Yugoslavia


175. Telegram From the Embassy in Yugoslavia to the Department of State

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, Yugoslavia, Cables. Confidential. Repeated to Bucharest, Hong Kong, Moscow, and Zagreb.


176. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: Department of State, Secretary's Memoranda of Conversation: Lot 65 D 330. Confidential. Drafted by Andrews and approved in S on August 24. The source text is labeled “Part I of III;“ separate memoranda of conversation dealing with East-West relations and visitors to Yugoslavia are ibid.


177. Telegram From the Embassy in Yugoslavia to the Department of State

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, Yugoslavia, Cables. Confidential; Priority. Repeated to Moscow and Zagreb.


178. Memorandum From the Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs (Mann) to the President's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (Bundy)

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, Yugoslavia, Memos, Vol. 1. Confidential. An attached table, entitled “Yugoslav Requirements and Proposed Financing,” is not printed.


179. Telegram From the Embassy in Yugoslavia to the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Yugoslav Desk Files: Lot 79 D 230, Pol 1966 US. Confidential; Priority.


180. Memorandum From the Under Secretary of State (Katzenbach) and the Under Secretary of Agriculture (Schnittker) to President Johnson

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, Yugoslavia, Memos, Vol. 2. Confidential.


181. Telegram From the Embassy in Yugoslavia to the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Central Files, POL 15–1 YUGO. Confidential.


182. Telegram From the Department of State to the Embassy in Yugoslavia

Source: Department of State, Central Files, POL US–YUGO. Confidential; Priority. Drafted by Miller, cleared by Yost, and approved by Lisle. Repeated to USUN.


183. National Intelligence Estimate

Source: Central Intelligence Agency, Job 79–R01012A, ODDI Registry. Secret; Controlled Dissemination. According to a note on the cover sheet, the CIA, the intelligence organizations of the Departments of State and Defense, and the NSA participated in the preparation of the estimate. The estimate was submitted by the Director of Central Intelligence, and concurred in by the U.S. Intelligence Board with the Directors of INR, DIA, and NSA concurring. The representatives of the AEC and the Assistant Director of the FBI abstained on the grounds the subject was outside their jurisdiction.


185. Telegram From the Embassy in Yugoslavia to the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Central Files, POL US–YUGO. Confidential. Repeated to Zagreb.


186. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: Department of State, Central Files, POL 17 YUGO–US. Confidential. Drafted by Wilson and approved in S/AH on October 5. The meeting was held in Harriman's office.


187. Telegram From the Embassy in Yugoslavia to the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Central Files, POL 17 YUGO–US. Confidential.


188. Memorandum From the President's Special Assistant (Rostow) to President Johnson

Source; Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, Yugoslavia, Cables. No classification marking.


189. Information Memorandum From the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs (Springsteen) to Secretary of State Rusk

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, Yugoslavia, Cables. Confidential. Drafted by Beaudry and Wilson and cleared by Grossman.


190. Telegram From the Embassy in Yugoslavia to the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Central Files, POL 7 YUGO. Confidential. Repeated to Prague, Bucharest, Budapest, Moscow, Sofia, Warsaw, Berlin, USNATO, and Zagreb.


191. Telegram From the Embassy in Yugoslavia to the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Central Files, POL 27–1 COMBLOC–CZECH. Confidential; Priority.


192. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: Department of State, Central Files, POL US–YUGO. Secret; Limdis. Drafted by Wilson and approved in S on September 3. The meeting was held in Secretary Rusk's office.


193. Telegram From the Embassy in Yugoslavia to the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Central Files, POL 15–1 YUGO. Secret; Limdis. Repeated to Bucharest, Budapest, Moscow, Prague, Sofia, Zagreb, and USNATO.


194. Memorandum for the Record

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, Yugoslavia, Cables. Confidential. Drafted by Nathaniel Davis on September 26. Copies were sent to Rostow, Ash, and Lisle.


195. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, Yugoslavia, Memos, Vol. 2. No classification marking. Drafted by Davis and approved by Rostow. The meeting was held in the President's office at the White House.


196. Telegram From the Under Secretary of State (Katzenbach) to the Department of State

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, Yugoslavia, Memos, Vol. 2. Secret; Immediate; Exdis. Katzenbach was in Europe to attend a meeting of the Western European Union.


197. Telegram From the Department of State to the Mission to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Source; Department of State, Central Files, ORG 1 U. Secret; Exdis. Drafted by Wilson and approved by Lisle and in S/S, EUR, and U.

  1. Beginning in spring of 1965, the dates and transmission times of all incoming Department of State telegrams were in six-figure date-time-groups. The “Z” refers to Greenwich mean time.
  2. Beginning in 1967, the dates and transmission times of all outgoing Department of State telegrams were in six-figure date-time-groups. The “Z” refers to Greenwich mean time.