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  • 수록자료명Records of the U.S. Department of State relating to internal affairs of Korea, 1950-1954, File 795
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1.World reaction to Korean matter, July 21, 1950=11,11,1

1)Acceptance of the UNSC's decision on Korea reported from London=11,11,2

2)Mexican official attitude on Korea contrasts with press and public reaction=13,13,14

3)Quebec city reaction to Korean situation=27,27,2

4)British citizen urging UK not get involved in Korea=29,29,2

5)The Korean developments and Greece=31,31,2

2.World reaction to Korean matter, July 22, 1950=33,33,1

1)Italian press reaction=33,33,1

2)Events in Korea featured by Turin press=34,34,2

3)Egypt's attitude on Korea and admission Communist China to UN=36,36,1

4)Thai Prime Minister's interview with UP correspondent : premier discusses war, A-bomb, Nehru's plan=37,37,2

5)Future US policy with respect to North Korea=39,39,1

6)The draft of the 38th parallel paper=40,40,10

7)An Increase of Soviet influence throughout the world=50,50,4

8)Aden bulletin published by British Information Office, entitled "The Korean War"=54,54,4

9)Acting Prime Minister Mates opinion reported from Belgrade : Nehru's proposal 'inept and inopportune'=58,58,1

10)Soviets view : adimssion China to UN as only path to peaceful settlement=59,59,1

11)Secretary General's second appeal requesting assistance to Denmark=60,60,1

12)British National Peace Council's opinion : Korean conflict should be localized=61,61,2

3.World reaction to Korean matter, July 24, 1950=63,63,1

1)Soviet Disturbed by press publicity given by American press correspondent=63,63,2

2)Pamphlet of UN' documents on Korea reported from Karachi=65,65,9

3)Rio press reaction to despatch Brazilian troops=74,74,1

4)Korean war news given less prominence by Swedish press=75,75,2

5)US Circular with respect to situation developments in Korea=77,77,5

6)White paper on Korea reported from Ciudad Trujillo=82,82,1

7)Press comment on Korean situation in Rima=83,83,7

8)Parisian press gives NK advances in various sectors, but optimistic=90,90,2

9)Reported from Hong Kong=92,92,2

10)Transmittal of leaflet on Korea reported from Baghdad=94,94,5

11)Statement by Minister for external affairs on "Lying Communist Propaganda on Korea" reported from Canberra=99,99,5

12)Editorial opinion regarding Korea in Durban=104,104,4

13)Cubans accuse Russia of reponsibility in Korean War reported from Habana=108,108,1

14)Report from La Paz on pamphlet=109,109,2

15)Report from Santiago=111,111,1

16)Growing seriousness of battle for Korea reported from London=112,112,4

17)Attitude of labor groups toward Korean situation reported from Buenos Aires=116,116,4

18)Requesting sharing information reported from Saigon=120,120,1

19)Approval by President Quirino Romulo proposes to offer UN one full infantry division=121,121,2

20)Netherlands reaction including press , to Korean War=123,123,13

21)Greek press reaction=136,136,2

22)Senator Bouchard's paper adopts the Communist line on the Korean situation reported from Montreal=138,138,7

23)Attitude of Dominican labor toward Korean situation=145,145,4

24)Message to General MacArthur=149,149,2

25)Philippine troops aid=151,151,1

26)Active assistance for Korea from South Africa=152,152,2

4.World reaction to Korean matter, July 25, 1950=154,154,1

1)Trend of German opinions on Korean developments=154,154,5

2)Pamphlet on the war in Korea reported from Oslo=159,159,2

3)Pessimistic press reaction from Stockholm=161,161,2

4)British press reaction : urgency of situation and Britain's responsibility in global affair=163,163,3

5)Reply from South Africa to request for additional effective assistance=166,166,2

6)Pamphlet treatment of UN' action regarding Korea reported from Bogota=168,168,1

7)Message from Acheson to Amembassy in New Delhi : Moscow seeking a way out of its present entanglement without loss of prestige=169,169,7

8)The Council of Free Cxechoslovakia expressing its attitude to the Soviet-sponsored aggression in Korea=176,176,3

9)Reply from Netherlands to request for additional effective assistance=179,179,2

