The Prague Spring Archive

Box 180, Folder 6

Folder 6 (185 pages) - 1968


Contains communications on the Czech situation from London to Washington, as well as messages and telegrams relating the evolving situation in East and West Germany from the American Embassy in Bonn. Also includes reports on the falling morale in Germany due to anticipation of a possible invasion; memos regarding reports from the Polish Embassy in Warsaw relating Polish support of the invasion of Czechoslovakia; telegrams describing reasons for Romanian support for the Czech position, as well as their fears of Soviet invasion; analysis of Yugoslav reaction; and a telegram between the U.S. Secretary of State and the Soviet Ambassador to the United States regarding possible reasons for the invasion.


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