Germany:


[879] No. 879
Proposal by the British Delegation

9.00110 (Potsdam)/7–3045


[882] No. 882
United States Delegation Working Paper

740.00119 (Potsdam)/7–3145


[884] No. 884
The President to the Secretary of War (Stimson)

Department of the Army Files


[885] No. 885
United States Delegation Working Paper

740.00119 Potsdam/7–2945


[886] No. 886
Proposal by the Soviet Delegation

740.00119 (Potsdam)/7–3045


[887] No. 887
Proposal by the United States Delegation

740.00119 (Potsdam)/7–3045


[888] No. 888
Proposal by the British Delegation

740.00119 (Potsdam)/7–3145


[889] No. 889
United States Delegation Working Paper

Pauley Files


[891] No. 891
The United States Representatives on the Economic Subcommittee to the Secretary of State

740.00119 (Potsdam)/7–3145


  1. This memorandum was undoubtedly signed between July 25, the date of Stimson’s departure from Babelsberg, and July 29, the date on which Truman acted on the letter of instructions mentioned in paragraph 7 of the memorandum (see document No. 884).
  2. Cf. the Rapporteur’s report on the Tenth Meeting of the Foreign Ministers, July 30, ante, p. 501.