, Lot Files 66-D-503 and 69-D-54

Project Editor Robert E. Lester Guide Compiled by James Shields

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Confidential U. S. State Department special files. Korea. First supplement, 1951-1966 [microform]: lot files/project editor, Robert E. Lester. microfilm reels "CINCFE Korean SituationFile maintained by H. Freeman Matthews, 1951-1954,LotFiles53D413 and 55D107. Deputy Undersecretary for Political Affairs, Memoranda concerning proposed U.S. and South Korea Troop Withdrawals and Reductions in South Korea, 1962-1963, Lot File 67D244. Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, General Records of the Country Directorfor Korea, 1952-1966, LotFiles 665503 and69D54." Accompanied by a printed guide, compiled by James Henry Shields. ISBN 1-55655-890-2 1. United States--Relations--Korea (South)--Sources. 2. Korea (South)--Relations--United States--Sources. 3. Korea (South)--Politics and government--1948-1960--Sources. 4. Korean War, 1950-1953--Sources. I. Title:Korea. First supplement, 1951-1966. II. Lester Robert. III. Shields, James Henry. IV. United States. Dept. of State. V. University Publications of America (Firm) E183.8.K6 016.951904'22--dc22 2003066019 CIP

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Scope and Content Note Note on Sources Editorial Note Abbreviations Reel Index Reels 1-6 CINCFE Korean Situation File Maintained by H. Freeman Matthews, 1951-1954, Lot Files 53-D-413 and 55-D-107 Reels 7-11 Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, General Records of the Country Director for Korea, 1952-1966, Lot Files 66-D-503 and 69-D-54 Reel 12 Deputy Undersecretary for Political Affairs, 1962-1963, Lot File 67-D-244 Subject Index v vii vii ix

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SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

Maintained by various offices, bureaus, individuals, and committees in the U.S. Department of State, the Special Files contain a vast amount of information on a variety of foreign policy subjects. Originally, the Special Files were to contain only reference copies of correspondence, memoranda, minutes of meetings, reports, position papers, briefing materials, studies, and other nonrecord material maintained for convenience in office or individual files. Official copies of all permanently valuable State Department records were supposed to be included in the Central Files of the department. World War II and the subsequent cold war, however, put a heavy strain on the record-keeping system at the department. Also, officials became more reluctant to send particularly sensitive or important records to the more general Central Files. As a result, many original documents, record copies, working papers, drafts, informal notes, and annotated copies of memoranda were incorporated into the Special Files. The Special File number comprises the last two digits of the year in which the file was retired or deactivated by the originating office or individual, a letter designation (D for department origination, F for origination at a Foreign Service post, and M for a special mission), and a final number that simply indicates the sequence in which a particular collection was retired. For example, Special File 53-D-413 refers to file deactivated in 1953, originating at the Department of State, which was the 413th file retired that year. It should be noted, however, that not all files that have been retired are still in existence. Some have been consolidated with similar material or have been destroyed because of a lack of permanently valuable records. Lot Files 53-D-413 and 55-D-107: CINCFE Korean Situation File Maintained by H. Freeman Matthews, 1951-1954 These records consist of Top Secret-designated U.S. Army and Air Force telegrams furnished to the State Department by the Defense Department Liaison Office and maintained in the office of Deputy Undersecretary of State H. Freeman Matthews. The telegrams relate primarily to U.S. proposals for an armistice and the prolonged armistice negotiations. There are also telegrams pertaining to the changing military and political situation in Korea and UN support. Lot Files 66-D-503 and 69-D-54: Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, General Records of the Country Director for Korea, 1952-1966 These records consist of formerly Top Secret documents relating to such topics as the Korean Armistice, President Syngman Rhee, the Korean internal security situation, U.S. national security policy, the Korean army and its capabilities, the South Korean economy, and export controls. Documents highlight general economic conditions, relationships with other nations, military affairs, UN matters, U.S. aid programs, investment, health, education, defense, strategic trade controls, economic development plans, and cultural exchanges.

Lot File 67-D-244: Deputy Undersecretary for Political Affairs, 1962-1963 These records cover the proposed U.S. and South Korea troop withdrawals and reductions in South Korea. Documents detail U.S. intervention for the return of passengers from the hijacked Korean National Airlines plane in 1958.

NOTE ON SOURCES

The materials microfilmed for this publication are reproduced from Record Group 59 located at the National Archives in Washington, D.C.

EDITORIALNOTE

The Department of State's files in Record Group 59 are composed of Central Files, records originating from various embassies and consulates, other agencies, and within the State Department itself; and "Special Files" or Lot Files, records maintained by various offices, bureaus, individuals, and committees in the department. The records microfilmed for this publication are reproduced from three Special Files. University Publications of America made its selection of which files to microfilm after an extensive search of archival indexes for records relating to Korea and its role in the Korean War and U.S. policy during the 1960s. These records were microfilmed in their original archival order as filed by the State Department. As a result, while most of the documents within each folder are filmed in reverse chronological order, some are filmed in chronological sequence.

ABBREVIATIONS

The following abbreviations are used frequently in this guide.

AID CARE CINCFE FAO ICAO ICRC MAC NNRC NNSC POW ROK UN UNC UNCURK

Agency for International Development Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere Commander in Chief, Far East United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization International Civil Aviation Organization International Committee of the Red Cross Military Armistice Commission Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission Prisoner of war Republic of Korea United Nations United Nations Command United Nations Commission for the Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency

UNESCO

UNKRA

REEL INDEX

The following is a listing of the folders that compose Confidential U.S. State Department Special Files: Korea, First Supplement, 1951-1966. The four-digit number on the far left is the frame at which a particular file folder begins. This is followed by the file title, the date(s) of the file, and the total number of pages. Substantive issues are highlighted under the heading Major Topics.

Reel 1

Frame No. CINCFE Korean Situation File Maintained by H. Freeman Matthews, 1951-1954, Lot Files 53-D-413 and 55-D-107 0001 Telegrams from Ridgway (Miscellaneous), July 19-August 3, 1951. 17 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; Syngman Rhee; military demarcation line; C. Turner Joy; John Muccio; UN; cease-fire negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; Shigeru Yoshida; Japanese peace treaty; ICRC. 0018 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part I, July 19-September 20,1951. 143 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; Kim Il Sung; Peng Teh-Huai; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; UN investigation of detainment of Korean soldiers in the Kaesong neutral zone; UNC; Kaesong zone neutrality agreement; Communist charges regarding Kaesong neutrality violations; military engagements; military demarcation line; Hyong Keun Lee; C. Turner Joy; A. J. Kinney; Communist propaganda; bombing incident in Kaesong zone. 0161 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part II, August 21-September 19, 1951. 283 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; military engagements; demilitarized zone; military demarcation line; UNC; Thirty-Eighth Parallel; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; C. Turner Joy; Nam Il; Communist charges regarding Kaesong neutrality violations; Pan Mun Jom; Communist propaganda. 0444 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part III, September 20November 30, 1951. 288 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; UNC; Nam II; release and repatriation of POWs; military demarcation line; demilitarized zone; military engagements; war atrocities; war casualties; Kaesong; Hyong Keun Lee; C. Turner Joy; Pan Mun Jom; Communist charges regarding Kaesong neutrality violations. 0732 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part IV, December 1-20,1951. 155 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; UNC; POWs; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; ICRC; MAC; Nam II; military airfields.

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Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part V, December 21,1951January 13, 1952. 138 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; military personnel; release and repatriation of POWs; UNC; military airfields; MAC; sovereignty; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; Australian military forces; missionaries.

Reel 2

CINCFE Korean Situation File Maintained by H. Freeman Matthews, 1951-1954 cont. 0001 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part V, December 21,1951January 13, 1952 cont. 59 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; release and repatriation of POWs; UNC; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; ICRC. 0060 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part VI, January 13-February 7, 1952. 205 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; release and repatriation of POWs; ICRC; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; UNC; coastal waters; MAC; harbors and ports; NNSC; displaced persons; military demarcation line; demilitarized zone; military airfields; Thirty-Eighth Parallel; air attack on POW camp. 0265 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part VII, February 8-28,1952. 179 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; release and repatriation of POWs; NNSC; UNC; Soviet Union; harbors and ports; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; ICRC; displaced persons; military cemeteries and burials; military engagements; Nam II; military personnel. 0444 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part VIII, March 1-31, 1952. 256 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; release and repatriation of POWs; military personnel; UNC; harbors and ports; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; air attack on POW camp; military airfields; escape from POW camp; Communist propaganda; NNSC; massacre at Koje-Do POW camp; Soviet Union; international assistance. 0700 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part IX, April 1-29, 1952. 207 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; Koje-Do POW camp; UNC; Thirty-Eighth Parallel; military demarcation line; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; military airfields; release and repatriation of POWs; ICRC; military engagements.

