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Papers written during World War II. Vol. 5.

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Papers Prepared During World War II
V
Paul M.A. Linebarger
[half title]
Papers Prepared During World War II
by
Paul M.A. Linebarger
Volume V (Pages 1315 (1) - 1740)

Return to
Paul M.A. Linebarger
2831 29th street, n.w.
Washington 8, D.C.

Bound in 1947
[title page]
OUTSTANDING ITEMS IN VOLUME FIVE[2 leaves]
13 March 1945
PERSONAL MEMORANDUM ON EDUCATION FACILITIES WITHIN THE CHINA THEATER FROM OCTOBER 1943 TO JANUARY 1945
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger
  Captain, Inf.
...
13151
DIARY (17 MARCH 1945)    PMAL
Through Mr. John Kullgren, MIS, I was asked to attend an OWI - Japanese Specialists conference at Colonel Mayer's office at 1000. ...
 2-3
19 March 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR THE OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION: ...
SUBJECT: Inquiry concerning films in Asia.
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger
Captain, GSC
 4
MID 912
19 March 1945
Miss Elsie Weil
ASIA AND THE AMERICAS magazine
...
    Your letter to G-2 has been referred to this office. ...
PAUL M.A. LINEBARGER
Captain, GSC
 5
19 March 1945
Miss Elsie Weil
ASIA AND THE AMERICAS magazine
...
    Writing personally and off the record, I may say that I have just come back--last month--from Chungking, where I'd been stationed at Army Headquarters since 1943. ...
...
PAUL M.A. LINEBARGER
Captain, GSC
 6-7
DAILY WORKER "Party Line" on Soviet Far Eastern Policy

Russian Specialist
Japanese Specialist
German Specialist
IN TURN
Propaganda Branch
19 Mar 45
Linebarger/jbc/73022

    1. On Saturday, 17 Mar 45, the New York DAILY WORKER, official organ of the Communist Political Association, carries a feature by Frederick V. Field, ...
RICHARD HIRSCH
Major, GSC
Acting Chief, Propaganda Branch
 8
19 March 1945 PMAL
MEMORANDUM FOR ASF
SUBJECT: Clearance on "The Japanese Soldier", #2
...
RICHARD HIRSCH, Major, GSC
 9
To Colonel Mayer
    Comment on OWI Leaflets
    1. The attached group of OWI leaflets are apparently from both the China and the SWPA theaters. ...
RICHARD HIRSCH
Major, GSC
pmal/19mar
 10
19 March 1945 PMAL

MEMORANDUM FROM MAJOR HIRSCH TO (1) COLONEL C. apC. JONES, (2) Japanese Specialists (3) OSS, CONCERNING U.S.

MILITARY USE OF KOREAN PRISONERS OF WAR
...
RICHARD HIRSCH
Major GSC
 11
Military Use of Korean Prisoners of War
Policy Staff II              Propaganda Branch              19 Mar 45         1
Japanese Specialist                                        Capt.Linebarger/arl/5504
Joint Security Control
IN TURN
...
RICHARD HIRSCH
Major, GSC
Acting Chief, Propaganda Branch
 12
DIARY NOTES FOR 19 MARCH 1945
LINEBARGER
    In a conversation with a representative of the Information and Education Division of the Army Service Forces, ...
 13
PMAL/ 22 March
COMMENT ON NAVY DOCUMENTS
    1. "A Strategic Plan to Effect the Occupation of Japan" is an excellent, clear-cut statement of the major conditions of Japanese thought ...
 14
    The attached plans, which are submitted for your comment, were transmitted informally from the Navy. ...  15
A Strategic Plan to Effect the Occupation of Japan
Japanese Specialist              Propaganda Branch              22 Mar 45         1
Capt Linebarger/arl/.
5504
    The attached plans, which are submitted for your comment, were transmitted informally by the Navy. ...
RICHARD HIRSCH
Major, GSC
Acting Chief, Propaganda Branch
 16
22 March 1945
PROPAGANDA BRANCH COMMENT ON NAVY PLANS

    1. "A Strategic Plan to Effect the Occupation of Japan" is an excellent, clear-cut statement of the major conditions of Japanese thought ...
 17
DIARY FOR 22 MARCH 1945
LINEBARGER
Upon the invitation of Dr. H.M. Vinacke, Chief, Japan Section, Overseas Branch OWI, I attended a meetng the [sic] the Japan Advisory Council at the Department of State at 1100. ...
 18
23 March 1945
TO : COLONEL BOOTH, JAPAN SPECIALIST
SUBJECT: NOTES TAKEN AT MEETING OF JAPAN ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETING, 22 MARCH 1945, 1100, DEPARTMENT OF STATE
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger,
Capt., GSC
 19-22
AGENDA
JAPAN ADVISORY COMMITTEE
MARCH 22, 1945

