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43. Telegram From the Embassy in South Africa to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, P840086–0956. Secret; Immediate; Nodis.


44. Telegram From the Department of State to the Consulate in Zanzibar

Source: Carter Library, National Security Affairs, Brzezinski Material, Country File, Box 88, Zanzibar: 1/77–1/81. Secret; Nodis. Sent for information to Cape Town. Drafted by Wisner; cleared by Helman (IO), Tarnoff, Goldsmith (S/S), and Habib; approved by Schaufele.


45. Telegram From the Department of State to the Embassy in the United Kingdom

Source: Carter Library, National Security Affairs, Brzezinski Material, Country File, Box 76, United Kingdom: 1–3/77. Secret; Immediate; Nodis. Drafted by Davidow (AF/S); cleared by Wisner (AF/S) and Sebastian (S/S); approved by Schaufele. Sent for information Priority to Gaborone, Dar es Salaam, Lusaka, Lagos, and Maputo.


46. Telegram From the Department of State to the Consulate in Cape Town

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, D770067–1231. Secret; Niact Immediate; Exdis. Drafted by Wisner; cleared by Bridges (S/S); approved by Schaufele. For an explanation of the status of the Embassy in Cape Town, see footnote 1, Document 153.


47. Telegram From the Embassy in South Africa to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, D770068–0578. Secret; Immediate; Exdis.


48. Telegram From the Department of State to the Consulate in Cape Town

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, D770077–0348. Secret; Exdis. Sent for information to USUN. Drafted by Wisner; cleared by Arthur Shankle (S/S); approved by Schaufele.


49. Telegram From the Embassy in South Africa to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, D770121–1115. Confidential; Immediate; Exdis. Sent for information to London, Paris, Bonn, Ottawa, and Pretoria. Sent for information Immediate to USUN.


50. Memorandum From Jay Katzen of the Vice President’s Staff to Vice President Mondale

Source: Carter Library, Papers of Walter F. Mondale, Overseas Assignments—Trip Files, 1977–1980, Box 14, Vice President’s Trip to Portugal, Spain, Austria, Yugoslavia and England: Africa—Background [2]. Confidential. Sent for information. Sent through Clift.


51. Telegram From the Mission to the United Nations to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, D770136–0950. Confidential; Immediate. Sent for information Priority to Bonn, London, Ottawa, and Paris. Sent for information Immediate to Pretoria and Cape Town. Sent for information to Dar es Salaam, Lagos, and Lusaka.


52. Telegram From the Embassy in South Africa to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, D770156–0501. Confidential; Immediate. Sent for information Immediate to Bonn, London, Ottawa, Paris, and USUN. Sent for information to Dar es Salaam, Gaborone, Lagos, Lusaka, Maputo, and Pretoria.


53. Telegram From the Embassy in South Africa to the Department of State

Source: Carter Library, Papers of Walter F. Mondale, Foreign Trip Files, Box 123, Vice President’s Visit to Europe, 5/14–23/1977: Meeting with South African PM Vorster on Africa [4]. Confidential; Niact Immediate. Sent for information to Bonn, Dar es Salaam, Gaborone, Lagos, London, Lusaka, Maputo, Ottawa, Paris, and Pretoria. Sent for information Immediate to USUN. Printed from a copy that was received in the White House Situation Room.


54. Telegram From the Embassy in South Africa to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, D770150–0594. Confidential; Immediate. Sent for information to Bonn, Dar es Salaam, Gaborone, Lagos, London, Lusaka, Maputo, Ottawa, Paris, and Pretoria. Sent for information Immediate to USUN.


55. Telegram From the Embassy in South Africa to the Department of State

Source: Carter Library, Papers of Walter F. Mondale, Overseas Assignments—Trip Files, 1977–1980, Box 13, Vice President’s Trip to Portugal, Spain, Austria, Yugoslavia and England: Meeting with South African PM Vorster—Vienna [5/19–20/1977] [1]. Confidential; Niact Immediate. Sent for information to Bonn, Dar es Salaam, Gaborone, Lagos, London, Lusaka, Maputo, Ottawa, Paris, and Pretoria. Sent for information Immediate to USUN.


56. Letter From President Carter to South African Prime Minister Vorster

Source: Carter Library, National Security Affairs, Brzezinski Material, President’s Correspondence with Foreign Leaders File, Box 18, South Africa: Prime Minister Balthazar Johannes Vorster 3–12/77. No classification marking.