Reel 3

CINCFE Korean Situation File Maintained by H. Freeman Matthews, 1951-1954 cont. 0001 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part X, May 1-31,1952. 275 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; UNC; release and repatriation of POWs; Syngman Rhee; KojeDo POW camp; C. Turner Joy; military airfields; ICRC; Charles F. Colson; Francis T. Dodd; transport of Greek nationals from Communist China to Japan.

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Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part XI, June 1-30, 1952. 258 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; release and repatriation of POWs; UNC; Soviet Union; Syngman Rhee; release of civilian internees; Koje-Do POW camp; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; Harold George (Lord Alexander); military engagements. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part XII, July 1-31, 1952. 217 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; UNC; Soviet Union; release and repatriation of POWs; detention camps; bombing at POW camp; Japan civil disturbance; People's Republic of China; Syngman Rhee. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part XIII, August 1-October 3, 1952. 248 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; release and repatriation of POWs; William K. Harrison; UNC; incident at POW camp; ICRC; military engagements; military assistance to Japan; Japanese air force; Soviet Union; POW camp construction; reestablishment of Seoul as capital of Korea.

Reel 4

CINCFE Korean Situation File Maintained by H. Freeman Matthews, 1951-1954 cont. 0001 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part XIV, December 11,1952March 1953. 148 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; release and repatriation of POWs; Syngman Rhee; military engagements; UNC; military personnel; currency reform in Korea; People's Republic of China; Kaesong neutral zone; reestablishment of Seoul as capital of Korea; Japanese air force interception of unidentified aircraft; Nationalist China; U.S. military bases in Korea; judicial action against POWs; overflight restrictions within Japanese territory; Koje-Do POW camp. 0149 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part XV, April 2-30, 1953. 289 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; release and repatriation of POWs; Paek Too Chin; Syngman Rhee; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; UNC; Korean demonstrations against armistice agreement; mistreatment of POWs; war casualties; neutrality of Switzerland; war atrocities; morale in the military; Japan; military demarcation line; Mark W. Clark; Kim II Sung; Chou En-Lai. 0438 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part XVI, May 1-31,1953. 280 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; UNC; William K. Harrison; Syngman Rhee; release and repatriation of POWs; Japan; bombs and bombing; Communist propaganda; NNSC; ICRC; neutrality of Switzerland; neutrality of Sweden; war casualties; mistreatment of POWs. 0718 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part XVII, June 20-30, 1953. 279 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; release and repatriation of POWs; Syngman Rhee; Japan; escape of POWs; UN; UNC; ICRC; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; civil-military relations; Mark W. Clark; NNSC; MAC; military demarcation line; demilitarized zone; neutrality of Switzerland; NNRC.

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CINCFE Korean Situation File Maintained by H. Freeman Matthews, 1951-1954 cont. 0001 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part XVII, June 20-30, 1953 cont. 31pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; cease-fire agreement; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; NNRC; Syngman Rhee; release and repatriation of POWs; UNC; William K. Harrison. 0032 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part XVIII, July 1-31, 1953. 317pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; Maxwell D. Taylor; release and repatriation of POWs; Syngman Rhee; UNC; Mark W. Clark; escape of POWs; signing of armistice agreement between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; MAC; Communist propaganda; NNRC; censorship of press; Nationalist China; ICRC; military engagements; foreign exchange; economic conditions; military demarcation line; NNSC; UNC. 0349 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part XIX, August 1-31, 1953. 116pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; MAC; release and repatriation of POWs; UNC; armistice agreement between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; Mark W. Clark; ICRC; military aid to Korea; military force projection and deployment of U.S. forces in Korea; disturbances at POW camps. 0465 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part XX, September 1December 26, 1953. 249 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; release and repatriation of POWs; MAC; NNSC; UNC; military personnel; role of Switzerland in NNRC; political conditions; Syngman Rhee; Indian military force; military airlifts; armistice agreement between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; blockade of Korea; list of U.S. and UN personnel believed to be POWs. 0714 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part XXI, January 2-June 29, 1954. 289 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; UNC; MAC; Syngman Rhee; political conditions; KoreaJapan relations; elections; NNSC participation of Sweden; NNSC participation of Switzerland; internal security of Laos and Cambodia; armistice agreement between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; release and repatriation of POWs; military personnel; defectors from Communist bloc; Korean reaction to armistice negotiations; Korean political parties; U.S. military aid to Japan; international law; NNRC; Maxwell D. Taylor.

Reel 6

CINCFE Korean Situation File Maintained by H. Freeman Matthews, 1951-1954 cont. 0001 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (from Ridgway), Part XXII, July 1-November 10, 1954. 59 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; NNSC; U.S. airbases in Philippines; MAC; UNC; military personnel; Syngman Rhee; release and repatriation of POWs. 0060 Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part I, July 16-August 18,1951. 26 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; armistice agreement between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; UNC.

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Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part II, August 23-September 14, 1951. 14 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; Joint Chiefs of Staff; UNC. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part III, September 21-November 28, 1951. 35 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; Joint Chiefs of Staff; UNC; military demarcation line; demilitarized zone. [Note: Part IV is missing from the collection.] Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part V, December 5,1951-January 10, 1952. 64 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; armistice agreement between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; release and repatriation of POWs; list of civilian internees; UNKRA; UNC; MAC; Joint Chiefs of Staff. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part VI, January 15-February 11, 1952. 18pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; release and repatriation of POWs; UNC. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part VII, February 15-29, 1952. 14 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; Sweden supervision of truce; UNC; NNSC rejection of Soviet Union membership. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part VIII, March 6-22,1952. 27 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; release and repatriation of POWs; UNC; World Health Organization; Chinese Communist propaganda. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part IX, April 3-29, 1952. 23 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; Japan-U.S. relations; UNC; release and repatriation of POWs. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part X, May 1-31,1952. 28 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; UNC; release and repatriation of POWs. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part XI, June 5-27,1952. 40 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; Koje-Do POW camp; UNC; release and repatriation of POWs; Communist propaganda. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part XII, July 3-26, 1952. 23 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; UNC; release and repatriation of POWs. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part XIII, August 1-November 26, 1952.51pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; UNC; release and repatriation of POWs; Mexico proposal for Korean armistice; U.S. military aid to Japan. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part XIV, January 7-March 30, 1953. 36pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; release and repatriation of POWs; U.S. military aid to Japan; trials of POWs; Joint Chiefs of Staff. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part XV, April 1-30,1953. 44 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; NNSC; armistice negotiations between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; UNC; release and repatriation of POWs; Chou EnLai. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part XVI, May 1-29,1953. 46 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; UNC; Konrad Adenauer's offer of German hospital unit for Korea; release and repatriation of POWs; ICRC; acceptance of Pakistan as neutral state. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part XVII, June 2-25,1953. 33 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; NNSC participation by Sweden and Switzerland; Syngman Rhee; Joint Chiefs of Staff; NNRC. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part XVIII, July 1-30,1953. 37 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; UNC; Indian government action for POWs.

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Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part XIX, August 11-31,1953. 11 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; release and repatriation of POWs; UNC. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part XX, September 3-December 29, 1953. 38 pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; U.S. military aid to Japan; Japanese sovereignty over Ryukyu Islands; directives for military occupation of North Korea; withdrawal of South African air squadron from UNC; NNRC. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part XXI, January 4-June 1954. 58pp. Major Topics: Matthew Ridgway; defense industries in Japan; NNSC; NNRC; release and repatriation of POWs; UNC; U.S. military deployment in Pacific area; economic inflation. Korea, General Conference Telegrams (to Ridgway), Part XXII, July 14-August 11,1954. 4pp. Major Topic: Matthew Ridgway.

Reel?

Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, General Records of the Country Director for Korea, 1952-1966, Lot Files 66-D-503 and 69-D-54 0001 Korea--Political Conference, January 1952-July 1953. 190 pp. Major Topics: UN; postarmistice discussions on Korean political settlement; elections; Soviet proposal for Korean unification; Potsdam Conference; Communist China admission to UN; NNRC; release and repatriation of POWs; armistice agreement between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; MAC; NNSC; L. B. Pearson. 0191 Korea--Political Conference, August 1953. 7 pp. Major Topics: UN; Philippines comments on Korean political conference. 0198 Korea--Political Conference, September-October 1953. 4 pp. Major Topics: UN; postarmistice discussions on Korean political settlement. 0202 Korea--Political Conference, November 1-December 10,1953. 43 pp. Major Topics: North Korea socioeconomic and political developments; North Korea production of coal, electric power, iron and steel, grain, fertilizer, building materials, and textiles; North Korea fishing industry; North Korea-China trade; UN. 0245 Korea--Political Conference, November 11,1953-September 1954. 32 pp. Major Topics: Armistice agreement between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists; NNRC; negotiations with China for reunification of Korea; release and repatriation of POWs; A. Y. Vyshinsky; Krishna Menon. 0277 Korea--UN General Assembly, November-December 1955. 19 pp. 0296 Korea--UN General Assembly, 1956. 45 pp. Major Topics: Application by Korea and Vietnam for UN membership; economic conditions. 0341 Korea--UNKRA (UN Korean Reconstruction Agency), 1955-1966. 15 pp. 0356 Korea--North Korea and Communist Proposals for Reunification, 1955-1956. 3 pp. Major Topic: Reunification of Korea. 0359 Korea--UNESCO (UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) [1956]. 3 pp. 0362 Korea--Membership in the UN [1956-1958]. 44 pp. Major Topics: Vietnam application for UN membership; You Chan Yang. 0406 Korea--UN General Assembly, January 1957. 13 pp. 0419 Korea--UN General Assembly, August-October 1957. 35 pp. 0454 Korea--UN General Assembly, November 1-15,1957. 19 pp. 0473 Korea--UN General Assembly, November 16-December 1957. 11 pp. 0484 Korea--UN Security Council [1955, 1958]. 7 pp.

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Korea--UN General Assembly, 1958. 112 pp. Major Topics: Chinese Communist troop withdrawal from Korea; Communist aircraft in Korea; troop strength of Communist and UNC forces, 1953-1958. Korea--UN Specialized and Affiliated Agencies, General. 7 pp. Korea--ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) [1955]. 3 pp. Korea--International Committee-Red Cross and Geneva Conventions [1957-1958]. 13 pp. Korea--UNCURK (UN Commission for the Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea) [1957-1958]. 44 pp. Korea--UNKRA (UN Korean Reconstruction Agency), 1957. 76 pp. Major Topic: Relief expenditures for Korea. Korea--U.S. and UN Position for Peaceful Unification thru Free Elections, 1957. 24 pp. Major Topics: UNCURK; UN observation of elections in North Korea; West German-U.S. relations. Korea--ROK Policy and Proposals on Unification [1955-1958]. 54 pp. Major Topics: Syngman Rhee; North Korea; U.S. position on Korean unification; elections. Korea--UN Resolutions [1950-1957]. 50 pp. Major Topic: UNCURK. Korea--UNKRA (UN Korean Reconstruction Agency), 1958. 19 pp. Korea--UNKRA (UN Korean Reconstruction Advisory Committee) [1958]. 9 pp. Korea--FAO (UN Food and Agricultural Organization) [1958]. 2 pp. Korea--North Korea and Communist Proposals for Reunification, 1958. 50 pp. Korea--U.S. and UN Position for Peaceful Unification thru Free Elections, 1958. 30 pp. Major Topics: UN; elections; U.S. position on Korean unification; armistice agreement between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists. History of Korean Problem (Hostilities, Cease-fire Negotiations, Foreign Troops, Chronologies, etc.) [1958]. 16pp. Korea--"Third Force" Activities: Proposals for Neutralization of Korea [1958]. 13 pp. Major Topic: Chinese Communist position on Korean unification.

ReelS

Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, General Records of the Country Director for Korea, 1952-1966 cont. 0001 DEF 19 [Defense] Military Assistance--Korea, 1965. 25 pp. 0026 E Economic Affairs--N.K. [North Korea], 1965. 3 pp. 0029 E 2 [Economic Affairs] General Reports and Statistics--Korea, 1965. 18 pp. Major Topics: Young Sun Kim; economic conditions; military situation in Korea. 0047 Korean Domestic Situation--Student Demonstrations, Fall 1965. 44 pp. Major Topics: Students; public demonstrations; Vietnam conflict. 0091 Economic Assistance, DL's [Development Loans] [1965]. 8 pp. 0099 DEF 15-3 [Defense; Bases] Status of Forces--Korea, 1965. 34 pp. Major Topic: U.S. troop strength. 0133 AID 1 [Aid] General Policy, Plans, Coordination--Korea [1965]. 64 pp. Major Topics: AID; economic aid, FY1966-FY1969; military procurement. 0197 FN 2 [Finance] General Reports and Statistics--Korea, 1965. 4 pp. Major Topic: Economic aid. 0201 FN 12 [Finance] Balance of Payments--Korea, 1965. 5 pp. Major Topic: Economic aid. 0206 AID 2 [Aid] General Reports and Statistics--Korea, 1965. 17 pp. Major Topics: Economic aid; AID.

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AID 8 [Aid] Grants, Technical Assistance--Korea, 1965. 8 pp. Major Topic: Korean technical aid programs in Africa. AID 7 [Aid] Program Operation--Korea, 1965. 9 pp. Major Topic: Korean and Chinese Nationalist aid programs to promote U.S. involvement in Africa. AID 9 [Aid] DL [Development Loans] [1965]. 7 pp. AID 9 [Aid] Loans, General--Korea, 1965. 45 pp. Major Topics: Coal mining contract awarded to Ingersoll-Rand over the German firm DEMAG; AID; West German reaction to coal mining contract awarded to U.S. firm; development loan to Oriental Chemical Industry Co. DEF Defense--N.K. [North Korea], 1965. 2 pp. Major Topic: North Korean troops in Vietnam. AID 15-10 [Aid] Barter, Charity Uses, Vol. Agencies (Title III)--Korea, 1965. 12 pp. Major Topics: CARE; AID. AE 4 [Atomic Energy] Agreements--Korea, 1965. 23 pp. Major Topic: Atomic energy agreement between United States and Republic of Korea. AGR Agriculture--Korea, 1965. 2 pp. Major Topic: Livestock and livestock industry. AGR 4 [Agriculture] Agreements--Korea, 1965. 7 pp. Major Topics: Agricultural machinery and equipment; agricultural exports and imports. AGR 12-3 [Agriculture] Surplus and Shortages--Korea, 1965. 4 pp. Major Topic: Agricultural exports and imports. AV 12-2 [Aviation, Civil] Sales, Purchase, Transfer--Korea, 1965. 3 pp. Major Topic: Korean Airlines purchase of aircraft. AV 9 [Aviation, Civil] Routes and Schedules--Korea, 1965. 2 pp. BG Building and Grounds--Korea, 1965. 5 pp. Major Topic: U.S. embassy residence in Seoul. CR Communications and Records--Korea, 1965. 2 pp. Major Topic: Security classification of documents. CSM Communism--Korea, 1965. 10 pp. Major Topics: Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League; David N. Rowe. AID 10 [Aid] Grants, Economic Assistance--Korea, 1965. 62 pp. Major Topics: Economic aid; military assistance; Korean assistance to Africa; Korean military aid to South Vietnam; AID. DEF 2 [Defense] General Reports and Statistics--Korea, 1965. 2 pp. Major Topic: Chang U-Chu visit to United States. DEF 6 [Defense] Armed Forces--Korea, 1965. 48 pp. Major Topic: Korean military aid to South Vietnam. DEF 6-6 [Defense: Military Decorations and Awards] Korea, 1965. 19 pp. Major Topic: Legion of Merit to Korean military officers. DEF 7 [Defense] Visits, Missions--Korea, 1965. 73 pp. Major Topics: Briefings with U.S. and Korean military officers; William P. Yarborough. DEF 6-1 [Defense] Army--Korea, 1965. 6 pp. Major Topic: Factionalism in the Korean army. DEF 6-8 [Defense: Mobilization; Demobilization] Air Force--Korea, 1965. 14 pp. Major Topic: U.S. military force reduction in Korea. DEF 12-5 [Defense: Procurement; Sale] Research and Development--Korea, 1965. 42 pp. Major Topic: U.S. procurement in Korea for Vietnam. E 5 [Economic Affairs] Economic Developments--Korea, 1965. 7 pp. Major Topics: German participation in Korean economic development; Korean Economic Development Institute.

