Attitude of the United States toward the Yugoslav-Cominform dispute; efforts to provide economic assistance to Yugoslavia 1
1. Previous documentation on these subjects is printed in Foreign Relations, 1948, vol. iv, pp. 1054 ff.
Other aspects of United States relations with Yugoslavia are dealt with elsewhere; see in particular the documentation on the attitude of the United States toward the maintenance of the Free Territory of Trieste, vol. iv, pp. 497 ff., United States policy with respect to civil aviation relations with the Soviet Union and the countries of Eastern Europe, pp. 184 ff., and the attitude of the United States toward the regime in Albania, pp. 298 ff. Documentation on the role of Yugoslavia in the Greek civil war is scheduled for publication in volume vi.
 Minutes of the Under Secretary’s Meeting. February 14, 1949, 10:00–11:10 A. M., Department of State
Under Secretary’s Meetings, Lot 53 D 250
Under Secretary’s Meetings Lot 53 D 250
840.50 Recovery/2–2549: Telegram
840.50 Recovery/2–2649: Telegram
 Memorandum of Conversation, by Bernard C. Connelly of the Division of Southern European Affairs
 The Director, Office of European Affairs (Hickerson) to the Assistant Secretary of Commerce (Blaisdell)
 Memorandum by the Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs (Thorp) to the Under Secretary of State (Webb)
Current Economic Developments, Lot 70 D 467