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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1949. The Far East and Australasia (in two parts)
(1976)

List of abbreviations and symbols,   pp. VII-X PDF (1.3 MB)


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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS
SKLP, South Korean Labor Party
SOA, Division (after October 3, 1949,
  Office) of South Asian Affairs, De-
  partment of State
SQL, status quo line (Indonesian truce)
SWNCC, State-War-Navy Coordinat-
  ing Committee
SYG, Secretary-General of the United
  Nations
TBA, Territoriaal Bestuurs Adviseurs
  (Netherlands East Indies term for
  territories of Djambi, Tapanuli,
  Benkulen, Lampongs, Minankabbau,
  Siak, Indragiri, and Pagaralam in
  Sumatra)
TDY, temporary duty
Telcan, series indicator for. telegrams
  to branch of the United States
  Embassy in China at Canton
TNI, Tentara Nasional Indonesia (In-
  donesian National army)
UNA, Office (after October 3, 1949,
  Bureau) of United Nations Affairs,
  Department of State
UNCFIN, United Nations Commission
  for Indonesia
UNCI, United Nations Commission
  for Indonesia
UNCOK, United Nations Commission
  on Korea
UNCOM, United Nations Commission
UNESCO, United     Nations Educa-
  tional, Scientific and Cultural Or-
  ganization
UNGA, United Nations General As-
  sembly
UNO, United Nations Organization
UNOGA, United Nations Organization
General Assembly
UNP, Division of United Nations
  Political Affairs (after October 3,
  1949, Office of United    Nations
  Political and Security Affairs), De-
  partment of State
UNSC,    United   Nations  Security
  Council
UNSEC, United Nations Secretary-
  General
UNSYG, United Nations Secretary-
  General
UPU, Universal Postal Union
urdes, your despatch
URI, United Republic of Indonesia
urinfo, your information
urtel, your telegram
USAFIK, U.S. Army Forces in Korea
USDel, U.S. Delegate (or Delegation)
Usgoc, series indicator for telegrams
  from the Department of State to
  the U.S. member of the United
  Nations Good Offices Committee
  in Indonesia
Ushic, series indicator for telegrams
  from the Department of State to
  the U.S. member of the United
  Nations Commission for Indonesia
  at The Hague conference
USI, United States of Indonesia
USIE, U.S. Information and Educa-
  tional Exchange Program
USIS, U.S. Information Service
USPoIAd, U.S. Political Adviser
USUN, U.S. Mission at the United
  Nations
VOA, Voice of America (broadcasts)
VOUSA, Voice of America
wali negara, head of State (Indonesia)
WE, Division (after October 3, 1949,
  Office) of Western European Affairs,
  Department of State
Weeka, weekly, inter-agency, sum-
  mary analysis from United States
  diplomatic missions
WU, Western Union
YMS, motor mine sweeper
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