Coca-Colonization and the Cold War: The Cultural Mission of the United States in Austria after the Second World War

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ARCHIVAL SOURCES
The majority of the archive sources are located in the National Archives in Washington, D.C., and the Washington National Record Center, Suitland, Md. The extensive archives and library resources of the U.S. Information Agency Library Historical Collection in Washington, D.C., were also used.
The following boxes from Record Group 260 of the National Archives were used: Boxes 31- 32, 35-46, 49-50, 57-76, 88-103, 105-7, 185, 195-96, 202-4, 221, 369-70, 384-85, 618-19, 624-26, 630-32, 636-37, 657-59, 855, 861-62, 885, 887-90, 892, 894-95, 899, 902, 916-17, and 66741-1-3.
The following boxes from Record Group 59 of the National Archives were used: Boxes 110- 16, 321, 502, 532, 1199, 2985, 3713-17, 3719-20, 4480, 4653, 4655, 4692, 4696, 4699, 4702-3, 4705, 4777, 5369, 5817, 6126-27, 6519, 6548, 6629-30, 6691, 6816, 6847, and 7095.

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