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.
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.
This progress report was not printed in the FRUS
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
37) Memorandum by the Chairman of the National Security Resources Board (Symington) to the President, undated, FRUS
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
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 .