Sources

The editors of the Foreign Relations series have complete access to all the retired records and papers of the Department of State: the central files of the Department; the special decentralized files (“lot files”) of the Department at the bureau, office, and division levels; the files of the Department’s Executive Secretariat, which contain the records of international conferences and high-level official visits, correspondence with foreign leaders by the President and Secretary of State, and memoranda of conversations between the President and Secretary of State and foreign officials; and the files of overseas diplomatic posts. All the Department’s indexed central files for these years have been permanently transferred to the National Archives and Records Administration (Archives II) at College Park, Maryland. Many of the Department’s decentralized office (or lot) files covering this period, which the National Archives deems worthy of permanent retention, have been transferred or are in the process of being transferred from the Department’s custody to Archives II.

The editors of the Foreign Relations series also have full access to the papers of President Johnson and other White House foreign policy records. Presidential papers maintained and preserved at the Presidential libraries include some of the most significant foreign affairs-related documentation from the Department of State and other Federal agencies including the National Security Council, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Department of Defense, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Department of State historians also have access to records of the Department of Defense, particularly the records of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Secretaries of Defense and their major assistants.

In preparing this volume, the editor made extensive use of Presidential papers and other White House records at the Lyndon B. Johnson Library, which proved the richest source of documentation on President Johnson’s role in the South Asia region. Within the National Security File, the Country Files, the Head of State Correspondence Files, the file of Memos to the President, and the files of McGeorge Bundy, Robert Komer, Walt Rostow, and Harold Saunders were particularly valuable. The President’s Office file within the White House Central File is similarly valuable. The National Security Council history on the food crisis on the subcontinent, and the supporting collection of documents, prepared by Harold Saunders, which is within the National Security File, is uniquely valuable for the role of President Johnson and his principal advisers, such as Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman.

Thanks to the leadership of the Johnson Library, the Department of State historians had full access to the audiotapes of President Johnson’s telephone conversations. These audiotapes include substantial numbers [Page XVI]of telephone conversations between President Johnson and Secretary of State Rusk, Secretary of Defense McNamara, the President’s Special Assistant for National Security Affairs McGeorge Bundy, and key members of Congress. The editor of this volume found these perhaps the most valuable collection at the Johnson Library for the purpose of illuminating the role of President Johnson and his principal advisers. The tape recordings were especially important in documenting President Johnson’s outlook and role in managing the food crisis. Although the transcripts give the substance of the conversations, readers are urged to consult the recordings for a full appreciation of those dimensions that cannot be captured fully in a transcription, such as the speakers’ inflections and emphases that may convey nuances of meaning.

Second in importance to the records at the Johnson Library were the records of the Department of State. The central files of the Department of State provide rich detail on the crises that developed in 1965 over the Rann of Kutch and Kashmir. They are augmented in this regard by the lot files of the Department and by the files of the Secretary of Defense and the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.

The Central Intelligence Agency provides the Department of State historians access to intelligence documents from records in its custody and at the Presidential libraries. This access is arranged and facilitated by the CIA’s History Staff, part of the Center for the Study of Intelligence, pursuant to a May 1992 memorandum of understanding.

The editor included a selection of intelligence estimates and analyses seen by high-level policymakers, especially those that were made available to President Johnson. Among the intelligence records reviewed for the volume were those in country and intelligence files at the Johnson Library, the files of the Directors of Central Intelligence, especially John McCone, CIA intelligence reports and summaries, retired files of the Department of State’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research containing National Intelligence Estimates, and the INR Historical Files.

Almost all of this documentation has been made available for use in the Foreign Relations series thanks to the consent of the agencies mentioned, the assistance of their staffs, and the cooperation and support of the National Archives and Records Administration.

The following list identifies the particular files and collections used in the preparation of this volume. The declassification and transfer to the National Archives of the Department of State records is in process, and many of those records are already available for public review at the National Archives. The declassification review of other records is going forward in accordance with the provisions of Executive Order 12958, under which all records over 25 years old, except file series exemptions requested by agencies and approved by the President, should be reviewed for declassification by 2002.