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EDX Educational and Culture Exchanges--Korea, 1965. 30 pp. Major Topic: Application waivers for exchange visitors from Korea. DEF 19-3 [Defense: Equipment; Supplies] [1965]. 10 pp. DEF 9-5 [Defense] Training--Korea, 1965. 9 pp. Major Topic: Military training exercises. DEF 6-10 [Defense: Military Cemeteries; War Dead] Korea, 1965. 8 pp. Major Topics: Memorial services for military dead in Korea; War Memorial Activities Association. E 1 Economic Affairs: General Policy, Plans, Programs--Korea, 1965. 10 pp. Major Topics: Economic relations between Korea and Japan; Korean Economic Development Institute. E 7 [Economic Affairs] Visits--Korea, 1965. 3 pp. EDU 7 [Education and Culture] Visits--Korea, 1965. 36 pp. Major Topic: U.S. visits by Korean officials. E 9 Economic Affairs [National Accounts; Gross National Product] [1965]. 5 pp. Major Topic: Korean budget and economy. EDU Education and Culture--Korea, 1965. 4 pp. Major Topic: Pak Tong-kyu's observations on U.S. society. [FN] 11 [Finance] International Banks and Banking--Korea, 1965. 5 pp. Major Topic: Asian Development Bank. FN 15 [Finance] Budget and Government--Korea, 1965. 8 pp. Major Topics: Government budget; economic conditions. FN 16 [Finance] Revenue, Taxation--Korea, 1965. 4 pp. Major Topic: Taxation. FN 17 [Finance] Money, Currency--Korea, 1965. 4 pp. Major Topic: General Accounting Office. U.S. Force Levels. 12 pp. Major Topic: U.S. military force reduction in Korea. POL 2 General Reports and Statistics--Korea, 1965. 18 pp. Major Topic: Christopher A. Norred Jr.'s visit to Korea. POL 1 Political Affairs: General Policy, Background--Korea, 1965. 86 pp. Major Topics: U.S. policy objectives in Korea; Korean troop movement to Vietnam. Indochina [1965]. 23 pp. Major Topic: Status of Forces negotiations by United States with Philippines, Korea, and China.

Reel 9

Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, General Records of the Country Director for Korea, 1952-1966 cont. 0001 POL [Political Affairs and Relations] ROK-Japan--Korea, 1965. 144 pp. Major Topics: Normalization of Japan-Korea relations; student demonstrations in Seoul; Korean movement of troops to Vietnam. 0145 ORG 1 [Organization and Administration: General Policy; Plans; Coordination] [April 1965]. 15 pp. Major Topic: Korean invitation to Vice President Hubert Humphrey. 0160 PER 15-9 [Personnel] Dependent Education--Korea, 1965. 31 pp. Major Topic: Winthrop G. Brown. 0191 POL 2 [Political Affairs and Relations] General Reports and Statistics, Comments and Conversations--Korea, 1965. 110pp. Major Topics: Vietnam conflict; normalization of Japan-Korea relations; Kim Yong-sun.

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PER [Personnel: Revision of Foreign Service Posts Map, January 1965]. 6 pp. ORG 1 [Organization and Administration: General Policy; Plans; Coordination] March [1965]. 32pp. Major Topic: MAC. ORG 1 [Organization and Administration: General Policy; Plans; Coordination] May [1965]. 16pp. Major Topic: Gifts to Korean President Pak. ORG 1 [Organization and Administration: General Policy; Plans; Coordination] June [1965]. 31pp. ORG 1 [Organization and Administration: General Policy; Plans; Coordination] July [1965]. 8 pp. ORG 1 [Organization and Administration: General Policy; Plans; Coordination] August [1965]. 15 pp. ORG 1 [Organization and Administration: General Policy; Plans; Coordination] September [1965]. 28 pp. Major Topics: Visit of Korean officials to United States; Korean military forces in Vietnam. ORG 1 [Organization and Administration: General Policy; Plans; Coordination] October [1965]. 18pp. Major Topic: Asia Foundation. ORG 1 [Organization and Administration: General Policy; Plans; Coordination] November 1965. 29 pp. ORG 1 [Organization and Administration: General Policy; Plans; Coordination] December

1965. 18pp.

ORG Organization, N.K. [North Korea] 1965. 7 pp. ORG 1 [Organization and Administration: General Policy; Plans; Coordination] Meetings and Conferences--Korea, January 1965. 30 pp. Major Topic: Normalization of Japan-Korea relations. Military Cease-fire [Armistice] Commission (MAC). 5 pp. FT 13 [Foreign Trade] Duties--Korea, 1965. 9 pp. Major Topic: Tariff on imports of Korean products. LEG Legislative and Legal Affairs, Members of Congress, M thru Z--Korea, 1965. 16 pp. Major Topics: Prostitution; civil-military relations. HLTH 2 [Health and Medical Care] General Reports and Statistics--Korea, 1965. 2 pp. FT 13-1 [Foreign Trade] Anti Dumping--Korea, 1965. 5 pp. Major Topic: Antidumping regulations. HLTH-8 [Health and Medical Care] Diseases and Conditions--Korea, 1965. 2 pp. INCO Industries and Commodities--N.K. [North Korea], 1965. 5 pp. INCO [Industries and Commodities] Pulp, Paper and Paperboard--Korea, 1965. 3 pp. INCO [Industries and Commodities] Cotton Textile--Korea, 1965. 4 pp. INCO Industries and Commodities--Korea, 1965. 30 pp. Major Topics: Rushcloth; Korea violation of U.S. copyright. INCO [Industries and Commodities] Fertilizer--Korea, 1965. 7 pp. INCO [Industries and Commodities] Fish and Fishing--Korea, 1965. 18 pp. Major Topics: Fishing in North Pacific Ocean; Vietnam conflict; UN. PET Petroleum: General Policy, Plans--Korea, 1965. 10 pp. Major Topics: Korea Oil Corporation; military contracts and procurement. PET 10 [Petroleum] Resources, Oil Fields--Korea, 1965. 11 pp. PET 4 [Petroleum] Agreements--Korea, 1965. 2 pp. PET 18-2 [Petroleum: Tankers] [1965]. 5 pp. Major Topic: Gulf Oil Corporation sale of oil tankers to Korea. PET 6 [Petroleum] Companies--Korea, 1965. 3 pp.

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P [Filing Sheet, Undated]. 2 pp. INT 2 [Intelligence: Estimates; Reports] K [Korea] [1965]. 16 pp. Major Topics: Kilsoo Haan; Communism and Communists; Korean military support in Vietnam. POL Political Affairs--N.K. [North Korea], 1965. 12 pp. Major Topics: MAC. POL 2 [Political Affairs and Relations: General Reports and Statistics] Weekly Notes to Seoul, Korea, 1965. 17 pp. Major Topics: Political conditions; economic conditions; Christopher A. Norred Jr.; Japan-Korea relations. POL 3 [Political Affairs and Relations] Organizations and Alignments--Korea, 1965. 8 pp. POL [Political Affairs and Relations] Area Relationship [1965]. 20 pp. Major Topics: Normalization of Japan-Korea relations; Korean military support in Vietnam. POL Political Affairs and Relationship--Korea [1965]. 4 pp. POL 6-2 [Political Affairs and Relations] Congratulations and Condolences--Korea, 1965. 12pp. Major Topic: U.S. visit of Korean President Chung-Hee Park. POL 7 [Political Affairs and Relations] Political Affairs, Visits--N.K. [North Korea], 1965. llpp. Major Topic: Visit of North Korea Premier Kim II Sung to Indonesia. POL 7 [Political Affairs and Relations: Visits; Meetings] Humphrey [U.S. Vice President, 1965]. 4 pp. Major Topic: Visit of Vice President Humphrey to Korea. POL 7 [Political Affairs and Relations] Visits and Missions--Korea, 1965. 131 pp. Major Topic: Meetings of U.S. and Korean government officials.

