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United Nations Department of Political Affairs (1992-present)
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United Nations Department of Political Affairs (1992-present)

  • AG-021
  • Fonds
  • 1914 - 2009

Fonds consists of the following Sub-fonds:
AG-021-010 Office for Special Political Questions, Regional Co-operation, Decolonization and Trusteeship (1991)
AG-021-009 Department for Special Political Questions, Regional Co-operation, Decolonization and Trusteeship (1987-1990)
AG-021-008 Office for Special Political Questions (1979-1986)
AG-021-007 Department of Political and General Assembly Affairs [and Secretariat Services] (1972-1992)
AG-021-006 Office of Political Affairs, Trusteeship, and Decolonization (1972-1986)
AG-021-005 Department of Trusteeship and Non-Self-Governing Territories (1965-1971)
AG-021-004 Department of Political and Security Council Affairs (1952-1991)
AG-021-003 Department of Trusteeship and Information from Non-Self-Governing Territories (1946-1954)
AG-021-002 Department of Security Council Affairs (1946-1951)

Department of Political Affairs

Department of Security Council Affairs (1946-1951)

Sub-fonds consists of the following Series:
S-0937 Working Papers and Documents - Disarmament Affairs Group
S-0936 Atomic Energy Section
S-0681 Subject Files - Good Offices Committee and United Nations Commission for Indonesia
S-0562 United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine (UNCCP)
S-0503 Subject Files - Department of Political and Security Council Affairs
S-0502 Subject Files - Armaments Control and Enforcement Measures Section
S-0501 Subject Files - Political Affairs Division (DPSCA)
S-0500 Assistant Secretary-General - Correspondence and Italy/Germany Commission
S-0020 Spanish Situation Submissions to Security Council Sub-Committee

Spanish Situation Submissions to Security Council Sub-Committee

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.

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