10)Military situation by taking gloomy outlook in Rome=181,181,1

11)Reply from Thailand to request for additional effective assistance=182,182,3

12)Reply from Iran to request for additional effective assistance=185,185,2

13)Additional Communist front protests against US action reported from Hague=187,187,3

14)Sending Brazilian troops featured by Rio press=190,190,1

15)Report from Unified Command giving a clear account of the initial stages of the unprovoked aggression by NK=191,191,2

16)Criticism of US by the president of all India newspaper editors conference=193,193,4

5.World reaction to Korean matter, July 25-26, 1950=197,197,1

1)Oslo press reports : anxious about Korean situation=197,197,1

2)Nehru's fresh peace bid featured by Delhi press=198,198,2

3)Rumor : Mexico considering offering infantry division for Korean War=200,200,1

4)The US white paper on Korea reported from Oslo=201,201,1

5)Translation and distribution of pamphlet "US policy in the Korean crisis"=202,202,1

6)Denunciation of American action in Korea reported from Cairo=203,203,3

7)Urging Turkish government contribute combat team of ground troops to UN army Korea=206,206,2

8)Local press comment on Korean situation reported from San Jose=208,208,5

9)Message to Assistant Secretary of State, George McGhee=213,213,9

10)Message to Acheson from Forrest Sherman=222,222,1

11)Requesting the Korean White Paper from Senator Frank Machles=223,223,3

12)Kelly-Gromyko discussions reported from American Embassy in London=226,226,4

13)US Circular : World's aid=230,230,3

14)Indian Prime Minister Nehru's correspondeence with the Secretary of State and Marshall Stalin=233,233,3

15)Concerning US assistance for Korea=236,236,4

16)Report from Manila=240,240,1

17)Draft note to the Brazilian Embassy=241,241,1

18)Meeting of Committee on contribution to Korea=242,242,2

19)Brazilian assistance to UN=242,242,8

20)Turkey assistance=250,250,3

6.World reaction to Korean matter, July 26, 1950=253,253,1

1)US policy regarding advance beyond the 38th Parallel=253,253,3

2)Brazilian press urging UN cross 38th parallel, achieve Korean unity=256,256,1

3)Suggestions concerning graphic presentation of Korean situation reported from Caracas=257,257,4

4)OAR(Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, and Peru) offers of assistance for Korea=261,261,7

5)Stockholm papers stressing danger of American bridgehead in Korea=268,268,1

6)Nehru's reported secret personal appeal to Acheson=269,269,1

7)Editorial comments on Korean situation and its effect to world in Bombay, Montreal, Warsaw=270,270,6

8)Chilean labor attitude toward Korean situation=276,276,4

9)The political consequences of a month of war in Korea featured by Cairo press=280,280,1

10)Attitude of Colombian labor guoups toward Korean situation=281,281,3

11)Press continues devote primary news and editorial space to Korean conflict reported from Helsinki=284,284,2

12)Japan's attitude toward participating assistance for Korea=286,286,1

13)US Circular : North Korean pushing=287,287,2

14)Reply of Turkey, Guatemala and Nicaragua government to request for assistance=289,289,4

15)Editorial on Arab foreign policy regarding Korean conflict=293,293,3

16)Press comment on Korean situation in San Jose=296,296,9

17)Canadian press reaction to Truman's message to Congress : a blunt and meaningful answer to Communist aggression=305,305,4

18)Mexican reaction to Korean situation=309,309,8

19)Cuban President Prio's first speech on the international situation since the outbreak of the Korean conflict=317,317,8

20)Attitude of east Pakistan newspapers toward UN' action in Korea=325,325,7

21)Criticism about Australian government regarding alleged inadequacy aid to Korea=332,332,1

22)Contingency of forced withdrawal of UN forces from South Korea=333,333,3

23)Message to Muccio=336,336,1

24)Haiti offer so little assistance=337,337,1

25)Statement on the Korean situation by the Committee for Peaceful Alternatives=338,338,4

26)Colombia's aid to UN in Korea=342,342,2

27)Mexican reaction to the Korean situation=344,344,5

28)Message from Senator Ferguson on UN resolutions=349,349,3

29)Afghanistan editorial comment on neutrality=352,352,2

30)Netherlands press reaction=354,354,1

31)Colombian press giving satisfactory news=355,355,1

32)Submission of Netherlands government's Aide-Memoire regarding utilization of Dutch radio facilities=356,356,2