Reel 10

Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, General Records of the Country Director for Korea, 1952-1966 cont. 0001 POL 7 [Political Affairs and Relations] Visits--Korea, 1965. 110 pp. Major Topics: Visit of U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Marshall Green to Korea; meetings of U.S. and Korean government officials. 0111 Visit of Yi Tong Won [1965]. 23 pp. Major Topics: Visit to United States by Korean Foreign Minister Yi Tong Won; Dean Rusk. 0134 POL 7 [Political Affairs and Relations] Park Chun Hee--Korea, 1965. 343 pp. Major Topics: Visit to United States by Korean President Chung Hee Park; award of honorary degree to President Park; AID; economic conditions. 0477 POL 7 [Political Affairs and Relations: Visits; Meetings] Lee Tong Won (Yi)--Korea, 1965. 220 pp. Major Topics: Visit to United States by Korean Foreign Minister Lee Tong Won; Dean Rusk; economic aid. 0697 POL 8 [Political Affairs and Relations] Neutralism and Nonalignment--Korea, 1965. 4 pp. Major Topic: Meeting of U.S. and Korean government officials in Algiers. 0701 POL 12 [Political Affairs and Relations] Political Parties--Korea, 1965. 3 pp. 0704 POL 15 [Political Affairs and Relations] Government--Korea, 1965. 19 pp. 0723 K-POL 15-1 [Political Affairs and Relations: Head of State; Executive Branch] "Syngman Rhee" (Death) [1965]. 2 pp. Major Topic: Transportation of Syngman Rhee's body to Korea. 0725 POL 15-1 [Political Affairs and Relations] Heads of State--Korea, 1965. 12 pp. Major Topic: Kim Chong-p'il.

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POL 15-2 [Political Affairs and Relations: Legislature] Korea, 1965. 5 pp. Major Topic: Admission of North Korea to Inter-Parliamentary Union. POL 17 [Political Affairs and Relations] Diplomatic and Consular Representation--Korea, 1965. 64 pp. POL 17 [Political Affairs and Relations] Diplomatic Representation--N.K. [North Korea], 1965. 3 pp. Major Topics: Diplomatic relations of North Korea; Communist China's economic and military assistance to Vietnam. POL 23 [Political Affairs and Relations] Internal Security--Korea, 1965. 4 pp. POL 23-8 [Political Affairs and Relations: Internal Security] Demonstrations, Riots and Protest--Korea, 1965. 2 pp. POL 27-14 [Political Affairs and Relations: Internal Security: Truce; Cease-fire; Armistice] Korea, 1965. 140 pp. Major Topics: MAC; U.S. aggression against North Korea; list of unaccounted UNC POWs and foreign nationals; student demonstrations.

Reel 11

Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, General Records of the Country Director for Korea, 1952-1966 cont. 0001 POL 29 [Political Affairs and Relations] Arrest and Detention--Korea, 1965. 3 pp. Major Topic: Request for U.S. government intervention regarding release of Paul A. Gingold. 0004 POL 29-1 [Political Affairs and Relations] Political Prisoners--Korea, 1965. 2 pp. Major Topic: Release of Korean political prisoners. 0006 POL 30 [Political Affairs and Relations] Defectors and Expellees--Korea, 1965. 3 pp. Major Topic: Defectors to and from Korea. 0009 POL 32-4 [Political Affairs and Relations: Comments by North Korean Premier Kim II Sung on Korean Unification]. 3 pp. 0012 POL 33-4 [Political Affairs and Relations] Territorial Waters--Korea, 1965. 32 pp. Major Topics: Territorial dispute between Korea and Japan over Dokdo Island; fishing rights dispute between Korea and Japan near Cheju Island. 0044 Briefings, 1966. 21 pp. Major Topic: Korean military aid to Vietnam. 0065 DEF 6 Defense Affairs--Armed Forces [1966]. 14 pp. Major Topic: Korean troop support in Vietnam. 0079 PPT Passport and Citizenship--N.K. [North Korea], 1965. 9 pp. Major Topic: Travel by U.S. citizens to North Korea. 0088 PPV [U.S. Information Service] Press, Publications and Visuals--Korea, 1965. 2 pp. Major Topic: U.S. exchange of official publications with Korea. 0090 PPV [U.S. Information Service] Press, Publications and Visuals--N.K. [North Korea], 1965. 6pp. 0096 PR Public Relations--Korea, 1965. 10 pp. Major Topic: Chung Hee Park's address to Korean troops for Vietnam. 0106 Procurement--1965. 25 pp. Major Topic: U.S. military procurement in Korea for Vietnam. 0131 PS 7-6 [Protective Services] Whereabouts--Korea, 1965. 13 pp. Major Topic: Request by Korean government for settlement of claim against United States. 0144 PPT Passport and Citizenships--Korea, 1965. 20 pp. Major Topics: Issuance of diplomatic passports; travel by U.S. citizens to North Korea.

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SCI 7 [Science and Technology] Visits and Missions--Korea, 1965. 48 pp. Major Topics: Korean Institute for Industrial Technology and Applied Science; Korean Gross National Product; industrial production and capacity. SOC Social Conditions, General Reports and Statistics--Korea, 1965. 2 pp. SOC 3 [Social Conditions] Organizations and Conferences--Korea, 1965. 4 pp. SOC 10 [Social Conditions] Disasters and Disaster Relief--Korea, 1965. 3 pp. SOC 11 [Social Conditions] Crime and Law Enforcement--Korea, 1965. 6 pp. SOC 11-3 [Social Conditions] Prosecution--Korea, 1965. 6 pp. Major Topic: Trial of Paul A. Gingold in Korea. SOC 14-3 [Social Conditions: Children; Youth] [1965]. 7 pp. Major Topics: Pearl Buck; adoption service for Amerasian children in Korea. [PS] 8-4 [Protective Services] Seizure, Damage--Korea, 1965. 2 pp. SOFA Negotiations [Status of Forces Agreement], 1965-1966. 12 pp. TP Trade Promotion and Assistance--Korea, 1965. 29 pp. Major Topic: Visit of Korean business delegation to United States. TP 7 [Trade Promotion and Assistance] Visits and Missions--Korea, 1965. 5 pp. TP 3 [Trade Promotion and Assistance: Organizations and Conferences] Korea, 1965. 3 pp. TRV Travel and Transportation--Korea, 1965. 5 pp. Visit--Fonmin Yi Tong-Won [1965]. 9 pp. Major Topic: U.S. visit of Korean Foreign Minister Yi Tong Won. UN United Nations: General Policy, Plans--Korea, 1965. 2 pp. V 31-3 Transits, Visas--Korea, 1965. 7 pp. Major Topic: Deportation. VEH Vehicle--N.K. [North Korea], 1965 [Empty Folder]. 1pp. TP 15-1 [Trade Promotion and Assistance] Bids and Tenders--Korea, 1965. 3 pp. Major Topic: Defense contracts and procurement. AID 9 Loans--Korea, 1966. 3 pp. Major Topic: AID. AV [12-2] [Aviation, Civil] Sale, Purchase, Transfer--Korea, 1966. 3 pp. Major Topic: Corruption and bribery. DEF 7 Defense Affairs, Visits, Missions, [1966]. 3 pp. DEF 12 Defense Affairs, Armaments [1966]. 6 pp. AID 15-8 [Aid: PL 480: Commodity Sales for Foreign Currency] Title 1--Korea, 1966. 4 pp. ECON Korea-Japan Economic Cooperation, 1966. 18 pp. Major Topics: Japanese economic activities in Korea; AID development loans to Korea. ECON [Economic Affairs] Budget, 1966. 3 pp. ECON [Economic Affairs] Commercial, 1966. 5 pp. ECON [Economic Affairs] Wheat and Offset, 1966. 7 pp. ECON [Economic Affairs] GAO (General Accounting Office), 1966. 15 pp. Major Topic: Foreign exchange. ECON Economic Policy and Strategy, 1966. 9 pp. Major Topic: Korean military support of Vietnam. ECON Economic Assistance, DL's [Development Loans], TC, 1966. 4 pp. Major Topic: Japanese aid to Southeast Asian development. Travel to North Korea, [1965]. 7 pp. Major Topic: Restriction on travel of U.S. citizens in North Korea. ECON [Economic Affairs] Petroleum, 1966. 4 pp. Major Topic: Korean oil tanker operations. ECON [Economic Affairs] North Korea, 1966. 7 pp. Major Topics: North Korea industrial production and plant capacity; North Korea trade. EDU 7 [Education and Culture] Visits--Korea, 1966. 4 pp.

