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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)


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ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS
CEEC, Committee (Council, Confer-
    ence) for European Economic
    Cooperation
 Cere, series indicator for messages
    relating to the CEEC
 CFM, Council of Foreign Ministers
 CGMTO, Commanding General, Medi-
    terranean Theater of Operations
ChNav-Grp, Chief, Naval Group
CIA, Central Intelligence Agency
c.i.f, cost, insurance, and freight
C-in-C, Commander in Chief
CINCNELM, Commander in Chief,
    Naval Forces, Eastern Atlantic
    and Mediterranean
CIO, Congress of Industrial Organiza-
    tions
CIOS, Combined Intelligence Opera-
    tions Section
circair, circular airgram
cirtel, circular telegram
CMF, Central Mediterranean Force
    (British)
CNO, Chief of Naval Operations
Combal, series indicator for telegrams
    from the U.S. Representative on
    the United Nations Special Com-
    mittee on the Balkans
ComGen, General Committee at the
    Belgrade conference on free navi-
    gation of the Danube River
ComGenMed, Commanding General,
    Mediterranean
Cominform, Communist Information
    Bureau
Comm One, Committee One of the
    United Nations
COMOS, Continental Motor Shipping
    Company, Vienna
CP, Division of Commercial Policy,
    Department of State
CP, Communist Party
CPF  (PCF), Communi.st Party of
    France
CPI, Communist Party of Italy
CPJ, Communist Party of Yugoslavia
CPSU, Communist Party of the Soviet
    Union
CRC, Central Rhine Commission, at
    Strasbourg,. France
CRO, Commonwealth Relations Office
    (United Kingdom)
CSA, Czechoslovak State Airline
CSGID, Ground Intelligence Division
    in the Office of the Chief of Staff,
    U.S. Army
CSGPO, Plans and Operations Divi-
    sion, General Staff, Office of the
    Chief of Staff, U.S. Army
DAG, Democratic Army of Greece (in-
    surgent military force)
DDSG, Donaudampfpchiffahrtsgesell-
    schaft, First Danube Steamship
    Company, Austrian shipping com-
    pany, founded in 1829
DefenseSec, Secretary of Defense
Deldu, series indicator for messages
    from the U.S. Delegate to the
    Danube Conference in Belgrade
Delga, series indicator for messages
    from the U.S. Delegation to the
    United Nations General Assembly
Delsec, series indicator for messages
    to the Secretary of State while
    heading a U.S. Delegation away
    from Washington
Depcircair, circular airgram from the
    Department of State
Depcirinst, circular instruction from
    the Department of State
Depintel, Depinfotel, information tele-
    gram from the Department of
    State
Deptel, telegram from the Department
    of State
desp, despatch
Detert Company, founded in Hungary
    in 1936 for shipping via the Dan-
    ube to the Black Sea and beyond
DP, displaced person
DRE, Division of Research for Europe,
    Department of State
DS, Division of Protective Services,
    Department of State
Dudel, series indicator for messages
    to the U.S. Delegate to the Danube
    Conference in Belgrade
E, Assistant Secretary of State for
   Economic Affairs
ECA, Economic Cooperation Act, or
   Administration
Ecato, series indicator for messages
   from the Economic Cooperation
   Administration in Washington to
   its missions abroad
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