United States policy regarding the admission of new members to the United Nations; the question of the admission of Italy as a special case 1

1. For previous documentation on the United Nations membership question, see Foreign Relations, volume i for 1946 1948 and volume ii for 1949 1950.


[215] The Ambassador in Italy (Dunn) to the Secretary of State

310/1–1251: Telegram


[216] Memorandum of Conversation, by the Secretary of State

310.265/1–1551


[217] The Secretary of State to the Embassy in Italy

310/1–1251: Telegram


[218] The Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs (Hickerson) to the Ambassador in Italy (Dunn)

UNP Files, Lot 59 D 237, “Italian Membership”


[221] The Secretary of State to the Embassy in Italy

350/2–851: Telegram


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

350/2–1551: Telegram


[226] The Ambassador in Italy (Dunn) to the Secretary of State

350/2–1951: Telegram


[232] Memorandum Drafted in the Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs

UNP Files, Lot 59 D 237, “Membership General IV (Beg. 1951)”


[234] Memorandum of Conversation, by Mr. Ward P. Alien, Special Assistant on United Nations Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs

UNP Files, Lot 59 D 237, “Membership General IV (Beg. 1951)”


[236] Memorandum by Mr. Paul B. Taylor of the Office of United Nations Political Security Affairs

UNP Files, Lot 59 D 237, “Membership General IV (Beg. 1951)”


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

310.2/8–1451: Telegram