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Interest of the United States in the Arab–Israeli controversy over the future status of Palestine; the issue at the United Nations; creation of the state of Israel; entry of Arab forces into Palestine1

1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1947, vol. v, pp. 9991328.


[1] The British Embassy to the Department of State

867N.01/1–548


[3] The Ambassador in Egypt (Tuck) to the Secretary of State

867N.01/1–748: Telegram


[8] The Consul General at Jerusalem (Macatee) to the Secretary of State

867N.01/1–1648: Telegram


[9] The United States Representative at the United Nations (Austin) to the Secretary of State

501.BB Palestine/1–1948: Telegram


[10] Memorandum by the Director of the Policy Planning Staff (Kennan) to the Secretary of State

PPS Files, Lot 64 D 563, Near and Middle East, 1947–1948


[11] The Acting Secretary of State to the United States Representative at the United Nations (Austin)

501.BB Palestine/1–1948: Telegram


[12] Memorandum Prepared in the Department of State

890D.00/1–1548


[13] Memorandum by Mr. Dean Rusk to the Under Secretary of State (Lovett)

867N.01/2–648


[14] The Secretary of State to the Embassy in the United Kingdom

867N.01/1–2648: Telegram


[16] Memorandum of Conversation, by Mr. John C. Ross

IO Files, US/A/AC.21/13


[17] The Acting Secretary of State to the Embassy in Pakistan

501.BB Palestine/12–947: Telegram


[25] The United States Representative at the United Nations (Austin) to the Secretary of State

501.BB Palestine/2–448: Telegram


[28] The Acting Secretary of State to the United States Representative at the United Nations (Austin)

501.BB Palestine/2–248: Telegram


[29] The Consul General at Jerusalem (Macatee) to the Secretary of State

867N.01/2–948: Airgram


[30] The Consul General at Jerusalem (Macatee) to the Secretary of State

867NO.1/2–948: Airgram

  1. Prepared, presumably, between January 24 and January 26, 1948.