357. Editorial Note

Henry Kissinger, the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs, visited London September 14, 1972, for discussions with British officials. The organization of the national security bureaucracy and multilateral issues such as the Moscow Summit, the European Security Conference, and disarmament questions were the subjects of these [Page 1041]meetings with British Cabinet Secretary Sir Burke Trend and British Foreign Secretary Sir Alec Douglas-Home. Memoranda of conversation are in the National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Kissinger Office Files, Box 62, Country Files—Europe, HAK London Memcons. Kissinger held follow-up meetings in Washington with British Ambassador Lord Cromer on September 22 and October 6 and with Douglas-Home on September 29, during the latter’s visit to Washington. Memoranda of these conversations are ibid.