Participation by the United States in the work of the European Advisory Commission: 1
1. The European Advisory Commission was established by the Tripartite Conference of Foreign Ministers at Moscow, October 18–November 1, 1943. The project was discussed at the sessions held on October 22, 23, 27, and 29. For reports of these meetings and texts of other Moscow Conference documents relating to the European Advisory Commission (telegram 1135, Amdel 60, Washington, October 30, 1943; Conference Documents Nos. 8 and 18; and Annex 2 to the Secret Protocol of the Conference), see Foreign Relations, 1943, vol. i, pp. 604, 617, 650, 662, 683, 710, 720, and 756, respectively.
For previous correspondence regarding the establishment of the European Advisory Commission, see ibid., pp. 801 ff.
- I. Organization and scope of activity of the European Advisory Commission;
question of civil affairs arrangements for liberated areas (Documents 1-28)
- II. The preparation of surrender terms for Hungary, Rumania, Bulgaria, and Finland
- III. Consultation by the Commission with European Allied countries (Documents 29-54)
- IV. Admission of France to full membership in the Commission (Documents 55-74)
- V. Questions of terms of surrender, zones of occupation, and control
machinery for Germany
- VI. Questions of zones of occupation and control machinery for
Austria (Documents 228-256)