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Background

The Library has posted seven documents from the nearly 4,000 pages processed for the textual materials release on May 20, 2015. Among them are documents relating to the reversion of Okinawa to Japanese administration; a memorandum and two reports from Tom Charles Huston on a bombing halt in Vietnam, and information regarding military activities during the Vietnam conflict.

The documents are from file segments for the White House Special Files: Staff Member and Office Files and the National Security Council Files.

  • A selection of these documents are available online as Adobe Acrobat PDFpdf files.

  • Please visit the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, California, to research all of the documents.

The following abbreviations are used below to identify original collections of the scanned documents:

  • SMOF:   Staff Member & Office Files
  • WHSF:   White House Special Files
  • NSC:   National Security Council

Mandatory Review Documents

Okinawa Reversion

  1. Memcon (portion) between Kissinger and Chou en-Lai, October 22, 1971; folder [3]; For the President, Memcons of HAK's July and October 1971 Trips; Box 851; NSC Files, For the President's Files (Winston Lord) - China Trip/Vietnam
  2. Memo, Haig to Kissinger, Subj: Okinawa Reversion, April 2, 1969; folder [3] Haig Chron, April 1969 [2 of 2]; Box 956; NSC Files, Alexander M. Haig Chronological Files

Military

  1. Memo, Haig to Kissinger, Subj: JCS Reply to Presidential Request for Options Available under the SIOP, April 15, 1969; folder [2] Haig Chron [1 of 2], April 1969; Box 956; NSC Files, Alexander M. Haig Chronological Files

Vietnam

  1. Memo, Haig to Kissinger, Subj: Your Meeting with Secretary Rush and Admiral Moorer, December 14, 1972; folder [2] Haig Chron, December 1-16, 1972; Box 997; NSC Files, Alexander M. Haig Chronological Files
  2. Memo, Tom Charles Huston to the President, Subj: Vietnam Bombing Halt - the Chennault Affair, February 25, 1970; folder John Dean Demon. Memos; Box 205; White House Special Files, Staff Member and Office Files, H.R. Haldeman
  3. Report [part 1], The Negotiations for a Bombing Cessation May 13 - October 31, 1968 written by Tom Charles Huston, June 1, 1971; folder [7] The Negotiations for a Bombing Cessation; Box 114; White House Special Files, Staff Member and Office Files, H.R. Haldeman [51 MB]
  4. Report [part 2], The Negotiations for a Bombing Cessation May 13 - October 31, 1968 written by Tom Charles Huston, June 1, 1971; folder [7] The Negotiations for a Bombing Cessation; Box 114; White House Special Files, Staff Member and Office Files, H.R. Haldeman [176 MB]


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