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Unpublished Sources

  • Department of State
    • Central Files. See National Archives and Records Administration below.
    • Lot Files. These files have been transferred or will be transferred to the National Archives and Records Administration at College Park, Maryland, Record Group 59.
      • INR/IL Historical Files
        • Files of the Office of Intelligence Coordination, containing records from the 1940s through the 1970s, maintained by the Office of Intelligence Liaison, Bureau of Intelligence and Research.
      • NEA Files: Lot 71 D 79
        • Subject files of the Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs, 1967–1969.
      • NEA/INC Files: Lot 71 D 174
        • India economic subject files for 1967, maintained by the Office of India, Nepal, and Ceylon Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
      • NEA/INC Files: Lot 72 D 132
        • India economic subject files for 1968, maintained by the Office of India, Nepal, and Ceylon Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
      • NEA/INC Files: Lot 73 D 24
        • India political subject files for 1968, maintained by the Office of India, Nepal, and Ceylon Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
      • NEA/INS Files: Lot 73 D 349
        • India political files for 1945–1970, maintained by the Office of India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
      • NEA/INS Files: Lot 76 D 30
        • India political subject files for 1968 and 1971, maintained by the Office of India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
      • NEA/INS Files: Lot 78 D 60
        • NEA/INS Country Director’s files for 1963–1974, maintained by the Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
      • NEA/PAB Files: Lot 74 D 145
        • Afghanistan political and economic subject files for 1967 and 1969, maintained by the Office of Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
      • NEA/PAB Files: Lot 75 D 87
        • Pakistan defense subject files for 1967–1969, maintained by the Office of Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
      • NEA/PAB Files: Lot 75 D 129
        • Afghanistan political subject files for 1964–1968, maintained by the Office of Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
      • NEA/PAB Files: Lot 78 D 186
        • Pakistan political subject files for 1961–1967, maintained by the Office of Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
      • NEA/PAF Files: Lot 71 D 386
        • Pakistan political subject files for 1967, maintained by the Office of Pakistan and Afghanistan Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
      • NEA/PAF Files: Lot 72 D 71
        • Pakistan political subject files for 1968, maintained by the Office of Pakistan and Afghanistan Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
  • National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, MD
    • Record Group 59, Records of the Department of State
      • Central Files
        • AGR 1 INDIA: general agriculture policy and plans, India
        • AGR 12 INDIA: crop production and consumption, India
        • AGR 12 PAK: crop production and consumption, Pakistan
        • AID 9 INDIA: loans for economic development, India
        • AID 9 PAK: loans for economic development, Pakistan
        • AID (IBRD) 9 INDIA: IBRD economic development loans to India
        • AID (US) INDIA: general policy, U.S. aid to India
        • AID (US) PAK: general policy, U.S. aid to Pakistan
        • AID (US) 1 PAK: general policy, plans, coordination, U.S. aid to Pakistan
        • AID (US) 5: U.S. aid laws and regulations
        • AID (US) 8 AFG: U.S. grants and technical assistance to Afghanistan
        • AID (US) 9 AFG: U.S. loans for economic development, Afghanistan
        • AID (US) 9 PAK: U.S. loans for economic development, Pakistan
        • AID (US) 15 AFG: PL 480, Food for Peace Programs, Afghanistan
        • AID (US) 15 INDIA: PL 480, Food for Peace Programs, India
        • AID (US) 15 PAK: PL 480, Food for Peace Programs, Pakistan
        • AID (US) 15–4 INDIA: PL 480 Agreements, India
        • AID (US) 15–8 AFG: PL 480, Title I commodity Sales, Afghanistan
        • AID (US) 15–8 INDIA: PL 480, Title I commodity sales, India
        • AID (US) 15–8 PAK: PL 480, Title I commodity sales, Pakistan
        • AID (US) AFG: general policy, U.S. aid to Afghanistan
        • DEF 1 INDIA: defense policy, India
        • DEF 1 PAK: defense policy, Pakistan
        • DEF 1 PAK-US: defense policy, Pakistan-U.S.
        • DEF 1–1 INDIA–US: contingency planning, India-US
        • DEF 12 CHEROKEE; exclusive communications channel between the
        • DEF 12 INDIA: armaments, India
        • DEF 12 PAK: armaments, Pakistan
        • DEF 12–1 CHICOM: research and development, Communist China
        • DEF 12–1 INDIA: research and development, India
        • DEF 12–5 INDIA: procurement and sale of armaments, India
