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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1952-1954. Indochina (in two parts)
(1952-1954)

List of abbreviations and symbols,   pp. XV-XIX ff. PDF (1.8 MB)


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DMS, Director of the Mutual Security
  Agency
DRV, Democratic Republic of Viet-
  nam
Dulte, primarily a series indicator for
  telegrams from Secretary of State
  Dulles while absent from Washing-
  ton; also used as series indicator
  for telegrams to him from the head
  of the United States Delegation at
  an international conference.
E, Bureau of Economic Affairs, De-
  partment of State
ECA, Economic Cooperation Admin-
  istration
EDC, European Defense Community
ELaC, United States designation for
  documentation related to discus-
  sions  with  General Paul Ely,
  French  High   Commissioner and
  Commander in Chief in Indochina,
  and Guy La Chambre, Minister in
  Charge of Relations with the Asso-
  ciated States, at Washington, Sep-
  tember 19,54
  Emb, Embassy
  Embdesp, Embassy despatch
  Embtel, Embassy telegram
  EUR, Bureau of European Affairs,
  Department of State
  EUR/P,  Public   Affairs  Adviser,
  Bureau of European Affairs, De-
  partment of State
  FAF, French Air Force
  FBI, Federal Bureau of Investigation
  FBIS, Foreign Broadcast Information
  Service
  FE, Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs,
  Department of State
  FEACOM, Far East Command
  FEAF, Far East Air Forces
  FEC, French Expeditionary Corps
  FECOM, Far East Command
  FIHA, Federal Housing Administra-
  tion
  FOA, Foreign Operations Administra-
  tion
  FOA/W, headquarters of the Foreign
  Operations    Administration   in
  Washington
  FonAff, Foreign Affairs
  FonMin, Foreign Minister
FonOff, Foreign Office
FPT, French political talks; United
  States designation for documenta-
  tion related to discussions with
  Rene Mayer, Premier of France, at
  Washington, in March 1953
FRC, Federal Records Center
FSO, Foreign Service Officer
FTEO, French forces in the Far East
FVA, Free Vietnam Army
FY, fiscal year
FYI, for your information
G, Office of the Deputy Under Secre-
  tary of State
G-2, Army general staff section deal-
  ing with intelligence at the divi-
  sional or higher level
G-3, Army general staff section deal-
  ing with operations and training
  at the divisional or higher level
GA, General Assembly of the United
  Nations
  Gamos, pacification units employed
  by the State of Vietnam
  GCA, ground-controlled approach
  Gento, series indicator for telegrams
  from Defense representatives at the
  Geneva Conference to the Depart-
  ment of Defense
  GHQ, General Headquarters
  GM, groupe mobile, French regimental
  *combat team
  GMC, General Motors Corporation
  GNP, Gross National Product
  GOI, Government of India
  GOP, Government of Pakistan
  HC, High Commissioner
  HCM, Ho Chi Minh
  HICOM. High Commissioner
  HM, His Majesty
  HMG, Her (His) Maiesty's Govern-
  ment (of the United Kingdom)
  IAC, Intelligence Advisory Commit-
  tee
  IBRD, International Bank for Recon-
  struction and Development
  IC. Indochina
  ICC, International Control Commis-
  sion
  IE, Intellihence Estimate (Depart-
  ment of State)
  IMF, International Monetary Fund
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS
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