Woodbridge, CT ; Reading, England : Primary Source Media, 2009.
Book — 7 microfilm reels : positive ; 35 mm.
"Graham Martin's communications with Kissinger and Brent Scowcroft deal primarily with implementation of the ceasefire, violations of the ceasefire, the question of aid to South Vietnam and congressional relations centered around that issue, contacts with South Vietnamese officials, and the deterioration of the "peace" and the eventual evacuation of South Vietnam by the Americans. Many of the cables relate to diplomatic relations with other countries regarding the situation in Vietnam, including the Soviet Union, Saudi Arabia, France, and the members of the International Commission of Control and Supervision in Vietnam. The cables range from topics as specific as arrangements for the evacuation of certain individuals to philosophical discourses by Martin on the history of U.S. involvement in Vietnam and his role in it"--Publisher's description.
"These Presidential Country Files relate to U.S. relations with existing and emerging countries in Africa, and address regional concerns as well as issues specific to individual countries. Materials in the first five folders are filed under "Africa," and the remainder of the collection is arranged by name of country. Memoranda, briefing papers, and comparable materials created by the National Security Adviser, National Security Council staff, and State Department officials, and telegrams exchanged between the State Department and U.S. embassies are contained in these files"--Publisher's description.
Bethesda, MD : UPA Collection from LexisNexis, 2005.
Book — 11 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. + 1 printed guide (xi, 31 p. ; 28 cm.)
Reproduces documents of the National Security Council, CIA, Defense Department, and State Department, including telegrams, memoranda, reports, public statements, and correspondence dealing with Africa. Highlights the overthrow of the Libyan monarch in 1969 and the Biafran crisis during the Nigerian civil war. Also contains information on the Organization of African Unity.