33)Encouraging response from Italy, Greece, Canada, France, Norway and Denmark=358,358,1

34)Mexican reaction to the Korean situation=359,359,4

35)Press comment on Prime Minister Nehru's offer to mediate Korean dispute=363,363,3

36)The war in Korea=366,366,4

37)Courtesy call of the Polish Ambassador=370,370,1

38)Colombia's aid to UN in Korea=371,371,2

39)Korean and general Palestime situation=373,373,5

40)Refugee problem : message from Muccio to Acheson=378,378,2

7.World reaction to Korean matter, July 27, 1950=380,380,1

1)Precarious position of UN forces featured in Stockholm press=380,380,1

2)Press reaction in Athens=381,381,1

3)Third protest from a Communist organization against American action in Korea reported from Straseourg=382,382,4

4)Press comments on Korea featured in Salvador=386,386,2

5)General A.G.L. Mcnaughton speaks on Korean war reported from Ottawa=388,388,6

6)Preparation of the record on the Korean crisis=394,394,4

7)US Circular : US attitude toward Korean situation=398,398,2

8)Military assistance by members of the UN in support of the operation in Korea=400,400,1

9)Egyptian press comment on Korea=401,401,2

10)Report from Carachi=403,403,1

11)Oslo press reports optimistic=404,404,1

12)Press reaction in Bogota : Critical of lack of firm support of UN by majority of its members; of US policy toward China and South Korean regime=405,405,3

13)Reply of United Kingdom to request for assistance regarding aggression against Korea=408,408,2

14) Reply of Lebanon to request for assistance regarding aggression against Korea=410,410,2

15) Reply of Afghanistan, Cuba, Dominican republic and Paraguay to request for assistance regarding aggression against Korea=412,412,2

16) Reply of New Zealand and Australia to request for assistance regarding aggression against Korea=414,414,4

17)Local reaction on Korea reported from Martinique=418,418,2

18)Attitude of Peruvian labor toward the Korean situation=420,420,1

19)Editorial reaction to sending troops for Korea featured by Brazilian press=421,421,1

20)Editorial reaction from Dar es Salaam=422,422,2

21)Remarks on Korea by Azzam Pasha, Secretary General of the Arab League : predicting Communists conquer all of Korea=424,424,1

22)Press reaction in Rome=425,425,1

23)Capture of correspondent Michael Gigantes by North Korean forces=426,426,11

24)Puerto Rican professor's views on Korea and the UN=437,437,3

25)Suggestion for Korean crisis from Albert G. Watson, Midwest Secretary, the Fellowship of Reconciliation=440,440,5

26)Suggestion for Korean crisis=445,445,9

27)Press reaction in New Delhi=454,454,2

28)Prospect of protracted UN/US military campaign in Korea reported from Moscow=456,456,3

29)US policy regarding advance beyond the 38th Parallel=459,459,1

30)Korean situation and the question of Chinese representation in the UN discussed between Secretary and Prime Minister of India=460,460,1

31)Repercussions in western Germany of the Korean conflict=461,461,6

8.World reaction to Korean matter, July 28, 1950=467,467,1

1)Press statements unfriendly to Korea featured by pro-communist Mexican press=467,467,2

2)Remarks by Conservative Party leader : reported from Stockhlom=469,469,2

3)Legal issues of UN Korean action featured by pro-communist press in Oslo=471,471,1

4)Rumors of various propositions for peace in Korea featured in French press=472,472,3

5)Danish press on Danish responsibilities in crisis caused by Korea=475,475,3

6)Suggest strong play on American reaction to Turkish decision send troops Korea : reported from Ankara=478,478,2

7)Reply of government of Venezuela to request for assistance regarding aggression against Korea=480,480,2

8)Several editorials echo previously voiced demand for non involvement in military operation : Japanese press reaction=482,482,2

9)Fourth communist protest against US action in Korea reported from Strasbourg=484,484,3

10)Petition to the legation against the aggression of the US reported from Bern=487,487,1

11)Turkish government decision to send combat unit 4500 men to Korea featured by press=488,488,2