    The question in the minds of some members of the Japan Section of the OWI is this: ...
 21a-21c [with handwritten text on each verso of 21b and 21c]
23 March 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL BOOTH, JAPANESE SPECIALIST:
SUBJECT: Notes taken at Meeting of Japan Advisory Council Meeting, 22 March 1945, 1100, Department of State
...
PAUL M. A. LINEBARGER
Captain, GSC
...
 21d-21f
Work dated 29 March
(ILL FROM 26 TO 30 MARCH)
1. Long memo turned in on
        Emmerson group project
...
 22
PMAL
DIARY NOTES         SATURDAY 31 MARCH 1944
Returning to work after 4 1/2 days' illness, I went down to the Japanese Specialists' office in connection with OWI Area III's query: ...
...
DIARY NOTES         MONDAY 2 APRIL 1944
    In the morning I talked extensively with Major Munro, air force, concerning the type of work he might be called on ...
 23
Propaganda Branch, G-2
5 B 737 The Pentagon
3 April 1944
Dear Upshur,
    Your arrival here is being anticipated with interest by a whole mess of people, including myself. ...
 24
Return to Capt. Linebarger
PMAL
4 Apr
Lt. Col. J.A. Burden, Inf., chief of SINTIC, China Theater HQ, looked in for a visit. ...
 [25]
DIARY NOTES (PMAL) FOR 5 APRIL 1945
    Called on Mr. Roy M. North, Deputy Third Assistant Postmaster General, at his invitation, in order to give him my comments ...
 26
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL C. apC. JONES
SUBJECT: Interview of Lt. Curtis Bush, AC
    1. The attached interview is from PM Newspaper for Sunday, 8 April 1945.
...
Richard Hirsch,
Major, GSC
 27
PMAL
DIARY NOTES         FRYDAY 6 APRIL 1945
    Was called down to the office of Colonel Catesby apC. Jones and asked to supply information concerning the status of the Emmerson project for Japanese political warfare. ...
...
DIARY NOTES         SATURDAY 7 APRIL 1945
    Lt. Colonel Burden of China Theater Headquarters spent an hour with me in which we discussed the strategic capabilities of the Japanese Army. ...
 28-29
10 April 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR MAJOR RICHARD HIRSCH
SUBJECT: Young & Rubicam Speech for Brigadier General Rumulo
...
PAUL M. A. LINEBARGER
Captain, GSC
 30-31
(Paul M.A. Linebarger)
DIARY NOTES         MONDAY 9 APRIL 1945
    Was called down to the office of Colonel Buttles. ...
...
DIARY NOTES         TUESDAY 10 APRIL 1945
    At Major Hirsch's direction, took the OWI Background ...
...
DIARY NOTES         WEDNESDAY 11 APRIL 1945
    Was visited by Capt. Upshur Evans, from G-2 China Theater, ...
 32
DIARY NOTES         PMAL         SATURDAY 14 APRIL 1945
    Following the Roosevelt memorial assembly in the Pentagon courtyard, ...
 33
17 April 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR 1) JAPANESE SPECIALIST,  2) COLONEL SWEET, CPM  3) POLITICAL BRANCH, MIS
SUBJECT: American Press Clipings
    The two attached clippings are of interest in connection with American military propaganda affecting the Far East.
...
Richard Hirsch, Major etc,
 34
SOLE COPY.
SECRET.
PMAL    x-5504
APRIL 1945.
FOR BACKGROUND ONLY: STRATEGIC CAPABILITIES OF THE JAPANESE MILIARY FORCES
 35, [and a leaf pasted on verso of 35], 36
DISCUSSION OF STRATEGIC CAPABILITIES OF THE JAPANESE
By PMAL
 37-40
19 April 1945
TO: Major Brower V. York, Translation Branch
FROM: Propaganda Branch, G-2
SUBJECT: Tentative Evaluation of Japanese Subversive Leaflet in Translation
 41
DIARY NOTES         PMAL         SATURDAY 14 APRIL 1945
    Following the Roosevelt memorial assembly in the Pentagon courtyard, the Branch was put on a skeleton basis, and I remained as officer in charge. Late in the afternoon Mr. Nathan of CIAA telephoned Major Hirsch repeatedly, and finally came over to see me. ...
 42
DIARY NOTES         (PMAL)         17 APRIL 1945
    Mr. Hendershot, in charge of part of Southeast Asia at Area III, OWI, called with the statement that OWI had said that ...
...
DIARY NOTES         (PMAL)         18 APRIL 1945
    Colonel Settle of OPD called, inquiring the composition of PWD; ...
...
DIARY NOTES         (PMAL)         19 APRIL 1945
    Delivered copies of the Strategic Estimate of the Japanese Forces to Colonel Johnson OPD ...
 43
1st Ind.
TO: Boardman G. Gettinger, Major AUS, Review Branch, BPR
SUBJECT: Clearance
    1. Subject material has not been cleared for security, nor has it been checked for factual accuracy. ...
Bruce Buttles,
Lt. Col. GSC
Chief, Propaganda Branch
 44
PB/5504
Capt. Linebarger/arl
MID 912
20 April 1945
Mr. Charles J. Durham
...
    In accordance with Miss Sorenson's suggestion, I am keeping one copy of OWI PROGRAM BOOK: ENEMY JAPAN, ...
PAUL M. A. LINEBARGER,
Captain, GSC
 45
PB/5504
Capt Linebarger/arl
MID 912
20 April 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR MAJOR BOARDMAN G. GETTSINGER, REVIEW BRANCH, BPR
SUBJECT: Clearance
...
BRUCE BUTTLES
Lt. Col. GSC
Chief, Propaganda Branch
 46
SECRET
DIARY NOTES         (PMAL)         MONDAY 16 APRIL 1945
    Took Mr. George Kates, formerly OSS-INDEC representative in CHUNGKING ...
 47-8 [a single leaf numbered as "47-8"]
MIS - MID INTRA-OFFICE MEMORANDUM
To: A 6 of S, G-2
Subject: Letter from Mr. McCloy to OWI
Taking Note of Navy Operations
Plan 1-45

    1. Navy Operations Plan 1-45 proposes to "make unnecessary an opposed landing on the Japanese main islands, ...
...
BRUCE BUTTLES
Lt. Col., GSC
...
 49
WAR DEPARTMENT
SUMMARY SHEET
...
FOR 2 APPROVAL      3 SIGNATURE      1 Concurrence and return to G-2      FROM ... PB ...      Lt. Col. Buttles 73022
SUBJECT Navy-OWI Special Plan for a Spokesman to Broadcast to Japan DATE 20 April 1945

SUMMARY
    1. The Navy Department transmitted to OWI a plan, entitled "Operations Plan 1-45", designed to "make unnecessary an opposed landing on the Japanese main islands, ...
...
CLAYTON BISSELL
Major General, GSC
Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2
...
 50
INSTRUCTIONS
1. PURPOSE. Summary Sheet functions as means of furnishing Office, Chief of Staff and Office, Secretary of War with brief or summary and necessary background information on matters for action or signature in these offices.
...
 [verso of leaf 50]
DRAFT OF SUMMARY SHEET

1 OPD     1 Concurrence and return to G-2
2 C/S     2 Approval
3 S/W     3 Signature
PB
Capt. Linebarger, 5504
Navy-OWI Propaganda Project to Expedite Japanese Surrenders
...
CLAYTON BISSELL
Major General, GSC
Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2
...
 50a
Colonel C. apC. Jones:
    I am leaving this informal note in lieu of reporting to you verbally on the matter you referred to me this morning. ...
Paul M.A. Linebarger
20 April 1945
 51
23 April 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL BUTTLES
SUBJECT: "Combat Propaganda in the Pacific"
    This paper is well prepared and conveys an accurate over-all estimate of the problems to be encountered in shifting from a European enemy to the Japanese.
...
 52-53
24 April 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR LT. COL. BUTTLES
SUBJECT: Comment on Proposed Addition to Central Directive Concerning Suicides by Japanese
...
PMAL
 54
23 April 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL BUTTLES
Subject: "Handling, Training, and Reorientation of Japanese Prisoners of War"
...
PMAL
 55
26 Apr.
MEMORANDUM FOR LEGISLATIVE AND LIAISON SECTION
SUBJECT: Pamphlet on Philippine Atrocities
...
Bx PMAL draft
 56
25 April
Romeelo === Lockhart -- Ww (pictures?) ...
 [numberless leaf bound between 56 and 57]
28 April 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR MAJOR HIRSCH
SUBJECT: Impact Comment
...
PMAL
 57
DRAFT DIARY NOTES (PMAL)
FOR 28 APRIL 1945
  Lt. Colonel RISCHE telephoned me and asked me to come to see him. ...
 58
SUMMARY SHEET
To; Joint Security Control (for approval)
To OPD for Concurrence
From PB Capt. Linebarger 5504
Subject: Paper prepared for OWI comprising a Seculative [sic] Estimate of Japanese Capabilities
...
Bruce Buttles,
Lt. Colonel, GSC
etc.
...
 59a
DISPOSITION FORM
To: OPD (Gen.Lincoln, 3E788)
    Joint Security Control     In turn.
For: Approval of Clearance of OWI of "Speculative Estimate of the Strategic Capabilities of the Japanese Military Forces"
From: Propaganda Branch (Lt. Col. Buttles, 73022)
...
Bruce Buttles
Lt. Col., GSC etc.
...
 59b [verso of 58a]
WAR DEPARTMENT
SUMMARY SHEET
 59c
INSTRUCTIONS
1. PURPOSE. Summary Sheet functions as means of furnishing Office, Chief of Staff and Office, Secretary of War with brief or summary and necessary background information on matters for action or signature in these offices.
...
 [verso of leaf 59c]
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE DIVISION, G-2
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE SERVICE
INTRA-OFFICE MEMORANDUM
 59d
1. In line with Chennault statement last week, concerning 14th AF denial of overland ocrridor to the Japanese, ...  60
[Note: "61, letter to MacNail, removed"--Leaf 62] [Note: leaf 61 was removed]
1 May 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR ALL OFFICERS:
SUBJECT: Distribution of Tele-con Scripts.
...
BRUCE BUTTLES
Lt. Col., GSC
Chief, Propaganda Branch

