- 1919 - 1954 (Creation)
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Scope and content
The United Nations Military Observers in Greece's (UNMOG) task was to investigate incidents along the Greek borders and to make periodic reports.
Series consists of correspondence, reports, draft documents, and maps.
Subjects include but are not limited to the following: changes in personnel; violations in Greek air space; illegal mowing of wheat; firings by Bulgarians at Greeks; incidents near borders; Balkin Sub-Commission - Peace Observation Commission; draft plan of operation for an Athens office; annual efficiency report; and per diem and cost of living information.
Correspondents include Brigadier H.W.D. McDonald, Principal Observer; P. Skeferis, Representative - Hellenic Liason; D. Protitch, Principal Director, Department of Security Council Affairs; Lieut.-General Antoniou Ev, Military Advisor; Major Andreas Kazos, Greek Liason Services; James Douglas, UN Secretariat, Political Affairs Officer; Alvro De Silva, Administration and Finance Officer; Carey Seward, Acting Director, Field Operating Services; C.A. Stavropoulos, Principal Director-in-Charge of Legal Department; Lieut.-Colonel Orval J. Abel, Acting Principal Observer, UN Military Observers in Greece; and Colonel J.G.E. Reid, Principal Observer.