        • DEF 12–5 PAK: procurement and sale of armaments, Pakistan
        • DEF 15 PAK-US: bases and installations, Pakistan-U.S.
        • DEF 15–1 PAK: bases and installations policy and plans, Pakistan
        • DEF 15–10 PAK-US: establishment, construction, and termination of bases and installations, Pakistan-U.S.
        • DEF 15–4 PAK-US: bases and installations agreements and leases, Pakistan-U.S.
        • DEF 18 UN: arms control and disarmament, UN
        • DEF 18–8 INDIA: testing and detection of nuclear explosions, India
        • DEF 18–8 PAK: testing and detection of nuclear explosions, Pakistan
        • DEF 18–8 US: testing and detection of nuclear explosions, U.S.
        • DEF 19 US–INDIA: military assistance, U.S.-India
        • DEF 19 US–PAK: military assistance, U.S.-Pakistan
        • DEF 19–3 INDIA: defense organizations and conferences, India
        • DEF 19–3 US–INDIA: defense organizations and conferences, U.S.-India
        • DEF 19–3 US–PAK: defense organizations and conferences, U.S.-Pakistan
        • DEF 19–4 US–INDIA: military assistance agreements, U.S.-India
        • DEF 19–6 USSR: military assistance supplied by the U.S.S.R.
        • DEF 19–6 USSR-INDIA: U.S.S.R. military assistance to India
        • DEF 19–6 USSR-PAK: U.S.S.R. military assistance to Pakistan
        • DEF 19–8 BEL–PAK: Belgian military assistance to Pakistan
        • DEF 19–8 US–BEL: U.S. military assistance to Belgium
        • DEF 19–8 US–GERW: U.S. military assistance to West Germany
        • DEF 19–8 US–INDIA: defense equipment and supplies, U.S.-India
        • DEF 19–8 US–IRAN: defense equipment and supplies, U.S.-Iran
        • DEF 19–8 US–PAK: defense equipment and supplies, U.S.-Pakistan
        • E 5 AFG/FIVE YEAR PLAN: economic development, Afghanistan
        • E 8–1 INDIA: prices, cost of living, India
        • FN 9 PAK-US: foreign investment, Pakistan-U.S.
        • FSE 13 INDIA: nuclear power, reactors, India
        • IT 7–16 AFG: highway and transportation network, Afghanistan
        • LEG 7 POAG: legislative and legal affairs, visits by Congressman Poage
        • ORG 7 AGR: organization and administration, Agriculture visits
        • ORG 7 JCS: organization and administration, JCS visits
        • ORG 7 NEA: organization and administration, NEA visits
        • ORG CIA: organization and administration, CIA
        • POL AFG–US: political affairs and relations, Afghanistan-US
        • POL INDIA–PAK: political affairs and relations, India-Pakistan
        • POL INDIA–US: political affairs and relations, India-U.S.
        • POL PAK: political affairs and relations, Pakistan
        • POL PAK-US: political affairs and relations, Pakistan-U.S.
        • POL US–USSR: political affairs and relations, U.S.-U.S.S.R. rivers and seaways, Afghanistan-Iran-Helmand Valley
        • POL 1 AFG: general policy and background, Afghanistan
        • POL 1 AFG–US: general policy, Afghanistan-U.S.
        • POL 1 INDIA–PAK: general policy, India-Pakistan
        • POL 1 INDIA–US: general policy, India-U.S.
        • POL 1 INDIA–USSR: general policy, India-U.S.S.R.
        • POL 1 PAK: general policy and background, Pakistan
        • POL 2 AFG: general reports and statistics, Afghanistan
        • POL 2 ASIA SE: general reports and statistics, Southeast Asia
        • POL 2 ASIA: general reports and statistics, Asia
        • POL 2 INDIA: general reports and statistics, India
        • POL 2 PAK: general reports and statistics, Pakistan
        • POL 7 AFG: visits, meetings with Afghan leaders
        • POL 7 CHICOM: visits, meetings with Chinese Communist leaders
        • POL 7 INDIA: visits, meetings with Indian leaders
        • POL 7 PAK: visits, meetings with Pakistani leaders
        • POL 7 PAK-US: visits, meetings, Pakistani-U.S. leaders
        • POL 7 US/FREEMAN: visits, meetings of Orville L. Freeman
        • POL 7 US/HARRIMAN: visits, meetings of W. Averell Harriman
        • POL 7 US/HUMPHREY: visits, meetings of Vice President Humphrey
        • POL 7 US/Johnson: visits, meetings of President Lyndon B. Johnson
        • POL 7 US/ROSTOW: visits, meetings of Eugene V. Rostow
        • POL 7 US/SHRIVER: visits, meetings of W. Sargent Shriver
        • POL 7 USSR: visits, meetings with Soviet leaders
        • POL 10 INDIA: colonialism, imperialism, India
        • POL 12–5 PAK: political parties, laws and statutes, Pakistan
        • POL 15–1 AFG: Afghanistan Head of State
        • POL 15–1 INDIA: Indian head of state
        • POL 15–1 PAK: Pakistan head of state
        • POL 17 INDIA–PAK: diplomatic and consular representation, India-Pakistan
        • POL 17–4 US: ceremonial and social affairs, U.S.
        • POL 18 INDIA: provincial, municipal and state government, India
        • POL 23–8 INDIA: demonstrations, riots, protests, India
        • POL 23–8 PAK: demonstrations, riots, protests, Pakistan
        • POL 27 CHICOM-INDIA: military operations, Chinese Communists-India
