134. Editorial Note

At the 380th meeting of the National Security Council on September 25, Deputy Director of Central Intelligence C. P. Cabell briefed the Council on significant world developments affecting U.S. security. Cabell briefly referred to Cuba, noting that Castro’s rebel movement “was in a stronger position than ever before.” There was no other discussion of the Cuban situation. (Memorandum of discussion; Eisenhower Library, Whitman File, NSC Records)