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E 2 [Economic Affairs] Reports and Statistics--Korea, 1966. 4 pp. Major Topic: Korea economic forecast for FY1967. ECON [Economic Affairs] PL 480, 1966. 12 pp. Major Topics: P.L. 480 agreement with Korea; barley exports. EDU 2 Education and Culture, Reports and Statistics--Korea, 1966. 35 pp. Major Topics: Fulbright program in Korea; exchange of persons programs. ECON [Economic Affairs] Stabilization Program, 1966. 5 pp. Major Topic: U.S.-Korea stabilization agreements. FN 6 [Finance] Domestic Banks and Banking--Korea, 1966. 3 pp. FN 17 [Finance] Money and Currency--Korea, 1966. 4 pp. INCO [Industries and Commodities] Fish and Fishing--Korea, 1966. 3 pp. Major Topic: U.S. tungsten disposal program. INCO Industries and Commodities, A-Z--Korea, 1966. 5 pp. Major Topic: Horticulture. INCO 11 [Industries and Commodities] Industrial Property--Korea, 1966. 2 pp. INF Information Activities--Korea, 1966. 3 pp. INT 2 Intelligence, Estimates and Reports [1966]. 11 pp. INT 6 Intelligence, Collection of Intelligence--Korea, 1966. 2 pp. LAB 1 Labor and Manpower, Policy and Plans--Korea, 1966. 25 pp. Major Topics: Labor unions; U.S. visit by Korean Labor Bureau director Seung-joon Huh. LAB 3 Organizations and Conferences--Korea, 1966. 4 pp. Major Topic: International Labor Organization. MILITARY Korean Armed Forces, 1966. 10 pp. Major Topic: U.S. deployment in Asia. MILITARY UN Command, 1966. 7 pp. MIL Voice of the UN Command, 1966-1967. 5 pp. Troops to Vietnam, Additional Troops, April-May 1966. 27 pp. Major Topic: Korea military support to Vietnam. ORG-1 [Organization and Administration: General Policy; Plans; Coordination] January 1966. 5 pp. KORG-1 [Organization and Administration: General Policy; Plans; Coordination, 1966].

48pp.

0640 0643 0657 0663 0668 0671 0675 0693 0695 0708 Major Topic: Defense contracts and procurement. PER 13-3 [Personnel] Assignment, Detail--Korea, 1966. 3 pp. Major Topic: Diplomatic and consular service. POL [Political Affairs and Relations] Domestic Situation, 1966. 14 pp. Major Topic: Political conditions. POL [Political Affairs and Relations] Peace Corps, 1966. 6 pp. POL [Political Affairs and Relations] Korea-Japan Relations, 1966. 5 pp. POL [Political Affairs and Relations] ROK [Korea]-Vietnam Relations, 1966. 3 pp. POL [Political Affairs and Relations] Public Safety (Internal Security), 1966. 4 pp. POL 2 Political Affairs and Relations: General Reports and Statistics [1966]. 18 pp. POL 3 Political Affairs and Relations: Organizations and Alignments [1966]. 2 pp. POL 7 Political Affairs and Relations: Visits, Meetings [1966]. 13 pp. Major Topics: Korea visit of Vice President Hubert Humphrey; U.S. visit by Korean officials. POL 27-14 Political Affairs and Relations: Truce, Cease-Fire, Armistice--Korea, 1966. 19pp. Major Topic: MAC. POL 2 Political Affairs and Relations: General Reports and Statistics [1965-1966]. 11 pp. POL 29 Political Affairs and Relations: Political Prisoners, 1966. 2 pp. Major Topic: Release of Korean political prisoners.

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PPT Passport and Citizenship--Korea, 1966. 4 pp. PR 2 Public Relations, Reports and Statistics--Korea, 1966. 2 pp. PR 10 [Public Relations] Publications--Korea, 1966. 7 pp. Major Topic: Capacity of Korean cement plant. SOCIAL Youth, 1966. 14 pp. Major Topic: Educational activities of Korean youth. SOCIAL APACL, 1966. 5 pp. Major Topic: Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League. [Korean Question, UN] [1966]. 2 pp. VISITS Yi Tong-Won, 1966. 4 pp. Major Topic: U.S. visit by Korean Foreign Minister Lee Tong Won. V Visas--Korea, 1966. 3 pp. McNamara Visit to Seoul [1965]. 6 pp. Major Topic: Korea visit by Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara.

Reel 12

0001 0114 Deputy Undersecretary for Political Affairs, 1962-1963, Lot File 67-D-244 Korea, 1962. 113pp. Major Topics: U.S. military force level in Korea; Korean defense budget, 1962-1968. Korea, (April-May) 1963. 217 pp. Major Topics: U.S. military force reduction in Korea; Sino-Soviet response to U.S. military adjustment in Korea; nuclear weapons. Korea (Force Requirements in), June 1963. 2 pp. Korea, (June-September) 1963. 183 pp. Major Topics: U.S. military force reduction in Korea; nuclear weapons; balance of payments. Korea, (October-December) 1963. 148 pp. Major Topic: U.S. military force reduction in Korea. KNA Plane Incident, K4-B.9 [1958]. 60 pp. Major Topics: Defections; U.S. intervention for return of passengers detained after Communist hijacking of Korean National Airlines plane.

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SUBJECT INDEX

The following index is a guide to the major topics in this microfilm publication. The first number after an entry refers to the reel, while the four-digit number following the colon refers to the frame number at which a particular file folder containing information on the subject begins. Hence, 11: 0233 directs the researcher to the folder that begins at Frame 0233 of Reel 11. By referring to the Reel Index, which constitutes the initial section of this guide, the researcher will find the folder title, inclusive dates, and a list of Major Topics, listed in the order in which they appear on the film.

Adoption Amerasian children 11: 0233 Africa aid from Korea 8: 0223, 0364 aid from Korea and Nationalist China 8:0231 Agency for International Development (AID) 8: 0133, 0206, 0247, 0294, 0364; 10: 0134; 11:0318 development loans to Korea 11: 0337 Agricultural exports and imports

8:0331,0338

barley 11:0424 Agricultural machinery and equipment 8:0331 Air forces Japan 3: 0751; 4: 0001 South Africa 6: 0630 Air piracy Korean National Airlines plane hijacking 12:0664 Air traffic control overflight restrictions in Japan 4: 0001 Air warfare POW camp attack 2: 0060, 0444 Amerasian children adoption 11: 0233 Antidumping regulations 9: 0571

Armistice agreement between United States and Chinese and North Korean Communists 1:0018-0887; 2: 0001-0700; 3: 00010751; 4:0149-0718; 5: 0001-0714; 6: 0060, 0135, 0372, 0459; 7: 0001, 0245,0954 reaction from Korea to negotiations 5: 0714 Asia U.S. military deployment 11: 0538 Asia Foundation 9: 0437 Asian Development Bank 8: 0752 Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League 8:0354; 11:0767 Australia military forces 1: 0887 Awards, medals, and prizes honorary degree to Chung-hee Park 10:0134 see also Military awards, decorations, and medals Balance of payments 8: 0201; 12:0333 Barley 11:0424 Blockades Korea 5: 0465

Bombs and bombing

Kaesong zone attack 1: 0018 POW camp attack 3: 0534; 4: 0438 Brown, Winthrop G.

