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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1951. Asia and the Pacific (in two parts)
(1951)

List of abbreviations and symbols,   pp. VII-XI ff. PDF (2.0 MB)


Page VII


      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 appropriate
points; and those abbreviations and contractions which, although uncommon,
are understandable from the context.
AAA, anti-aircraft artillery
ACJ, Allied Council for Japan
AFC, Air Force Cross (British)
AFL, American Federation of Labor
AFP, Armed Forces of the Philippines
AFPFL, Anti-Fascist People's Freedom
  League
AMC, Additional Measures Committee
  of the United Nations
ANETA, Algemeen Nieuws en Tele-
  graaf  Agentschap, a  semi-official
  Dutch News Agency
Anzac, Australia-New Zealand
AP, Associated Press
AR, Office of Regional American
  Affairs, Department of State
ARA, Bureau of Inter-American Af-
  fairs, Department of State
AS, Associated States
ASW, anti-submarine warfare
AW, automatic weapons
BCP, Burmese Communist Party
BCT, battalion combat team
BFO, Bijeenkomst voor Federaal Over-
  leg (Federal Consultative Assembly)
BIS, Bank for International Settle-
  ments
BNA, Office of British Commonwealth
  and  Northern  European   Affairs,
  Department of State
BOT, Board of Trade (British)
BPM, De Bataafsche     N.V. Petro-
  leumr Maatschappij, a joint Dutch-
  British oil consortium  in which
  participation was 60-40
Brit Emb, British Embassy
BST, bilateral security treaty (United
  States-Japan)
BWPP, Burmese Workers' and Peas-
  ants' Party
CA, Constituent Assembly
CA, Office of Chinese Affairs, Depart-
  ment of State
Caltex, California Texas Oil Company,
  Limited
CB, Companion of the Bath (British)
CBE, Commander, Order of the British
  Empire
CFM, Council of Foreign Ministers
CIA, Central Intelligence Agency
C-in-C, Commander in Chief
CINCFE, Commander in Chief, Far
  East
CINCPAC, Commander in        Chief,
  Pacific
CINCPacFIt, Commander in Chief,
  Pacific Fleet
CINCUNC, Commander in        Chief,
  United Nations Command
CIO, Congress of Industrial Organiza-
  tions
Cominform, Communist Information
  Bureau
Commcen, communications center
ComNavFE,     Commander,    United
   States Naval Forces in the Far East
 Contel, Consulate telegram
 Cosan, series indicator for telegrams
 from the United States Delegation at
   the Japanese Peace Conference in,
   San Francisco to the Department of
   State
CP, Communist Party
CPB, Communist Party of Burma.
CPG, Central People's Government
   (People's Republic of China)
 CPIC, Communist Party of Indochina
 CPP, Philippine Communist Party
 CRO, Commonwealth Relations Office
   (British)
 CSUSA, Chief of Staff, United States
 Army
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