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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States. Conferences at Washington and Quebec, 1943
(1943)

Indexes [index of subjects; index of persons],   pp. [1342]-1382 ff. PDF (16.5 MB)


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INDEX OF PERSONS
Churchill, Winston S. Continued
  Correspondence with-Continued
    Stalin, 379-385, 932n, 1059, 1062-
        1063,  1091-1092,  1095-1096,
        1114,  1159-1160,  1174-1175,
        1254n, 1262-1263, 1266-1267,
        1283-1284, 1305-1306, 1336n
    Stimson, 301-302, 637-638
  Meetings:
    Adana meeting with Innil, Jan.
        1943, 29n.
    Hyde Park conversations, 2n, 4,
        830-832, 1336
    London meetings, July 1943: With
        Bush, 642-643; with Stimson,
        444-449, 634-636, 643-644
    Quebec Conference, First: With
        Harriman, 874; with Macken-
        zie King, 668n; with Marshall,
        869-870; with Roosevelt, 880,
        887-889, 894, 903-904, 917-918,
        922, 929-935, 952-953, 965-967;
        with Roosevelt and Combined
        Chiefs of Staff, 894-902, 941-
        949; with Roosevelt and Mac-
        kenzie King, 888, 928-929, 965;
        with Roosevelt and Soong, 936
    Washington   Conference.  Third:
        With Chennault, 23n; with
        Congress, members of, 117, 174,
        328; with Hopkins, 198; with
        Hull, 49- 51 Pacific War Coun-
        cil, 134, 136-141; with Phillips,
        177; with Roosevelt, 24, 48, 51,
        86, 96, 151, 183, 188-189, 197-
        198, 220-221; with Roosevelt
        and Benes, 33-34; with Roose-
        velt and Combined Chiefs of
        Staff, 24-29, 32-33, 66-68, 70,
        74-76, 119-123, 152-160, 189-
        197, 203-207; with Roosevelt
        and Mackenzie King, 123, 141;
        with Stilwell, 165-166; with
        Stimson, 172-173; with Wal-
        lace, Stimson, and others, 166-
        172
    Washington meetings, Sept. 1943:
        With Combined Chiefs of Staff,
        1229-1236; with Harriman,
        1216-1218; with Hull, 1236;
        with Marshall, 1211; with mili-
        tary advisers, 1226-1229; with
        Roosevelt, 1198-1200, 1208-
        1211; with Roosevelt and Com-
        bined Chiefs of Staff, 1212-
        1216; with Roosevelt and mili-
        tary advisers, 1207-1208
  Message to people of Italy, July 16,
      1943, 328n, 508n, 535n
  Miscellaneous, 20-23, 67n, 109-110,
      346n, 364n, 838, 840, 842-846, 951.
      1197 1198
  Press conferences, 21n, 22n, 211-220,
      833-834, 964, 1301
   Sp-eeches, 537n, 688n
Churchill, Winston S. Continued
Views on: Australian aircraft alloca-
     tion, 289n; Balkan military oper-
     ations,  449;  Burma,  27-28;
     declaration on occupied terri-
     tories, 1052-1053; de Gaulle,
     322n; four-power security decla-
     ration, 925n; Italian instrument
     of surrender, 1090,; postwar
     world organization, 167-172, 688,
     699; postwar U.S.-U.K. relations,
     832; refugees, 346; Rome, bomb-
     ing of, 529n; ROUNDHAMMER, 448-
     449; shipping situation, 317-318;
     Sicily, administration of, 283;
     Sumatra, invasion of, 434; uncon-
     ditional surrender policy, 330n,
     331; tank production, 316n; U.S.
     elections, 445
Ciano di Cortellazzo, Count Galeazzo,
    Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs
    6ntiil July 1943; Mussolini's son-in-
    law, 556, 1283
Cicognani, Amleto Giovanni, Archbishop
    of Laodicea, Apostolic Delegate in
    the United States, 528, 572, 594-
    595, 914, 1054n, 1057n, 1058, 1078n,
    1079, 1081-1082, 1175-1176
Clark Kerr. See Kerr.
Clark, Lewis, Charge d'Affaires ad in-
    terim in Canada, 655
Clenmenceau, Georges, French Premier,
    1906-1909, 1917-1920, 1334
Coleman, D'Alton Corry, President, Ca-
    nadian Pacific Railway, 841
Coleridge, Richard Duke, Commander,
    R.N., Deputy Secretary, British
    Joint iStaff Mission at Washington;
    British Deputy  Secretary, Comi-
    bined Chiefs of Staff, 34, 52, 86, 97,
    111, 117, 124, 143, 160, 178, 849,
    856, 862, 870, 875, 881, 889, 904,
    936, 954, 1201, :1218
Comandini, Federico, a leader of the
    Italian Republican Party, 563
Combs, Henry W. Sergeant, U.S.A.,
    member of the White House Signal
    Corps Detachment, 848
Conant, James B., Chairman, National
    Defense Research Committee; Act-
    ing Chairman, Military Policy Com-
    mittee on atomic energy; member
    of the Combined Policy Committee
    on atomic energy; President, Har-
    vard University, 5, 8, 634, 639-640,
    644-646, 648- 649, 1118, 1310
Connally, 'Tom, Senator from Texas;
    Chairman of the Committee on For-
    eign Relations of the Senate, 166-
    167, 170
Connolly, Donald H., Major General,
    U.S.A., Commanding General, Per-
    sian Gulf Service Command, 672n
1365


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