...
 62
    On International (Communist) Labor Day, Chairman Mao Tse-tung of the Chinese Communist regime denounced the Chungking government in the bitterest terms yet used. ...  63
    May Day speech by Mao Tse-tung noted here, especially reference to "General Scobie". ...  64
    May Day speech by Mao Tse-tung noted here, though it did not reach press. Reference to "General Scobie" in connection with ...  65
COPY
BRITISH POLITICAL WARFARE MISSION
BRITISH EMBASSY
Washington 8, D. C.
Telephone: HObart 1340
CONFIDENTIAL in private sense
28th April, 1945.
Dear Paul:
         In connection with your inquiry about the period in which we broadcast the names of Japanese prisoners of war, ...
...
Geoffrey Gorer.
Captain Paul Linebarger, G.S.C.,
Propaganda Branch G2,
...
 66
BRITISH POLITICAL WARFARE MISSION
BRITISH EMBASSY
WASHINGTON 8, D. C.
Telephone: HObart 1340
CONFIDENTIAL
28th April, 1945.
Dear Paul:
         In connection with your inquiry about the period in which we broadcast the names of Japanese prisoners of war, ...
Geoffrey Gorer.
Captain Paul Linebarger, G.S.C.,
Propaganda Branch G2,
...
 [a leaf stapled on verso of 66]
Subject: OWI Request for information
Chief, MIS
    1. For use in overseas broadcasts in the Japanese language, OWI Overseas Branch (Area III) has requested of Propaganda Branch that there be supplied all the declassified battle order which may be releasable for propaganda purposes.
...
Bruce Buttles,
Lieut. Col., GSC
etc.
 67
  [no leaf numbered "68" exists]
Classification: SECRET
Precedence: DEFERRED
Date: 5 May 1945
MAO TSE HYPHEN TUNG RPT MAO TSE HYPHEN TUNG MAY DAY SPEECH NOTED HERE CMA THOUGH IT DID NOT REACH PRESS PRD REFERENCE TO QTE GENERAL SCOBIE UNQTE IN CONNECTION WITH QTE ALLIED COMMANDERS IN CHINA UNQTE ...
 69
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD

    1. The Propaganda Branch, G-2, is required to represent thge War Department in the initiation and clearance of weekly, special, and other propaganda plans ...
 70 [verso of 69]
SECRET (DRAFT)
I.O.M.
1. Japanese Specialist (Col. Mayer)      PB      5 May
2. Asiatic Section,OPD      In turn
For Concurrence
    1. The attached proposed message to CG USF China Theater pertains to the propaganda treatment which the War Department is ...
...
Bruce Buttles
Lt. Colonel etc.
 71
PMAL/5504
APRIL 1945
SECRET
    FOR BACKGROUND ONLY: SPECULATIVE ESTIMATE OF THE STRATEGIC CAPABILITIES OF THE JAPANESE MILITARY FORCES
 72-77
7 May 1945
TO : Dr. George Taylor, Area III, OWI
SUBJECT: Qualified Japanese-language Personnel
FROM : Paul M.A. Linebarger, Capt. GSC
    I suggest that OWI may find a good field for the recruitment of Japanese language personnel by getting in touch with the Army ...
 78
May 8, 1945
Dean Calvin Hoover
Graduate School
Duke University
Durham, North Carolina.

Dear Dean Hoover,
    You have probably heard from Professor Wilson or Cole that I was sent back from the China Theatre to Washington. ...
PAUL M. A. LINEBARGER
Captain, GSC
 78a-78b
May 8, 1945
Mr. Charles Sydnor, Jr.
...
    Professor Wilson just talked with me on the telephone about your invitation to me to come to the YMCA forum on International Affairs at Duke next week. ...
PAUL M. A. LINEBARGER
Captain, GSC
 78c
PMAL/8 May 1945
SUBJECT: "Unconditional Surrender": OWI Use and Enemy Reactions in the Pacific
 79-80
DF
PMAL
17 Jan. 1946
    TAG    FROM G-2 WDGS
To Major General J.A. Ulio, The Adjutant General
 81
SUBJECT: Guidance on Propaganda Policy desired by the China Theater Respecting Relationship between the United States and Chinese Communist Military Forces 82-83
(Draft)
I. O. M.
TO: A.C. of S., G-2
FROM: PB
SUBJECT: Transmitting Two Down and One To Go to the Japanese
...
Bruce Buttles,
Lt. Colonel, GSC
PROPAGANDA BRANCH
 84
USE OF MATERIAL CONCERNING AMG ACTIVITIES IN EUROPE FOR ANTIJAPANESE PROPAGANDA
...
W.A. AIKEN
 85
ASSISTING ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
...
Outline of Organization Proposed by Cheng Kai-ming
Reference: China Theater AG:383.6, letter dated 5 April 1945
 86
MEMORANDUM FOR LIAISON WITH THE WAR DEPARTMENT, DEPARTMENT OF STATE
SUBJECT: A Document from the Chinese National Army G-2 entitled, "Proposal of Utilization of Japanese Civilians and Prisoners of War
FOR ? Information ad Return to the War Department
...
EDWARD H. MILLER
Lt. Colonel, GSC
Liaison with the State Department
 87
SUBJECT: Comment on the Chinese Document, "Proposal of Utilization of Japanese Civilians and Prisoners of War"
TO : Lt. Col. Edward H. Miller, Washington Liaison, MIS
...
Bruce Buttles,
Lt. Colonel, GSC
Chief, Propaganda Branch
 88
IOM
TO: Edward H. Miller, Lt. Col., GSC (State Department Liaison) 2D829
SUBJECT: Chinese G-2 Memorandum concerning a Controlled Japanese Movement
...
BRUCE BUTTLES
 89
16 May 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL BUTTLES
SUBJECT: Otto Tolischus' Through Japanese Eyes
    1. Subject book is based primarily on a compilation of quotations made by OWI in 1943. ...
PMAL
 90
  [no leaf numbered "91" exists]
17 May 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL BUTTLES
SUBJECT: PB Information for Pacific Branch OPD
    1. Pursuant to the request of Colonel Wilson, Pacific Branch OPD, made yesterday, ...
PMAL
 92
Control Associations of the "Japan Storage and Warehouse Control Corporation" -- use for areas -- from INDEC list R-356 dated 5 May 1945 93
19 May 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL BUTTLES
SUBJECT: Comment on Material Prepared by the War Advertising Council
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger
Captain, GSC
 94
18 May 1945
SUBJECT: Request by German Specialist
    1. Colonel Moynihan (?), who identified himself as a German Specialist ...
PMAL
 95
  [no leaf numbered "96" exists]
OWI- C O N F I D E N T I A L
(DRAFT) ANNEX ON JAPAN'S POSITION IN CHINA #2
 97
PMAL
21 May
DRAFT GUIDANCE ON CHINESE CONSTITUTION
 98
JAPANESE PROPAGANDA OPERATIONS AND MACHINERY 99
PMAL
22 May 1945
NEW ORGANIZATION OF THE JAPANESE PROPAGANDA ADMINISTRATION
1415100
HIGHLIGHTS OF JAPANESE PROPAGANDA OPERATIONS AND STRUCTURE-CHANGES
FOR THE WEEK 17 - 23 MAY 1945
...
From Propaganda Branch, G-2
For PacificBranch, OPD (Col.Thackston)
PMAL/pmal/3cc
 101
(TO BE TYPED ON I.O.M. FROM PB TO CHIEF, MIS, DATED 4 MAY 1945
24 May 1945 No.3
To: Chief, MIS      From: Propaganda Branch      Capt.Linebarger, 5504
    1. Pursuant to directions from Chief, MIS, given in Comment No.2, ...
...
BRUCE BUTTLES
Lt. Col., GSC
Chief, Propaganda Branch
 102
PORTION OF A DRAFT DIRECTIVE ON PROPAGANDA ANALYSIS 103-104
OWI- C*O*N*F*I*D*E*N*T*I*A*L
28 May
ANNEX ON JAPAN'S POSITION IN CHINA III
 105-106
30 May 1945
RECENT JAPANESE PROPAGANDA CONCERNING THE U.S.S.R.
 107
1 June 1945
CHANGES SUGGESTED FOR POCKET GUIDE TO CHINA
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger
Capt., GSC
x-5504
 108-110
1 June 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR THE JAPANESE SPECIALIST:
SUBJECT: Meeting of the Japan Advisory Committee (for OWI).
...
PMAL
 111-112
TO Mr. Edward Barrett ...
FROM Bruce Buttles ...
    1. By SECRET cable dated 2 June 1945, Lieutenant General Wedemeyer requests that OWI overseas propaganda effect more direct support of the policies and operations of his Theater ...
 113
MEMORANDUM FOR THE LIAISON OFFICER, DEPARTMENT OF STATE
  SUBJECT: Memorandum from Propaganda Branch, G-2, to Overseas Branch, OWI, concerning Propaganda affecting the Military Mission of the China Theater
...
Edward H. Miller
Lieutenant Colonel, GSC
Liaison with the State Department
...
1428114
OWI-CONFIDENTIAL
4 June 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR CAPTAIN . . PHILIPS, USN
  SUBJECT: Guidance for OWI, designed to keep them out of Prohibited Subjects
...
Bruce Buttles,
Lt. Colonel, GSC
Chief
Propaganda Branch