57. Telegram From the Mission to the United Nations to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, D770198–0891. Confidential; Immediate. Sent for information Immediate to Bonn, London, Ottawa, Paris, and Cape Town. Sent for information to Dar es Salaam, Lusaka, and Pretoria.


58. Telegram From the Consulate in Cape Town to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, D770204–0764. Confidential; Immediate. Sent for information Immediate to Bonn, Dar es Salaam, Gaborone, Lagos, Lusaka, Ottawa, Maputo, Paris, Pretoria, and USUN. Sent for information to London.


59. Telegram From the Consulate in Cape Town to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, D770206–0369. Confidential; Immediate. Sent for information to Bonn, Dar es Salaam, Gaborone, Lagos, London, Lusaka, Ottawa, Maputo, Paris, Pretoria, and USUN.


60. Telegram From the Embassy in South Africa to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, D770208–0109. Confidential; Immediate. Sent for information to Bonn, Dar es Salaam, Gaborone, Lagos, London, Lusaka, Maputo, Ottawa, Paris, and Pretoria. Sent for information Immediate to USUN.


61. Memorandum From Secretary of State Vance to President Carter

Source: Carter Library, Plains File, Subject File, Box 37, State Department Evening Reports, 6/77. Secret. Carter initialed the memorandum and wrote at the top of the page: “To Cy.”


62. Telegram From the Mission to the United Nations to the Department of State

Source: Carter Library, National Security Affairs, Brzezinski Material, Country File, Box 69, South Africa: 6/77. Confidential; Immediate. Sent for information Immediate to Bonn, London, Ottawa, Paris, and Cape Town. Printed from a copy that was received in the White House Situation Room.


63. Memorandum From Secretary of State Vance to President Carter

Source: Carter Library, Plains File, Subject File, Box 37, State Department Evening Reports, 6/77. Secret. Carter initialed the memorandum and wrote at the top of the first page: “To Cy.”


64. Communication From the Group of Five to the South African Government

Source: Carter Library, National Security Affairs, Brzezinski Material, President’s Correspondence with Foreign Leaders File, Box 18, South Africa: Prime Minister Balthazar Johannes Vorster, 3–12/77. No classification marking.


65. Memorandum From Secretary of State Vance to President Carter

Source: Carter Library, Plains File, Subject File, Box 37, State Department Evening Reports, 7/77. Secret. Carter initialed the memorandum and wrote at the top of the first page: “Cy.”


66. Letter From President Carter to South African Prime Minister Vorster

Source: Carter Library, National Security Affairs, Brzezinski Material, Brzezinski Office File, Country Chron File, Box 48, South Africa: 7–8/77. No classification marking.


67. Memorandum From Acting Secretary of State Christopher to President Carter

Source: Carter Library, Plains File, Subject File, Box 38, State Department Evening Reports, 8/77. Secret. Carter initialed the memorandum and wrote at the top of the page: “Warren.” Vance travelled to the Middle East August 1–11 to review the peace process.


68. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: Carter Library, National Security Affairs, Staff Material, North/South, Funk, Subject File, Box 116, Tanzania: 5/77–11/80. Secret. The meeting took place in the White House Cabinet Room.


69. Telegram From the Mission to the United Nations to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, D770285–0986. Confidential; Immediate. Sent for information Immediate to Bonn, London, Ottawa, Paris, Pretoria, and San Jose. Sent for information to Dar es Salaam, Gaborone, Lagos, and Maputo.


70. Telegram From the Mission to the United Nations to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, D770287–0420. Confidential; Immediate. Sent for information Immediate to Bonn, Georgetown, London, Ottawa, Paris, and Pretoria. Sent for information to Dar es Salaam, Gaborone, Lagos, Lusaka, and Maputo.


71. Telegram From the Mission to the United Nations to the Department of State

Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Foreign Policy File, D770290–0757. Confidential; Immediate. Sent for information Immediate to Bonn, London, Ottawa, Paris, and Pretoria. Sent for information to Dar es Salaam, Gaborone, Lagos, Lusaka, Maputo, Port of Spain, and Cape Town.


72. Letter From President Carter to United Nations Secretary General Waldheim

Source: Carter Library, National Security Affairs, Brzezinski Material, Brzezinski Office File, Country Chron File, Box 51, UN: 1977. No classification marking.