9:0160 Buck, Pearl 11:0233 Building materials

Chou En-Lai 4: 0149; 6:0459 Civil-military relations

North Korea production 7: 0202 Business cycles

6: 0668 Cambodia

internal security 5: 0714 Cease-fire agreement 5: 0001 negotiations 1: 0001

see also Armistice Censorship of press 5: 0032 Chang U-Chu

4: 0718; 9:0553 Claims Korea request for settlement of claim against United States 11:0131 Clark, Mark W. 4:0149, 0718; 5: 0032, 0349 Coal and coal mining contract award to Ingersoll-Rand 8: 0247 North Korea 7: 0202 Coastal waters

2:0060 Colson, Charles F. 3:0001 Concrete and cement

Korea cement plant capacity 11: 0746 Contracts

Ingersoll-Rand coal mining 8: 0247 Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere (CARE) 8: 0294 Copyright violations 9: 0590 Corruption and bribery 11:0321 Currency reform in Korea 4: 0001 Customs duties and tariffs

U.S. visit 8: 0426 Cheju Island Japan-Korea dispute over fishing rights

11:0012 Children

adoption of Amerasians 11: 0233 China, Nationalist 4: 0001; 5:0032 aid to Africa 8: 0231 China, People's Republic of 3: 0534, 4: 0001 admission to UN 7: 0001 aid to Vietnam 10: 0806 armistice agreement 1: 0018-0887; 2: 00010700; 3:0001-0751; 4: 0149-0718; 5:0001-0714; 6:0060, 0135, 0459; 7: 0001, 0245, 0954 Communist views on Korea unification 7: 0904, 1000 Korean War cease-fire negotiations 1: 0001 negotiations for reunification of Korea 7: 0245 propaganda 6: 0231 response to U.S. military adjustment in Korea 12: 0114 Status of Forces negotiations 8: 0889 trade with North Korea 7: 0202 transport of Greek nationals from Communist China to Japan 3: 0001 troop withdrawal from Korea 7: 0491

import tariff on Korean products 9: 0544 Defections Communist bloc 5: 0714

Korea 11: 0006; 12:0664 Defense budget and appropriations 12:0001 Defense contracts and procurement

8: 0133; 9: 0645; 11:0315,0592 U.S. procurement in Korea for Vietnam

8:0588; 11:0106 Defense industries

Japan 6: 0668 DEMAG coal mining contract loss 8: 0247 Demilitarized zone

1: 0161-0444; 2: 0060; 4: 0718; 6:0100 Democratic People's Republic of Korea

see Korea, North

Demonstrations and protests Korea demonstrations against armistice agreement 4: 0149 student 8: 0047 Department of Defense see Joint Chiefs of Staff Deportation 11:0307 Detention camps 3:0534 Development loans see Loans Diplomatic and consular service 11:0640 North Korea diplomatic relations 10: 0806 U.S. embassy residence in Seoul 8: 0347 Displaced persons 2: 0060, 0265 Dodd, Francis T. 3:0001 Dokdo Island Japan-Korea territorial dispute 11: 0012 Economic aid 8: 0091, 0133-0197, 0206, 0364; 10: 0477 Economic conditions 5: 0032; 7: 0296; 8: 0029, 0743, 0757; 9: 0706; 10:0134 Economic indicators Korea Gross National Product 11: 0164 Elections 5: 0714; 7: 0001, 0770, 0954 North Korea elections observation by UN 7: 0746 Electric power North Korea production 7: 0202 Exchange of persons programs 11:0436 application waivers for visitors from Korea 8: 0637 Federal Republic of Germany see Germany, West Fertilizers North Korea 7: 0202 Fish and fishing industry Cheju Island fishing rights dispute between Japan and Korea 11: 0012 North Korea 7: 0202 North Pacific Ocean 9: 0627 Foreign exchange 5:0032; 11:0370

Foreign trade see Agricultural exports and imports Foreign trade controls see Antidumping regulations Fulbright, J. William, Foreign Scholarship Board Fulbright program in Korea 11: 0436 General Accounting Office 8: 0769 George, Harold (Lord Alexander) 3:0276 Germany, West aid to Korea economic development 8: 0630 hospital unit offered to Korea 6: 0503 reaction to coal mining contract awarded to U.S. firm 8: 0247 relations with United States 7: 0746 Gifts and donations Park, Chung-hee--gifts 9: 0339 Gingold, Paul A. release request by U.S. government 11: 0001 trial in Korea 11: 0227 Grains and grain products North Korea production 7: 0202 see also Barley Greece transport of Greek nationals from Communist China to Japan 3: 0001 Green, Marshall Korea visit 10: 0001 Gulf Oil Corporation oil tanker sale to Korea 9: 0668 Haan, Kilsoo 9: 0678 Harbors and ports 2: 0060-0444 Harrison, William K. 3: 0751; 4: 0438; 5: 0001 Horticulture 11:0486 Hospitals West German hospital unit in Korea 6: 0503 Humphrey, Hubert 9:0145,0778; 11:0695 India government action for POWs 6: 0582 military forces 5: 0465 Industrial production and capacity 11:0164 Korea cement plant capacity 11: 0746 North Korea 11: 0409

Ingersoll-Rand coal mining contract award 8: 0247 Internal security Cambodia 5: 0714 Laos 5: 0714 International assistance 2: 0444; 7: 0670; 10: 0806; 11: 0333, 0394, 0424 see also Military assistance International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) 7:0610 International Labor Organization 11:0534 International law 5:0714 Inter-Parliamentary Union admission of North Korea 10: 0737 Iron and steel industry North Korea 7: 0202 Japan 4: 0149-0718 aid to Southeast Asia development 11: 0394 air force 3: 0751; 4: 0001 civil unrest 3: 0534 defense industries 6: 0668 military assistance 3: 0751; 6: 0372-0423, 0630 overflight restrictions 4: 0001 peace treaty 1: 0001 relations with Korea 5: 0714; 8: 0694; 9: 0001, 0191, 0509, 0706, 0731; 11:0012,0337 relations with United States 6: 0258 sovereignty over Ryukyu Islands 6: 0630 transport of Greek nationals from Communist China to Japan. 3: 0001 Joint Chiefs of Staff 6: 0086-0135, 0423, 0549 Joy, C. Turner 1:0001-0444; 3: 0001 Kaesong neutrality agreement 1: 0018 neutrality violations 1: 0018-0444; 4: 0001 UN investigation of Korea soldier detainment in Kaesong 1: 0018 Kim Chong-p'il 10: 0725 Kim II Sung 1:0018; 4: 0149 Indonesia visit 9: 0767

Kim Yong-sun 8: 0029; 9: 0191 Kinney, A. J. 1:0018 Koje-Do POW camp 2:0444,0700;3:0001-0276;4:0001; 6: 0309 Korea, North 7: 0770, 0904; 8: 0026; 9: 0502 armistice agreement 1: 0018-0887; 2: 00010700; 3: 0001-0751; 4: 0149-0718; 5: 0001-0032, 0349-0714; 6: 0060, 0135, 0459;7:0001,0245, 0954 cease-fire negotiations 1: 0001 diplomatic relations 10: 0806 elections observation by UN 7: 0746 fishing industry 7: 0202 industrial production and plant capacity 7:0202; 11:0409 Inter-Parliamentary Union admission 10:0737 military occupation directives 6: 0630 political developments 7: 0202 restriction on travel of U.S. citizens 11:0398 socioeconomic developments 7: 0202 trade 7: 0202; 11:0409 travel by U.S. citizens to North Korea 11:0079,0144 troops in Vietnam 8: 0292 U.S. aggression 10: 0815 Korean Airlines aircraft purchase 8: 0342 Korean Economic Development Institute 8: 0630, 0694 Korean Institute for Industrial Technology and Applied Science 11:0164 Korean National Airlines airplane hijacking 12: 0664 Korea Oil Corporation 9: 0645 Krishna Menon, K. V. 7: 0245 Labor unions and organizations 11:0509 see also International Labor Organization Laos internal security 5: 0714 Lee Hyong-keun 1:0018,0444

Lee Tong Won U.S. visit 10: 0111, 0477; 11: 0296, 0774 Livestock and livestock industry 8: 0329 Loans development loans 8: 0240, 0247; 11: 0337 McNamara, Robert Korea visit 11: 0781 Mexico proposal for Korean armistice 6: 0372 Military airfields 1: 0732-0887; 2: 0060, 0444-0700; 3:0001; 6: 0001 Military airlifts 5: 0465 Military Armistice Commission (MAC) 1: 0732-0887; 2: 0060; 4: 0718; 5:00320714; 6: 0001, 0135; 7: 0001; 9: 0307, 0539,0694; 10:0815; 11:0708 Military assistance 8: 0001, 0364 Japan 3: 0751 Korea to South Vietnam 8: 0364, 0428, 0803; 9: 0001, 0191, 0409, 0678, 0731; 11:0044-0065,0385,0560 U.S. to Korea 5: 0349 U.S. to Japan 5: 0714; 6: 0372, 0423, 0630 Military awards, decorations, and medals Legion of Merit 8: 0476 Military bases, posts, and reservations 4:0001 Military cemeteries and burials 2: 0265; 8:0686 Military demarcation line 1: 0001-0444; 2: 0060, 0700;4:0149, 0718; 5: 0032; 6: 0100 Military engagements 1: 0018-0444; 2: 0265, 0700; 3:0276, 0751; 4: 0001; 5:0032 Military force reduction U.S. in Korea 8: 0574, 0773; 12:0114, 0333-0516 Military forces Australia 1: 0887 China withdrawal from Korea 7: 0491 India 5: 0465 Korea 8: 0029, 0568 Status of Forces negotiations 8: 0889 strength of Communist and UNC forces, 1953-1958 7: 0491

