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Preface.

Minutes. January 14.

Report by the Secretary of State (Acheson). January 19-

Testimony of: Acheson, Dean G., Secretary of State

Minutes. January 21.----

Minutes (Information Subcommittee). January 21.

Minutes. January 22.

Minutes. January 23.

Minutes. January 26..

Committee procedure on nominations. January 28..

Minutes. January 29,

Minutes. January 30.

Minutes. February 2.

Minutes. February 3..

Minutes. February 4..

Loyalty-security problems in the Department of State. February 5.--

Testimony of: Humelsine, Carlisle H., Deputy Under Secretary of

State

Minutes. February 9..

Minutes. February 10 (morning session)

Report by the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff. February 10 (afternoon

session)

Testimony of: Bradley, Omar, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

Report by the Secretary of State (Dulles). February 13.-

Testimony of: Dulles, John Foster, Secretary of State

Minutes. February 17.--

Persecution of minorities in the Soviet Union. February 24.

Persecution of minorities in the Soviet Union-continued. February 25..

Minutes (Information subcommittee). February 25...

Declaration on captive peoples. February 26..

Testimony of: Dulles, John Foster, Secretary of State

Minutes. February 27.

Nomination (Bohlen). March 2..

Testimony of: Bohlen, Charles E

Declaration on captive peoples-continued. March 3..

Report by the Under Secretary of State. March 5.---

Testimony of: Smith, Walter Bedell, Under Secretary of State

Minutes. March 10.-

Minutes. March 18.

Minutes. March 24.

Nominations (Bohlen)-continued. March 25.

Minutes. March 31..

Report by the Chief of Staff, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers, Europe.

April 1.

Testimony of: Alfred Gruenther, Chief of Staff, Supreme Headquarters

Allied Powers, Europe

Minutes. April 9.--

Minutes. April 10.

An informal meeting with Rene Pleven, French Minister of Defense,

April 13.

Testimony of: Rene Pleven, French Minister of Defense

Report by the Secretary of State.

April 17.

Testimony of: Dulles, John Foster, Secretary of State

Minutes. April 17 (afternoon session).

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Minutes. April 21.

Minutes. April 22.

Minutes. April 23.

Report by the Director, Mutual Security Agency. April 28.

Testimony of: Stassen, Harold E. Director, MSA

Minutes (Information subcommittee). April 28.

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• Report by the Secretary of State. April 29..

Testimony of: Dulles, John F., Secretary of State.

Minutes. May 1...

Minutes. May 7.

Minutes. May 8..

Minutes (Information subcommittee). May 8.

Minutes. May 11.

Minutes. May 12

Minutes. May 13.

Minutes. May 14.

Minutes. May 15-

Minutes. May 16.

Minutes. May 18.

Mutual Security Act of 1953. May 19.

Testimony of: Ridgway, Matthew B., Supreme Allied Commander,

Europe

Minutes. May 22
Minutes. May 25.

Minutes. May 27-
Vo Report by the Secretary of State. June 3.

Testimony of: Dulles, John Foster, Secretary of State
Minutes (St. Lawrence Seaway subcommittee). June 3.
Minutes. June 4.
Report by the Director, Mutual Security Agency, June 4.

Testimony of: Stassen, Harold E., Director, Mutual Security Agency
Mutual Security Act-continued. June 5..
Minutes. June 8...
Minutes (NARBA Subcommittee). June 8.
Request for a Committee transcript; Mutual Security Act continued;
Spanish base agreement. June 9.

Testimony of: Merchant, Livingston T., Assistant Secretary of State
Minutes (Information subcommittee). June 9.
Mutual Security Act-continued. June 10...
Minutes. June 11.--
European integration; request for a committee transcript - continued;

Mutual Security Act-continued. June 12.
Minutes. June 16..
Minutes (Subcommittee To Consider Commercial Treaties). June 16.-
Minutes. June 23..

Minutes. June 29

• Resolution on the situation in Germany. July 2.

Minutes. July 2 (afternoon session).

Minutes (Subcommittee To Consider Commercial Treaties). July 13.

Minutes (Subcommittee on Disarmament). July 13.

Minutes. July 14.-

Report by the Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs. July 16.-

Testimony of: Walter S. Robertson, Assistant Secretary of State for

Far Eastern Affairs

Minutes (Subcommittee on Disarmament). July 16..

Minutes. July 17--

Minutes. July 21.

Minutes (Subcommittee on the Passamaquody Tidal Basin Project).

July 21.

Minutes (Subcommittee on Disarmament). July 21.
Report by Ambassador Lodge; Senate Concurrent Resolution 27, Senate

Concurrent Resolution 32, relating to disarmament. July 23.

Minutes. July 27--

Minutes. July 29.

Minutes. July 30-

Minutes. August 1..

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APPENDIXES

A. Volumes published to date in the "Historical Series".
B Persecution of minorities in the Soviet Union....
C. Declaration on captive peoples.
D. Mutual Security Act of 1953.
E. Armistice in Korea..
F. Disarmament resolutions...

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MINUTES

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1953

UNITED STATES SENATE,
COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS,

Washington, D.O. The committee met in executive session at 10:30 a.m. in the committee room, to hold its first meeting of the 83d Congress, first session.

Present: Chairman Wiley, Senators Smith of New Jersey, Hickenlooper, Taft, Langer, Ferguson, Knowland, George, Green, Sparkman, Gillette, Humphrey, and Mansfield.

The meeting was called as an organizational one. The subcommittees operating on a consultative basis were continued. Where replacements are to be made, suggestions will be sent the chairman by members of the full committee.

The subcommittee of which Senator Fulbright is chairman, established under S. Res. 74, relating to the U.S. information program, was ordered continued.

It was decided to hold a public hearing Thursday, January 15, at which time Hon. John Foster Dulles, who is to be nominated Secretary of State by President-elect Eisenhower, will be present.

A public hearing will be held later at which Hon. Harold Stassen, who is to be nominated Director of the Mutual Security Agency, will appear.

The committee decided that all Ambassadors, Ministers, Assistant Secretaries of State, and Undersecretaries, will be given an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation before their nominations are considered by the committee.

A Subcommittee on Security Affairs was ordered established. The chairman of the subcommittee was not named.

The present staff of the committee was continued. Mr. Julius Cahn, administrative assistant to Senator Wiley, was added. Mr. Cahn will be counsel to the committee, and will be assigned to the chairman.

For record of proceedings, see official transcript.
The committee adjourned at 12:30 p.m.

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