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Correspondence Files of the United Nations Commission for Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea (UNCURK)

United Nations Commission for Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea (UNCURK)

Series consists of correspondence, draft correspondence, memoranda, cables, reports, resolutions, draft resolutions, agendas, summary records of meetings, press conferences, declarations, regulations, speeches and addresses, translations, news clippings, press releases and statements, witness statements, resumes, biographical notes, corrigenda, routing slips, programs, seating charts, itineraries, rosters, lists, indexes, periodicals, maps, photographs, communiques, and aides memoires. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: government delegations and embassies; rules of procedure; civilian organizations; corruption cases of ex-members of the National Assembly; Alien Land Law; commemoration of National Liberation Day; inauguration of President Chung Hee Park; UN Unified Command; Agency for International Development; Korean National Red Cross; Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission (NNSC); North Korean violations of military armistice agreement; DMZ incidents; and mock UN General Assembly. Correspondents include Kurt Waldheim, UN Secretary-General; U Thant, UN Secretary General; Mohammed Ali Aghassi, Principal Secretary, UNCURK; Andrew Cordier, Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General; and President Chung Hee Park.

Administrative Files of the United Nations Commission for Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea (UNCURK)

United Nations Commission for Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea (UNCURK)

Series consists of correspondence, cables, handwritten documents, administrative reports, area reports, field service reports, forms, draft press releases, draft addresses and speeches, draft resolutions, annexes, agendas, minutes of meetings, administrative instructions, personnel directives, authorization letters, periodicals, news clippings, bills of sale, vouchers, inventories, itineraries, lists, indexes, registers, logs, aides memoires, protocal files, blueprints, drawings, and photographs. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: UNCURK commissions and committees; field trips; radio equipment; personnel; administrative procedures; logistical support; postal procedures; ration controls; financial budgets; income tax; travel arrangements; health insurance; property survey board; Status of Forces Amendment (SOFA); Convention on the Priveledges and Immunity of the UN; Presidential Election of 1971; National Assembly Election of 1971; National Conference for Unification Elections in 1972; and UN Peace Medal. Correspondents include Kurt Waldheim, UN Secretary-General; Ali Nekunam, Principal Secretary, UNCURK; Zouheir Kuzbari, Principal Secretary, UNCURK; Bulend Kestelli, Chairman, Committee of UNCURK; George A. Humphries, Chief Administrative Officer, UNCURK; James Whyte, Chief Administrative Officer, UNCURK; and William L. Magistretti, Acting Director, UN Information Centre, Tokyo.

Administrative Files of the Office of the Principal Secretary of the United Nations Commission for Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea (UNCURK)

United Nations Commission for Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea; Office of the Principal Secretary

Series consists of correspondence, telegrams, summary records, tables of content, annexes, resolutions, incoming and outgoing administrative reports, personnel directives, text extracts, news clippings, press releases, and transcripts of television interviews. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: policy matters; SECCO affairs; UNCURK mandate; UN agencies; the constitution of the Republic of Korea; logistical support; incidents; and politcal prisoners. Correspondents include U Thant, UN Secretary-General; Dag Hammerskjold, UN Secretary-General; Chote Klongvicha, Chairman, UNCURK; Andrew Cordier, Executive Assistant to Secretary General; Ali Nekunam, Principal Secretary, UNCURK; Ismail R. Khalidi, Principal Secretary, UNCURK; David Hall, Principal Secretary, UNCURK; and C.V. Narashimhan, Cabinet Chief of the UN.

Subject Files of the United Nations Commission for Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea (UNCURK) in the Research Department

United Nations Commission for Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea (UNCURK); Research Department

Series consists of correspondence, reprints of cables, memoranda, interim reports, monthly, fortnightly and weekly surveys, verbatim records of meetings, summary records of meetings, working papers, statements, decisions, resolutions, draft resolutions, appendices, annexes, addenda, indexes, corrigenda, comments, meeting notes, communiques, summaries of discussions, summaries of trail proceedings, records of local charges, indictment papers, law amendments, programmes, radio broadcast schedules, transcripts of radio broadcasts, news digests, press releases, press briefings, press clippings, speeches, translations, lists and chronologies. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: administration; personnel; field trips; General Assembly of UNCURK; political developments, elections, legal aspects of elections; Presidential Election Law; New Election Law; Constitution of Republic of Korea; National Assembly; Republic of Korea National League for Self-Unification; Anti-Communist Law; law suits; economy; UNKRA Counterpart Fund; UNKRA Reconstruction Agency; UNESCO assistance to Korea; Land Reform Act; trade unions; the case of Suh Min Ho; North Korean Agents; espionage ring in East Berlin; political surveillance of students; trial and sentancing of students; Five-Point Programme for Peace in Korea; South-North Joint Communique; Mutual Defense Treaty between Republic of Korea and U.S.A.; and Chinese and Japanese attitudes. Correspondents include U Thant, UN Secretary-General; Dag Hammerskjold, UN Secretary-General; Kurt Waldheim, UN Secretary-General; Ali Nekunam, Principal Secretary, UNCURK; Andrew Cordier, Executive Assistant to UN Secretary-General; Hugh A. Dunn, Chairman, UNCURK; Bulend N. Kestelli, Chairman, UNCURK; Geoffrey V. Bradig, Chairman, UNCURK; Chin Pil Shik, Minister of Foreign Affairs, UNCURK; and President Chung Hee Park, Republic of Korea.

