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Branch Offices of the ONUC
AG-008-003 · Sub-fonds · 1954 - 1971
Part of United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (1960-1964)

Series in this sub-fonds are arranged by the various branch offices which generated them. They are as follows:

UN OPERATION IN THE CONGO. ALBERTVILLE BRANCH OFFICE
Cables, chronological file, non-Registry files, Registry files 1960-1965 S-0750, S-0754, S-0759, S-0761

UN OPERATION IN THE CONGO. BUKAVU BRANCH OFFICE
Cables, chronological file, non-Registry files, Registry files 1960-1966 S-0763, S-0764, S-0760, S-0762

UN OPERATION IN THE CONGO. COQUILHATVILLE BRANCH OFFICE
Records 1961-1966 S-0850
Registry files 1960-1964 S-0765

UN OPERATION IN THE CONGO. ELIZABETHVILLE BRANCH OFFICE
Cables, non-Registry files (2 series), Registry files 1954-1966 S-0772, S-0793, S-0767, S-0766

UN OPERATION IN THE CONGO. GOMA BRANCH OFFICE
Cables, chronological file, non-Registry files 1961-1963 S-0769, S-0770, S-0768

UN OPERATION IN THE CONGO. KAMINA BRANCH OFFICE
Cables, chronological file, non-Registry files, Registry files 1958-1965 S-0775, S-0774, S-0773, S-0771

UN OPERATION IN THE CONGO. KINDU BRANCH OFFICE
Cables, non-Registry files 1954-1971 S-0777, S-0776

UN OPERATION IN THE CONGO. KITONA BRANCH OFFICE
Cables, chronological file, non-Registry files 1960-1971 S-0779, S-0780, S-0778

UN OPERATION IN THE CONGO. LULUABOURG BRANCH OFFICE
Cables, chronological file, non-Registry files 1960-1965 S-0782, S-0783, S-0781

UN OPERATION IN THE CONGO. STANLEYVILLE BRANCH OFFICE
Cables, non-registry files 1960-1964 S-0785, S-0784

S-0793 · Series · 1954 - 1966
Part of United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (1960-1964)

Series consists of several loosely defined sub-series: correspondence, Joint Enquiry Commission on Mercenaries official UN documents, Mercenaries and Political Advisors case files, subject files of various officials (Special Assistant to Chief UN Representative, Civilian Affairs Officer, etc.), and others. Records include correspondence, incoming and outgoing cables, code cables, memoranda, telegrams, reports, minutes of meetings, interview transcriptions, photographs, maps, diagrams, instructions, estimates, personal items, budgets, press clippings, press releases, and lists. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: US food aid; evacuation plan for Katanga; protests against alleged violations by UN of cease fire agreement; arrivals and departures in Katanga; food shortages; National Reconciliation Plan; UN posistion in the event of ANC entry into Katanga; military and civilian relations; reopening of trade between Katanga, Kasai, and Kivu; military operations; cease fire agreement; reactivation of CFL Railway; damage to railway installation; looting of Tunisian Camp; misuse of water supplies by ONUC personnel; Belgian mercenaries travelling disguised as priests; mercenary case files; refugees; British Nationals as mercenaries; instructions for the mixed commission of UN, ANC and Civilian Police representatives; civil aviation issues and practices; Public Works Projects; accounts of torture at the hands of the Katanges; education; finance; production and income in the Congo; promotions of ONUC personnel; measures to secure public order; and theft of ONUC vehicles. Correspondents include Sture Linner; Roger Polgar; M. Rolz-Bennett; E.W. Mathu; Robert Gardiner; George Ivan Smith; M. Khiary; S. Ahmed-Habib; Ben T. Twight; J.H. Amonoo; G. Ghaleb; and Michael Tomblain. Arranged in sub-series sequence.

S-0777 · Series · 1954 - 1963
Part of United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (1960-1964)

Series consists of incoming and outgoing cables, handwritten cables, and telegrams. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: food transportation; personnel; movement of UN personnel; ANC attack on Kongolo; refugee camps; accounting of PX supplies; procurement of gas and oil; transport of medical supplies; entertainment for patients in hospitals; visits of UN personnel; barge service on Lake Tanganyika; and evacuations of Ethiopians to Stanleyville. Correspondents include R. Gardiner, Chief of Mission, UN in Congo; S. Habib Ahmed; Mr. Gaviola; B. Twigt; Captain Correa, Deputy Air Operations Officer; and Lieut. Bengtsson, Deputy Air Operations Officer. Arranged in several chronological sequences.