Editorial Note

On June 10, Acting Secretary Webb reported on the progress of the Council of Foreign Ministers at a meeting of the Cabinet. He noted that there was “… no real indication that the Russians were prepared to do the things necessary to reach an understanding even with respect to the unification of Berlin.” Webb’s record of this meeting and of another meeting the same day with President Truman at which he left a status report on the Council of Foreign Ministers, neither printed, are in file 740.00119 Council/6–1049.