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sources on its website and suggests that readers refer to that site on a regular basis.

Unpublished Sources

Department of State

See National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 59 below.

National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Maryland

Record Group 59, Records of the Department of State

Central Files 1970-1973

POL US-USSR, general US–USSR relations

POL USSR 7, visits and meetings of Soviet leaders

POL 1 US-USSR, general US-USSR relations

POL 1 USSR, general political affairs of the USSR

POL 15–1 USSR, head of state, USSR

POL 17 US-USSR, diplomatic and consular relations between the US and USSR

Lot Files

Records of Henry Kissinger, Lot 91D414

Records of the Office of the Counselor, 1955–1977, Records of Helmut Sonnenfeldt, 1974, Lot 81D286

Nixon Presidential Materials Project, National Archives and Records
Administration, College Park, Maryland (now at the Nixon Presidential
Library and Museum, Yorba Linda, California)

Henry Kissinger Telephone Conversation Transcripts (Kissinger Telcons)
Chronological File

Dobrynin File

National Security Council (NSC) Files

Country Files-Europe-USSR

Haig Chronological Files

NSC Institutional Files (H-Files)

Presidential/HAK Memcons

President's Trip Files

VIP Visits

Kissinger Office Files

Subject Files

NSC Institutional Files (H-Files)

National Security Council Meetings

National Security Council Minutes

Policy Papers (National Security Decision Memoranda)

Study Memoranda (National Security Study Memoranda)

White House Central Files

President's Daily Diary

White House Special Files, Staff Member and Office Files

President's Office Files

White House Tapes

Central Intelligence Agency

DCI Executive Registry Files: Job 80-M01048A

NIC Files: Job 79-R01012A

Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan

National Security Adviser

Memoranda of Conversations

NSC Institutional/Historical Records

Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Manuscript Division

Papers of Henry Kissinger

Chronological Files

Geopolitical Files

Memoranda of Conversation

Miscellany, Record of Schedule

National Security Council

Nixon Intelligence Files

Subject Files

Published Sources

Congress and the Nation, 1973–1976, Volume IV. Washington: Congressional Quarterly, 1977.

Dobrynin, Anatoly. In Confidence: Moscow's Ambassador to America's Six Cold War Presidents (1962-1986). New York: Times Books, 1995.

Haldeman, H.R. The Haldeman Diaries: Inside the Nixon White House. Complete Multimedia Edition. Santa Monica, CA: Sony Electronic Publishing, 1994.

Kissinger, Henry A. White House Years. Boston: Little, Brown, 1979.

Years of Upheaval. Boston: Little, Brown, 1982.

Nixon, Richard M. RN: The Memoirs of Richard Nixon. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1978. Stebbins, Richard P., and Elaine P. Adam, eds. American Foreign Relations, 1972, 1973, 1974: A Documentary Reader. New York: New York University Press, 1976, 1977. United States Department of State. Bulletin, 1972-1974.

Documents on Germany, 1944–1985.

United States National Archives and Records Administration. Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States: Richard Nixon, 1972, 1973, 1974. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1973, 1974, 1975.

Yearbook of the United Nations, 1972, 1973, 1974. New York: United Nations Office of Public Information.

Abbreviations and Terms

ABM, anti-ballistic missile

ACDA, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency

AD, Anatoly Dobrynin

ADC, aide-de-camp

AFL-CIO, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations

B, Brezhnev

B-1, U.S. strategic bomber

CCC, Commodity Credit Corporation

CCD, Conference of the Committee on Disarmament

CDU, Christian Democratic Union (Federal Republic of Germany)

CEO, Chief Executive Officer

CES, Conference on European Security

CIA, Central Intelligence Agency

CIB, Current Intelligence Bulletin

CIEP, Council on International Economic Policy

CIEPDM, Council on International Economic Policy Decision Memorandum
COB, close of business

CPSU, Communist Party of the Soviet Union

CSCE, Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe

CSU, Christian Social Union (Federal Republic of Germany)

CW, chemical weapons; chemical warfare

D, Dobrynin

DCI, Director of Central Intelligence

DCM, Deputy Chief of Mission

DGB, Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund (German Trade Unions Federation)
DMZ, Demilitarized Zone

DRV, Democratic Republic of Vietnam

EEC, European Economic Community

Eur, Europe

EUR, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State

Exdis, exclusive distribution

EXIM, Export-Import Bank

FBS, forward based systems

FPC, Federal Power Commission

FRG, Federal Republic of Germany

FM, Foreign Minister

G, Leonard Garment

GA, General Assembly

GATT, General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

GDR, German Democratic Republic

GNP, Gross National Product

HAK, Henry A. Kissinger

Hakto, series indicator for messages from Henry Kissinger to the White House
HK, Henry Kissinger

ICBM, inter-continental ballistic missile

ICC, International Control Commission

ICCS, International Commission of Control and Supervision

ILA, International Longshoremen's Association

INR, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State

JCS, Joint Chiefs of Staff

K, Kissinger

KGB, Soviet Committee for State Security

KT, kiloton

LDC, less developed country

LNG, liquefied natural gas

M, million

MBFR, Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions

MFA, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

MFN, most favored nation

MIRV, multiple independently-targetable re-entry vehicles
MRV, multiple re-entry vehicles

NAC, North Atlantic Council (NATO)

NASA, National Aeronautics and Space Administration

NATO, North Atlantic Treaty Organization

NIAM, National Intelligence Analytical Memorandum

NIC, National Intelligence Council

NIE, National Intelligence Estimate

Nine, the countries of the European Community: Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, Ireland, Denmark, and the United Kingdom

NLF, National Liberation Front (Vietnam)

Nodis, no distribution

NPT, Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty

NSC, National Security Council

NSCIC, National Security Council Intelligence Committee

NSAM, National Security Action Memorandum

NSDM, National Security Decision Memorandum

NSSM, National Security Study Memorandum

NYT, New York Times

OAS, Organization of American States

OEP, Office of Emergency Preparedness

P, Peter Peterson

PLO, Palestine Liberation Organization
PM, Prime Minister

PNE, peaceful nuclear explosion

PRC, People's Republic of China

PRG, Provisional Revolutionary Government, political wing of the South Vietnamese

Communist movement

RG, Record Group

RN, Richard Nixon

rpt, repeat

RV, re-entry vehicle

SALT, Strategic Arms Limitation Talks

SC, Security Council

SCC, Standing Consultative Commission (SALT)

SLBM, submarine launched ballistic missile

SPD, Social Democratic Party (Federal Republic of Germany)
Specat, Special Category Message

SRG, Senior Review Group

TASS, official Soviet news agency

TIAS, Treaties and Other International Agreements Series
Tohak, series indicator for White House messages to Kissinger
Topet, series indicator for White House messages to Peterson
TTB, Threshold Test Ban

TV, television

UK, United Kingdom

UN, United Nations

UNCURK, United Nations Committee for the Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea UNGA, United Nations General Assembly

USIA, United States Information Agency

USSR, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

UST, United States Treaties and Other International Agreements

WH, White House

WSAG, Washington Special Actions Group

YAK-40, Soviet airliner used by Aeroflot

Z, Greenwich Mean Time

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