United States policy with regard to the polar regions 1
1. For documentation concerning U.S. policy with regard to the Antarctic, see Foreign Relations, 1950, vol. i, pp. 905 ff.
 Memorandum of Conversation, by the Chief of the Division of Northern European Affairs (Hulley)
[ Washington ,] March 1, 1951.2
 Memorandum of Conversation, by Mr. Grant G. Hilliker of the Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs
[ Washington ,] March 5, 1951.
 The First Secretary of Embassy in Argentina ( Pool ) to the Secretary of State
Buenos Aires , May 3, 1951.
 The Ambassador in Chile ( Bowers ) to the Secretary of State
Santiago , May 25, 1951.
 The First Secretary of Embassy in Argentina ( Martindale ) to the Secretary of State
Buenos Aires , June 8, 1951.
 Department of State Policy Statement
[ Washington ,] July 1, 1951.
 The Deputy Under Secretary of State ( Matthews ) to the Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs ( Burns )
Washington , August 6, 1951.
 Memorandum by the Joint Chiefs of Staff to the Secretary of Defense (Marshall)
Washington , 31 August 1951.
 Draft Declaration on Antarctica, Prepared in the Department of State
[ Washington , November 14, 1951.]
- Although the memorandum was dated March 1, the conversation took place on February 28.↩