United States economic and military aid to Greece and Turkey: the Truman Doctrine 1

1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1947, vol. v, pp. 1 484, For documentation on the Greek case before the United Nations, see pp. 222 ff.


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

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[4] Memorandum by the Joint Chiefs of Staff to the Secretary of Defense (Forrestal)

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[7] Memorandum by the Legal Adviser (Gross) to the Assistant Director of the Executive Secretariat (McWilliams)

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[9] Report Prepared by the Policy Planning Staff

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[11] The Secretary of State to the American Mission for Aid to Greece

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[12] Memorandum by the Director of the Policy Planning Staff (Kennan)

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[14] Governor Dwight P. Griswold to the Secretary of State

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[15] The British Ambassador (Inverchapel) to the Secretary of State

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[17] The Secretary of State to the Greek Ambassador (Dendramis)

868.01/1–248


[18] The Secretary of State to the British Ambassador (Inverchapel)

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[19] The Secretary of State to the Embassy in Greece

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[21] The Acting Secretary of State to the Embassy in Greece

868.01/1–1648: Telegram


[22] The Secretary of State to the American Mission for Aid to Greece

868.20 Mission/1–2648: Telegram


[23] Governor Dwight P. Griswold to the Secretary of State

868.20/1–2948: Telegram


[26] Memorandum Prepared in the Department of State

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[27] The Secretary of State to the American Mission for Aid to Greece

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[28] Report by the National Security Council to President Truman

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