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V. Reports of the United Nations Command to the Security Council,
VI. General MacArthur's message to Veterans of Foreign Wars and related policy statements..
A. The President's message to the Congress, July 19, 1950-
C. Letter of the President to Ambassador Austin, August 28,
D. Message of General MacArthur to Veterans of Foreign
E. Message from Secretary of Defense Johnson to General
F. Cablegram from General MacArthur to National Com-
VII. Inchon landing and recapture of Seoul, September 1950.
A. Message of General MacArthur on return of Government of
B. Message from the President to General MacArthur, Sep-
C. Reply of General MacArthur thereto..
D. General MacArthur's statement of surrender terms, Oc-
E. General MacArthur's surrender demand to North Korean
VIII. The President's meeting with General MacArthur at Wake Island__
C. The President's Address at San Francisco, October 17, 1950
IX. November offensive of United Nations forces..
A. Special communique of General MacArthur, November 24,
B. Cablegram from General MacArthur to Ray Henle, editor,
A. Special report of General MacArthur to the Security Coun-
B. Statement of the President, November 16, 1950..
C. Special communique issued by General MacArthur, Novem-
D. General MacArthur's exchange of communications with
(1) Arthur Krock's message to General MacArthur,
(2) General MacArthur's reply, November 30, 1950-
E. Statement of the President, November 30, 1950. -
XI. United Nations action, December 14, 1950 to February 1, 1951-Con. Page
D. Resolution of General Assembly of United Nations declaring
XII. Declaration of national emergency, December 16, 1950.
A. Radio address by the President, December 15, 1950.
XIII. The President's State of the Union Message to the Congress, Janu-
A. Text of message.
XIV. Proposed arming of additional South Korean troops
A. Message from Joint Chiefs of Staff to General MacArthur,
B. Reply thereto by General MacArthur, January 6, 1951-
A. General MacArthur's interview by editors of magazine
B. General MacArthur's message to Hugh Baillie, president
C. Message from Joint Chiefs of Staff to General MacArthur,
D. General MacArthur's communique on withdrawal from
E. Statement of General MacArthur, February 13, 1951.
G. Message from Joint Chiefs of Staff to General MacArthur,
H. Statement of General MacArthur, March 24, 1951
I. Message from Joint Chiefs of Staff to General MacArthur,
J. Letters exchanged by Hon. Joseph W. Martin, Jr., and
(1) Letter from Hon. Joseph W. Martin, Jr., to General
(2) Reply thereto by General MacArthur, March 20,
K. Messages exchanged by editor, The Freeman magazine, and
(1) Message from Henry Hazlitt to General Mac-
(2) Reply thereto by General MacArthur, April 5,
(3) New York Times dispatch, Taegu, Korea, March
L. Message of General MacArthur to Newsweek magazine,
XVI. Relief of General MacArthur from command..
A. Message relieving General MacArthur of command, April 10,
B. Statement of the President relative to the relief of General
C. Letter of Ambassador Austin to Secretary-General Lie,
D. Radio address of the President relative to the relief of Gen-
E. Comment upon relief of General MacArthur by Maj. Gen.
F. Address of General MacArthur to joint meeting of the
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