Creating An American Lake: United States Imperialism and Strategic Security in the Pacific Basin, 1945-1947

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PRIMARY SOURCES

The following entries indicate the major and minor collections of archival materials which I employed to analyze US strategic policy toward the Pacific Basin in the 1940s. The most useful collections included the Strategic Plans Division Records at the Navy Operational Archives; the Records of the Combined and Joint Chiefs of Staff at the National Archives; the Papers of Harold Ickes and John Towers at the Library of Congress; the White House Central and Official Files at the Harry S. Truman Library; the Pre-Presidential Papers at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Library; the Collections of Messages (Radiograms) at the MacArthur Memorial Archives; and the Ennis Whitehead Collection and Pacific Air Command, United States Army records at the Alfred F. Simpson Historical Research Agency. Also heavily consulted were the microfilm version of The Forrestal Diaries; the FRUS United Nations volumes for 1945, 1946, and 1947; and Commander Dorothy Richard’s three-volume administrative history of the United States Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. A complete list of the manuscript collections and other primary sources follows:


Manuscripts and Archival Records

Bureau of Archives, MacArthur Memorial, Norfolk, Virginia

RG 4: Records of the General Headquarters, U.S. Army Forces, Pacific

RG 5: Records of the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, Japan, 1945–1951

RG 6: General Records of the Headquarters, U.S. Far Eastern Command, 1947–1951

RG 9: Collections of Messages (Radiograms), 1945–1951

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