Relations of the United States and Guatemala, with special reference to the concern of the United States over COmmunist activity in Guatemala 1

1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1951, vol. ii, pp. 1415 ff.


[410] National Intelligence Estimate

INR–NIE files


[412] Memorandum of Conversation, by the Ambassador in Guatemala ( Schoenfeld )

611.14/9–2552


[416] Memorandum of Conversation, by the Acting Officer in Charge of Central America and Panama Affairs ( Clark )

Miller files, lot 53 D 26, “Guatemala”


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

611.14/11–1752


[422] National Intelligence Estimate

INR–NIE files


[424] Draft Policy Paper Prepared in the Bureau of the Inter-American Affairs

S/PNSC files, lot 61 D 167


[425] Memorandum for the Record, by Richard Hirsch of the Operations Coordinating Board

Eisenhower Library, Jackson records


[427] The Ambassador in Guatemala ( Peurifoy ) to the Department of State

611.14/12–1754: Telegram


[428] The Ambassador in Guatemala ( Peurifoy ) to the Department of State

611.14/12–2353:Telegram


[430] The Secretary of State to the Embassy in Guatemala

714.00/2–954: Telegram


[431] The Acting Secretary of State to the Embassy in Portugal

414.118/4–1454: Telegram


[434] Excerpt From the Diary of James C. Hagerty, Press Secretary to the President

Eisenhower Library, Hagerty papers


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

714.00/5–1154

  1. Information on the source text indicates that this memorandum was typed on Nov. 19.
  2. Information on the source text indicates that this memorandum was typed on Dec. 2.
  3. The source text contains no indication of a drafting date; the date supplied is that of the covering memorandum.