Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum

President's Secretary's Files, Foreign Affairs File
China: 1945

Memorandum, Suggested Oral Statement To Dr. Soong Concerning Assistance To China, ca. 1945    (2 pages)
Memoranudm, U.S. Policy Towards China, ca. 1945    (7 pages)
Memorandum, Pattern for the Pacific, ca. 1945    (1 page)
Memorandum for the File Regarding Senator Joseph Ball, ca. 1945    (1 page)
Memorandum from Secretary of State Edward Stettinius to President Harry S. Truman, April 19, 1945    (4 pages)
Memorandum from Joseph Grew to President Harry S. Truman, with Attachment, April 27, 1945    (4 pages)
Memorandum from William J. Donovan to President Harry S. Truman, with Attachment, May 15, 1945    (9 pages)
Memorandum from Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau to President Harry S. Truman, with Attachments, May 16, 1945    (9 pages)
Memorandum from Joseph Grew to President Harry S. Truman, with Attachments, June 11, 1945    (11 pages)
Memorandum from Secretary of State James Byrnes to President Harry S. Truman, with Attachments, August 2, 1945 - September 3, 1945    (9 pages)
Correspondence from T.V. Soong to President Harry S. Truman, August 30, 1945    (2 pages)
Memoranda from Secretary of State James F. Byrnes and George Elsey to President Harry S. Truman, September 3, 1945    (4 pages)
Memorandum from Lieutenant General J. E. Hull to President Harry S. Truman, with Related Material, September 3, 1945 - September 12, 1945    (7 pages)
Memorandum from Lieutenant General J. E. Hull to President Harry S. Truman, September 3, 1945    (2 pages)
Memorandum from Acting Secretary of State Dean Acheson to President Harry S. Truman, with Related Material, September 13, 1945    (5 pages)
Letter from Irving Brant to President Harry S. Truman, September 23, 1945    (1 page)
Correspondence from J. Edgar Hoover to Brigadier General Harry Vaughan, September 25, 1945    (4 pages)
Newspaper Clipping, New York Times, 'Civil War in China', November 11, 1945    (1 page)
Correspondence from Chiang Kai-shek to President Harry S. Truman, November 21, 1945    (6 pages)
Memorandum from Secretary of State James F. Byrnes to President Harry S. Truman, with Attachment, November 21, 1945 - November 23, 1945    (4 pages)
Report from the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Foreign Economic Developments, Far Eastern Unit, November 28, 1945    (2 pages)
Memorandum from Edwin W. Pauley to President Harry S. Truman, with Attached Memorandum from Owen Lattimore, November 28, 1945 - December 1, 1945    (3 pages)
Memorandum from Secretary of State James Byrnes to President Harry S. Truman, with Related Material, November 29, 1945 - December 9, 1945    (12 pages)
Memorandum, United States Policy Towards China, December 9, 1945    (2 pages)
Memorandum from Admiral William D. Leahy to President Harry S. Truman, with Attachment, December 11, 1945    (8 pages)
Memorandum from President Harry S. Truman to the Secretary of War, Secretary of the Navy and Administrator, War Shipping Administration, with Attachment, December 12, 1945    (6 pages)
Memorandum from President Harry S. Truman to General George C. Marshall, with Attachments, December 15, 1945    (16 pages)
Memorandum from President Harry S. Truman to General George C. Marshall, with Attachments, December 15, 1945    (8 pages)
Memorandum from Edwin Locke, Jr. to President Harry S. Truman, December 18, 1945    (28 pages)
Memorandum from Representative Mike Mansfield to Matthew Connelly, with Attachment, December 19, 1945    (3 pages)
Correspondence from Representative Hugh DeLacy to President Harry S. Truman, December 28, 1945    (2 pages)
Correspondence Between President Harry S. Truman and Chiang Kai-shek, with Related Material, October 3, 1946 - December 3, 1945    (10 pages)