Czechoslovakia: Anvil of the Cold War

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NOTES
1.
New York Times, January 24, 1947, and January 29, 1947.
2.
New York Herald Tribune, January 24, 1947.
3.
New York Times, February 17, 1947, and February 27, 1947.
4.
D. F. Fleming, The Cold War and Its Origins, ( New York: Doubleday, 1961), Vol. 1, p. 446.
5.
Philip Nichols to Ernest Bevin, July 11, 1946, FO 371/v. 56004-Xc/ 110148.
6.
"Masaryk's Speech on Foreign Policy in National Assembly", Nichols to Bevin, March 29, 1947, FO 371/v. 65784. Italics added.
7.
Ibid.
8.
To Minister of State, Foreign Office, June 10, 1947, FO 371/v. 65785-115754.
9.
Dean Acheson to Robert Murphy, March 25, 1947, Foreign Relations 1947, v. 4, p. 198.
10.
Laurence Steinhardt to Secretary of State, April 3, 1947, Foreign Relations 1947, v. 4, pp. 200-3.
11.
Ibid.
12.
To Minister of State, June 10, 1947, FO 371/v. 65785-115754.
13.
Steinhardt to Secretary of State, May 8, 1947, Foreign Relations 1947, v. 4, pp. 206-8.
14.
Steinhardt to Secretary of State, June 12, 1947, Foreign Relations 1947, v. 4, p. 212.
15.
Acheson to Steinhardt, April 24, 1947, Foreign Relations 1947, v. 4, pp. 203-4.
16.
Ibid.
17.
Steinhardt to Secretary of State, June 19, 1947, Foreign Relations 1947, v. 4, pp. 213-15.
18.
"Annual Report on Czechoslovakia", Nichols to Bevin, June 25, 1947, FO 371/v. 65785-115754.
19.
Steinhardt to Secretary of State, June 19, 1947, Foreign Relations 1947, v. 4, pp. 213-15.
21.
Acheson to Steinhardt, April 24, 1947, Foreign Relations 1947, v. 4, pp. 203-4.
23.
Steinhardt to Secretary of State, May 9, 1947, Foreign Relations 1947, v. 4, pp. 208-9.
24.
Ibid.
25.
Keating to Chief, Czechoslovak Military Mission to Allied Central Authorities for Germany, Dastich, Germany, May 1, 1947, Foreign Relations 1947, v. 4, p. 211.
26.
Nichols to Bevin, July 12, 1947, FO 371/v. 65785-115754.
27.
Political Division, British Element, Control Commission for Germany, Berlin, to Foreign Office, Northern Department, October 16, 1947, FO 371/v. 56802-115754.
28.
Nichols to Bevin, July 12, 1947, FO 371/v. 65785-115754.

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