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266. Memorandum From the President's Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials,NSC Files, Box 4, President's Daily Briefs. Top Secret; Sensitive; Codeword.


267. Memorandum From Secretary of State Rogers to President Nixon

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1967–69, FN 1–1 INDON. Confidential. A typed notation at the top of the memorandum reads: “Approved. Mr. Sneider to D Gleysteen 4/11/69.” A handwritten notation underneath the date reads: “Called AID (Menlinberg) 4/14. M. says he saw a 4/13 State cable notifying our delegation of Pres. decision.”


268. National Security Study Memorandum 61

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, NSC Institutional Files (H-Files), Box H–154, NSSMs, NSSM 61. Confidential. A copy was sent to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.


270. Memorandum for the Record

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 1048, Staff Files, Lake Chronological File. Secret; Sensitive; Eyes Only. Presumably drafted by Tony Lake. A notation on the memorandum indicates the President saw it.


271. Telegram From the Embassy in Indonesia to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1967–69, ORG 7 S. Secret; Priority; Exdis. Rogers visited a number of East Asian countries, including Indonesia and Japan, for conferrals following President Nixon's July 25th Guam statement; see Document 269.


272. Telegram From the Embassy in Indonesia to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1967–69, ORG 7 S. Secret; Priority; Exdis.


273. Telegram From Secretary of State Rogers to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1967–69, POL US. Secret; Nodis.


274. Telegram From Secretary of State Rogers to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1967–69, POL US. Secret; Exdis. Repeated to Djakarta. Rogers was in New York to attend the 24th Session of the UN General Assembly.


275. Memorandum From John H. Holdridge of the National Security Council Staff to the President's Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger)

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 531, Country Files, Far East, Indonesia, Vol. I. Secret; Exdis. Sent for information. A notation on the memorandum in Kissinger's handwriting reads: “John, See me HK.”


276. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 531, Country Files, Far East, Indonesia, Vol. I. Secret; Nodis. Drafted by Holdridge and forwarded to Kissinger under cover of a separate attached memorandum, November 25. Kissinger initialed his approval on the covering memorandum on November 28 and wrote: “Send to State. Incidentally this goes to S/S only as all other Presidential MemCon s. Don't let into the working level.” The meeting was held in the President's office. Another copy of the memorandum of conversation is ibid., RG 59, Central Files 1967–69, POL 7 INDON.


277. Paper Prepared in the Department of State

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, NSC Institutional Files (H-Files), Box H–041, SRG Meeting, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, 12/22/69. Secret. Attached to a December 16 memorandum from Holdridge and Lord to Kissinger that explained that the summary was prepared for the Senior Review Group. A copy of the 29-page response to NSSM–61 is also attached but not printed. Holdridge and Lord stated in their memorandum that, “the President need only address the issues of military assistance and the U.S. role in maintenance of a Singapore base.” They added, “We don't think that our policy towards these countries [the memorandum concerned Malaysia and Singapore, as well as Indonesia]requires an NSC meeting. However, a package should be forwarded to the President because of his personal interest in Indonesia.” The Department of State paper was included in that package.


278. Memorandum From the President's Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials,NSC Files, Box 531, Country Files, Far East, Indonesia, Vol. I. Confidential. Sent for action. A notation on the memorandum indicates that the President saw it.


279. Telegram From the Embassy in Australia to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1970–73, POL 7 US/AGNEW. Secret; Immediate.


280. Memorandum From the President's Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to Secretary of State Rogers and Secretary of Defense Laird

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials,NSC Files, Box 531, Country Files, Far East, Indonesia. Vol. I. Secret.


281. Memorandum for the Record

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 531, Country Files, Far East, Indonesia, Vol. I. Top Secret; Sensitive. Attached to a January 22 covering memorandum from Holdridge to Kissinger that indicates Kissinger saw the memorandum.


282. Memorandum Prepared for the 303 Committee


283. Memorandum From the President's Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to Secretary of State Rogers Laird

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials,NSC Files, Kissinger Office Files, Box 101, Backchannel Messages 1970, Indonesia, HAK/Sumitro 1970 [1 of 2]. Mayo.


284. Telegram From the Department of State to the Embassy in Indonesia

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1970–73, POL Nodis. Drafted by Green and Masters on March 30, cleared by Haig in the White House and Wingate Lloyd (S/S), and approved by Green.


285. Telegram From the Embassy in Indonesia to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials,NSC Files, Box 531, Country Files, Far East, Indonesia, Vol. II. Secret; Immediate; Nodis.


286. Telegram From the Department of State to the Embassy in Indonesia

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1970–73, POL 27 CAMB. Secret; Immediate; Nodis. Drafted and approved by Green on April 14, and cleared by Under Secretary Johnson, Director Dirk Gleysteen (S/S-S), and Kissinger at the White House.


287. Telegram From the Embassy in Indonesia to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1970–73, POL 27 CAMB. Secret; Immediate; Nodis.


288. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 559, Country Files, Far East, Southeast Asia, 1970, Vol. II. Secret; Sensitive. The meeting was held in the White House Situation Room. On April 21 Holdridge sent this memorandum to Kissinger who approved it on June 1, with the proviso “Just for our files and my personal ones.” (Attached memorandum from Holdridge to Kissinger, April 21; ibid.)


289. Telegram From the Embassy in Indonesia to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials,NSC Files, Box 531, Country Files, Far East, Indonesia, Vol. II. Secret; Immediate; Nodis. Received at 7:12 a.m.


290. Memorandum From President Nixon to his Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger)

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 559, Country Files, Far East, Southeast Asia, 1970, Vol. II. Confidential.


291. Telegram From the Embassy in Indonesia to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials,NSC Files, Box 531, Country Files, Far East, Indonesia, Vol. II. Secret; Immediate; Nodis.


292. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 531, Country Files, Far East, Indonesia, Vol. II. Secret; Sensitive. Drafted by Holdridge on May 5 and approved by Kissinger on May 7.


293. Memorandum From the President's Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials,NSC Files, Box 370, Subject Files, Presidential Determinations, 71–10. Secret. Sent for action.


294. Telegram From the Embassy in Indonesia to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1970–73, POL 15–1 INDON. Secret; Priority; Exdis.


295. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 1024, Pres./HAK MemCon s, President/Pres. Suharto/Kissinger, May 26, 1970. Top Secret; Sensitive. No drafting information appears on the memorandum. The meeting was held in the Oval Office. The time of the meeting is from the President's Daily Diary. (Ibid., White House Central Files) In telegram 87970 to Djakarta, June 6, the Department sent a summary of the President's two conversations with Suharto on May 26 and May 28. (Ibid., RG 59, Central Files 1970–73, POL 27 CAMB/KHMER)