SWNCCState-War-Navy Coordinating Committee (Japan)
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145) At the same time, Truman's polarizing opinion was loud but forceful over British leaders, and unfortunately, warring Arab nations erupted after the establishment of Israel, fulfilling predictions from the SWNCC and Congress.
The SWNCC report emphasizes that a contribution to mitigating disturbances in Palestine through employing military personnel from the United States would "unnecessarily risk such serious disturbances throughout the area [and] .
The creation of SWNCC, virtually at the end of the war, and its
The SWNCC was mostly seen as a failure primarily because the problems it was intended to address were too large.
Meetings of the Subcommittee on the Far East (SFE), 25 September 1945 and undated (late September), Reel 1, SFE Papers, RG 353, NA; Byrnes to Atcheson, 17 October 1945, Box 3, Classified General Correspondence, USPOLAD Files, Records of Ambassadorial and Consular Posts, RG 84, NA; State-War-Navy Coordinating Committee (SWNCC) Directive, 18 October 1945, Reel 18, SWNCC Papers, RG 59, NA; Copy of MacArthur's notes on constitutional reform, 3 February 1946, Reel 1, Charles Kades Papers, Gordon W.
SWNCC 209, 20 March 1946, Reel 18, Papers of the State-War-Navy Coordinating Committee, RG 59, NA.
The SWNCC Subcommittee on Foreign Policy Information collected background material on Greece and Turkey and disseminated it to the press and interest groups.
The creation of SWNCC, virtually at the end of the war, and its continued existence after the surrender of Germany and Japan reflected the growing awareness within the Federal Government that better means of coordination were necessary.