12)No thought sending troops Korea : Rio press reaction=490,490,3

13)Quebec city reaction to Korean situation=493,493,3

14)Uruguayan labor reaction to Korean situation=496,496,1

15)Split in all Burma Muslim League on subject of government support for SC resolution for Korea=497,497,2

16)UN aids Korea film yet unarrived but investigating possibility quick blanket coverage by arrangement theater chain : reported from Wellington=499,499,1

17)Editorial comment on the international situation : press reaction in Montreal=500,500,5

18)Progressive conservative member of Parliament demands reconvening of Parliament to discuss Korean War and Canadian defenses=505,505,1

19)Uruguayan press reaction to Korean situation since July 20=506,506,3

20)Leaflet on Korea prepared by USIE Madrid=509,509,2

21)Official and press reaction Korean situation from Caracas=511,511,2

22)Meeting of Latin American Ambassadors regarding Korean crisis=513,513,5

23)Message from General MacArthur=518,518,2

24)Mexican labor attitude toward Korean situation=520,520,6

25)Propaganda concerning the Korean situation being discussed by the Colombian communist party=526,526,15

26)Message to Senators regarding their suggestions in respect of Korea=541,541,5

9.World reaction to Korean matter, July 29, 1950=546,546,1

1)Press comment on Korea in Cairo=546,546,2

2)Message to Senators regarding their suggestions in respect of Korea=548,548,6

3)Draft resolution including condemnation of North Korean authorities=554,554,3

4)The fourth USUN draft resolution regarding Korean relief=557,557,2

5)Six transport planes ready to leave for Korea : reported from Athen=559,559,1

6)Comments on Korean situation by recently returned visitor to Nicaragua=560,560,3

7)Extract from letter from Mr. Cordier to Colonnel Katzin : reported from political adviser for Tokyo=563,563,3

8)Developments in Korea with particular reference to the 38th parallel=566,566,13

10.World reaction to Korean matter, July 30, 1950=579,579,1

1)Criticism of Turkey government's decision=579,579,4

2)Problem with coping mountain action against NK=583,583,1

3)Concerning General Choi Byung-Duk raised by US citizen=584,584,2

4)Yugoslavia concern over US press story alleging Tito in conversation with US ambassador Allen=586,586,3

5)Difficulty in getting JCS action on troop offers for Korea=589,589,2

6)General policy on offers of military assistance by members of the UN in support of the operation in Korea=591,591,4

7)Acknowledgement of Mr. Nehru's personal communication of July 30=595,595,4

8)The labor union of Popayan approving the President's action in Korea=599,599,3

11.World reaction to Korean matter, July 31, 1950=602,602,1

1)Swedish Defense Minister speaking in south Sweden replied to conservative party leader's speech=602,602,2

2)Destroyer "Warramunga" leave Australian waters for Korea=604,604,4

3)Reply of Government of India to request for assistance to Korea=608,608,3

4)Maxican reaction to Korean situation=611,611,7

5)Report from Cairo=618,618,2

6)Press comments on the Korean situation in Lima=620,620,8

7)Arrangement for distribution of Korea White Paper : The pamphlet of UN and Korea reported from Rangoon=628,628,36

8)Discussion of possible offer of aid to the UN effort in Korea with Philippine Ambassador=664,664,2

9)Call upon all States to refrain from assisting or encouraging the North Korean authorities=666,666,1

10)Motives of Soviet return to SC theme of Rio press=667,667,1

11)Significance of US action in Korea=668,668,8

12)Comments on Red China's admission in Oslo=676,676,1

13)Soviet press : events Korea=677,677,2

14)Attitude of Brazilian labor toward Korean situation=679,679,2

15)No comments by Paraguayan labor groups on Korean situation=681,681,1

16)Statement by Nicaraguan President Somoza requesting volunteer for Korea=682,682,1

