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United Nations Office for Special Political Affairs (1955-1991) Série organique
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United Nations Observation Group in Lebanon (UNOGIL) - records

Series consists of cables, correspondence, and reports relating to the activities of the UN Observation Group in Lebanon (UNOGIL), which was set up to monitor internal conflicts between Lebanese political and religious factions. Also includes communications between UNOGIL and other Middle East UN commands, including the UN Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO). Correspondents include Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold, Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs Ralph Bunche, Special Representative to Jordan, Pier Spinelli, UNTSO Chief of Staff, Carl C. von Horn, UNOGIL mission leader David Blickenstaff, and the permanent representatives of countries providing troops to UNOGIL. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) - Subject Files

UN. Office of the Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs (1970-1978: Guyer; 1974-1985: Urquhart; 1979-1981: Perez de Cuellar; 1981-1988: Cordovez; 1986-1992: Goulding)

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, code and clear cables (incoming and outgoing), reports and maps related to the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) supervision of the cease-fire between India and Pakistan in Kashmir and Jammu. Includes monthly operational reports, local news summaries, UNMOGIP newsletters, a manual for military observers, and personnel files of Chief Military Observers. Subjects include cease-fire violations, incidents, and political demonstrations; the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front press relations; military observers; and administrative matters, including personnel and finance. Correspondents include Chief Military Observers Brig. Gen. Stig Waldenstrom, Brig. Gen. Thor A. Johnsen and Brig. Gen. Alf Hammer; and Assistant Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs George L. Sherry.

Accession numbers: 93/127, boxes 1-2

Actual series size: 4 boxes

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Middle East - Subject Files

UN. Office of the Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs (1974-1985: Urquhart; 1979-1981: Perez de Cuellar; 1981-1988: Cordovez; 1986-1992: Goulding)

Series consists of correspondence, numbered code, clear, and only cables (incoming and outgoing), United Nations documents, daily press briefings, political information bulletins, reports, and meeting summaries regarding the Middle East, including Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt and Jordan. Includes reports of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories; briefing notes to the Secretary-General; and summaries of meetings with Permanent Representatives to the United Nations. Subjects include the Middle East peace process; Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO); deportation of Palestinians from Israeli Occupied Territories; hostages in Lebanon; and a proposed Palestinian University for refugees in Jerusalem. Other subjects include terrorism; chemical warfare; the question of Palestine; the League of Arab States; the Organization of the Islamic Conference; and economic assistance to Lebanon. Correspondents include Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar.

Accession numbers: 94/038, boxes 1-3

Actual series size: 6 boxes

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United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO) - Subject Files

UN. Office of the Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs (OUSGSPA) (1958-1959: Trevelyn; 1958-1972: Bunche; 1959-1961: Narasimhan; 1962-1963: Loufti; 1963-1964: Protitch; 1965-1970: Rolz- Bennett; 1970-1978: Guyer; 1979-1981: Perez de Cuellar)

Series consists of clear cables, military staff lists, situation reports, SOPs, lists of military officers (South Lebanon), correspondence of the Secretary General, requests for purchases, service efficiency reports, incident reports and country files documenting the progress of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO). Subjects include the Bedouin buffer zone; the Egyptian surveillance station; incidents in South Lebanon; scheduled flights; the armistice demarcation line; ILMAC (Israel-Lebanese Mixed Armistice Commission; the Suez sector; Operation Mike (OPMIKE); Operation Charlie (OPCHARLIE); and the papal visit of 1963. Correspondence includes exchanges between Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim and then president of the Security Council Mansur Rashid Kikhin. Other correspondents include Military Liason Officer L. Koho; Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs R. J. Bunche; and UNTSO Chief of Staff O. Bull.
Subjects of photographs found in this series include Egyptian prisoners and guards, shell damage and ruined UN vehicles.

Accession number: 1987/005, boxes 18-19, 1989/028, 1985/074

Actual series size: 9 boxes

Existence and location of copies: The archives has a complete copy of the series in triplicate (PDF, TIFF, and GIF formats) on 6 CD-Rs, located at FF123-R020-SU08 in 1 box.

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United Nations Emergency Force (UNEF and UNEF II) - Subject Files

UN. Office of the Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs (OUSGSPA) (1958-1972: Bunche; 1959-1961: Narasimhan; 1970-1978: Guyer; 1974-1985: Urquhart; 1979-1981: Perez de Cuellar; 1981-1988: Cordovez))

Series consists of materials documenting the United Nations Emergency Force (UNEF) supervision of the cease-fire between Egypt and Israel. Series includes numbered clear cables, numbered and unnumbered code cables (incoming and outgoing), military staff lists, correspondence, personnel files, United Nations documents, maps, meeting minutes, military strength and location reports, operation orders, incident reports and some photos. Materials date from 1956-1962 and 1973-1983. The earliest materials concern meetings of the Advisory Committee on UNEF attended by the Secretary-General and Ralph Bunche. Subjects of later documents include casualties by country and date; air staff; rotation information; standing operating procedures; troop-contributing countries; air clearances; visits; awards; Secretary-General meetings; Ismailia airport; the U.S. Sinai Support Mission; supplies; transfer of UNEF to UNTSO; UNDOF; and the Suez Canal. Correspondents include UNEF Force Commanders Major-General E. Siilasvuo and Major General Bengt Liljestrand.