Subject Files of the United Nations Memorial Cemetery in Korea (UNMCK)

Series consists of correspondence, cables, telegrams, memoranda, handwritten documents, aides memoires, formal reports, administrative reports, internment and evacuation reports, formal agreements, appendices, extracts, applications, contracts, disbursement vouchers, purchase orders, bills of sale, invoices, parcel post receipts, disposition forms, job orders, employment ID cards, insurance membership cards, insurance enrollment cards, income tax reimbursement forms, payroll ledgers, travelling schedule forms, brochures, booklets, press clippings, building plans, drawings, programmes, schedules, lists, time-sheets, maps, photograps, and business cards.

Subjects include but are not limited to the following: administration; personnel; maintenance of UN Memorial Cemetary in Korea; regulations; security; equipment; construction; landscaping; water supply system; soil testing; pest control; finance; taxation; UNMCK permanent buildings; UN Memorial Service Hall; Turkish Army Memorial Day; Korean gateway to cemetary; souvenir shop; UN commemorative postal stamp; postal priveleges; photographing graves; local community issues; and incidents.

Correspondents include Zouheir Kuzbari, Principal Secretary, UNCURK; Ahmet Ozbundun, Principal Secretary, UNCURK; James D.P. Whyte, Chief Administrative Officer, UNCURK; Ali Nekunam, Custodian, UNMCK; George A. Humphries, Assistant Custodian, UNMCK; Arthur L. Bourgeois, Supervisor, UNMCK; Kim Hyan Ok, Major of Pusan City; and Hung San Construction Co. Ltd.

United Nations Korea Cemetery register files

Administrative history: The United Nations Commission for the Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea (UNCURK) was established in 1950 to bring about an independent democratic government for all of Korea; it was dissolved in 1974. United Nations troops participated in the Korean War from 1950 to 1954. The UNMCK had been managed by UNCURK until UNCURK was dissolved in 1974. In February 1974 UNCURK transferred the management of the UNMCK to the Commission for the UNMCK consisting of 11 member nations.
Archival history: Korean cemetery records of UNCURK became part of the United Nations Memorial Cemetery in Korea (UNMCK) files when UNMCK began managing the cemetery in March 1960.

Scope and content: Series consists of burial records pertaining to the following cemeteries: P.O.W. Cemetery No. 1 (including grave cards representing approximately 1,500 individuals); P.O.W. Cemetery No. 2 (including grave cards representing approximately 7,000 individuals); Cheju-Do Cemetery (partial representation); Koje-Do Cemetery (partial representation); and Masan P.O.W. Cemetery (tiny representation). There are missing grave cards for all cemeteries. For the larger cemeteries there are plot charts. Also included is correspondence of Medical Officer Robert W. Briggs. Arranged by cemetery and therein by grave number.

Existence and location of copies: Researchers use microfilm copies (Set 1, 25 reels, master negative, located at LIC facility; Set 2, 25 reels, service copy, located at LIC facility; Set 3, 25 reels, service copy, located at FF facility, Microfilm Cabinet 3, drawer 8); Set 4, 25 reels, duplicate negative, located at FF facility, Microfilm Cabinet 3, drawer 8). For internal use only the archives has 4 CD-ROMs (tiff), 5 CD-ROMs (gif), and 5 CD-ROMs (pdf), shelved at FF123 R020 SU08 (1 box). Microfilm and CD-ROM copies produced by Hudson Microimaging in May 2004.
Variations in title: Previously called "United Nations Memorial Cemetery in Korea (UNMCK) non-registry files" and "Subject files of the United Nations Cemetery in Korea (UNMCK) by cemetery".
Source of title: Title based on contents

Subject Files of the United Nations Temporary Commission on Korea (UNTCOK)

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, handwritten documents, incoming and outgoing cables, agendas, verbatim records, summary records, committee reports, working papers, corrigenda, observation summaries, laws, regulations, weekly bulletins, petitions, protests, press releases, press communiques and summaries, transcripts of speeches, transcripts of radio broadcasts, news clippings, translations, lists, draft questions, resumes, bank accounts, bank statements, currency conversion forms, account ledgers, and cash voucher forms.

Subjects include but are not limited to the following: local elections; political parties; political propaganda; requests for hearings; education; UNTCOK main committee and sub-committees; public information; administration of UNTCOK; UNTCOK personnel; banking; and financial matters.

Correspondents include Alfred M. Katz, Administrative Fiscal Officer, UNTCOK; R. S. Watts, Korean Affairs Advisor to the Military Governor; and Brigadier General John Weckerling.

Subject Files of the United Nations Commission for Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea (UNCURK)

United Nations Commission for Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea (UNCURK)

Series consists of correspondence, cables, radiograms, handwritten documents, summary records, interrogation records, reports, administrative instructions, resolutions, statements, decrees, translations, speeches and addresses, drafts of rules of procedure, draft press releases, press releases, news clippings, radio and television broadcast partial transcripts, press conferences, working papers, periodicals, surveys, itineraries, programs, agendas, corrigendas, statistics, diagrams, and photographs. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: administrative matters; personnel matters; appointments; field trips; General Assembly meetings; UNCURK Commission meetings; National Referendum Law; Anti-Communist Law; law governing presidential and local elections; various elections; Enlightenment Campaign; UN Unification formula; UN Day Ceremonies; Human Rights Day;DMZ incidents; North Korean subversive operations, and propaganda. Correspondents include U Thant, UN Secretary-General; North Korean Premier Kim Il Sung; David Hall, Principal Secretary, UNCURK; and George A. Humphries, Chief Administrative Officer.