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In 1989, 36 years after the coup, the State Department published a FRUS volume on US-Iran relations between 1951 and 1954 that neglected to mention any covert operation against the Iranian government.
Aide-Memoire, the British Embassy, to the Department of State, memorandum, 3 July 1940, in FRUS, 1940, III: 43.
FRUS FFP; FRUS HR; see, too, Foreign Relations of the United States, 1977-1980, vol.
With assistance from elite Thai paratroopers (PARU) (48) and White Star, arrangements (codenamed Project Momentum) were made to provide the Hmong with the essentials needed to support and train village-based guerrilla militias, including rice and care for their dependents (Gravel 1971: 646; FRUS 1997, May 9, 1961: Doc.
24) Kissinger, Ending the Vietnam War, 59, 68; Minutes of National Security Council Meeting, January 25, 1969, FRUS, 1969-1976, vol.
22) Telegram from the Legation in Romania to the Department of State, 5 March 1964, FRUS #140.
37) Memorandum by the Chairman of the National Security Resources Board (Symington) to the President, undated, FRUS, 1951,1:21,22,33.
Telegram from the President's Special Assistant (Komer) to President Johnson in Texas, Washington, 9 May 1966, 1515Z, FRUS, IV, 122.
Memorandum by Executive Director, War Relief Board (Pehle) to Under Secretary of State (Stettinius), 10 March 1944, FRUS 1944, vol.
388; the secretary of state to Howell, 8 June 1926, FRUS, 1927, 2:558-9.
The government recently established a panel of senior intelligence officials to decide disputes over covert operations, and Kimball says he looks forward to the Nixon FRUS editions with guarded optimism: "The issue .