Roosevelt Papers: Telegram

The Secretary of State to the President 1

Ambassador Winant’s telegram number 7511 sent midnight September 12th2 reports that the European Advisory Commission on that date approved and signed, for submission to the three governments, the protocol on zones of occupation in Germany (State Department’s [Page 390] note: with British and American zones left in blank3) and the administration of greater Berlin.4

C[ordell] H[ull]
  1. Delivered to the White House Map Room; forwarded to Roosevelt at Quebec in telegram No. MR–out –397.
  2. Not printed (740.00119 EAC/9–1244).
  3. This parenthetical note was in the telegram as sent.
  4. The body of the protocol as signed on September 12, 1944, was identical with the draft which Hull forwarded to Roosevelt on September 11, ante, p. 380. For the formal text of the signed protocol, see Foreign Relations, The Conferences at Malta and Yalta, 1945, p. 118; Department of State, Treaties and Other International Acts Series No. 3071; Department of State, United States Treaties and Other International Agreements, vol. 5, part 2, p. 2079.