A telegram from the consulate general in Dacca to the department of state on the subject of dissent From U.S. policy toward East Pakistan.
Editorial titled ‘The Slaughter in East Pakistan’ published in The Times, London on April 3, 1971.
Subject: USG expression of concern on East Pakistan
Memorandum From Secretary of State Rogers to President Nixon/1/
/1/ Source: National Archives, RG 59, Central Files 1970-73, POL 23-9 PAK. Secret. Drafted by Van Hollen and Anthony C.E. Quainton (NEA/INC) on April 2, and cleared by Sisco, and by Spengler in draft.
Notification of the Special Team of Central Government Officers Deputed to East Pakistan
Airgram from American Consul to Secretary of State
Editorial title ‘In the name of Pakistan’ appeared in New York Times.
Minutes of Senior Review Group Meeting/1/
Letter From the Pakistani Ambassador (Hilaly) to Secretary of State Rogers/1/
/1/ Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 759, Presidential Correspondence File, Pakistan (1971). Most Immediate. The letter was conveyed to the White House on March 31 under cover of a transmittal memorandum from Executive Secretary Eliot to Kissinger. (Ibid., RG 59, Central Files 1970-73, POL PAK-US)
Subject: Army terror campaign continues in Dacca: Evidence
military faces some difficulties elsewhere.
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