17)Guatemala's reaction toward assistance for Korea=683,683,2

18)Pamphlets on Korea reported from London=685,685,1

19)Position of the government of El Salvador=686,686,6

20)US courses of action in Korea : policy for Korean War=692,692,15

12.World reaction to Korean matter, August 1, 1950=707,707,1

1)Speculating on Russia's return to UNSC featured in Colombo press=707,707,3

2)Public opinion poll on Canadian participation in UN action in Korea=710,710,4

3)Concerning over advance beyond 38th parallel=714,714,4

4)Denial of dispatch of aircraft to Korea featured in Athens press=718,718,1

5)Requesting information for correspondent for London Observer=719,719,1

6)Soviet press portraying KPDR troops overcoming American resistence=720,720,1

7)Requesting the Department's White Paper on Korea from Rio=721,721,1

8)A splendid account of the early days of the fighting and the situation in Korea=722,722,8

9)Future US policy with respect to Korea=730,730,4

13.World reaction to Korean matter, August 2, 1950=734,734,1

1)British anxious about present peril of American troops=734,734,2

2)Soviet press waging bitter battle, Echhon freed=736,736,1

3)Reply from the government of Mexico and Iraq to request for assistance to Korea=737,737,2

4)Mexican reaction to Korean situation=739,739,6

5)Official and press reaction to Korean situation from Caracas=745,745,5

6)Yugoslav government intends change attitude toward Korean War featured in Belgrade press=750,750,1

7)Local publication of statement of Council on African Affairs=751,751,3

8)Trend of German opinions on Korean developments=754,754,4

9)US and British speculating on reasons for and possible effects of Russian return to UNSC featured in Delhi press=758,758,1

10)Conversation with Ambassador of Honduras regarding Korean situation=759,759,2

11)Criticizing US policy in Korea and Indo-China reported from Wellington=761,761,8

12)Report from Cairo=769,769,1

13)Conversation with Mexican representatives at Defense department=770,770,1

14)Message to Major General J. H. Burns regarding action in Korea=771,771,5

15)Nigerian press reaction to Korean developments=776,776,3

16)Press coverage of Korean conflict background material in Caracas=779,779,37

17)Memorandum for Mr. Armstrong : the bombing of Hongnam=816,816,2

18)Suggestion by US steelworkers of America regarding resolution on Korea=818,818,18

14.World reaction to Korean matter, August 3, 1950=836,836,1

1)Report from Stockholm : approving UN action in Korea by Miners International Federation=836,836,1

2)Deplored indifference innumerable Brazilian politicians regarding Korea=837,837,1

3)Korean War shared spotlight with reports SC meeting in Oslo press=838,838,1

4)British press comment centered on either war or related developments in SC=839,839,3

5)US will put pressure on members of UN to send aid to Korea featured in Habana press=842,842,3

6)Prime Minister's reply to opposition criticism of Turkey's decision send ground forces to Korea=845,845,2

7)New Zealand government's position on mediation with Korea=847,847,1

8)Korea leaflet reported from Hague=848,848,2

9)Suggestion by US Senators regarding Korean situation=850,850,3

10)Situation in Korea and Japan=853,853,2

11)Leaflet printed and distributed in Nicaragua on Korean situation=855,855,12

12)If USSR wants war with West it will have it=867,867,1

15.World reaction to Korean matter, August 4, 1950=868,868,1

1)Reply from the government of Ecuador regarding assistance to Korea=868,868,2

2)India's foreign policy=870,870,4

3)Brazil honor bound participate war in Rio press=874,874,1

4)Quebec city press on Korean situation=875,875,2

5)Press comment on meeting of SC in connection with Korean situation reported from San Jose=877,877,5

6)Korean pamphlet reported from Hague=882,882,1

7)Reply from the government of Liberia regarding assistance to Korea=883,883,2

8)Questions to Foreign Minister on Korea reported from Cairo=885,885,1

9)America Today : a vehicle for informing Chinese audience in Asia of the America role in the UN action in Korea=886,886,29

10)Tactics for Korea and Formosa=915,915,14

11)Manchester Guardian Article on International Law and Korea=929,929,10

12)American withdrawl behind Naktong river featured in Paris press=939,939,2

13)Analysis of Mexican official position on Korean conflict=941,941,11

14)Reaction to Korean conflict reported from Strasebourg=952,952,4

15)Conversation with Ambassador Sebald and General MacArthur=956,956,1

16)A report of the UN commands operations in Korea for the period 20 to 31 July inclusive=957,957,6

17)Good factual reporting with fair and friendly comments in Rome press=963,963,2

