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Documents on Germany, 1944-1959 : background documents on Germany, 1944-1959, and a chronology of political developments affecting Berlin, 1945-1956
(1959)

Protocol of the Berlin (Potsdam) Conference, August 1, 1945 [extracts],   pp. 24-35 PDF (4.8 MB)


Page 24

24              DOCUMENTS ON GERMANY, 1944-59
11. In Article 6 of the above-mentioned Protocol, substitute
"quadruplicate" for "triplicate"; add "French"
in the enumera-
tion of the languages; substitute "The three texts" for the words
"Both texts".
The above text of the Agreement between the Governments of the
United States of America, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
and the United Kingdom and the Provisional Government of the
French Republic regarding Amendments to the Protocol of 12th
September, 1944, on the zones of occupation in Germany and the ad-
ministration of "Greater Berlin" has been prepared and unanimously
adopted by the European Advisory Commission at a meeting held on
26th July, 1945.
Representative of Representative of Representative of Representative of
the Government   the Government   the Government    the Provisional
of the United    of the Union of   of the United    Government of
States of Amer-  Soviet Socialist  Kingdom on the   the French Re-
ica on the Euro-  Republics  on    European  Ad-    public on the
pean  Advisory   the   European    visory Commis-   European  Ad-
Commission:      Advisory Com-     sion:            visory Commis-
mission:                           sion:
JOHN G. WINANT       G. SAKSIN     RONALD I. CAMP-    R. MASSIGLI
BELL
LANCASTER HOUSE,
LONDON, S.W. 1.
26th Jul1y 1945.
Protocol of the Berlin (Potsdam) Conference, August 1, 19451
[Extracts]
BERLIN, August 1, 194J.
There is attached hereto the agreed protocol of the Berlin
Conference.
JOSEPH V. STALIN
HARRY TRUMAN
C. R. ATTLEE
INDEX
I Establishment of a Council of Foreign Ministers.
II The Principles to Govern the Treatment of Germany in the Initial
Control Period.
III Reparations from Germany.
IV Disposal of the German Navy and Merchant Marine.
V  City of Koenigsberg and the Adjacent Area.
VI War Criminals.
VII Austria.
VIII Poland.
IX  Conclusion of Peace Treaties and Admission to the United Nations
Organization.
X  Territorial Trusteeship.
XI Revised Allied Control Commission Procedure in Rumania, Bulgaria
and Hungary.
XII Orderly Transfer of German Populations.
XIII Oil Equipment in Rumania.
XIV   Iran.
XV   The International Zone of Tangier.
Department of State press release 238, March 214, 1947.


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