CONFIDENTIAL
1429 
GUIDANCE FOR DISCUSSION OF THE PACIFIC WAR AS AN ENTIRETY 1430 
To L & LD, WDSS      From G-2
4 June 1945      Comment No.2
Lt Col Buttles/73022
    1. The following statement of facts is provided for use at your discretion.
...
CLAYTON BISSELL
Major General, GSC
A. C. of S., G-2
1431 
To L & LD, WDSS      From G-2
4 June 1945      Comment No.2
Lt Col Buttles/73022
    1. The following statement of facts is provided for use at your discretion.
...
CLAYTON BISSELL
Major General, GSC
A. C. of S., G-2
1432 
RESTRICTED
File No. WDSLL/954-2-3
Inquiry Concerning Japanese Broadcasts
To A.C. of S., G-2
From Propaganda Branch      Date 4 June 1945      Comment No.1
Lt Col Buttles/ 73022
    1. In the process of checking on this material, Major Hirsch of this Branch telephoned Colonel Dinsmore and mentioned the fact that the original utterance was made by Representative Johnson of Oklahoma.
...
Bruce Buttles
Lt. Colonel, GSC
Chief, Propaganda Branch
1433 
JAPANESE PROPAGANDA HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK 30 MAY TO 6 JUNE 1945
    The Japanese propaganda system attempts to play up the Giretsu airborne units and the Shinrai (piloted explosive plane with mother-plane) units as answers to the American material superiority. ...
...
from PMAL, Propaganda Branch, x-5504
1434 
FBI SEIZES 6 AS SPIES, TWO IN STATE DEPT.New York times. 7 June 1945, p.1, 36 [newspaper clipping] 1434a 
Six Seized in Espionage Plot. Times herald. Thursday, June 7, 1945, p.1, 5 [newspaper clipping] 1434b 
U.S. Moves to Plug Leaks After Arrests. The Washington post. 8 June, 1945, p.11 [newspaper clipping] 1434c 
8 June
PERSONAL MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL BUTTLES
SUBJECT: Far Eastern and Other Suggested Queries in Europe
    1. What has happened to the rich German collections of information on psychological warfare conditions ...
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger,
Capt. GSC
1434d 
8 June
DRAFT OF A PROPOSED MESSAGE TO GENERAL WEDEMEYER
    Arrested by Federal Bureau of Investigation on charge of violating Espionage Act provisions respecting unauthorized possession or transmittal of national defense data were the following six persons: ...
1435-1436 
DRAFT OWI-CONFIDENTIAL
MEMORANDUM
To: Mr. George Taylor, Deputy Director (Area III), Overseas Branch, OWI
From: Bruce Buttles, Lt. Col.GSC, Chief Propaganda Branch
    1. The enclosed RESTRICTED document presents the vocabulary to accompany the CONFIDENTIAL precis of Japanese battle order which was given to you for broadcast use. ...
1437 
                             Unit         Romaji
           Antiaircraft Artillery Regt         Kōshahō Rentai
Antiaircraft Defence Unit          Bōkūtai
...
[a list of terms for military units with corresponding Japanese terms in romaji]
1438-1440 
CHINESE MILITARY UNITY
    In order to correct possible misrepresentation of the role of the United States forces in the China Theatre:
...
This is John Fairbank's modification of the Wedemeyer letter on P.     Note that he twists #1 only by verbal indication that he will delete the qualifying clause, but turns #4 around.
1441 
JAPANESE PROPAGANDA HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK 7 TO 13 JUNE, 1945
    The big Japanese news of the week, apart from B-29 raids, was the opening of the Imperial Diet on 9 June.
...
Paul Linebarger, Capt., GSC
Propaganda Branch (x-5504)
1442 
14 June 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR SOCIOLOGICAL BRANCH
SUBJECT: The filing and Indexing of Far Eastern Propaganda Materials
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger,
Captain, GSC
Propaganda Branch, G-2
1443-1444 
To L & LD          From PB
Subject letter pertains to American policy respectining to our present and postwar attitude toward the ceremonies and functions of the Shintoist religion of Japan. ...
1445 
G-2 buckslip to Japanese Specialist
16 June
...
The attached cables represent a fair cross-section of the OWI intelligence intake from the Far East.
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger, Capt.GSC, x-5504
1446 
G-2 Buckslip to Japanese Specialist
16 June
...
The New Leader is a Left-wing non-Stalinist newspaper edited by Socialists, Trotskyites and related groups. ...
...
PMAL
1447 
[ INFORMAL CONTRIBUTION FOR DRAFT CENTRAL DIRECTIVE OF 20 JUNE 1945 ]
1. AFTER OKINAWA
    a. The fall of OKINAWA will itself touch off special propaganda operations which will recaptitulate the advantages accruing to us as a result of securing the island. ...
1448-1449 
MIS LECTURE ON PROPAGANDA
1. Psychological Warfare in the Pacific War ...
1450 
Reading file till Col. Buttles' return.
Then to PMAL.
21 June
[a leaf pasted on verso of 1450] 
OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION
WASHINGTON, D.C.
June 18, 1945
Captain Paul Linebarger
Propaganda Branch, G - 2
...
    You are invited to attend a meeting of the OWI advisory group on China, to be held on Wednesday, June 20 at 4:30 p.m. in Mr. Currie's office, room 234, Department of State, 17th & Pa. Ave. N.W.
...
John K. Fairbank
Assistant Deputy Director
John C.Caldwell
Chief, China Section
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD
    I attended this meeting. Mr. Currie yielded his desk to Dr. Fairbank, and took very little part in the proceedings. ...
Paul M.A. Linebarger, Capt.GSC
1450A 
JAPANESE PROPAGANDA HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK 14 TO 20 JUNE 1945
    On 16 June, the Japanese radio predicted that the American enemy would seek reduction of Japan's fighting power by the use of airraids against the homeland "on a scale hitherto unknown." ...
1451 
Made for my own use only.
Precis of MIS Project 1199-A: 6 June 1945 The Chinese Communist Movement 1919-1945
CHARACTER OF THE REPORT
    The problem of the Chinese Communist armies has long been recognised as one of the most perplexing mysteries in the Far East. ...
1452-1459 
COMMENT ON THE PROPOSAL, That There be Established a Combined Anti-Nazi Propaganda Nucleus, wholly Military in Character, for the Post-war Period
...
PMAL/pmal 23 June 1945
1460 
Note
JCS Joint Logistics Committee appointed the following as a subcommittee to report on JCS 1395, ...
1461-4 [a single leaf numbered as "1461-4"]  
27 June 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD:
SUBJECT: Special Assignment Sheet on Japan's Unconditional Surrender.
...
PMAL
1464a 
JAPANESE PROPAGANDA HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK 21 TO 27 JUNE 1945
    The Japanese radio attempts to soften the psychological effect of the fall of OKINAWA by claiming that the battle actually resulted in a Japanese victory. ...
1465 
CHART #1 : PRESENT POLICY LINKAGE OF UNITED STATES PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE AGAINST JAPAN1466 
CHART #2: PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE SITUATION OF AN AMERICAN THEATER COMMANDER1467 
CHART #3: PROPOSED MODIFICATION OF THE PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE CONTROL SYSTEM1468 
 [no leaf numbered "1469" exists] 
DRAFT