18)Reaction of Korean colony in Japan to Korean War=965,965,3

19)Mexican reaction=968,968,3

20)Norwegian government's offer to UN=971,971,2

16.World reaction to Korean matter, August 5, 1950=973,973,1

1)Indian press reaction=973,973,1

2)Capture Kumchon with many prisoners and Sanju featured in Soviet press=974,974,1

3)Press reaction to Korean situation in Kabul=975,975,14

4)Aerial reconnaissance over all Korean territory to establish the fact of support to NK by the USSR and China=989,989,1

5)Suggestion by US citizen with respect to Korean situation=990,990,3

17.World reaction to Korean matter, August 6-7, 1950=993,993,1

1)US violation basic principle international law featured in Soviet press=993,993,1

2)Official text of Prime Minister Nehru's speech on the Korean situation in the Indian Parliament on August 3=994,994,29

3)Extract of press report of exchange in Indian Parliament concerning reasons GOI didn't send troops to Korea=1023,1023,1

4)Protest by NK against the savage bombing by the US Air Force : refugee problem=1024,1024,7

5)Press reaction to Korean war in Turin=1031,1031,3

6)Press reaction to Korean aid featured in Guadalajara press=1034,1034,1

7)Tactics concerning question holding Soviet Union responsible for Korean aggression=1035,1035,4

8)Memo of conversation between Muccio and W. A. Harriman=1039,1039,3

9)Conversation with Costa Rican Ambassador=1042,1042,3

10)Questions on the UN and Russia : special information policy guidance on Korea=1045,1045,3

11)Edtorial against Chicago Tribune reporting on Korean conflict in Cairo=1048,1048,1

12)Panama offers aid to UN=1049,1049,5

13)Quebec press reaction to Korean war=1054,1054,2

14)Opposition critism of Egyptian neutrality=1056,1056,2

15)Cuban reaction to current Korean and UN activities=1058,1058,4

18.World reaction to Korean matter, August 8, 1950=1062,1062,1

1)Conference in office of CINFE : conferees General MacArthur, etc.=1063,1063,2

2)Latin American contribution to Korean action=1065,1065,8

3)Communist propaganda reported from Panama=1073,1073,2

4)Soviet press reaction : continuing attack=1075,1075,2

5)Polish map of Korean offensive=1077,1077,2

6)Summary of Pamphlet Entitled "Withdraw from Korea" Issued Jointly by Syrian and Lebanese Communist Parties in July 1950=1079,1079,3

7)Political defense policy in Asia reported from Oslo=1082,1082,3

8)Attitude of Nicaraguan labor towards Korean situation=1085,1085,3

9)Formal requests for public health teams and medicaments for Korea=1088,1088,1

10)Views of two Netherlands officials concerning the spread of the Korean conflict=1089,1089,3

11)Editorial reaction in Delhi : Parliamentary debate on Korean policy=1092,1092,2

19.World reaction to Korean matter, August 9, 1950=1094,1094,1

1)Reaction from Rangoon=1094,1094,1

2)Quebec city reaction to special service force announcement=1095,1095,3

3)Publicity concerning the Korean situation appearing in the communist newspaper in Mexico=1098,1098,33

4)Editorial reaction from Pnama : the fear of Russia=1131,1131,6

5)Reply from government of Israel regarding assistance to Korea=1137,1137,2

6)Soviet return UN main theme editorial in Rio press=1139,1139,1

7)Cuban editorial holds that US showing in Korea constitutes blow to the morale of western Europe=1140,1140,2

8)Oslo press reports on Korean War anxious=1142,1142,1

9)Investigation of events leading to the Korean crisis=1143,1143,5

10)Soviet press reaction : continuation fierce combat=1148,1148,1

11)Written protest against US action in Korea reported from Strasbourg=1149,1149,3

12)Press and publications reported from Bern=1152,1152,3

13)Japanese press reports on Korean situation and Japanese security problem=1155,1155,1

14)Peaceful settlement of Korean issue Prime Minister Justifies India's stand reply to debate in Parliament=1156,1156,39

15)Survey on trend of German opinions on Korean developments=1195,1195,9

16)Mexican reaction to Korean situation=1204,1204,9

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