5 edition of Map room messages of President Truman (1945-1946) found in the catalog.
Map room messages of President Truman (1945-1946)
Accompanied by printed reel index, compiled by Joan Gibson, entitled: A guide to Map room messages of President Truman (1945-1946), Potsdam Conference documents (1945); guide covers second microfilm collection entitled: Potsdam Conference documents (1945).
|Other titles||Guide to Map room messages of President Truman (1945-1946), Potsdam Conference documents (1945)|
|Statement||[edited by Paul Kesaris].|
|Series||The Presidential documents series|
|Contributions||Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972., Kesaris, Paul., Gibson, Joan.|
|LC Classifications||E813, Microfilm 20,263|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 microfilm reels|
|LC Control Number||86893389|
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Series The Presidential documents series. The files of the Map Room grew very rapidly from the start and on the death of President Roosevelt in April there were seven filing cabinets in the Map Room filled to capacity.
President Roosevelt's Map Room papers consist of two series: first, messages sent or received by the President and by his immediate family and advisors; and, second. It was the President's wish to have in the Map Room the only complete file of the personal messages he exchanged with Churchill, Stalin, and Chiang Kai-shek and for this reason messages from the Map Room were sent through Navy Department communications facilities and replies were sent through the War Department.
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As an officer in the U.S. Naval Reserve, Elsey helped brief the president and his senior associates on war events. Oral History Interview with George M.
Elsey Commander, U.S. Naval Reserve, and duty officer, White House Map Room, ; Assistant to the Special Counsel to the President, ; Administrative Assistant to the President, ; Assistant to the Director, Mutual Security Agency, During the war years when President Roosevelt, and later Truman, was away from Washington, the Map Room staff would send shore written summaries by coded military channels of communication to the President wherever he was, whether it was Warm Springs, Hyde Park or overseas on one of the military conferences.
Continuity of government (COG) is the principle of establishing defined procedures that allow a government to continue its essential operations in case of a catastrophic event such as nuclear war.
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The following secret messages are part of FDR’s Map Room archive. They were sent to Chief of Staff General George Marshall at the White House. These documents were not declassified until and have never been published in this form before. The first one arrived on May 21 st, revealing that the U.S.
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