Monday, July 23, 1945


Contents

  1. J. C. S. 201st Meeting.
  2. C. C. S. 199th Meeting.
  3. All information on this conversation is based on rough informal notes taken by Morse, the gist of which was given to Department of State historians by Morse in a conversation of November 30, 1955.
  4. In the set of minutes for the meetings of the Foreign Ministers the morning meeting on July 23 is called the Sixth Session and the morning meeting on July 24, the Seventh Session. It was agreed on the morning of July 23 (ante, p. 275) to hold an “informal” meeting in the afternoon.
  5. All information on this conversation is based on rough informal notes taken by Morse, the gist of which was given to Department of State historians by Morse in a conversation of November 30, 1955.
  6. This is the time given on the cover sheet of the Department of State minutes. The Log (ante, p. 18) indicates that the meeting was called to order at 5:10 p.m.
  7. Churchill as host. The dinner was held at Churchill’s quarters, 23 Ring strasse, Babelsberg. List of participants (other than Moran) from the Log, ante, p. 18.
  8. Designated a “Plenary Meeting” in the papers of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, It was held at Truman’s quarters, 2 Kaiserstrasse, Babelsberg.
  9. The meeting was held in the Cecilienhof Palace.
  10. This time, given on the cover sheet of the Page minutes, is apparently the time of the beginning of the ByrnesMolotov conversation.
  11. The meeting was held at Truman’s quarters, 2 Kaiserstrasse, Babelsberg.
  12. This is the time given on the cover sheet of the Thompson minutes. The Log (ante, p. 19) indicates that the meeting was called to order at 5:15 p.m.
  13. C. C. S. 200th Meeting.
  14. All information on this conversation is based on rough informal notes taken by Morse, the gist of which was given to Department of State historians by Morse in a conversation of November 30, 1955.
  15. This conversation took place at the Cecilienhof Palace immediately after the adjournment of the Eighth Plenary Meeting.
  16. All information on this conversation is based on rough informal notes taken by Morse, the gist of which was given to Department of State historians by Morse in a conversation of November 30, 1955.