NYC-101 March Crypto Message

Collection Information

Part of
Free Europe Committee Encrypted Telex Communication (view collection record)

General Information

Creator:
Title:
NYC-101 March Crypto Message
Created:
New York: 28 March 1961
Language:
English
Physical Description:
15 p.: microfilm
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Content

Summary:
I. RFE's perspective on the world situation A. The image of Kennedy administration: 1. Perspective and considerations; 2. Directive Annex no. 1. Excerpts from "The United States in the World Arena" by Walt W. Rostov, 1960 Annex no. 2. President Kennedy's inaugural address, January 20, 1961 Annex no. 3. President Kennedy's address on a program for Latin America, March 13, 1961 B. Scheduled Washington visits by European leaders: 1. Perspective and considerations; 2. Directive C. Indian foreign policy: 1. Perspective and considerations; 2. Directive

Context

Source:
Records of Free Europe Committee: President's Office: Encrypted Telex Communication between FEC New York and RFE Munich (HU OSA 298-1-2)
Associated Names:

Coverage

Collection Specific Tags:
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald, Stevenson, Adlai, Macmillan, Harold, Rusk, David DeanRadio Free Europe, UN, SEATO
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Access and Use

Rights Statement:
Rights Reserved - Free Access
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Archival ID:
HU OSA 298-1-2-35-0980
Suggested Citation:
"NYC-101 March Crypto Message", 28 March 1961. HU OSA 298-1-2-35-0980; Records of Free Europe Committee: President's Office: Encrypted Telex Communication between FEC New York and RFE Munich; Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest.
Permanent URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/10891/osa:f2ae83b9-a6de-4f82-9d62-38cee3cec33a
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