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United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (1960-1964) Série organique
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Albertville Branch Office - Chronological Reference

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, cables, and circulars. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: termination of contracts; housing; stolen furniture; construction of latrines; office space; accidents; officers mess; problems with Indian Brigade; utilities; PX; salaries; theft; refrigerators; ancillary services; and missing persons. Correspondents include R. Magloire, Finance Officer; David Renwick, Accomodations Officer; Captain K.K. Puri, Indian Brigade; G.R. Tomalin, Chief Security Officer; R. Bonner, Administrative Officer; R.E. Grindall, Chief Accomodations Officer; Samuel Last, Labour Supervisor; Nils Gussing, Chief Coordinator, Refugee Camp; G. Reinle, Inventory Controller; L. Weisberg, Chief PX Officer; and J.H. Amonoo, Acting Deputy Civilian Officer. Arranged chronologically.

Office of the Chief Administrative Officer - Cables

Series created by Chief Administrative Officer S. Habib Ahmed and staff. Records include correspondence, incoming and outgoing cables, and code cables. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: personnel issues; movement and transportation; procurement; finance; accomodations; burial of civilian personnel; refugee transfers; motor vehicle issues including acquisition, repair and "cannibalization of"; travel; building contracts; subsistence suppliers; civilian operations; community development programs; rations and mess facilities; damage and loss to ONUC property; evacuation of 55 medical chimpanzees to Stanleyville; menacing and pillaging of missions; allowances, payments and salaries; blockade of Kamina Base; industrial diamond operations in Bakwanga; chicken farm project in Goma; water purification issues; starvation and malnutrition of children in Bakwanga; ONUC liquidation team and unnecessary arrests of ONUC personnel. Correspondents include B. Twigt; C. Brackenburg; Maurice Gavreau; Mr. Halbert; Mr. Wood; James W. Taylor; John A. Olver; Mr. Jerkovic; Mr. Marek; Roger Polgar; Mr. Azzam; C. A. Gaviola; Mr. Timbrell and Mr. Fitzgerald. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General - Registry - Economic

Series consists of correspondence, notes, cables, memoranda, aides-memoires, statements, corrigenda, indexes, and lists. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: Economic Commission for Africa; various resources and industries; and conferences held by the ECA. Correspondents include A. Lawrence, Director, Bureau of Economic Coordination, ONUC; Mr. Twist; John M. Saunders, Deputy-Chief, Administrative Officer, Civilian Operations; James R. Brooks, Deputy, Resident Representative; S. Habib Ahmed, Chief, Civilian Operations; and A.C. Gilpin, Deputy-Chief, Civilian Operations, ONUC. Arranged in filing number order.

Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General - Registry - Public Information

Series consists of correspondence, statements, reports, minutes of meetings, cables, code cables, draft reports, contracts, translations, surveys, handwritten notes, aide-memoires, press releases, press conference materials, press clipplings, publications, speeches, interviews, radio programmes, and maps. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: radio equipment problems; dissemination of information to the public; visual matarials generated for release to the public; relations with radio network stations and organizations; UN Day; and public relations activities. Correspondents include: Ralphe J. Bunche, Under-Secretary for Special Political Affairs; M.P. Chevalier, Chef de l'OPI; Max Dorsinville, Officer-in-Charge, ONUC, Leopoldville; Subhash C. Rashi, Acting Administrative Officer; and Konstantine Smirnov, Deputy-Director, Exernal Relations Division, Office of Public Relations. Arranged in filing number order.

Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General - Registry - Political and Security

Series consists of correspondence, cables, laws, routing slips, memoranda, declarations, forms, mandates, agreements, drafts, press statements, handwritten documents, translations, invitations, receipts, statements, lists, postcards, annexes, monthly reports, administrative circulars, press clippings, programs, situation reports, maps, and speeches. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: maintaining peace and security; Liaisons with countries that are a part of the UN; work with local goverments; death of Mr. Lumumba; requests for UN Asylum; evacuation of refugees; arrests; military armed attacks; assassinations; activities of fact-finding commission; hydro-electricity; labour issues; relief projects; sabotage; tribal clashes; and constitution of Congo. Correspondents include C. Adoula, Prime Minister, Republic of the Congo; Constantin A. Stavropoulos, Legal Counsel; Ramon Prieto, Legal Advisor; D.B.H. Vickers, Special Legal Counsel; U. Thant, Secretary-General; Jacques Poujoulat, Chief, Civilian Affairs; Z. Marcella, Legal Advisor, ONUC; S. Linner, Chief, Civilian Operations; and A.C. Gilpin, Deputy-Chief, Civilian Operations, ONUC. Arranged in filing number order.

Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General - Cables

Series consists of code and clear cables, as well as news clippings and situation reports. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: hospital facilities; incidents; transportation of refugees; housing of refugees; Congolese Central Government; incidents in Katanga; UN staff members taken prisoner; movements of UN staff; attacks by civilians; attacks on civilians by various militiary factions; arrival and transportation of supplies via air and water; UN personnel; assassinations and executions of settlers, civilians, government officials, aid workers, and UN staff; hunger strikes; stolen vehicles; diamond mine exploitation; food relief; malerial outbreaks; medical assistance; and rabies outbreaks. Correspondents include: Ralph J. Bunche; Mr. R. Dayal; Andrew Cordier; Mr. Dumonlet, Leopoldville; Mr. MacFarquhar, New York; General Kebbede; Mr. Gardiner; Joseph Kasa-Vubu, President of the Republic of the Congo; Dr. S. Linner; Max Dorsinville; J.D.R. Kelly, Assistant to the Special Representative; A.C. Micuta, ONUC Civilian Officer; Carey Seward; and Dag Hammarskjold, Secretary-General. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Kamina Branch Office - Non-Registry

Series consists of base orders, memoranda, cables, correspondence, programs, maps, administrative reports, information circulars, personnel record cards, and administrative circulars. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: vehicle regulations; war booty; leave permits; construction of housing; recreation facilities; electrical installation; prevention of diseases; matters related to vehicles; military incidents; health incidents; and local personnel. Correspondents include Major Axel Friman, Chief of Staff; J. Postma, Base Administrator; Van Lierde, Kamina Base Commander; R. Polgar, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer; A.D. Vieira, Base Administrator; C. Blom, Base Administrator; S.A. Chakra, Director Du Service, MOC; Lieutenant Colonel Bengt Fredman, Acting Commander, Section C; and W. Poirier, Personnel Director. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Kamina Branch Office - Cables

Series consists of incoming/Outgoing cables, code cables, memoranda, circulars, handwritten notes, and message forms. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: movements at airport; troop incidents; inspections; payment of troops; requests for supplies, Canadian Cream of Wheat, coffins, cigarettes, fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, flour, construction materials, and jet fuel; need for French to English translators; compensation for local workers; repatriation of civilians; theft of goods; anniversary of Hammarskjold's death; PX inventory; transfer of personnel; police brutality; meetings between Tshombe and Adoula; refugee camps; shortage of supplies; smallpox outbreak; ANC activities; poison sold as whiskey; deaths of Congolese from consumption; and mercenary activities. Correspondents include Nancy Grey; R. Gardiner; Mr. Tshombe; Mr. Adoula; Carey Seward; Max Dorsinville; Mr. Dayal; Mr. Gauvreau; Mr. Ahmed; Mr. Heckmann; Stuare Linner; and Mr. Rolz-Bennett. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Kindu Branch Office - Non-Registry

Series consists of correspondence, cables, memoranda, field administrative reports, contracts, purchase orders, and handwritten notes. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: travel of authorities; conditions in Kindu; procurement; transportation; mail operations; receipt of supplies; pre-fab buildings; car rentals; unpaid rent claims; damage to rental properties; furniture rentals; general contracting work; supplies of petrol; political situation in Kindu; vaccinations; outbreak of smallpox; and inadequate facilities for storage of foodstuffs. Correspondents include Aly A. Samy, Administrative Officer, Kindu; Max Dorsinville, Officer-in-Charge; M. Schoellkopf, Chief of Civilian Personnel; Bill Begley, Administrative Assistant; R. Polgar, Acting Deputy Chief Administrative Officer; B. Twigt, Chief Administrative Officer; A.E. Hayward, Executive Engineer, Leopoldville; C. Taff, Legal Advisor; E.F. Espinar, Claims Section; and R. Magloire, Finance Officer. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Luluabourg Branch Office - Non-Registry

Series consists of cables, memoranda, correspondence, aide-memoires, reports, invoices, diagrams, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, maps, and itineraries. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: transport of pigs; delivery of medicine; air mission in Kassai; awarding of construction contracts; recommendation for ANC liason; petrol situation; rail problems; loss and damage of supplies during transport; closing of Lubilash bridge; tribal fighting; refugee situation; taxes; political prisioners; belongings of refugees; repatriation; incidents between Jeunesse and ANC soldiers; clergy; missionaries; troop activities; police activities; beatings, burlary, and raping of Europeans by Lumumba youth; looting; requests for air transport; illegal arrest of civilians by soldiers; road blocks; military patrols; complaints against ONUC troops; political refugees; repatriation of refugees; water supplies; electrical plants; and formation of new provinces. Correspondents include A. Succar, Deputy Chief Civilian Affairs Officer, Luluabourg; A.C. Gilpin, Special Assistant to the Officer-in-Charge; John Wood, Administrative Officer, Luluabourg; John Grun, Chief Refugee Relief Coordinator; R. Bossut, Regional Director; Ben Twigt, Chief Administrative Officer, Leopoldville; W. A. Duncan Smith, Director of Refugee Movement; M. Khiary, Chief of Civilian Operations; F.J. Tickner, Chief Civilian Affairs Officer; Ralph Bunch, Under-Secretary; C. Blom, Chief Civilian Affairs Officer; and M.E. Larcher, Chief of Public Works Program. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

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