Documents on Germany, 1944-1959 : background documents on Germany, 1944-1959, and a chronology of political developments affecting Berlin, 1945-1956
Fulbright, J. W.
Foreword, pp. [III] ff. PDF (224.1 KB)
1i2¶)41 N X FOREWORD In the months ahead it is to be anticipated that the subject of Ger- many will be much in the news. Negotiations relating to Berlin and the reunification of Germany rest on a background of many state- ments, exchanges of views, and agreements which have taken place since the war. With the thought that it would be helpful to bring the most im- portant German documents together in one volume, the Department of State agreed to my request that it pull together the most impor- tant documents on Germany so that they might be published for the convenience of Members of Congress, the public, and the press. These documents have been brought together under the direction of G. Ber- nard Noble, Chief of the Historical Division in the Bureau of Public Affairs of the Department of State, and with the assistance of Edwin S. Costrell, Fredrick Aandahl, Robert W. Lambert, Harold D. Lang- ley, and Mrs. Helene L. De Long. Miss Mary Ann Sames of the staff of the Committee on Foreign Relations was responsible for the edi- torial work necessary prior to final printing. J. W. FULBRIGHT, Chairman. May 8, 1959. III
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