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Berlin crisis, 1959–1960 (Documents 1-240).

Berlin crisis, 1959–1960 (Documents 1-240). August–December 1959: The status of Berlin following the Foreign Ministers conference August–December 1959; The Western summit December 19–21, 1959 (Documents 1-62). Meeting of the Chiefs of State and Heads of Government of the United States, United Kingdom, France, and the Soviet Union (summit conference), May 16, 1960 (Documents 63-240). December 1959-May 1960: Preparations for the Summit Conference (Documents 63-167). Federal Republic of Germany (Documents 241-264). German Democratic Republic (Documents 265-294). Austria (Documents 295-332). Office of the Historian, Foreign Service Institute United States Department of State. policy toward Austria (Documents 295-332).

Current Status of the Foreign Relations Series. History of the Foreign Relations Series. Accordingly I should like very much to learn your present thoughts with respect to Mr. Khrushchev’s proposal that a Summit meeting be held before I visit the Soviet Union in the Spring.

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The Berlin Crisis started when the USSR launched an ultimatum demanding the withdrawal of all armed forces from Berlin . "Department of State-Office of the Historian-Foreign Relations of The United States-Berlin Crisis-1961–1962-Document 192".

The Berlin Crisis started when the USSR launched an ultimatum demanding the withdrawal of all armed forces from Berlin, including the Western armed forces in West Berlin. The crisis culminated in the city's de facto partition with the East German erection of the Berlin Wall. The 22nd Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union-the last to be attended by the Communist Party of China-was held in Moscow during the crisis. Retrieved 27 March 2018.

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Berlin Crisis, 1959-1960, Germany, Austria Volume IX Washington, . Government Printing Office, 1958-1960. As a work of the United States government, this material is in the public domain. Content/Navigation Questions.

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