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s conguno. Senatu. HEARINGS

COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES

BEFORE THE

AND THE

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS

UNITED STATES SENATE

EIGHTY-SECOND CONGRESS

FIRST SESSION

TO

CONDUCT AN INQUIRY INTO THE MILITARY
SITUATION IN THE FAR EAST AND THE FACTS
SURROUNDING THE RELIEF OF GENERAL OF
THE ARMY DOUGLAS MACARTH FROM HIS

ASSIGNMENTS IN THAT AREA

PART 3
JUNE 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, AND 13, 1951

Printed for the use of the Committee on Armed Services

and the Committee on ign Relations

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1951

83797

COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES

RICHARD B. RUSSELL, Georgia, Chairman HARRY FLOOD BYRD, Virginia

STYLES BRIDGES, New Hampshire LYNDON B. JOHNSON, Texas

LEVERETT SALTONSTALL, Massachusetts ESTES KEFAUVER, Tennessee

WAYNE MORSE, Oregon LESTER C. HUNT, Wyoming

WILLIAM F. KNOWLAND, California JOHN C. STENNIS, Mississippi

HARRY P. CAIN, Washington
RUSSELL B. LONG, Louisiana

RALPH E. FLANDERS, Vermont
WILLIAM H. DARDEN, Chief Clerk

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS

TOM CONNALLY, Texas, Chairman WALTER F, GEORGE, Georgia

ALEXANDER WILEY, Wisconsin THEODORE FRANCIS GREEN, Rhode Island H. ALEXANDER SMITH, New Jersey BRIEN MCMAHON, Connecticut

BOURKE B. HICKENLOOPER, Iowa J. W. FULBRIGHT, Arkansas

HENRY CABOT LODGE, JR., Massachusetts JOHN J. SPARKMAN, Alabama

CHARLES W. TOBEY, New Hampshire GUY M. GILLETTE, Iowa

OWEN BREWSTER, Maine
FRANCIS O. Wilcox, Chief of Staff
THORSTEN V. KALIJARVI, Staf A88ociate

C. C. O'Day, Clerk

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Testimony of

Page

Hon. Dean G. Acheson, Secretary of State, accompanied by Adrian S.

Fisher, legal adviser...

1667-2291

Lt. Gen. A. C. Wedemeyer, United States Army, accompanied by

Lt. Col. Malcolm F. Gilchrist, Jr., staff officer, General Staffs--2294–2567

Additional information:

Ammunition made available by the United States Marines-Navy in

North China-April-Sept. 1947-..

2235

Article in-

Washington Post, May 22, 1951--Policy change on China War is
denied here.

1739
Yale Law Review-Government immunity from discovery-

1748

Cable-Policy of United States in China, Dec. 7, 1945.-

2247

Department of State Bulletin-Strategic considerations--

1679

Document-Chinese Communist movement prepared by Military

Intelligence Service...

2268

Letter from--

Acheson, Hon. Dean G. to Hon. George C. Marshall-

1669

Acheson, Hon. Dean G. to Hon. William F. Knowland, Jan, 17,

1951.--

1676

Bradley, Gen. Omar N., to Chairman Russell, May 31, 1951---- 1924
Goudsmit, S. A., senior scientist, Brookhaven National Labora-
tory, to Chairman Connally-

2164
Knowland, Hon. William F. to Hon. Dean G. Acheson, Jan. 3 and
7, 1951.-

1676
Miller, May, assistant organizing secretary, Communist Party

of New York State, to all sections and counties, Mar. 1, 1949,
transmitting program.

2266

Memorandum of Lt. Gen. A. C. Wedemeyer to George V. Allen, Assist-

ant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, Aug. 26, 1949..

2371

Message of -

Joint Chiefs of Staff to Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Dec. 29, 1950_. 2179

Reply, Dec. 30, 1950__

2180

Policy information paper--

Formosa

1667

Resolution of United Nations General Assembly, Oct. 7, 1950-

2436

Speech of Hon. Dean G. Acheson before the National Press Club--- 1811

Telegram from-

Acheson, Hon. Dean G., to certain embassies, Nov. 13, 1950.------ 1927

Chamber of commerce of a city in China to State Department,

Mar. 16, 1949.-

Chou-En-Lai, Foreign Minister of the Chinese Communist Govern-

ment, to President of the Security Council, Aug. 24, 1950_

1964 +

Joint Chiefs of Staff to General of the Army Douglas MacArthur,

Nov. 30, 1945-

2354

Knowland, Hon. William F., to General of the Army Douglas Mac-

Arthur, June 7, 1951..

2248

Reply, June 8, 1951..

2249

United Press Article (Tokyo date line)

1675

Wallace, Hon. Henry A., to Hon. William F. Knowland, June 5,

1951

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