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Volume XIV
  

Volume XIV

Foreign Relations, 1969-1976
Soviet Union, October 1971-May 1972

Editors:
David C. Geyer
Nina D. Howland
Kent Sieg

General Editor: Edward C. Keefer

United States Government Printing Office
Washington
2006

DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION 11355

Office of the Historian
Bureau of Public Affairs

Press Release 

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ISBN 0-16-076697-4

     

Preface (PDF 70 KB)

   

Sources (PDF 60 KB)

   

Abbreviations and Terms

 (PDF 53 KB)   

Persons (PDF 61 KB)

   

To download the entire volume in PDF (5MB) click here.

Chapters

Document Numbers

Announcement of Summit Through the South Asia Crisis, October 12-December 1971 (PDF 378KB)

1-34

Preparing for Moscow and Nixon's Trip to China, January 1-March 29, 1972  (PDF 391KB)

35-72

U.S.-Soviet Relations and the Spring Offensive in Vietnam, March 30-April 18, 1972  (PDF 544KB)

73-124

Kissinger's Secret Trip to Moscow, April 19-25, 1972  (PDF 727KB)

125-170

Summit in the Balance: U.S.-Soviet Relations and the Decision to Mine Haiphong, April 26-May 12, 1972 (PDF 568KB)

171-223
Nixon at the Summit, May 13-May 31, 1972  (PDF 1.2MB)

224-302

Index (PDF 129KB)

 

 


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