Romania


176. 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 702, Country Files—Europe, Romania, Vol. I—8/69. Confidential. Sonnenfeldt routed the memorandum through Eagleburger.


177. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1967–69, POL EUR E. Confidential. Drafted by Kaplan and approved in S on April 4. The meeting took place in the Secretaryʼs office. The memorandum is part 1 of 4; parts 2 through 4 are ibid.


179. Intelligence Information Cable

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 702, Country Files—Europe, Romania, Vol. I—8/69. Secret; No Foreign Dissem; Controlled Dissem; No Dissem Abroad; Background Use Only. Prepared in the CIA and sent to agencies in the Intelligence Community.


180. Memorandum for the Files

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 702, Country Files—Europe, Romania, Vol. I—8/69. Confidential. Sent for information. Drafted by Sonnenfeldt.


181. Memorandum From the Chairman of the National Security Council Under Secretaries Committee (Richardson) to President Nixon

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, NSC Institutional Files (H-Files), Box H–270, U/DM 1–19, U/DM 14. Secret.


182. Memorandum From the Presidentʼs Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to the Acting Executive Secretary of the Department of State (Walsh)

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 702, Country Files—Europe, Romania, Vol. I—8/69. Confidential. A handwritten notation on the memorandum indicates it was sent on July 22.


183. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 1023, Presidential/HAK MemCons, The President and President Ceausescu. Top Secret; Sensitive; Eyes Only. Nixon visited Romania August 1–3, following a trip to the Far East. There is no indication as to where the conversation took place.


184. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 1023, Presidential/HAK MemCons, The President and President Ceausescu. Top Secret; Sensitive; Nodis.


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

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 1023, Presidential/HAK MemCons, The President and President Ceausescu. No classification marking.


189. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1967–69, POL ROM–US. Secret; Nodis. Drafted by Dubs. A notation on the memorandum indicates Kissinger approved it on October 6. The meeting took place at the Waldorf Towers. Both the President and Manescu were participating in the UN General Assembly meeting.


190. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 702, Country Files—Europe, Romania, Vol. II 9/69–Jun 70. Limited Official Use. Drafted by Bergsten. A notation on the memorandum indicates Kissinger saw it.


191. Paper Prepared in the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Romanian Desk Files: Lot 72 D 406, FT-Foreign Trade. Confidential. No drafting information appears on the paper.


192. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 704, Country Files—Europe, Macovescu (Romania). Secret; Nodis. The meeting took place in the Red Room at the White House.


193. National Security Council Under Secretaries Study Memorandum 47B

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, NSC Institutional Files (H-Files), Box H–252, U/SM 45–49, U/SM 47. Confidential.


194. 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 702, Country Files—Europe, Romania, Vol. II 9/69–Jun 70. Limited Official Use. Sent for action.


195. Memorandum for the Record

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 702, Country Files—Europe, Romania, Vol. II 9/69–Jun 70. Confidential. Sent for information. Kissinger initialed the memorandum indicating he had seen it. A copy was sent to Ash.


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

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 702, Country Files—Europe, Romania, Vol. II 9/69–Jun 70. Confidential. Sent for action.


197. Telegram 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 703, Country Files—Europe, Romania, Vol. III Jul 1970–Dec 1971. Confidential. Sent to Haig for Kissinger, who was in San Clemente. According to a typed notation the message was received in the Los Angeles command center at 7:37 p.m. July 29.


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

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 936,VIP Visits, Romania, Ceausescu Visit. Secret. Sent for action. A handwritten note on the first page by Kissinger reads: “Al—Note P[resident] comment.” Haig wrote: “Sonnenfeldt/Downey informed.”


199. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 703, Country Files—Europe, Romania, Vol. III Jul 1970–Dec 1971. Secret; Nodis. Drafted by Barnes on October 27. The meeting took place in the Oval Office. Ceausescu arrived in the United States on October 13. After he gave a speech at the United Nations, he toured California and visited Detroit, Niagara Falls, and Williamsburg, Virginia.


200. Memorandum From the Executive Secretary of the Department of State (Eliot) to the Presidentʼs Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger)

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, NSC Institutional Files (H-Files), Box H–259, U/SM 87–89, U/SM 87. Confidential.


201. Memorandum From the Presidentʼs Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to the Chairman of the National Security Council Under Secretaries Committee (Richardson)

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, NSC Institutional Files (H-Files) Boxes H–259 and 260, Under Secretaries Study Memoranda, U/SM 87–89, U/SM 87.


202. Memorandum From the Acting Chairman of the National Security Council Under Secretaries Committee (Samuels) to President Nixon

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, NSC Institutional Files (H-Files), Box H–270, Under Secretaries Study Memoranda, U/DM 1–19, U/DM 14A. Confidential. This NSC Under Secretaries Committee decision memorandum, NSCU/DM 14A, was based on NSC Under Secretaries Committee Study Memorandum 87/D, November 27 (ibid.), requested by Kissinger on November 11 (see Document 201).


203. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1970–73, POL ROM–US. Confidential. Drafted by Owen and approved in S on January 22. The meeting took place in the Secretaryʼs office. The memorandum is part I of II. Part II is ibid.


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

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, NSC Institutional Files (H-Files) Box H–270, Under Secretaries Decision Memorandum, U/DM 1–19, U/DM 14. Confidential. Sent for action. A notation on the memorandum indicates the President saw it.


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

Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 703, Country Files—Europe, Romania, Vol. III Jul 1970–Dec 1971. No classification marking. Sent for action. A notation on the memorandum indicates the President saw it.