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United Nations Office for Special Political Affairs (1955-1991) Série organique
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Mount Scopus general records

UN. Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General (1946-1961 : Cordier)

Series consists of letters, memeranda and numbered code cables and reports relating to military and political matters, including proposals on implementing the Mount Scopus agreement, the Urrutia mission, Syrian complaints of Israeli infiltration, access to the British war cermetery, incidents, casualties and Colonel George Flint's visits to Mount Scopus. Primary correspondents are Ralph Bunche, Colonel Flint, Colonel Byron Leary, Constantin Stavropoulos, Henri Vigier, Major-General Carl von Horn and Francisco Urrutia

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African Missions and Commissions - Subject Files

Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs (1958-1972: Bunche)

Series consists of letters, clear and code cables, maps of Rwanda-Burundi, photographs, newspaper clippings, memoranda, press releases and reports relating to UN missions and commissions in Africa. The bulk of records (1.5 linear feet) pertain to the UN trust territory of Rwanda-Burundi, and include background information, administrative issues, internal security and border problems. The rest of the documents relate to the assistance programs, border incidents and refugees in other areas of Africa, such as Cameroons, Togo, Somalia, Ethiopia, Mogadiscio, Libya, Angola, Rhodesia, Mozambique, Guinea, Ivory Coast and Congo. Correspondents include Executive Assistant to SG Andrew Cordier, Under-Secretary-General in charge of Congo Godfrey Amachree, Under-Secretary-General for Trusteeship and Information from Non-Self-Governing Territories Dragoslav Protitch and Secretary-General U Thant.

Accession numbers are 75/7 and 72/88

Conciliation Commission for the Congo (ONUC) - Subject Files

UN. Principal Secretary of the Conciliation Commission for the Congo (Dragoslav Protitch)

Series consists of correspondence, reports, and meeting summary records of the Conciliation Commission for the Congo.

The records detail the Conciliation Commission's main responsibilities which consisted of the study of the situation in the Congo and the promotion of conciliation between opposing political groups in the Republic. Minutes discuss the processes involved in strengthening the unity, territorial integrity, and political independence of the Congo within the consititutional and legal framework of the Republic. The Commission's members included representatives from Ethiopia, Liberia, Morrocco, Pakistan, Senegal, Sudan, and Tunisia and Jaja A. Wachuku of Nigeria as President.

Accession Number: A/481

Actual Size: .5 linear feet

United Nations Operations in the Congo (ONUC) - Subject Files

UN. Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General (1946-1961: Cordier) Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs (1958-1972: Bunche)

Series consists of correspondence, reports, photographs, incoming and outgoing clear and code cables, press releases, etc. The series includes legal and administrative files, files of individuals such as the correspondence of Officers-in-Charge Max Dorsinville and B. F. Osorio-Tafall, Ambassador of Tunisia Taieb Sahbani, and press conference transcripts of Congolese Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba, information on mercenaries, financial information, staff lists, records of the Office of Public Information, general reports regarding the critical situation in Stanleyville, and photographs of United Nations personnel and army and police officials engaged in military exercises or with tribesmen and President Kasavubu.

Accession Numbers: 75/7, 72/88

United Nations Observation Group in Lebanon (UNOGIL)

UN. Under-Secretary General for Special Political Affairs (1958-1972 : Bunche)

Series consists of letters, memoranda, numbered code and clear cables (carbon copies), reports, minutes, circulars, notes and selected United Nations published documents relating to military, political and administrative matters, including air reconnaissance and land patrols, incidents, the interrogation of Syrian prisoners by United Nations military observers, daily meetings on operations and assessments of local political situation, Lebanon's complaints against the United Arab Republic, the evacuation of British troops, Syria's presence in Lebanon's territory, Lebanon's presidential election, local press comments on the United Nations activities, briefings on Security Council actions, the Secretary-General's reports to the Security Council, consultations with participating states on deployment and logistics, budget and finance, personnel and miscellaneous general services. Primary correspondents include David Blickenstaff, Andrew Cordier, Dag Hammarskjold, Galo Plaza Lasso, Major-General Odd Bull and Major-General Carl von Horn.

