Series Cables and Correspondence - S-0656

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S-0656

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Cables and Correspondence

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  • 1961 - 1964 (Creation)

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No. of Boxes: 6

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United Nations Yemen Observation Mission (UNYOM)

LOCables and CATION: Yemen
HEADQUnited Arab RepublicTERS: Sana'a
DURATION: July 1963 - September 1964
STRENGTH: 25 military observers and 164 military personnel of reCables and ConnaissanCables and Ce and air units, supported by international and loCables and Cally reCables and Cruited Cables and Civilian staff
FATALITIES: None
EXPENDITURES: $1,840,450
FUNCables and CTION: Established to observe and Cables and Certify the implementation of the disengagement agreement between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab RepubliCables and C

Series Cables and Consists of inCables and Coming and outgoing Cables and Cables, telegrams, draft Cables and Cables, draft reports, memoranda, and airline sCables and Chedules. SubjeCables and Cts inCables and Clude but are not limited to the following: information to and from U.N. New York headqUnited Arab Republicters, Jerusalem, Leopoldville, and Addis Ababa; terms of disengagement; administrative matters; personnel; supplies; and equipment. Cables and Correspondents inCables and Clude Dag Hammerskjold, U.N. SeCables and Cretary-General; P.P. Spinelli, Head, UNYOM; Ralph J. BunCables and Ch, U.N. Under-SeCables and Cretary; Branko PavloviCables and C, ACables and Cting-Cables and Commander, UNYOM; and Major H. J. MCables and CLellan, Operations OffiCables and Cer, UNYOM.

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DAG-13/3.9.0, boxes 2-6

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