Developments of administrative and political significance relating to the United States zone in Germany 98

98. For documentation concerning participation by the United States in the work of the European Advisory Commission, which established the zones of occupation in Germany, see Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. i, pp. 100 ff.; also ante, pp. 1 ff. Documentation relating to the U.S. zone in Germany is contained in Foreign Relations, The Conference of Berlin (The Potsdam Conference), 1945, vols, i and ii.


[685] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/2–1145


[687] The Acting Secretary of State to the Ambassador in the United Kingdom (Winant)

740.00119 EAC/2–545: Telegram


[688] The Ambassador in the United Kingdom (Winant) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/3–1045: Telegram


[689] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

862.00/4–945


[690] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Assistant Secretary of State (Dunn)

740.00119 Control (Germany)/4–1245


[691] The Ambassador in France (Caffery) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/4–1445: Telegram


[692] The Ambassador in France (Caffery) to the Secretary of State

740.0011 E.W./5–145: Telegram


[693] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/5–1045


[694] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/5–1245: Airgram


[695] The Ambassador in France (Caffery) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/6–345: Telegram


[696] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/6–345


[697] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/6–1245


[698] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/6–1345


[699] Memorandum by the Secretary of State to President Truman

740.00119 Control (Germany)/7–545


[700] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/7–2145


[701] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/7–245: Telegram


[702] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/7–3045


[704] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)8/–1545: Telegram


[705] Memorandum by the Assistant Secretary of State (Dunn)

740.00119 Control (Germany)/8–1845


[706] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/8–2045: Telegram


[707] Memorandum by the Secretary of State to President Truman

740.00119 Control (Germany)/8–3045


[708] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/8–3145


[709] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/9–845: Telegram


[710] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00.119 Control (Germany)/9–845: Airgram


[711] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/9–1245: Telegram


[712] The United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy) to the Secretary of State

740.00119 Control (Germany)/9–1845: Telegram


[713] The Acting Secretary of State to the United States Political Adviser for Germany (Murphy)

740.00119 Control (Germany)/9–1245: Telegram

  1. During the latter part of May and the first part of June, the Political Division of U.S. Group C.C. was moved in stages from Versailles to Hoechst, a district of Frankfurt-am-Main. Mr. Murphy’s own office was moved to SHAEF in Frankfurt. This move was necessitated by the gradual closing down of SHAEF Headquarters in Versailles, and the transfer of the American element to Frankfurt, where it became Headquarters, U.S. Forces in the European Theater (USFET) after the dissolution of SHAEF on July 14.