        • POL 27 INDIA–PAK: military operations, India-Pakistan
        • POL 27 VIET S: military operations, South Vietnam
        • POL 27–14 INDIA–PAK: truce, cease-fire, armistice, India-Pakistan
        • POL 27–14 VIET: truce, cease-fire, armistice, Vietnam
        • POL 27–3 VIET S: use of foreign country forces, South Vietnam
        • POL 28–8 INDIA: occupied areas
        • POL 29 INDIA: political prisoners, India
        • POL 31–1 INDIA–PAK: air disputes and violations, India-Pakistan
        • POL 32–1 INDIA/PAK/UN: territory and boundary disputes, India, Pakistan/U.N.
        • POL 32–1 INDIA–PAK: India-Pakistan border conflicts
        • POL 33–1 AFG–IRAN/HELMAND: waters, boundaries, international
        • SCI 7 US: science and technology, visits and missions, U.S. Secretary of State and an Ambassador
        • SOC 10 INDIA: disasters and disaster relief, India
      • Lot Files
        • Ball Files: Lot 74 D 272
          • Files of Under Secretary of State George Ball, 1961–1966.
        • Conference Files: Lot 66 D 110
          • Records of official visits by heads of government and foreign ministers to the United States and international conferences attended by the President, the Secretary of State, and other U.S. officials, 1961–1964, maintained by the Executive Secretariat.
        • Conference Files: Lot 66 D 347
          • Records of official visits by heads of government and foreign ministers to the United States, and international conferences attended by the President, Vice President, or Secretary of State for 1965, maintained by the Executive Secretariat.
        • Conference Files: Lot 67 D 305
          • Collection of documentation on visits to the United States by ranking foreign officials and on major conferences attended by the Secretary of State, January–October 8, 1966, maintained by the Executive Secretariat.
        • Conference Files: Lot 67 D 587
          • Records of official visits, October 1966–May 10, 1967, maintained by the Executive Secretariat.
        • Conference Files: Lot 69 D 182
          • Collection of documentation on visits to the United States by ranking foreign officials and on major conferences attended by the Secretary of State, January–November 1968, maintained by the Executive Secretariat.
        • Harriman Files: Lot 71 D 461
          • Files of Ambassador at Large W. Averell Harriman for 1967 and 1968, maintained by the Executive Secretariat.
        • Katzenbach Files: Lot 74 D 271
          • Files of Under Secretary of State Nicholas deB. Katzenbach, September 1966–January 1969, maintained by the Executive Secretariat.
        • NEA Files: Lot 67 D 410
          • Subject files of the Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs for 1965.
        • NEA/INC Files: Lot 66 D 415
          • Miscellaneous Kashmir files, maintained by the Office of India, Nepal, and Ceylon Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
        • NEA/INC Files: Lot 68 D 49
          • India economic subject files for 1964, maintained by the Office of India, Nepal, and Ceylon Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs
        • NEA/INC Files: Lot 68 D 207
          • India political subject files for 1964, maintained by the Office of India, Nepal, and Ceylon Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
        • NEA/INC Files: Lot 69 D 29
          • India economic subject files for 1965, maintained by the Office of India, Nepal, and Ceylon Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
        • NEA/INC Files: Lot 69 D 52
          • India political subject files for 1965, maintained by the Office of India, Nepal, and Ceylon Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
        • NEA/INC Files: Lot 69 D 483
          • India economic subject files for 1966, maintained by the Office of India, Nepal, and Ceylon Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
        • NEA/INC Files: Lot 70 D 314
          • India political subject files for 1966, maintained by the Office of India, Nepal, and Ceylon Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
        • NEA/INC Files: Lot 70 D 316
          • India political subject files for 1967, maintained by the Office of India, Nepal, and Ceylon Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
        • NEA/RA Files: Lot 67 D 210
          • Political-military subject files for 1963–1965, maintained by the Office of Regional Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
        • Presidential Correspondence: Lot 66 D 294
          • Exchanges of correspondence between the President and Secretary of State and heads of foreign governments and foreign ministers, 1961–1965, maintained by the Executive Secretariat.
        • Presidential Correspondence: Lot 66 D 476
          • Correspondence of the President with various heads of state, 1961–1966, maintained by the Executive Secretariat.
        • Presidential Correspondence: Lot 67 D 262
