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Assistant Secretary-General - Correspondence and Italy/Germany Commission

Creator/collector: United Nations. Department of Security Council Affairs. Assistant Secretary-General

Series consists of: correspondence arranged by region (Balkans, China, Eritrea, India/Pakistan, Indians of South America, International Court of Justice, Italian colonies, Korea, and Libya); Four Power Commission of Investigation for the Former Italian Colonies reports; Technical Committee on Berlin Currency and Trade documents; UN Commission to Investigate Conditions for Free Elections in Germany records; and a small publications collection. Arranged in the preceding order and therein variously.

Assistant Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs - Subject Files

UN. Office of the Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs (OUSGSPA) (1970-1978: Guyer; 1974-1985: Urquhart; 1979-1981: Perez de Cuellar; 1981-1988: Cordovez)

Note: The position of Assistant Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs does not appear in staff lists until 1981, when F. T. Liu is listed as holding that position.
Series consists of materials documenting the work of the UNCC (United Nations Co-Coordinator), UNDOF (United Nations Disengagement Observer Force), and UNTSO (United Nations Truce Supervision Organization). UNCC and UNTSO materials consist of incoming and outgoing numbered code cables; UNDOF materials include incoming and outgoing numbered code cables; military staff lists; casualty and board of inquiry reports; country files (Austria, Canada, Iran, etc.); incident reports and strength and location reports. Subjects include the Christian Armed Forces and Lebanese Christian fellowship; IDF withdrawals from Lebanon; Lebanese border crossings; the crossing of the Alpha line; mine accidents; and the Austrian patrol. Correspondents include Maj.-Gen. L. Koho; UN Emergency Force (UNEF) Force Commander/Chief Co-Coordinator Lt.-Gen. E. Siilasvuo; UN Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO) Chief of Staff B. Liljestrand; and Under-Secretaries General for Special Political Affairs Guyer and Urquhart.
Photographs in this series support casualty files, including the location and condition of the deceased upon discovery. Shepherds shot by the IDF patrol, UNDOF OP 72, and the bodies of Peter Hoermann and Major-Corporal Anton Grasserbauer are among those photographed.
Accession number: 1986/103
Actual series size: 10 boxes
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Assistant to the Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs - Subject Files

UN. Office for the Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs (OUSGSPA) (1958-1959: Trevelyn; 1958-1972: Bunche; 1959-1960: Narasimhan; 1962-1963: Loufti; 1963-1964: Protitch; 1965-1970: Rolz-Bennett; 1970-1978: Guyer; 1974-1985: Urquhart; 1979-1981: Perez de Cuellar)

Series consists of reports on peace-keeping operations, speeches by Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim, personnel files, press and magazine clippings, meeting summaries (e.g. the Special Committee on Peace Keeping Operations), force regulations, surveys of telecommunications requests, drafts of papers, manuscripts, correspondence, memoranda and cables. Subjects include UN military observers established or authorized by the screening council for observation purposes persuant to the Security Council's resolutions (Middle East, Pakistan, UNOGIL, UNYOM and Dominican Republic); the Lovanium Institute; and papers by J. K. Gordon, M.T. Hutchinson, T. C. Bueitner, C. E. Weber, B. Egge, I. L. Claude, F. Seyersted and F. D. Wilcox. Correspondents include the Deputy Director to the Under-Secretary-General; Department of Political and Security Council Affairs M. A. Vellodi; Secretary-General U Thant; Under-Secretary-General for Legal Affairs and Legal Counsel C. A. Stavropoulos; and the above listed Under-Secretaries-General.

Accession number: 1986/002

Actual series size: 5 boxes

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Atomic Energy Section

Series consists of records of the Section, as well as records and documents collected relating to the Atomic Energy Commission. Included are: chronological files (Jan. 1948 to July 1949), correspondence, subject files, "Monthly Survey of Events" (1952-1960), Atomic Energy Commission official documents (1946-1951, extensive set of documents and official records), and petitions (1960-1962). Arranged in the order cited here.

Audio Tapes and Administrative Files - Burundi

Highly sensitive records on administrative matters and witness testimonies, recorded on cassettes, diskettes and on paper relating to the United Nations International Commission of Inquiry for Burundi (UNIBIC).

There are 342 Audio Tapes with recorded "Testimonies", and out of which 140 are "Transcribed".

