Series consists of correspondence, circulars, newpapers, periodicals, bulletins, administrative instructions, memoranda, handwritten notes, maps, government publications, contracts, meeting minutes, logistics circulars, cables, code cables, lists, reports, aide-memoires, vouchers, and receipts. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: food and ration programs; vehicle scales; ancillary services; stationary; personal cables; PX services; ONUC accomodations; travel by ONUC aircraft; auto accidents; statements to the press; staff appointments; traffic regulations; curfew; ID cards; leases; gas situation; personnel; and repostings of personnel. Correspondents include S. Habib Ahmed, Chief Administrative Officer; N.N. Madan, Chief Logistics Officer; Ben T. Twigt, Chief Administrative Officer; Carey Seward, Chief Administrative Officer; Rajeshwar Dayal, Special Representative to the Secretary-General; John Olver, Chief Administrative Officer; B. Osario-Tafall, Acting Officer-in-Charge; Max Dorsinville, Officer-in-Charge; Naomi Osborne, Chief of Civilian Personnel; C. Taff, Special Legal Advisor; C. Brakenbury, Chief, Field Administrative Unit; and John McDiarmid, Executive Assistant to the Special Representative. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, reports, code cables, incoming and outgoing cables, situation reports, illustrations, maps, minutes of meetings, photographs, press releases, information circulars, and administrative circulars. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: ANC; movement of troops; Congolese Army; violence between UN personnel and Congolese; fighting between ANC and UN troops; theft and recovery of UN vehicles; labor strikes; debate in UN over Kruschev and Hammarskjold; Coud d'Etat in Congo; violence against Europeans in Congo; military operations; military build up; withdrawal of troops from provinces; provisions of foodstuffs and equipment; sacking, looting, and rapes committed by ANC troops; murder of Europeans; bread poisening in Goma; road blocks; destruction of bridges; cease-fire in Katanga; refugee camps; unlawful importation of arms, ammunition, and military equipment; operation 'Rum Punch'; explosion in Kindu; curfews; customs issues at ports; ex-gendarmes; and entrances into Ruandan territory. Correspondents include Lg. Normandin, Liason Officer to ANC; Wf. Wiltshire, Chief Air Transport Officer; General M. Eoin, Force Commander, Leopoldville; General Mobutu, Commander in Chief, ANC; Major Ce. Davidsson; A.C. Gilpin, Special Assitant to the Officer-in-Charge; O. Jackman, OPI; Ambassador R. Dayal, Special Representative of the Secretary-General; J.G. Poulin, Chief of Military Operations; Ben Twigt, Chief Logistics Officer; N. Boskovic, Senior Consultant; K. Gordon, Chief OPI; and Major General A. F. Klintberg, Deputy Force Commander. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Series consists of correspondence, cables, itineraries, programs, audits, reports, administrative circulars, personnel rosters, periodic reports, information circulars, situation reports, aide memoires, newspapers clippings, diagrams, id cards, and pamphlets. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: relocation plans; military actions between ANC, UN Troops, and Katanga Gendarmes; evacuations; reintegration of Katanga; implemetation of curfew; mercenary payrolls; investigation of violent incidents; train derailment; closing of Jadotville base; Red Cross operations; refugee property; personnel; staff changes; security; families of staff members in the Congo; deaths; montly health reports; looting; death of Madame Dister; sabotage; and cease fire. Correspondents include Mr. Tshombe, President of Katanga; R.K. Gardiner, Officer-in-Charge; U. Thant, Secretary-General; G. Gregeriou, Finance Officer; M. Gauvreau, Senior Administrative Officer; and C. Taff, Special Legal Advisor. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Series consists of correspondence, administrative reports, administrative circulars, cables, memorandas, vouchers, invoices, handwritten notes, reports, bulletins, passenger manifests, freight manifests, and inventories. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: transportation; rationing; personnel; surplus vehicles; entertainment; theft and burglary; housing - rentals, private, furnished, unfurnished; petrol situation; local law enforcement; cotton industry; sugar airlift; flour shortages; air patrols; small pox; automobile accidents; leave; refugees; and flooding of Lake Tanganyika. Correspondents include Carey Seward, Chief Administrative Officer; Charles Brackenbury, Chief, Field Administrative Unit; Willy De Bruyn, Chief Court Justice; L. Weisenberg, Chief PX Officer; R.E. Grinaall, Chief Accomodations Officer; G. Oberweiss, Senior Purchase and Supply Officer; P.C. Tersenzio, UNESCO Mission Chief, Congo; and A. Bronsema, Chief Finance Officer. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Series consists of incoming and outgoing cables, and code cables, correspondence, memoranda, maps, outlines, reports, bulletins, newspaper clippings, statutes, curriculum vitae, passenger manifest, freight manifest, business cards, catalogs and contracts. