119. Memorandum from Kaysen to President Kennedy, April 5
Disarmament problems. Secret. 4 pp. Kennedy Library, National Security Files, Departments and Agencies Series, ACDA, Disarmament, 18-Nation Conference, Geneva, 4/1/62–4/11/62.
120. Memorandum from Conger to Committee of Principals, April 6
Transmits copy of Foster’s memorandum to Kennedy on disarmament issues for discussion at April 6 meeting. Covering note unclassified. Foster memorandum is Confidential. 8 pp. Kennedy Library, National Security Files, Kaysen Series, Disarmament, Basic Memoranda, 2/62–4/62.
121. Message from President Kennedy to Prime Minister Macmillan, April 6
Thoughts on proposed statement and U.K. letter to Khrushchev. Attached is a draft U.S.–U.K. statement on nuclear testing. Top Secret. 6 pp. Kennedy Library, National Security Files, Subjects Series, Nuclear Weapons, Joint U.S.–U.K. Statement on Nuclear Testing 4/10/62, 3/62–4/62.
122. Letter from McCone to Foster, April 6
Military production facilities. Secret. 2 pp. CIA Files, Job 80B01285A, ER Files, DCI Chron, 1/1/62–12/31/62.
123. Draft Notes of Committee of Principals Meeting, April 11
Discussion centered on arms reduction, fixed launching pads, armaments for reserve forces, civilian controls, replacement production, and B–47 concerns. Secret. 5 pp. Kennedy Library, National Security Files, Kaysen Series, Disarmament, Basic Memoranda, 2/62–4/62.
124. Telegram 5441 to London, April 12
Text of message from Prime Minister Macmillan to President Kennedy on joint approach to Khrushchev. Secret. 3 pp. Department of State, Central Files, 700.5611/4–1262.
125. Table, April 12
Comparative methods of reducing armaments. Table is an attachment to an April 12 memorandum from Kaysen to President Kennedy on disarmament issues. Secret. 1 p. Kennedy Library, National Security Files, Kaysen Series, Disarmament, Basic Memoranda, Memorandum to the President 4/12/62.
126. Letter from Seaborg to President Kennedy, April 12
Atmospheric testing program issues. Secret. 2 pp. Kennedy Library, National Security Files, Nuclear Weapons Testing, 4/5/62–7/30/62.
127. Memorandum from Battle to Bundy, April 27
World reaction to U.S. resumption of nuclear atmospheric tests. No classification marking. An attached memorandum from Hilsman to Rusk provides an abstract and specific country reactions. Secret. Also attached is an April 27 paper describing the initial Free World press reaction. Official Use Only. 27 pp. Department of State, Central Files, 711.5611/4–2762.