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DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION 7084
Far Eastern Series 101
Released October 1960
BUREAU OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS
For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington 25, D.C. - Price 65 cents
This volume, consisting of a narrative summary and a collection of documents, presents the record on Korean unification as shown by the policies and actions of the United Nations, the United States, the Republic of Korea, and the countries of the Communist bloc during the period 1943 to 1960. The narrative covers the major developments relating to Korea in this period but gives primary attention to the continuing efforts of the United Nations and the United States to achieve the unification of Korea in accordance with fundamental principles endorsed by the great majority of the members of the world organization.
The documents, all of which have been previously issued, support and amplify the record of events summarized in the narrative. They include various official statements, declarations, and communiqués; diplomatic communications; excerpts from the proceedings of the Geneva Conference of 1954 relating to the Korean question; and a number of resolutions, reports, and other documents of the U.N. Security Council, the U.N. General Assembly, and subsidiary U.N. bodies.
Publications previously issued by the Department of State provide information on developments in Korea from 1945 to 1948 and on U.S. policy in the first 8 months of the Korean conflict (June 1950– February 1951), with selected documents. A record of the proceedings of the Geneva Conference of 1954 with respect to Korea is contained in Department of State publication 5609, issued under the title The Korean Problem at the Geneva Conference, April 26-June 15,1954.
* Korea's Independence (publication 2933, October 1947); Korea, 1945 to 1948 (publication 3305, October 1948); United States Policy in the Korean Crisis (publication 3922, July 1950); an ed States Policy the Korean Conflict, July 1950-February 1951 (publication 4263, September 1951).