Truman Presidential Document Series
1) Map Room Messages of President Truman. (Microfilm J 82 D73 1980)
2) Potsdam Conference Documents 1945. (Microfilm J 82 D75 1980)
3) Official Conversations and Meetings of Dean Acheson 1949-1953.
(Microfilm E 748 A15 A31 198)
The Map Room Messages of President Truman, 1945-1946 contain top secret
messages between President Truman and Clement R. Attlee, Prime Minister of Great
Britain; Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek; Winston S. Churchill; W. Averell
Harriman; Ambassador Patrick J. Hurley; and Joseph Stalin.
The Potsdam Conference Documents, 1945 include all the documents from
a meeting between President Truman, Soviet Premier Stalin and British Prime
Ministers Churchill and Atlee held from July 16, 1945-August 2,1945 . They
discussed post-war arrangements in Europe, frequently without agreement. Future
moves in the war against Japan were also covered.
The Official Conversations and Meetings of Dean Acheson, 1949-1953.
Dean Acheson was President Truman's Under Secretary of State. Over the next two
years Acheson played an important role in devising both the
Truman Doctrine and the
Recovery Program (ERP). This is a collection of communications between
Dean Acheson and President Truman, other heads of state, ambassadors and
How to search the collection:
There are no subject indexes to these collections. Each collection has a
reel guide which lists communications by month and year.
Guide to Map Room Messages of President Truman,
1945-1946 and Potsdam Conference Documents, 1945 (Microfilm J 82 D73
Guide to Official Conversations and Meetings of Dean Acheson, 1949-1953
(Microfilm E 748 A15 A31 1980 Guide).
Project at Yale Law School: Potsdam Conference
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Time Period: 20th Century
Subject keywords: Military History, U. S. Politics
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