Foreign policy aspects of United States development of atomic energy 1

1.

Continued from Foreign Relations, 1950, vol. i, pp. 493 ff. For documentation on United States policy with respect to the regulation of armaments, including international control of atomic energy, see pp. 443 ff. For documentation on discussions with the United Kingdom and Canada concerning the threat of general war with the Soviet Union, see pp. 802 ff. For documentation on U.S. national security policy, see pp. 1 ff.

For extensive additional information on United States atomic energy policy, see Richard G. Hewlett and Francis Duncan, Atomic Shield, 1947–1952: A History of the United States Atomic Energy Commission, volume II (University Park, Pennsylvania, The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1969). See also Margaret M. Gowing, Independence and Deterrence: Britain and Atomic Energy, 1945–1952, 2 vols. (London, Macmillan, 1974).


[228] The Secretary of State to Certain Diplomatic and Consular Offices

460.008/1–1651: Circular airgram


[229] Memorandum by the Secretary of Defense (Marshall) to the Secretary of State and the Chairman of the United States Atomic Energy Commission (Dean)

Department of State consolidated lot file on atomic energy policy, 1944–1962.


[230] The Special Assistant to the Secretary of State (Arneson) to Mr. Robert LeBaron, Deputy to the Secretary of Defense (Marshall) on Atomic Energy Matters

Subject files on atomic energy and space, 1950–1967, retired by the Office of Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Politico-Military Affairs.


[232] Mr. Winston S. Churchill to President Truman

G/PM Files, Lot 68 D 349