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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1948. Eastern Europe; The Soviet Union
(1948)

List of abbreviations and symbols,   pp. IX-XV ff. PDF (2.2 MB)


Page IX


    LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS
 EDITOR's NOTE.-This list does not include standard abbreviations in common
 usage; unusual abbreviations of rare occurrence which are clarified at appro-
priate points; and those abbreviations and contractions which, although
uncommon, are understandable from the context.
A- (plus number), airgram
A-A, Assistant Secretary of State for
   Political Affairs (Armour)
AA, Air Attache
AA, anti-aircraft
AAF, Army Air Forces (U.S.)
AC, Allied Commission
ACC, Allied Control Commission, or
    Council
AC of S, Assistant Chief of Staff
AFA, Allied Financial Agency
Afem, series indicator for messages
    relating to the Foreign Aid Act
    of 1947 (Public Law 389)
AFHQ, Allied Force Headquarters
    (Mediterranean Theater)
AFL, American Federation of Labor
AGWar, Adjutant General, War De-
    partment
Alusna, U.S. Naval Attache
AMAG, American Mission for Aid to
    Greece
Amag, series indicator for messages
    relating to the American Mission
    for Aid to Greece
Amb, Ambassador
AMC, Allied Military Command (of
    the Allied Zone of the Free Terri-
    tory of Trieste)
AmDel, American Delegation
AmEmb, American Embassy
AMG, Allied Military Government
AMGVG, Allied Military Government,
    Venezia Giulia
ANFD, Alianza Nacional de Futerzas
    Democraticas (Spanish political
    group)
AOA, American Overseas Airlines
AT, Assistant Secretary of State for
    Economic Affairs
ATC, Air Transport Command
AusDel, Austrian Delegation or Dele-
   gate at the Danube Conference in
   Belgrade
BalCom, Unied National Special Com-
    mittee on the Balkans
Balgen, series indicator for telegrams
    to the United States Representa-
    tive on the United Nations Special
    Committee on the Balkans, at
    Geneva
BBC, British Broadcasting Corpora-
    tion
BC, Division of British Commonwealth
    Affairs, Department of State
BEA, British European Airways
Benelux, Belgium, Netherlands, Lux-
    embourg
BETFor, British Element, Trieste
    Forces
BMA, British Military Administration
bn, battalion
BOAC, British Overseas Airways
    Corporation
BOT, Board of Trade (United King-
    dom)
BTA, British Troops, Austria
CA, Conference Attache
CAA, Civil Aeronautics Administra-
    tion
CAB, Civil Aeronautics Board
CC, Central Committee of the Com-
    munist Party of the Soviet Union
CCAC, Combined Civil Affairs Com-
    mittee
CCP, Chinese Communist Party
CCS, Combined Chiefs of Staff
CD, Christian Democrat
CE, Division of Central European Af-
    fairs, Department of State
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