MID      
30 June 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR: Dr. Harold Vinacke,
           Chief, Japan Section,
           Area III,
           Overseas Branch,
           Office of War Information,
           Social Security Building

SUBJECT: The Utilization of Photographs of Japanese Prisoners of War
...
BRUCE BUTTLES
Lt Colonel, GSC
Chief, Propaganda Branch
...
1470 
From PB              To Chief, MIS              30 June              Comment #1
    1. Extensive inquiry among the policy and operational authorities in Area III (Far East), OWI, indictates that OWI has not yet prepared ...
BRUCE BUTTLES
Lt Colonel, GSC
Chief, Propaganda Branch
1471 
DRAFT
(G-2 Letterhead)
MID 912
30 June 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR LIEUTENANT COLONEL HERBERT LITTLE, OSS:
SUBJECT: The Meteorology of Incendiary Raids Against Japan
...
BRUCE BUTTLES
Lt Colonel, GSC
Chief, Propaganda Branch
cc Mr. George Taylor, OWI
1472-1473 
CONVERSATION WITH COLONEL BUTTLES CONCERNING PSYCHOILOGICAL WARFARE HQ SHOWN IN CHART ON PAGE 14681474 
IOM
SECRET
SUBJECT: ....eye Interview
Linebarger/5504
TO Lt. Colonel Edward H. Miller,      FROM Propaganda Branch   DATE  COMMENT #1
...
BRUCE BUTTLES
Lt. Colonel, GSC
Chief, Propaganda Branch
1475 
 [no leaf numbered "1476" exists] 
3 July 1945
Commander Edward Brumby
EXOS
Navy Department
Washington, D.C.
...
    Following our conversation of 20 June, I attempted to follow through on the matter of Mr. Hall's English Chinese Memory Dictionary ...
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger,
...
1477 
HEADQUARTERS
UNITED STATES FORCES
CHINA THEATER
IWM/flr
A. P. O. 879
26 May 1945.
SUBJECT: Chinese Language Text.
TO : Captain Paul M. A. Linebarger, Chief, Far Eastern Branch, Propaganda Branch, G-2, Washington, D. C.
...
I. W. MORRIS, JR.
Major, G.S.C.
Asst. to AC of S, G-2
...
1477a 
CCD/rpm/r1
24 May 1945
Subject: Chinese Language Text.
To: The Commanding General, U.S. Forces China Theater, APO 879.
Thru: The AC of S., G-2, HQ USFCT APO 879.
...
C. C. DUSENBURY,
Colonel, G.S.C.,
Military Attache.
1477b 
1st Ind.
TO : AC of S, G-2 (Attention Major I.W. Morris)
    1. Mr. Halls book was delivered by the undersigned to Lieutenant Commander Joseph Bennett, USNR, ...
...
PAUL M.A. LINEBARGER,
...
1478 
CHART #5: DRAFT CHART SHOWING PROPOSED LOCATIONS WITHIN THE OFFICES OF OWI1479 
STATEMENT OF FUNCTIONS OF A PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE GROUP TO FUNCTION WITHIN THE OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION1480 
STATEMENT OF FUNCTIONS OF A MILITARY PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE GROUP TO FUNCTION WITHIN THE O.W.I.1480A 
JAPANESE PROPAGANDA HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK 28 JUNE TO 4 JULY 1945
    The Japanese radio continued to give chief prominence, in both its domestic and foreign broadcasts, ...
1481 
CHART #6:
DRAFT TABLE OF ORGANIZATION OF JOINT PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE GROUP
1482 
CHART_07 (SUPERSEDING CHART NO. 3)
PROPOSED REORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES JOINT PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE CONTROL AND POLICY DEFINITION
1483 
CHART__7 (SUPERSEDING CHART NO. 3)
PROPOSED REORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES JOINT PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE CONTROL AND POLICY DEFINITION
1483A 
Chart No. 7
  (superseding Chart No. 3)
PROPOSED REORGANIZATION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE AGENCIES
1484 
Chart #6:
DRAFT TABLE OF ORGANIZATION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE GROUP
1485 
BORNEO (Not for Use)1486-1487 
THE CHINA COAST (Not for Use)1488-1489 
PB/5504
Capt Linebarger/jbc

3 July 1945
Commander Edward Brumby
EXOS, Navy Department
Washington 25, D. C.
...
    Following our conversation of 20 June, I attempted to follow through on the matter of Mr. Hall's English Chinese Memory Dictionary ...
...
PAUL M. A. LINEBARGER
Captain, GSC
Chief, Far Eastern Section
Propaganda Branch
...
1490 
Below is 1st Ind to attached letter from Hq, US Forces, China Theater, 26 May 1945, signed Major I. W. Morris, Jr.
...
1st Ind.
PMAL/jbc
WDGS, Millitary Intelligence Division, Washington 25, D.C., 3 July 1945
...
PAUL M. A. LINEBARGER
Captain, GSC
Chief, Far Eastern Section
Propaganda Branch
...
1491-1492 
HEADQUARTERS
UNITED STATES FORCES
CHINA THEATER
IWM/flr
A. P. O. 879
26 May 1945.
SUBJECT: Chinese Language Text.
TO : Captain Paul M. A. Linebarger, Chief, Far Eastern Branch, Propaganda Branch, G-2, Washington, D,.C.
...
I. W. MORRIS, JR.
Major, G.S.C.
Asst. to AC of S, G-2
...
1492A 
CCD/rpm/r1
24 May 1945
Subject: Chinese Language Text.
To: The Commanding General, U.S. Forces China Theater, APO 879.
Thru: The AC of S, G-2, HQ USFCT APO 879.
...
C. C. DUSENBURY,
Colonel, G.S.C.,
Military Attache.
1492B 
MEMORANDUM FOR DEPUTY DIRECTOR, AREA III, OVERSEAS BRANCH, OWI:
SUBJECT: Japanese Picture Booklet concerning GEACPS
    1. The attached booklet is furnished on loan for your information and for reproduction by your agency if desired.
...
BRUCE BUTTLES
Lt. Colonel, GSC
Chief, Propaganda Branch
1493 
PROPAGANDA HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK 5 JULY TO 11 JULY 1945
    Most Japanese propaganda was defensive throughout the week. ...
1494 
(G-2 Letterhead)
MID 912
13 July 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR DEPUTY DIRECTOR, AREA III, OVERSEAS BRANCH, OWI:
SUBJECT: Availability of The Infantry Journal for reissue in China
    1. It is understood from the editor of The Infantry Journal, Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Greene, that the Journal is no longer being made available to United States forces in the China Theater through Army channels, ...
BRUCE BUTTLES
etc.
...
1495 
(G-2 Letterhead)
13 July 1945
Colonel Joseph I. Greene, USA
Editor, The Infantry Journal
...
    The enclosure indicates that we are notifying Chungking through several channels of the availability of The Infantry Journal. ...
BRUCE BUTTLES
etc.
1496 
(G-2 Letterhead)
Lieutenant Colonel Edward A. Pagels, FA
Theater Psychological Warfare Officer
China Theater
...
    Captain Linebarger, who recently returned from your Theater and subsequently joined this Branch, has stated as a matter of first-hand observation that Chinese officers have considerable curiosity about the Infantry Journal ...
...
BRUCE BUTTLES
Lt Colonel, GSC
Chief, Propaganda Branch
...
1497 
(G-2 Letterhead;
original and two copies to go to
Colonel Miller, 2D829)