U.S. 5: 0349; 6: 0668; 8: 0099; 11: 0538; 12:0001,0114 Military officers Legion of Merit to Korean military officers 8:0476 U.S. and Korea briefings 8: 0495 Military operations North Korea military occupation directives 6: 0630 Military personnel Korea soldier detainment in Kaesong, UN investigation 1: 0018, 0887; 2: 02650444;4:0001; 5:0465-0714; 6: 0001 Military training exercises 8: 0677 Missionaries 1:0887 Morale military 4: 0149 Muccio, John 1:0001 Nam II 1:0161-0732; 2: 0265 Neutrality Kaesong 1:0018-0444; 4: 0001 Pakistan 6: 0503 Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission (NNRC) 4: 0718; 5:0001-0032, 0465, 0714; 6: 0217, 0549, 0630-0668;7:0001, 0245 Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission (NNSC) 2:0060-0444; 4:0438-0718;5:0032, 0465-0714; 6: 0001, 0459, 0549, 0668; 7: 0001 Norred, Christopher A., Jr. Korea visit 8: 0785,9: 0706 Nuclear power U.S.-Korea agreement 8: 0306 Nuclear weapons 12:0114,0333 Oriental Chemical Industry Co. development loan 8: 0247 Pacific Ocean fishing in North Pacific Ocean 9: 0627 Pack Too Chin 4: 0149 Pakistan neutrality 6: 0503 Pak Tong-kyu commentary on United States 8: 0748

Pan Mun Jom

1: 0161-0444 Park, Chung-hee address to Korean troops for Vietnam 11:0096 gifts 9: 0339 honorary degree award 10: 0134 U.S. visit 9: 0755; 10:0134 Passports and visas diplomatic passport issuance 11: 0144 Pearson, L. B.

7: 0001

Peng Teh-Huai 1:0018 Philippines position on Korean political conference 7:0191 Status of Forces negotiations 8: 0889 U.S. airbases 6: 0001 Political conditions 5: 0465-0714; 7: 0001, 0198; 9:0706; 11:0643 Political parties 5:0714 Potsdam Conference

7: 0001

Prisoners release of political prisoners 11: 0004, 0738 Prisoners of war (POWs) 1: 0732 air attack on POW camp 2: 0060, 0444 bombing of POW camp 3: 0534 camp construction 3: 0751 camp disturbances 5: 0349 camp incident 3: 0751 camp outbreak 2: 0444 escape 4: 0718; 5: 0032 judicial action 4: 0001 Koje-Do camp 2: 0444-0700; 3: 00010276; 4: 0001; 6: 0309 list of U.S. and UN personnel 5: 0465 mistreatment 4: 0149-0438 release and repatriation 1: 0444, 0887; 2:0001-0700; 3: 0001-0751; 4: 00010718;5:0001-0714; 6: 0001, 01350199, 0231-0503, 0619, 0668; 7: 0001, 0245 responsibilities of India government 6: 0582 trials 6: 0423 UNC 10:0815

Propaganda Chinese Communist 6: 0231 Communist 1: 0018-0161; 2: 0444; 4: 0438; 5: 0032; 6: 0309 Prostitution 9:0553 Red Cross, International Committee of the (ICRC) 1: 0001, 0732; 2: 0001-0265, 0700; 3: 0001, 0751; 4: 0438-0718; 5: 0032-0349; 6: 0503; 7:0613 Repatriation POWs 1: 0444, 0887; 2: 0001-0700; 3:0001-0751; 4: 0001-0718; 5: 00010714; 6: 0001, 0135, 0199, 0231-0503, 0619, 0668; 7: 0001, 0245 Rhee, Syngman 1: 0001; 3:0001-0534; 4: 0001-0718; 5: 0001-0032, 0465-0714; 6:0001, 0549; 7:0770 transport of body to Korea 10: 0723 Ridgway, Matthew 1: 0001-0887; 2: 0001-0700; 3:0001-0751; 4: 0001-0718; 5:0001-0714;6:00010726 Rowe, David N. 8:0354 Rushcloth 9: 0590 Rusk, Dean 10:0111,0477 Ryukyu Islands Japan sovereignty 6: 0630 Security classification of documents 8:0352 Seoul reestablishment as capital of Korea 3: 0751; 4:0001 student demonstrations 9: 0001 U.S. embassy residence 8: 0347 Seung-joon Huh U.S. visit 11:0509 Ships and shipping oil tanker operations 11: 0405 tanker sale to Korea 9: 0668 South Africa withdrawal of air squadron from UNC 6: 0630 Southeast Asia development aid from Japan 11: 0394

Sovereignty Japan sovereignty over Ryukyu Islands 1:0887; 6: 0630 Soviet Union 2: 0265-0444; 3: 0276-0751 NNSC membership rejection 6: 0217 proposal for Korean unification 7: 0001 response to U.S. military adjustment in Korea 12: 0114 Students demonstrations 9: 0001; 10: 0815 Korea youth activities 8: 0047; 11: 0753 Sweden neutrality 4: 0438 NNSC participation 5: 0714; 6: 0549 supervision of truce 6: 0217 Switzerland neutrality 4: 0149-0718 NNRC participation 5: 0465 NNSC participation 5: 0714; 6: 0549 Taylor, Maxwell D. 5: 0032, 0714 Textile industry North Korea production 7: 0202 Thirty-Eighth Parallel 1:0161,2:0060,0700 Travel and tourism U.S. citizens travel to North Korea 11: 0079, 0144, 0398 Treaties and conventions Japan 1: 0001 Trials Gingold, Paul A., in Korea 11: 0227 POWs 6: 0423 Tungsten disposal program of U.S. 11: 0483 Unification 7: 0356 negotiations 7: 0245 proposal by Soviet Union 7: 0001 U.S. position 7: 0770, 0954 views of Communist China 7: 0904, 1000 United Nations (UN) 1: 0001; 4: 0718; 7: 0001, 0191-0202, 0277-0341, 0359-0603, 0626-0746, 0824-0902, 0954; 9: 0627

China admission 7: 0001 investigation of Korea soldier detainment in Kaesong 1: 0018 membership application by Korea 7: 0296 membership application by Vietnam 7: 0296, 0362 observation of North Korea elections 7:0746 see also individual agencies United Nations Command (UNC) 1: 0018-0887; 2: 0001-0700; 3:0001-0751; 4: 0001-0718; 5:0001-0714;6:00010372,0459-0503, 0582-0619, 0668 South Africa air squadron withdrawal from UNC 6: 0630 troop strength, 1953-1958 7: 0491 United Nations Commission for the Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea (UNCURK) 7:0626,0746, 0824 United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) 7: 0359 United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) 7: 0902 United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA) 6: 0135; 7: 0341, 0670, 0874-0893 Vietnam aid from China 10: 0806 military aid from Korea 8: 0364, 0428; 9: 0191, 0409, 0678, 0731; 11: 0044, 0385, 0560 North Korea troops 8: 0292 UN membership application 7: 0296, 0362 Vietnam conflict 8: 0047; 9: 0191, 0627 Vyshinsky, A. Y. 7: 0245 Wall coverings see Rushcloth War atrocities and casualties 1:0444,4:0149-0438 War Memorial Activities Association 8: 0686

World Health Organization 6:0231 Yang You Chan 7: 0362 Yarborough, William P. 8: 0495

Yi Tong Won see Lee Tong Won Yoshida, Shigeru

1:0001

CONFIDENTIAL U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT SPECIAL FILES

Japan,1947-1966 Korea,1950-1966 Northeast Asia, 1943-1956 Southeast Asia, 1944-1958 Vietnam Working Group, 1963-1966

CONFIDENTIAL U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT CENTRAL FILES

China, 1930-1969 Formosa, 1945-1954 India, 1945-1954 Indochina, 1945-1959 Japan,1945-1969 The Philippine Republic, 1945-1959

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