Yugoslavia


216. Memorandum From Helmut Sonnenfeldt of the National Security Council Staff to the Presidentʼs Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger)

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 733, Country Files—Europe, Yugoslavia, Vol. I through Jul 70. Secret; Nodis. Sent for action.


217. Memorandum From the Presidentʼs Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 733, Country Files—Europe, Yugoslavia, Vol. I through Jul 70. Confidential.


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

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 733, Country Files—Europe, Yugoslavia, Vol. I through Jul 70. Secret; Exdis.


219. Memorandum From the Presidentʼs Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 733, Country Files—Europe, Yugoslavia, Vol. I through Jul 1970. Secret. Sent for action. Tabs A and B are attached but not printed.


220. Memorandum From the Presidentʼs Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 468, Presidentʼs Trip Files, Visit of Richard Nixon, President of the United States, Briefing Book Yugoslavia. Secret; Nodis.


221. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Yugoslav Desk Files: Lot 79 D 230, POL 7 Nixon VISIT. Secret. Drafted by Mudd. The meeting took place in Titoʼs office in the Federal Executive Council building.


222. Memorandum From Helmut Sonnenfeldt of the National Security Council Staff to the Presidentʼs Deputy Assistant for National Security Affairs (Haig)

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials,NSC Files, Box 733, Country Files—Europe, Yugoslavia, Vol. II Aug 70–Aug 71. Secret; Nodis. Sent for action.


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

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 733, Country Files—Europe, Yugoslavia, Vol. II Aug 70–Aug 71. Secret; Priority; Exdis.


225. Memorandum From the Presidentʼs Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 733, Country Files—Europe, Yugoslavia, Vol. II Aug 70–Aug 71. Confidential. Sent for action. Haig initialed the memorandum for Kissinger.


226. Memorandum From the Presidentʼs Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 733, Country Files—Europe, Yugoslavia, Vol. II Aug 70–Aug 71. Sent for information. No classification indicated. A notation on the memorandum indicates the President saw it.


227. National Security Study Memorandum 129

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1970–73, DEF 1 YUGO. Secret. Copies were sent to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Assistant to the President for International Economic Affairs.


228. Telegram From the Department of State to the Office of the Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1970–73, POL YUGO. Confidential; Priority. Drafted by S. Asterion (INR), cleared in EUR and INR, and approved by Ralph McGuire (EUR).


229. Intelligence Information Cable

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 733, Country Files—Europe, Yugoslavia, Vol. II Aug 70–Aug 71. Secret; No Foreign Dissem; Controlled Dissem; No Dissem Abroad. Prepared in the CIA and sent to agencies in the Intelligence Community. A notation on the cable reads: “HAKed.”


230. Response to National Security Study Memorandum 129

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials,NSC Files, NSC Institutional Files (H-Files), Box H–185, National Security Study Memoranda, NSSM 129. Secret. Prepared by the NSC Interdepartmental Ad Hoc Group for Yugoslavia. NSSM 129 is printed as Document 227.


231. Memorandum for the Record

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 734, Country Files—Europe, Yugoslavia, Vol. III 1 Sep 71. Confidential. Sent for information. A notation on the memorandum indicates Kissinger saw it on September 27.


232. Memorandum for the Presidentʼs File

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials,NSC Files, Box 1025, Presidential/HAK MemCons, The President and President Tito. Secret; Sensitive. The meeting was held in the Oval Office. A notation on the memorandum, which was drafted on November 1, reads “unsanitized.” The White House prepared two versions of the records of the conversations with Tito. According to an undated memorandum from Haig to Kissinger, attached to the source text, the “sanitized” version would be provided to the State Department and “relevant NSC staff members” on a “close hold basis.” The unsanitized version was sent to the Presidentʼs File. Kissinger approved distribution of the sanitized version to the Yugoslav Embassy. (Memorandum from Sonnenfeldt to Kissinger, November 16; ibid., Box 944, VIP Visits, Yugoslavia–Visit of Pres. Tito) Tito visited Washington October 28–30.


234. Memorandum for the Presidentʼs Files

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials,NSC Files, Box 1025, Presidential/HAK MemCons, The President and President Tito. Secret; Sensitive; Nodis. The meeting took place in the Oval Office. The memorandum is marked “unsanitized.” See footnote 1, Document 232. A tape recording of this conversation is ibid., White House Tapes, Conversation No. 609.


235. Memorandum From Robert Hormats of the National Security Council Staff to the Presidentʼs Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger)

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 734, Country Files, Europe, Yugoslavia, Vol. III, 1 Sept 71. Confidential. Sent for urgent action. Sonnenfeldt and Lehman concurred.


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

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 734, Country Files—Europe, Yugoslavia, Vol. III 1 Sept 71. Secret; Exdis.


237. Memorandum From the Presidentʼs Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President Nixon

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 734, Country Files—Europe, Yugoslavia, Vol. III 1 Sept 71. Secret; Nodis. Sent for information. A notation on the memorandum indicates the President saw it.


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

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1970–73, ORG 7 S. Secret; Exdis. Drafted by Springsteen (EUR) on July 9 and approved in S/S. Repeated to Moscow. A brief summary of the talks and detailed reports on the other portions of the discussion covering the CSCE and the Mediterranean and the Middle East were reported respectively in telegrams 134025, 134027, and 134028 to Belgrade. (Ibid.)