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: Goma - Kisemy Convention; political matters; observations of situations; movement of ONUC personnel; personnel matters; National Parks authorities held prisoner by ANC; requests for rabies vaccinations; agricultural development; customs arrangement; trade regulations with Uganda; monetary council shipment of gold; mining issues; evacuation of ONUC staff; incidents, abductions and murders; rumors of coupd'etat against Bashi; security conditions; runway repair and contracting; problems connected with independence of Ruanda; telecommunications; ICAO mission; UNICEF; ill treatment of Red Cross personnel; police/student clash at Athenee; party politics in the Congo; budgetary policy and procedures, and conduct of ONUC personnel. Correspondents include C.A. Gaviola; Dr. Sture Linner; F.N. Fitzgerald; Klaas W. Cuperus; S. Habib Ahmed; F.W. Tooby; John Wood; Roger Polgar; Robin Miller; M. Khiary and Naomi Osbourne. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Series consists of correspondence, cables, maps, reports, budgets, memoranda, charts, handwritten documents, curriculum vitea, and bulletins. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: personnel; travel of UN personnel; missing medicine for Ruandan refugees; theft; food supplies; tea plantations; refugees; and hospital supplies. Correspondents include C.A. Gaviola, Chief of the Civil Mission; S. Habib Ahmed, Chief Administrative Officer; M. Khiary, Officer-in-Charge; A. Gilpin, Deputy Chief of Civilian Operations; J. Azzam, Chief, Administrative Services; F. Sanz Sancho, Chief Engineer of Public Works; A.N. Nachaat, Chief, Administrative Services; and A.E. Larcher, Chief of Public Works Section. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Series consists of correspondence, cables, memoranda, movement orders, travel authorizations, reports, maps, referrals, airline tickets, administrative reports, Security Council resolution minutes, press releases, and press conference materials. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: travel of government officials; assault by gendarmes; Public Works Flood Relief; refugees; reconstruction/construction of infrastructure; agriculture; petrol supplies; renewal of visas; teachers; training of judges; transfer of vehicles; travel of family dependents; vaccinations; dental clinic; Red Cross programs in the Congo; distribution of milk; Austrian medical team; dental exams; dental bills; DDT stock for pest control; malaria; stolen equipment; police training; accomodations; air missions; political detainees; and language proficiency exams. Correspondents include S. Habib Ahmed, Chief Administrative Officer; J. M. Marek, Administrative Officer; A.F. Akangay, Provincal Minister of Economic Affairs; S. Brzak, ONUC Civilian Affairs; J. Kelly, Assistant to Special Representative; S. Linner, Chief of Civilian Operations; A. Bronsema, Chief Finance Officer; M. Ledkie, Chief Finance Officer; H. Kaufmann, Chief of Mission, ONUC; J. Hobisch, Administrative Assistant; and C. Terenzio, Chief, UNESCO. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Series consists of cables which were originally with the Executive Office of the Secretary-General, but were created by Sture Linner in his initial capacity as Chief of the United Nations Civilian Operations, then as of 25 May 1961, as Officer-in-Charge ONUC. Arranged chronologically.
Series consists of appendices, cables, code cables, press statements, situation reports, diagrams, handwritten notes, maps, mission orders, squadron orders, graphs, duty rosters, nominal rolls, indexes, minutes of conferences, reports, routine orders, base orders, and drafts. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: prevention of civil war; photo reconnaissance; training pilots; objectives of ONUC; offensive air support; SARAH equipment for search and rescue missions; repatriation of ACT; reconnaissance by jet fighters; food supply; standard operating procedure for search and rescue missions; flight schedules; flying restrictions/safety; logistics and logistic requirements; and reports on missions, troop positions, UN operations, photo interpretation, daily debriefing, and radar. Correspondents include Dr. Ralph Bunche, Under Secretary for Special Political Affairs; General Kebbede Guebre, Force Commander; General Chr. R. Kaldager, Force Commander; and Major General G.L. Yacob, Deputy Force Commander. Date of establishment occurred on 14/07/1960 by Security Resolution 143 (1960). The date of dissolution was 30/06/1964.
DAG 13 / 188.8.131.52.3.0
Series consists of appendices, cables, handwritten notes, information circulars, memoranda, monthly reports, receipts, rosters, letters, maps, movement orders, reports, routine orders, telephone list, job description forms, nominal rolls, invoices, radio messages, mission order forms, job description forms, applications for employment, and death certificates. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: complaints; letters of commendation; accident reports; use of offensive weapons; promotions; reduction of personnel; security and defense; salaries; payment of service allowance; nominal lists of recipients of UN medal for service in Congo; personnel movements; discipline of Congolese workers; theft reports; locally recruited staff; court inquiries; staff appointments; casualty reports; periodic reports of staff performance; repatriation of military personnel; emergency plans; and change of command. Correspondents include Colonel L. Nimis, Base Commander, UN Air Transport Base; Major R. Johnson, Base Administrative Officer, UN Air Transport Base, N'Djili; and Lieutenant Colonel A. Pappalardo, Base Commander, UN Air Transport Base. Date of establishment occurred on 14/07/1960 by Security Resolution 143 (1960). The date of dissolution was 30/06/1964.
DAG 13 / 184.108.40.206.6.2.1