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United Nations Relief Operations Dacca (UNROD) - Cables

UN. Office for Special Political Affairs (1971-1974: Guyer)

Series consists of incoming and outgoing code, clear, only, and unnumbered cables related to relief operations in Dacca. Subjects include shipping, financing, and grain supplies. Correspondents include Secretaries-General U Thant and Kurt Waldheim, Under-Secretaries-General Roberto Guyer and Brian Urquhart, UNROD officials Victor Umbricht, Sir Robert Jackson, Francis Lacoste, and Toni Hagen.

Accession numbers: A/754; 77/207

Actual series size: 1.5 feet

United Nations Relief Operations Bangladesh (UNROB) - Cables

UN. Office for Special Political Affairs (1971-1974: Guyer)

Series consists of incoming and outgoing code and clear cables dealing with relief operations in Bangladesh under UN Relief Operations Bangladesh (UNROB), successor to UN Relief Operations - Dacca (UNROD). Subjects include shipping, financing, administration, and grain supplies. Correspondents include Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim, Under-Secretaries-General Roberto Guyer and Brian Urquhart, and UNROB Officials Sir Robert Jackson and Francis Lacoste.

Accession numbers: A/754; 77/207.

United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus - UNFICYP - subject files

UN. Deputy Chef de Cabinet - 1962-1964 : Rolz-Bennett
Series consists of clear cables, numbered code cables, letters, memoranda, notes, and various reports relating to UNFICYP and CYPRUS. UNFICYP subject files - numbered, relates to the organization, personnel, and finances of UNFICYP, as well as appeals for assistance by the Secretary-General to the Cyprus government and updates on the military situation in Cyprus. Included are photographs - various black and white photoprints taken in Cyprus, photographers unknown. Unnumbered subject files relate to operational matters such as UNFICYP Civilian Police activities, reports of alleged military incidents and political updates involving Cyprus and Turkey Correspondents include Under-Secretaries-General Ralph Bunche, Roberto Guyer, and Jose Rolz-Bennett, Secretary-General U Thant, UNFICYP top echelon such as F. Bibiano Osorio-Tafall - the Secretary-General's Special Representative, Eria Ward - Res. Rep. of the Technical Assistance Board and Director of the Special Fund Programmes in Turkey, UNFICYP's Commander General K.S. Thimaya, representatives of Britain, Cyprus, Greece, Turkey and military contingents.
Restrictions on Access: Numbered code cables are classified. Contains strictly confidential correspondence. Some personal information - staff evaluations.
Processing Status: Archival processing complete
Former Series/Location number: DAG-1/2.4.1, boxes 38 - last 4 files, 39-49, 51 - last 2 files, 52-54.

United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) Headquarters, Nicosia, Operations Branch - Weekly Information Reports

UNFICYP Headquarters, Nicosia, Operations Branch: Weekly Information Reports

Series consists of weekly reports. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: Greek, Turkish, and Cypriat relations; National Guard Training; bomb smuggling; defections; attitude towards UN; explosions in Alaminos; shooting incidents; detention of UN personnel by Cyprus police; celebrations and parades; rebuilding of sand bag barriers; disputes regarding boundry of demilitarized zone; construction projects and fortifications. Reports prepared by Lieut. Colonel G. Streijffert, for the Commander of UN Forces in Cyprus.
DAG-13 / 3.12

United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) Headquarters, Nicosia, Operations Branch - United Nations Civilian Police

UNFICYP Headquarters, Nicosia, Operations Branch: UN Civilian Police

Series consists of summary reports, and statements. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: protest statements submitted by civilians regarding illegal searches and seizures by Police; property destruction during searches; land reclaimation; convoy incidents; firing on UN patrols; stolen goats; check point status; complaints regarding water supply; theft; destruction of houses by fire; and detention of civilians. These reports do not include the name of the originator. Reports were sent to the UNFICYP Headquarters Police Liason Officer.
DAG-13 / 3.12

United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) Headquarters, Nicosia, Operations Branch - Summary of Incidents

UNFICYP Headquarters, Nicosia, Operations Branch: Summary of Incidents

Series consists of summary reports. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: civilian injuries; shelling; troop movements; road blocks; air and sea movement; gun placements; fortifications; and construction projects. These reports do not include the name of the originator or receipiant - DAG-13 / 3.12

United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) Headquarters, Nicosia, Operations Branch - Special Reports

UNFICYP Headquarters, Nicosia, Operations Branch: Special Reports

Series consists of special reports. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: reports from police advisors regarding prevention of field and crop work; civilian property damage; illegal grazing and cultivation; and theft. Reports primarily focus on Famagusta, Limassol, and Paphos districts. Correspondents include G. Davidson, Superintendent.
DAG-13 / 3.12

United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) Headquarters, Nicosia, Operations Branch - SITREPS

UNFICYP Headquarters, Nicosia, Operations Branch: SITREPS

Series consists of situation reports. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: reports by region including Nicosia, Famagusta, Kyrenia, Lefka, Limassol, and Paphos; internal reports; reports to New York Headquarters; troop movement; incidents of violence; contested land and water use; firing incidents; legal matters; construction projects; illegal deforestation; and truck movements. Correspondents include Lieut. Colonel Carlson, and Lieut. J.P. Thompson. Former series loc. information that did not fit in the box below include additional boxes 74-79.
DAG-13 / 3.12

United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) Headquarters, Nicosia, Operations Branch - Political Liaison Committee Meetings

UNFICYP Headquarters, Nicosia, Operations Branch: Political Liaison Committee Meetings

Series consists of minutes of meetings. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: overview of various incidents involving Greek Cypriat and Turkish Cypriat relations on civilian and military levels; role of Political Liaison Committee; military fortifications; shooting incidents; military training; construction projects; freedom of movement; movement of goods; agriculture; and water supplies. Correspondents include Col. W.W. Turner, Deputy Chief of Staff; B.F. Osomo-Tafall, Special Representative of the Secretary-General; Major R.P. Bourne, Chief Economic Officer; Mr. R. Gorge, Legal Advisor; Mr. E.S. Canney, Police Advisor; Mr. E.G. Peters, Secretary of the Committee.
DAG-13 / 3.12

United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) Headquarters, Nicosia, Operations Branch - Operations Instructions

UNFICYP Headquarters, Nicosia, Operations Branch: Operations Instructions

Series consists of operation instructions. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: military procedures for training, arms, uniforms, and administrative tasks; patrols for key points in Nicosia; standard operating procedures for mobile reserve elements; commands and signals; and reserve concentration areas. Most operation folders have a code name on the file for example Operation Clipper, Operation Keel, and Operation Saturn. Correspondents include Major I.S. Haslund-Christensen, for the Chief of Staff; Captain G.H. Legault; Major P.E. Ritzen, Operations Officer for District Commander; Major E.B. MacLatchy, Chief of Staff; and Lieut. Colonel P.D. Hogan.
DAG-13 / 3.12

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