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Robert Lester
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DIPLOMATIC POST RECORDS Soviet Union: 1934-1941 Parts.

DIPLOMATIC POST RECORDS Soviet Union: 1934-1941 Parts. Note on Sources The General Correspondence materials on Reels 1-23 are from the records of the Department of State Diplomatic Post Files: Embassy, Moscow, . The Record Group is #84.

Confidential U. S. Diplomatic Post Records book.

Part 2: Soviet Union, 1919-1935 S . /2:R89 p. Guide (Government Publications Indexes)  Confidential . Diplomatic Post Records. Part 3: Soviet Union, 1934-1941 S . Guide (Government Publications Indexes)  Guide to .

1. Russia: from Czar to Commissars, 1914-1918. pt. 2. Soviet Union, 1919-1935, Section A: 1919-1924; Section B: 1925-1935. 3. Soviet Union, 1934-1941. Accompanied by printed reel guides, compiled by Dale Reynolds, Robert Lester.

Confidential US Diplomatic Post Records: Russia and the Soviet Union, 1914-1941 Film A 48. in Lamont basement. Finding Aids are books with call number Index Film A489. 1 shelved in Lamont basement (3 volumes, covering 1914-1918, 1919-1935, and 1934-1941 respectively). These books are organized by document type ("Commerce, commercial relations"; "Charities"; "Residence, Trade and Travel") and year, with a brief description of each document and its length in pages.

October 24 (5 November), 1809 John Quincy Adams, the future . Secretary of State as well as the first . Ambassador in Russia presented his credentials to the Emperor Alexander I, which marked the formal establishment of diplomatic relations between Russia and the United States. In the first half of the 18th century Russian traders started to actively develop the lands in North America. Many Russian settlements were founded in the Aleutian Islands, mainland of Alaska, in what is now the Canadian provinces of Yukon and British Columbia and American states of Washington,.

1933 – US extends diplomatic recognition of the Soviet Union. 1960 – Nikita Khrushchev cancels summit conference with Eisenhower after US U-2 spy plane shot down over the Soviet Union

1933 – US extends diplomatic recognition of the Soviet Union. 1935 – Neutrality Act of 1935; when war breaks out prohibits all arms shipments (allowing shipment of oil, steel, chemicals); US citizens can travel on belligerent ships only at their own risk. 1936 – Neutrality Act of 1936; no loans to belligerents. 1936 – Spanish Civil War; US neutral; American Catholics support Nationalist forces; left-wing elements support Republican forces. 1960 – Nikita Khrushchev cancels summit conference with Eisenhower after US U-2 spy plane shot down over the Soviet Union. 1960 – Act of Bogotá makes social reform a prior condition for American economic aid.

Early English Books Reproduces works listed in Pollard & Redgrave's . Part 3: Records of the BSCP relations with the Pullman Company, 1925-1968. diplomatic post records: Russia and the Soviet Union.

Early English Books Reproduces works listed in Pollard & Redgrave's Short-title catalogue, Wing's Short title catalogue, and Thomason tracts. Eighteenth Century Collections Online. Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) An index to the Daily Reports published by FBIS. The Soviet estimate: . analysis of the Soviet Union, 1947-1991. Department of State relating to the internal affairs of Bulgaria, 1945-1949.