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United States concern with Cuban problems related to the defense of the Western Hemisphere1

1. For previous documentation on the questions of control and use of strategic air bases and of airports in Cuba, see Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. ix, pp. 896 ff. For documentation on military collaboration between the United States and other American Republics during 1946, see pp. 86 ff.


[638] The Secretary of State to the Cuban Ambassador (Belt)

811.24537/2–946


[639] The Secretary of State to the Secretary of the Navy (Forrestal)

811.24537/11–545


[640] The Secretary of State to the Cuban Ambassador (Belt)

811.24537/2–946


[641] The Secretary of State to the Secretary of War (Patterson)

811.24537/3–3046


[643] The Secretary of War (Patterson) to the Secretary of State

837.5041/5–1846


[644] The Chargé in Cuba (Woodward) to the Secretary of State

811.24537/6–1946


[645] The Acting Secretary of State to the Cuban Ambassador (Belt)

837.24/5–1546


[646] The Chargé in Cuba (Woodward) to the Secretary of State

811.34537/7–1646


[647] The Acting Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Cuba (Norweb)

811.34537/9–1746


[648] The Acting Secretary of State to the Secretary of War (Patterson)

811.24537/7–3146


[649] The Ambassador in Cuba (Norweb) to the Secretary of State

811.34537/11–2546