          • Official exchanges of correspondence of the President and the Secretary of State with various heads of state and other foreign officials for 1966, maintained by the Executive Secretariat.
        • Presidential Memoranda of Conversation: Lot 66 D 149
          • Memoranda of conversations between the President and foreign visitors, 1956–1964, maintained by the Executive Secretariat.
        • Rusk Files: Lot 72 D 192
          • Files of Secretary of State Dean Rusk, 1961–1969, including texts of speeches and public statements, miscellaneous correspondence files, White House correspondence, chronological files, and memoranda of telephone conversations.
        • S/S-NSC Files: Lot 70 D 265
          • Master set of papers pertaining to National Security Council meetings, including policy papers, position papers, administrative documents, but not minutes of the meetings themselves, for 1961–1966, maintained by the Executive Secretariat.
        • S/S-NSC Files: Lot 72 D 316
          • Master file of National Security Action Memoranda (NSAMs), 1961–1968, maintained by the Executive Secretariat.
  • Central Intelligence Agency
    • Job 79–R01012A, ODDI Registry of NIE and SNIE Files
    • Job 80–B01285A, DCI (Helms) Files, Memos for the Record
    • Job 80–B01285A, DCI (McCone) Files, Memos for the Record
    • Job 77–0055R, DDO/NE Files
  • Washington National Records Center, Suitland, MD
    • Record Group 84, Records of Foreign Service Posts of the United States
      • Kabul Embassy Files: FRC 70 A 4844
        • Classified and unclassified files of the Embassy in Kabul for 1964–1965, formerly Lot 69 F 92.
      • Karachi Embassy Files: FRC 68 A 1814
        • Classified files of the Embassy in Karachi for 1962–1964, formerly Lot 67 F 74.
      • Karachi Embassy Files: FRC 69 A 3876
        • Classified files of the Embassy in Karachi for 1965, formerly Lot 68 F 100.
      • New Delhi Embassy Files: FRC 69 A 3876
        • Classified and unclassified files of the Embassy in New Delhi for 1959–1965, formerly Lot 68 F 115.
    • Record Group 330, Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense
      • OASD/ISA Files: FRC 68 A 306
        • Secret and lower-classified general files of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1964.
      • OASD/ISA Files: FRC 70 A 3717
        • Secret files of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1965.
      • OASD/ISA Files: FRC 70 A 5127
        • Secret files of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1965.
      • OASD/ISA Files: FRC 70 A 6648
        • Secret files of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1966.
      • OASD/ISA Files: FRC 72 A 1498
        • Secret files of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1968.
      • OSD Files: FRC 69 A 7425
        • Top Secret files of the Secretary of Defense, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, and Special Assistants, 1964.
      • OSD Files: FRC 70 A 1266
        • Secret files of the Secretary of Defense, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, and Special Assistants, 1965.
      • OSD Files: FRC 70 A 4443
        • Secret files of the Secretary of Defense, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, and Special Assistants, 1966.
      • OSD Files: FRC 70 A 4662
        • Top Secret files of the Secretary of Defense, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, and Special Assistants, 1966.
      • OSD Files: FRC 72 A 2468
        • Secret files of the Secretary of Defense, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, and Special Assistants, 1967.
      • OSD Files: FRC 73 A 1250
        • Secret files of the Secretary of Defense, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, and Special Assistants, 1968.
      • OSD Files: FRC 77–0075
        • Memoranda of conversations between Secretary of Defense McNamara and Heads of State (other than NATO).
  • Lyndon B. Johnson Library, Austin, Texas
    • Papers of President Lyndon B. Johnson
      • National Security File
        • Country File
        • Committee File
        • Files of McGeorge Bundy
        • Files of C.D. Clifton
        • Files of Robert W. Komer
        • Files of Walt W. Rostow
        • Files of Harold H. Saunders
        • Head of State Correspondence File
        • Intelligence File
        • Memos to the President
        • Name File
        • National Security Action Memorandums
        • National Security Council Histories
        • National Security Council Meetings File
        • Special Head of State Correspondence File
      • Special Files
        • Office of the President File
        • President’s Daily Diary
        • Rusk Appointment Book
        • Recordings and Transcripts of Telephone Conversations and Meetings
        • Tom Johnson’s Notes of Meetings
      • White House Central Files
        • Confidential File
        • Subject File
    • Other Personal Papers
      • George Ball Papers
      • Thomas Mann Papers
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