United States national security policy: estimates of threats to the national security; organization for national security; military posture and foreign policy; the extension of military assistance to foreign nations; efforts to acquire military bases and air transit rights in foreign areas; foreign policy aspects of strategic stockpiling; foreign information policy 1

1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1947, vol. i, pp. 707 780.


[2] Memorandum of Conversation, by Mr. Edmund A. Gullion, Special Assistant to the under Secretary of State (Lovett)

Lot 57D688, the Department of State consolidated lot file on atomic energy policy, 1944–1962.


[3] Memorandum by the Director of the Policy Planning Staff (Kennan) to the Secretary of State and the Under Secretary of State (Lovett)

Lot 64D563, files of the Policy Planning Staff of the Department of State, 1947–1953.


[4] Report by the Policy Planning Staff


[10] Memorandum by Mr. John Foster Dulles


[11] Report to the National Security Council by the Executive Secretary (Souers)

Serial master file of National Security Council documentation and related Department of State material for the years 1947–1961, retired by the Executive Secretariat of the Department of State.


[18] Memorandum by the Secretary of Defense (Forrestal) to the National Security Council

S/SNSC Files: Lot 63D351: NSC 5 Series


[19] Current Economic Developments

Lot 54D361, containing the publication Current Economic Developments for the years 1945–1952.


[20] Memorandum Prepared in the Department of State

S/S–Files: Lot 63D351: NSC 30 Series