MEMORANDUM FOR THE LIAISON OFFICER, DEPARTMENT OF STATE
SUBJECT: Letter concerning republication of The Infantry Journal in China
    1. Because of the interest which your Department has shown in matters affecting copyright relations between the United States and the Chinese Republic, ...
...
EDWARD H. MILLER
Lieutenant Colonel, GSC
Liaison with the State Department
...
1498 
12 July 1945
(INTRA-BRANCH)
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL BUTTLES
SUBJECT: Sky-writing over Major Japanese Cities
    1. Dr. Helmut Landsberg, a senior meteorologist of the XX BC ...
...
PMAL
1499 
14 July 1945
MEMORANDUM
SUBJECT: Availability of The Infantry Journal for reissue in China
    1. It is understood from the editor of The Infantry Journal, Colonel Joseph Greene, that the Journal is no longer being made available to United States forces in the China Theater through Army channels, ...
1500 
14 July 1945
Horace Eng, 1st Lt., ADC
Headquarters, U.S.F., C.T.
...
Dear Horace,
    I have been wanting to answer your letter in considerable detail but find my office hours filled up with a lot of routine ...
1501-1502 
I. JAPANESE MILITARY FORCES (FOR BACKGROUND ONLY: NOT FOR USE)1505-1506 [bound between 1502 and 1503]
14 July 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR DR. JOHN FAIRBANK, ASSISTANT DEPUTY DIRECTOR, AREA III, OWI:
SUBJECT: The Infantry Journal
    1. Attached is the memorandum which I promised you two weeks ago. ...
...
PAUL M. A. LINEBARGER
Captain, GSC
Propaganda Branch, G-2
1503 
secret
17 July 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL BUTTLES:
SUBJECT: OSS-MO Drafts of Combined Psychological Warfare Plan against Japan, and Other Papers
1504b 
secret

    In general, the section headed PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE AGAINST JAPANESE TROOPS is sound, carefully phrased, and unobjectionable on all counts.
...
PMAL
1505 [bis] 
Pentagon
Room 4 C 963
Maj. Higgins 74454

ORIENTATION LECTURE FOR A GROUP OF JOURNALISTS:
            JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGY IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR
...
lect given 17 July 1945
1504a [bound between 1505 and 1506]
JAPANESE PROPAGANDA HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK 12 JULY TO 18 JULY
    The Allied air and sea bombardments, as the Japanese radio and press reveal, have had a shattering effect on the public. ...
1506 
DRAFT
ARMY REGULATIONS
  No.         
WAR DEPARTMENT,            
Washington 25, D.C.,         
PROPAGANDA
1507-1516 
OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION
WASHINGTON
MEMORANDUM
July 19, 1945.
TO:      Captain Paul M.A. Linebarger
         Propaganda Branch, G-2.
FROM:    John K. Fairbank
         Asst. Deputy Director, Area III.
SUBJECT: The Infantry Journal.
1516a 
Proposal to call for two major DISTRICT OFFICES (one for Tokyo-Yokohama, the other for KOBE-OSAKA-KYOTO), with smaller regional offices to be set up at a later date for NORTH JAPAN (Sendai?) and WEST JAPAN (Shimonoseki).1517 
DRAFT CHART OF THE FIRST (OR SECOND) INFORMATION CONTROL DISTRICT HEADQUARTERS, JAPAN1518 
CHARTS OF AN INFORMATION CONTROL DIVISION, HEADQUARTERS, UNITED STATES FORCES, JAPAN AND OF BASIC ORGANIZATION FOR INFORMATION CONTROL DISTRICT HEADQUARTERS, JAPAN FOR POST-COMBAT PROPAGANDA ACTIVITIES OF THE U.S. FORCES1519 
DRAFT CHART OF AN INFORMATION CONTROL DIVISION, FOR HEADQUARTERS, UNITED STATES FORCES, JAPAN1520 
I. SUMMARY
    1. The attached study provides the absolute minimum for the effectuation of an information control policy in Japan.
...
1521 
Follows and supplements outline prepared 25 July by Colonel Buttles.

    5. For field operations, it is considered that Information Control District Headquarters, an agency adapted from European experience, would appear appropriate ...
1522-1524 
U.S. TREATMENT OF THE POTSDAM ULTIMATUM1525-1526 
28 July 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR GENERAL DAVIS:
SUBJECT: Request from OWI for Coordinate Action concerning the Potsdam Ultimatum
1527 
28 July
1. OWI, Area III
...
12. FBIS, FCC

    The attached study and accompanying chart show the organization, composition, and probable routine of the Japanese Board of Information. ...
...
BRUCE BUTTLES
Lt. Col., GSC
Chief, Propaganda Branch
1528 
COMMENT ON POCKET GUIDE TO CHINA
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger
x-5504
See also memo of 1 June 1945.
1529-1530 
Written for Major Gilman Spencer, AUS, formerly Assistant Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, who desired to make sure that a projected courier assignment would take him on over the Hump into China.

    1. It would be of interest to the agencies of the War Department and OWI officially concerned if ...
1531 
JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGY IN THE G.E.A. WAR

The Japanese are unlike any other enemy whom the United States has faced. ...
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger,
Capt., GSC
Propaganda Branch, G-2
2 August 1945
1532-1537, 1537a, 1538-1540, 1541-2, 1543-1545["1541-2" is a single leaf bound between 1540 and 1543]
PB/5504
Capt. Linebarger/jbc

2 August 1945
PROPAGANDA HIGHLIGHTS FOR WEEK 26 July to 1 August 1945:
    The Potsdam Proclamation dominated the Japanese press, radio and the Empire's satellite stations during the week. ...
1546-1547 
SUGGESTED ADDITIONAL LECTURES FOR THE SHORT CURRICULUM FOR INFORMATION CONTROL, JAPAN
    Each lecture to be one hour, within capabilities of the OWI staff believed to be available. ...
1548-1549 
INSERT #1
    German propaganda may be considered to have reached its high points in success when it fought wars which did not have to happen. ...
1550 
(ADDENDUM TO HIRSCH LECTURE)
    The Japanese psychological warfare effort havebeen weak and generally ineffectual in cases calling for actually propaganda. ...
1551-1557p.8-p.14
DRAFT I.O.M.
    1. Assignment of Captain William F. Glei, 0-889104, Infantry, to Propaganda Branch is requested. ...
1558 
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL BUTTLES:
6 August
SUBJECT: Papers Appertainig to the Postwar Reorientation of Japan
...
P.M.A.L.
1559-1562 
confidential

             COMMENT No.1
TO: George E. Taylor, Area III, OWI    From: Propaganda Branch  Date: 7 August 1945
    1. Inquiry has been made and the current War Department reply to your questions are as follows:
...
Bruce Buttles etc.
1563 
InSubjectOutcome
24 MarchFind issuer of FE ref. booksLang. bks seen
... ... ...
...
1563a 
HINTS ON PRONOUNCING CHINESE
    Use the first two paragraphs and then continue as follows:
    As you will see the first time that you walk down a Chinese street, the Chinese themselves do not have a SPELLING of their language. ...
1564 
RUSSIAN ENTRY
1. Chinese reactions.
    a. Free China (Chungkingite).
    The general public will unquestionably show high enthusiasm for the Russian entry into the war. ...
...
WITHDRAWAL OF JAPANESE FORCES
1. China.
    Wherever Japanese forces fall back and leave room for the Generalissimo's troops to advance, there will be general rejoicing among the population if the area is not one in which ...
1565-1566 
9 August 1945
1450
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL BUTTLES
Subject: Identification of Atomic Bomb Targets as Being Military in Character
    1. Pursuant to the attached document, I informed Mr. Frank Schuler of the desire of high authorities in the WD that OWI reaffirm its long-standing lines of identifying the targets of American air attack as possessing ...
...
PMAL
1567 
PROPAGANDA HIGHLIGHTS FOR WEEK 2 AUGUST THROUGH 8 AUGUST:
    The atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima completely overshadowed the main efforts of Radio Tokyo for the period 2 - 8 August. ...
...
LFB
Ext. 5504
1567a-1567b 
(1568 letter to Mr. Grew, removed)
5B737 The Pentagon
Washington, D.C.