From the Africa 1 Division.

B. Chen - Subject Files

UN. Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General - 1946-1961
UN. Chef de Cabinet - 1963-1973

Series consists of the General Assembly reports, minutes of meetings and correspondence relating to the missions of Office of the Under-Secretaries-General for Special Political Affairs - OUSecretary-GeneralSPA in Cyprus and the Middle East. Documented are budget estimates, visits by individuals and organizations, studies on the development of Water Resource in Jordan River Valley. Also included are files of Leo Malania containing minutes of meetings, accounts of border incidents, and weekly summaries of activities of Egypt-Israel mixed armistice commission.
Correspondents include Under-Secretaries-General for Special Political Affairs Roberto Guyer and Brian Urquhart, Director of OUSGSPA Fou Tchin-Liu, Director of the General Legal Division Blaine Sloan, Principal Director of the Department of Trusteeship and Information from non-self-governing territories Ralph Bunche, Chief of Staff of UNTSO Mayor-General E. L. M. Burns, Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General Andrew Cordier.

Accession numbers are unknown

Bangladesh - Subject Files

UN. Office for Special Political Affairs (1971-1974: Guyer)

Series consists of correspondence, incoming and outgoing clear and code cables, and reports related to relief operations in Bangladesh following the official name change from East Pakistan. Subjects include the Bangladesh government, the political situation, relief efforts, and Bangladesh's application for membership in the UN. Correspondents include Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim, Under-Secretaries-General Roberto Guyer and Brian Urquhart, Mission Commanders Victor Umbricht and Sir Robert Jackson, and the Permanent Representative of Bangladesh.

Accession number: 77/207

Boards of Inquiry Unit - Civilian Investigation Boards cases

UNTAC Civilian Investigation Boards were convened by the Director of Administration to make decisions regarding injuries, property damage, and property loss in which UNTAC civilian personnel were involved. Serious incidents were referred to a Headquarters Boards of Inquiry for further investigation and action. UNTAC's Boards of Inquiry Unit administered all Boards of Inquiry on behalf of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General; accordingly, it was the custodian of the Civilian Investigation Boards records.

Series consists of final reports and supporting documentation of UNTAC Civilian Investigation Boards 1, 2 and 3. Supporting documentation includes: witness statement forms, interoffice memoranda, accident/incident reports, security statement forms, security investigation reports, damage/discrepancy reports, medical reports, and incident sketches. The series is arranged by Civilian Investigation Boards case number.

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UNTAC Civilian Investigation Boards were convened by the Director of Administration to make decisions regarding injuries, property damage, and property loss in which UNTAC civilian personnel were involved. Serious incidents were referred to a Headquarters Boards of Inquiry for further investigation and action. UNTAC's Boards of Inquiry Unit administered all Boards of Inquiry on behalf of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General; accordingly, it was the custodian of the Civilian Investigation Boards records.

Series consists of final reports and supporting documentation of UNTAC Civilian Investigation Boards 1, 2 and 3. Supporting documentation includes: witness statement forms, interoffice memoranda, accident/incident reports, security statement forms, security investigation reports, damage/discrepancy reports, medical reports, and incident sketches. The series is arranged by Civilian Investigation Boards case number.

Title based on series contents.

Boards of Inquiry Unit - Civilian Police Component Boards of Inquiry cases

UNTAC Civilian Police (CIVPOL) Component Boards of Inquiry (BOI) were convened to make decisions regarding injuries, property damage, and property loss in which UNTAC CIVPOL monitors were involved. Serious incidents were referred to a Headquarters Boards of Inquiry for further investigation and action. UNTAC's Boards of Inquiry Unit administered all Boards of Inquiry on behalf of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General; accordingly, it was the custodian of the CIVPOL BOI records.

Series consists of final reports and supporting documentation of the CIVPOL Boards of Inquiry. Supporting documentation includes: witness statement forms, BOI convening orders, interoffice memoranda, accident/incident reports, security statement forms, security investigation reports, damage/discrepancy reports, medical reports, incident sketches and photographs, UNTAC repatriation forms, clearance certificates, and caution statement forms. Specific subjects covered include: traffic accidents, falls, and theft. The series is arranged alphabetically by UNTAC personnel surname.

Title based on series contents.

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