Secretariat

UN. Under-Secretary General for Special Political Affairs (1958-1972: Bunche; 1971-1979: Guyer)

Series consists of incoming and outgoing clear and code cables, articles, newsclippings, photographs, correspondence, and press releases regarding the Secretariat. Included are records relating to its organization and staff, Secretary-General's annual reports, information on the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), records regarding the memorial service of Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold, and newspaper clippings on the death of Secretary-General U Thant. Also included are records pertaining to the trips or diplomatic visits taken by the Secretary-General to places such as Geneva, Costa Rica, Switzerland, and Addis Ababa; press releases and cables on the ceremonies in San Francisco marking the 25th Anniversary of the signing of the United Nations Charter; and the First International Conference on Human Rights in Teheran, April 1968. Correspondents include Secretary-General U Thant, Chef de Cabinet C. V. Narasimhan, Under-Secretary-in-Charge of Congo Civilian Affairs Ralph Bunche, Resident Representative, Director of Special Fund Programmes Gustavo Duran and President Richard Nixon. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP), the United Nations India-Pakistan Observation Mission (UNIPOM), and the United Nations Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP)

UN Assistant Military Adviser (1964-1968: Koho)
Series consists of letters (originals and copies), clear cables, a few military flight schedules, air clearance lists, and photocopies of photographs [regarding military aspects] of UNMOGIP, UNIPOM and UNFICYP. Correspondents include: the Assistant Military Adviser Major L. Koho; Under-Secretary-General Ralph Bunche; Secretary-General U Thant; and representatives of Permanent Missions. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

First United Nations Emergency Force (UNEF I)

UN. Office for Special Political Affairs (1956-1972: Bunche)

Series consists primarily of United Nations documents relating to General Assembly and Security Council meetings, Department of Public Information (DPI) press releases and the Secretary-General's press statements. A small segment comprise letters and memoranda relating to routine administrative matters, including personnel, budget and finance. Primary correspondents include Bruce Turner, David Vaughan and the UNEF I force commanders.

UN. Office for Special Political Affairs (1956-1972: Bunche)

Series consists primarily of United Nations documents relating to General Assembly and Security Council meetings, Department of Public Information (DPI) press releases and the Secretary-General's press statements. A small segment comprise letters and memoranda relating to routine administrative matters, including personnel, budget and finance. Primary correspondents include Bruce Turner, David Vaughan and the UNEF I force commanders.

United Nations Operations in the Congo (ONUC) - Cables and Telexes

UN. Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General (1946-1961: Cordier) Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs (1958-1972: Bunche)

Series consists of incoming and outgoing code, clear, unnumbered, top secret, and only cables, and telex conversations primarily between high ranking United Nations personnel in New York and Leopoldville relating to the military and civilian operations in the Congo. Cables were also sent to or received from other cities, such as Elisabethville, Jerusalem, Geneva, Gaza, Beirut, Mogadiscio and Brussels. Code cables detail various matters relating to United Nations intervention, creation of the Congolese government, training of the Congolese army and the existence or need of mercenary troops, unrest between the Lumumba Youth Party and the United Nations and Belgians, the refugee situation, evacuation of Belgian military personnel, and food distribution. Clear cables include information on the international Famine Relief Fund and personnel issues such as salary and appointments in the relief and public works administrations. Telex conversations focus on various aspects of the military and civilian operations in the Congo including hostile actions towards ONUC personnel, military reinforcements, and food deliveries. Housed separately are five feet of duplicate code cables, unnumbered, top secret, only, and clear cables regarding a wide range of subjects including military events, administrative issues, political developments, and hostages.
Correspondents include Under-Secretary for Special Political Affairs Ralph Bunche, Officer-in-Charge Andrew Cordier, and Special Advisor for Civilian Affairs in the Congo Sir Alexander Macfarquhar.

Accession numbers: 63/163, 74/74, 72/88, 75/7, 77/207

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