10 August 1945
Dear Homer,
    It would be a pleasure to see your paper on the nomenclature of the Japanese emperors. ...
1568-1569[a single leaf numbered as "1568-1569"]
THE JAPANESE EMPEROR AND HIS CULT
by
Professor Homer H. Dubs
Department of Chinese
Columbia, University
1570a-1570s 
11 August 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR LIEUTENANT COLONEL BUTTLES:
SUBJECT: Administrative Action Required for Immediate Initiation of Information Control in Japan
    1. The attached Annexes tabulate, in rough form, some of the policy and administrative papers which must be prepared ...
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger,
Captain, GSC
1571-1572 
ANNEX I : PAPERS REQUIRED FOR THE INSTALLATION OF INFORMATION CONTROL IN JAPAN1573 
ANNEX II : PAPERS REQUIRED FOR THE INITIATION OF INFORMATION CONTROL IN JAPAN1574-1575 
ANNEX III : PAPERS REQUIRED FOR THE SKELETON ROUTINE OF INFORMATION CONTROL IN JAPAN1576-1577 
ANNEX IV : PAPERS REQUIRED FOR THE REGULAR ROUTINE OF INFORMATION CONTROL IN JAPAN1578-1579 
SECRET ROUTINE
TO CINCAFPAC FROM WARCOS
    INITIAL POLICY FOR CONTROL OF JAPANESE INFORMATION SERVICES IN SUBJECT.(TO CINCAFPAC FROM WARCOS) FOR YOUR INFORMATION AND GUIDANCE, ...
1580-1581 
    Paraphrase of Proposed Outgoing Message
To: General MacArthur
From: War Department
Date: 15 August 1945
Subject: Policy Respecting Japanese Informational Agencies in the Initial Post-Surrender Phase
    The following suggestions re to inform and to guide you. ...
1582-1583 
HIGHLIGHTS OF JAPANESE PROPAGANDA FOR THE WEEK 9 TO 15 AUGUST 1945
    Propaganda, as such, was crowded off the air by the amount of news which had to be transmitted. ...
1584 
European directives
1. Foreign workers and DPs ...
1585 
TO: Col. Sweet, Chief, CPM Branch, MIS      From PB              17 August 1945
    1. The post-VJ materials desired from prisoner interrogation by Propaganda Branch are in general identical with requirements previously enumerated. ...
1586 
PERSONAL MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL BUTTLES
SUBJECT: Far Eastern and Other Suggested Queries in Europe
    1. What has happened to the rich German collections of information on psychological warfare conditions ...
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger,
Capt. GSC
1587 
Office of War Information
My dear Mr. Davis,
    On this happy occasion, when our victory is being solemnized by the submission of our last remaining enemies, ...
...
Yours very truly,
        George C. Marshall
1588-1589 
The Honorable James Forrestal,
Secretary of the Navy
My dear Mr. Secretary,
    On the occasion of the formal surrender of the Japanese Empire, I desire to put the War Department on record as expressing its official appreciation of the ...
1590 
PMAL
To Training Branch      From Propaganda Branch          20 August      Comment No.2
    1. The critical comment on Ryūkyū Shūho prepared by the staff at Fort Snelling was shown to the Japanese experts at Area III, OWI Overseas Branch, ...
...
Bruce Buttles
etc.
1591 
To: Colonel C. Stanton Babcock      From: PB
Subject: Memorandum on Japanese Information Control in the Ititial Period

    1. The attached Memorandum, prepared by the Office of War Information, received the concurrence of the (British) Political Warfare Executive ...
...
Bruce Buttles,
Lieutenant Colonel etc.
1592 
23 August
    1. The attached scripts entitled Ten from Tokyo have been made obsolete by the end of the war. ...
1593 
24 August 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL BUTTLES
SUBJECT: SWNCC Subcommittee Draft on Information Control, Japan, dated 10 August ...
1594 
25 Aug.
    Following is guidance on control of Domei originated by OWI and approved by War, Navy, State Departments, supplementary to WARX 52702 ...
1595-1596 
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD
The proposed message to General MacArthur supplements WARX 52702 ...
1597 
DRAFT OF A CABLE REPLYING TO GENERAL WEDEMEYER'S INQUIRY CONCERNING THE OFFER BY OWI TO PLACE OWI FACILITIES IN CHINA UNDER THE THEATER
    European Theater policy does not offer parallel to China, ...
1597A 
SECOND DRAFT
    Hollands proposal supported by OWI here only to extent it calls for temporary Army aid ...
...
30 Aug/ PMAL
1598 
DRAFT OF LETTER
MID 912
August [29?] 1945
Mr. Edward Barrett
Director, Overseas Branch
Office of War Information
...
    Since receipt of your letter of August 27, there has been received at the War Department a radiogram from General MacArthur stating that ...
...
CLAYTON BISSELL
Major General, GSC
Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2
1599 
SECRET
REVISION OF DRAFT: SWNC Sub-C FE, "CONTROL OF MEDIA OF PUBLIC INFORMATION AND EXPRESSION IN JAPAN"
    Change paragraph 6, pp.5-6, to read:
    6. While it is desirable that the occupying authority should use ...
1600-1601, 1601A, 1602-1608 
JAPANSE-OCCUPIED CHINA1609-610 
    Major Paul M.A. Linebarger of Durham, North Carolina, has been p[r]omoted from a captaincy. ... 1611 
12 September 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR LIEUTENANT COLONEL BUTTLES
SUBJECT: Coordination on WD Action concerning Publicity referring to Korea
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger,
Major GSC

TO: Deputy A C of S, G-2      From: PB      12 September      COMMENT NO. 3
    1. OPD is transmitting to CINCAFPAC the message now attached to JCS 1483/2, ...
...
    4. In view of the action above, it is not considered necessary that the attached letter be transmitted.
1612 
12 Sept 45
Confidential Routine
DESIRABLE THAT INTELLIGENCE REPORT ENUMERATING AND ANALYZING PRESENT FUNCTIONS PERSONNEL AND FACILITIES OF DOMEI BE TRANSMITTED HERE ...
1613 
Arrest Domei. New York herald tribune. Wednesday, September 12,1945 [newspaper clipping]1614 
Draft of Proposed Radiogram to General MacArthur

EXTENSIVE ADMINISTRATIVE REORGANIZATIONS INVOLVING OWI, STATE, NAVY AND WAR DEPARTMENTS WILL LEAD TO DEFINITION OF POSTWAR INFORMATION CONTROL SERVICES ...