Accession number: 1987/005, boxes 19-26; 85/183, boxes 1-7, 10-21

Actual series size: 28 boxes

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Office of the Under Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs - Subject Files

UN. Office of the Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs (OUSGSPA) (1959-1972: Bunche; 1965-1970: Rolz-Bennett; 1970-1978: Guyer; 1974-1985: Urquhart))

Series consists of cables, correspondence, memoranda, press reports, press releases, information on television coverage, Security Council Reports and UN documents maintained by and for the use of the Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs. Subjects include material for Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim's press conferences; information on Waldheim's trips to Cyprus, Cairo, Damascus, Riyadh, Beirut, Amman, Jerusalem, Cairo, Syria, Europe, China, Chile, Argentina and the West Asia Gulf States; notes for R. E. Guyer's trip to Scandinavia; airplane hijackings; El-Air, Swiss Air, BOAC and TWA 707 incidents; the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO); the International Air Transport Association (IATA); the International Federation of Airline Pilots Association (IFAPA); and S/RES/286. Correspondents include Chief Information Officer R. Stajouhar; and the above listed Under-Secretaries-General

Accession number: 1982/124

Actual series size: 4 boxes

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United Nations Iran - Iraq Military Observer Group (UNIIMOG) - Subject Files

Series consists of numbered code cables (incoming and outgoing), press releases, incident reports, correspondence, memoranda, United Nations documents and maps documenting the United Nations Iran - Iraq Military Observer Group (UNIIMOG) mission to supervise the Iran - Iraq cease-fire and troop withdrawal. Includes extensive briefing reports prepared for Marrack Goulding's visits to Iran and Iraq, meeting summaries and some photographs. Bulk of the materials date from 1988 to 1991. Subjects include relations of UNIIMOG personnel with Iranian authorities, including allegations of intelligence gathering; arrests of U.N. military observers and restrictions on freedom of movement; military and civilian personnel; and troop-contributing countries. Military documented include cease-fire violations (burning oil wells, flooding), deployment, strength of forces and aircraft. Correspondents include UNIIMOG Chief Military Observers Maj. Gen. Slavko Jovic and Brig. Gen. Shahedul Anam Khan, and UNIIMOG Senior Adviser Raymond E. Sommereyns.

Accession numbers: 92/150, boxes 1-3

Actual series size: 6 boxes

Nigeria

Series documents the Nigerian conflict, in particular a rebellion of the Ibo Tribe, and the activities of the resulting United Nations relief mission. Records include reports of the Permanent Mission of Nigeria and the United Nations Representative in Nigeria (UNREPNIG), numbered and unnumbered code cables, clear cables, letters, memoranda, press releases, and newspaper clippings. Correspondents include Under-Secretaries-General Ralph Bunche and Jose Rolz-Bennett, Secretary-General U Thant, the Secretary-General's Personal Representative Nils Gussing, non-governmental organizations, and representatives of Liberia, Equatorial Guinea, and Nigeria. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

United Nations Assistance for the Reconstruction and Development of Lebanon (UNARDOL) - Cables

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

Series consists of incoming and outgoing numbered and unnumbered clear and code cables primarily issued by I. Akhund, then Special Representative of the Secretary General in Lebanon. Subjects include food and water shortages; interruption of convoy; and status of mission. Series contains detailed descriptions of damage to Beirut, Roche, Mazara, Berbir, the Shile suburbs of Shiyah, Burj-Barajne, Palestine camp, and miscellaneous locations. Correspondents include I. Akhund, Co-Coordinator for UN Assistance for the Reconstruction and Development of Lebanon (UNARDOL).

Accession number: 89/110

Actual series size: 1 box

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United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) - Subject Files

UN. Office of the Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs (1970-1978: Guyer; 1974-1985: Urquhart; 1979-1981: Perez de Cuellar; 1981-1988: Cordovez; 1986-1992: Goulding)

Series consists of numbered code and clear cables (incoming and outgoing), correspondence, memoranda, incident reports, United Nations documents, daily press briefings, press releases, and meeting summaries regarding the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) mission to confirm withdrawal of Israeli forces and reestablish the authority of the Lebanese government. Also includes military strength reports and staff lists, briefing notes for the Secretary-General, and some maps. Bulk of the materials date from 1978 to 1986. Subjects include incidents involving the Israel Defence Forces (IDF); the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO); de facto forces (DFF) and armed elements; humanitarian assistance; cease-fire violations; and military matters including deployment, freedom of movement, force structure, and military observer groups. Other subjects include refugees; terrorism; claims for compensation; and meetings of the UNIFIL Force Commander and U.N. political advisers with the PLO representatives of the Lebanese government and/or representatives of Lebanese and Israeli de facto forces. Also includes, administrative matters; finances; contributing countries; and official visits to the UNIFIL area of operation. Correspondents include Chief Coordinator for U.N. Peace-keeping in the Middle East Lt. Gen. Ensio Siilasvuo; Political Adviser Jean-Claude Aime; and UNIFIL Force Commanders Maj. Gen. Emmanuel A. Erskine and Lt. Gen. William Callaghan.

Accession numbers: 90/199, boxes 1-15 and 92/06, boxes 1-10
Actual series size: 47 boxes
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