Series consists of records of the Section, as well as records and documents collected relating to the Atomic Energy Commission. Included are: chronological files (Jan. 1948 to July 1949), correspondence, subject files, "Monthly Survey of Events" (1952-1960), Atomic Energy Commission official documents (1946-1951, extensive set of documents and official records), and petitions (1960-1962). Arranged in the order cited here.
Originating office: Department for Disarmament Affairs (DDA) - Co-ordination and World Disarmament Campaign Section
Petitions from a non-governmental organization, Llamamiento de los Cien Para Seguir Viviendo.
Originating Office: DPSCA - Centre for Disarmament
Correspondence and postcards from non-governmental organizations and private citizens.
Good Offices Committee and United Nations Commission for Indonesia
Series consists of correspondence, incoming and outgoing cables, telegrams, telegram excerpts, handwritten documents, memoranda, draft reports, preliminary reports, action reports, formal and informal reports, interim reports, progress reports, final reports, weekly committee reports, incident reports, investigative reports, reports of conversations, annexes to reports, compilations of reports, appendices, working papers and draft working papers, minutes of meetings, records of meetings, summary records, statements, replies to statements, draft rules, rules of procedure, resolutions, agreements, proclamations, declarations, regulations, laws and draft laws, plebiscites, manifestos, motions, orders, petitions, agendas, provisional agendas, interview guides, witness testimonies, communiques, speeches, newsclippings, news bulletins, press releases, press digests, press reviews, transcripts of radio broadcasts, lists, logs, chronologies, glossaries, aides-memoires, corrigenda, rectifications, resumes, biographical notes, booklets, journal articles, maps, routing slips, and song lyrics. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: UNCI organization and administration; Netherlands and Indonesian delegations; UNCI Central Joint Board and its local joint committees and sub-committees; UNCI Contact Committee; UNCI Military Executive Board; UNCI Round Table Conference; The Hague Agreement; Renville Agreement; Benkulan Agreement; Dr. van Roijen's statement of May 7; Roem Memoranda to SECCO; political developments in Madura and West Java; incidents in Bekasi, Makasser, Malang, and Wonosari; Westerling Incident at Bandung; South Moluccas Affair; Dutch military truce violations; Dutch military withdrawal, evacuation, and demobilization; evacuation of Dutch-controlled territory; situation of Chinese residents; detainees on Island of Bangka; expelled families; safety of military observers and other UN personnel; transfer of sovereignty; rights of self-determination; current economic resources; economic policies for post-war Indonesia; dispatch of H.M.S. Kortenauer; International Red Cross; functions and activities of journalists and press officers; political organizations; non-governmental organizations; strikes; casualties; cessation of hostilities; political prisoners; and significant territorial interests.
Correspondents include Trygve Lie, U.N. Secretary-General; J.A. Romanos, Principal-Secretary, UNCI; Hooker A. Doolittle, Chairman, SECCO-UNCI; H.L. s'Jacob, Chairman, UNCI, Batavia; J.R.L. van den Bloock, Chairman, UNCI, Central Joint Board; Dr. Mohd Roem, Chairman, Republican Delegation for the Committee of Good Offices; Tsiang Chia Tung, Chinese Consulate General/Chairman, Consular Commission; Sukarno, President of Republic of Indonesia/Supreme Commander of Armed Forces; Dr. A. K. Gani, Vice Premier of Republic of Indonesia; Major-General D.C. Buurman van Vreeden, Representative of Netherlands Delegation Security Committee; Dr. J. Leimeno, Representative of Delegation of Republic of Indonesia Security Committee; Major-General D.R.A. van Langen, Royal Netherlands Indonesian Army; T.G. Narayanan, Secretary, SECCO Committee of Good Offices; Frank P. Graham, Chairman, SECCO Committee of Good Offices; T. Elink Schuurman, Acting Chairman, Netherlands Delegation Committee Representing the Netherlands Government with the Committee of Good Offices; Abdul Kakir Widjojoatmodjo, Chairman, Netherlands Delegation Committee Representing the Netherlands Government with the Committee of Good Offices; H. van Vredenburch, Vice-Chairman, Netherlands Delegation; Major T.J. Deckers (Belgian), MILEX Board; Colonel Willard B. Carlock (U.S.), MILEX Board; Brigadier C.E. Prior (Australia), Chairman, MILEX Board; Alistair M. Taylor, Press Officer, UNCI; Mr. Aeschlimann, Representative, International Red Cross for South East Asia; Political Bureau Central Committee of Indonesian Communist Party; Federation of Chinese Associations (Chung Hua Tsung Hui); and Working Committee of the Youth Board of Republic of Indonesia.
*S-0004 Records relating to United Nations Commission for Indonesia in AG-011 Executive Office of the Secretary-General EOSG
Series was created for ARMS relocation from Park Avenue to FF/LIC. It contains sub-series: (1.0) Office of the Directors including Victor Hoo; Ralph Bunche, Victor Kwong. (2.0) Division of Trusteeship; (3.0) Division of Information and (4.) Caribbean and Asia/Pacific Division.
Due to EAD project, the series S-0504 has been split into different series (S-1554 to S-1567) (RD 18/08/09).
Series consists of covering letters, correspondence and accounts of meetings (photostats) which are German Foreign Ministry records (evidently International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg exhibits), statements (photostats) of USSR prisoners of war who had been German officers in Spain, English language summaries of German Foreign Office documents on microfilm at the United States' Department of State, and a wide variety of additional material, all relating to providing data, as requested, to the Security Council's subcommittee on Spain established in 1946. The primary German Foreign Office correspondents are Franco and Mussolini. Submissions are by Security Council member countries (France, Britain, the United States, and the USSR), and by anti-fascism Spanish bodies (the Basque government, the exiled Spanish Republic, representatives of labour contingents, etc). Unarranged.