PB/PMAL/14Sept45
1615 
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL BUTTLES
SUBJECT: Comment on Memorandum Concerning Japanese Reorientation
1616 
IOM CONFIDENTIAL
19 Sept 45
SUBJECT: Korean and Japanese Communists in China
TO: DIRECTOR OF INTELLIGENCE          FROM:   PB
...
BRUCE BUTTLES ETC.
1617 
FIRST DRAFT
A PROPOSED PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE COURSE FOR MILITARY INTELLIGENCE TRAINING
...
PB/pmal/20X45
1618-1636 
IOM RESTRICTED
SUBJECT: Short-Wave Radio Listening in Japan
TO: Director of Intelligence        From: Propaganda Branch  Date: 20 Sept.
...
BRUCE BUTTLES,
etc.
1637 
THE MILITARY INTELLIGENCE SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION OF COURSES
1638-1641 
I.O.M.
(no classification)
3 Oct.
SUBJECT: Psychological Warfare Course in proposed Military Intelligence School
TO: Chief, Training Branch      FROM: Propaganda Branch
...
BRUCE BUTTLES
Lt Colonel, GSC etc.
...
1642 
4 October 1944
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL CAUGHEY
    SUBJECT: Propaganda Presentation of the Role of the U.S. China Theater
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger,
Major, GSC
Propaganda Branch, G-2
5 B 737, x-5504
1643-1645 
Paul M. A. Linebarger
Chief, Far Eastern Section
Propaganda Branch, G-2

OUTLINE OF SPEECH PROPOSED TO BE MADE BEFORE THE ROTARY CLUB OF BUFFALO ON 1 NOVEMBER 1945
SUBJECT: "AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE"
1646 
12 October 1945
DRAFT OUTLINE OF PERIODIC REPORT ON FEDERAL POPAGANDA ACTIVITIES
1647 
12 October 1945
Mr. Caryl H. Newell
Rotary Club of Buffalo
...
    Thank you very much for the invitation which you extended on behalf of the Rotary Club of Buffalo. ...
PAUL M. A. LINEBARGER
Major, GSC
1648 
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL CAUGHEY
SUBJECT: Memorandum on Propaganda Coordination
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger,
Major, GSC
2 C 729, x-5504
18 October 1945
1649 
19 Oct. 1945
MEMORANDUM
SUBJECT: Public Statement of the Military Policy of the U.S. China Theater and Coordination of U.S. and Allied Propaganda Policy Therewith
1650 
24 October 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR SECURITY OFFICER, PROPAGANDA BRANCH (CAPT. CHARBONNET)
SUBJECT: Safe Left Open
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger,
Major, GSC
1651 
25 Oct. 1945
MID 912
MEMORANDUM FOR DIRECTOR, INTERIM INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF STATE:
SUBJECT: Special Guidance Concerning the United States Withdrawal from the Southeast Asia Command
...
RICHARD HIRSCH
Major, GSC
Acting Chief, Propaganda Branch
1652-1653 
Paul M. A. Linebarger
Chief, Far Eastern Section
Propaganda Branch, G-2
...
12 OCT 1945
...
OUTLINE OF SPEECH PROPOSED TO BE MADE BEFORE THE ROTARY CLUB OF BUFFALO ON 1 NOVEMBER 1945 PHILADELPHIA ON JANUARY 1946
SUBJECT: "AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE IN WORLD WAR II"
[numberless leaf bound between 1653 and 1654] 
Rotary Told of Radio War Against Japs. Buffalo evening news. Thursday, November 1, 1945, p.31 [newspaper clipping][pasted on the verso of a numberless leaf bound between 1653 and 1654] 
Japs Yield to Psychological War. The Sunday star. October 14, 1945, p.1 [newspaper clipping]1654 
PRECIS OF LECTURE ON JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE
...
29 Oct. 45
1655-1656 
MEMORANDUM FOR DIRECTOR OF INTELLIGENCE, ARMY SERVICE FORCES
SUBJECT: Civil Censorship Submissions for Propaganda Branch, G-2
...
RICHARD HIRSCH
Major GSC
Deputy Chief, Propaganda Branch
1657 
    1. The problems raised in                  are basic to the working arrangements being made on an interdepartmental level ...
...
PMAL/5Nov
1658 
Major Linebarger
extension 5504
6 November 1945
INFORMATION CONTROL IN JAPAN
    United States information policy toward Japan has comprised two main operations, ...
1659 
Colonel Ken R. Dyke
Chief, Civil Information and Education Section
Office of the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers
Tokyo, Japan

Dear Colonel Dyke,
    A Mr. Sakai, whose letter to the Civil Affairs Division of the War Department is attached, desires to correspond for with and for Japanese newspapers in the United States.
...
Richard Hirsch,
Major GSC
etc.
1660 
7 November 1945

Professor William E. Hocking
Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachusetts

Dear Professor Hocking:

    Relying on a casual how-d'you-do of many years ago, I am writing this as a personal letter, and not as an official one, to ask if you wuld be willing to serve in a high official capacity with the United States military occupation forces in Japan.
...
Paul M. A. Linebarger
Major, GSC
Chief, Far Eastern Section
Propaganda Branch, G-2
The Pentagon
1661-1662 
Msg. prepared 10 Nov. GCM for AGW.
    Communist and Leftwing elements exploiting to fullest propaganda advantages arising from attacking you personally instead of arguing general Chinese situation. ...
1663-1664 
November 14, 1945
Major William MacAfee
ADC to General Wedemeyer
Headquarters, China Theater

Dear Mac:

    Duke University has just notified me that they are holding $1,000.00 for my further instructions. ...
...
PAUL M. A. LINEBARGER
Major, GSC
1665-1666 
14 November 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL LINCOLN, ASIATIC SECTION, OPD:
SUBJECT: Book for Madame Sun Yat-sen
...
PAUL M. A. LINEBARGER
Major, GSC
Propaganda Branch, G-2
1667 
See p.1665
QUESTION: What phase of Japanese psychological warfare was most successful in 1941-1945 operations against Americans. ...
...
PMAL
15 November 1945
1668 
[a blank leaf][bound between 1668 and 1669] 
20 Nov.
Dear Bonner,
    Your letter of 10 November brings up a matter with which we had tried to deal. ...
...
JOHN WECKERLING etc
1669 
MEMO FOR MAJOR HIRSCH
SUBJECT: IIIS request for Radio Facilities in Philippines
re CM-OUT 79972
   CM-IN 5486
...
16 Nov.
1670 
PROFESSOR WILLIAM ERNEST HOCKING EXPRESSES INTEREST IN POSSIBILITIY JAPAN PERIOD DESIRES FULL INFORMATION ON AUTHORITY COMMA RELATIONSHIPS COMMA DUTY COMMA TENURE COMMA HONORARIUM BEFORE DECIDING PERIOD IS SEVENTYTWO RPT SEVEN TWO YEARS OF AGE
20 Nov.
1671 
November 21, 1945
Major Morris Zimmerman
Director, International Law Department
The Judge Advocate General's School
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Dear Major Zimmerman:

    I have purposely held up answering your letter of November 12th asking me to repeat my series of lectures at your school during the week of December 9th. ...
...
Hugh Borton
cc: Maj. Paul Linebarger
1671a 
26 November 1945
MEMORANDUM FOR THE CHIEF, EXECUTIVE DIVISION
    Subject: Request for Speaker
    1. Speakers Section has received a request from the Rotary Club of Philadelphia for a speaker 2 January, 1200, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
...
FREDERICK W. PEDERSON
Major, Air Corps
Executive
Industrial Services Division
1671b 
November 26 1945
Mr. Bruce R. Allen, Chairman
Luncheon-Program Committee, Rotary Club
...
    Reference is to your letter of November 20, 1945 requesting Major Paul Linebarger as speaker January 2, 1945 at your meeting.
...
FREDERICK W. PEDERSON
Major, Air Corps
Executive
Industrial Services Division
1671c 
DRAFT CHINA STATEMENT FOR MR. BYRNES
(Prepared for the Personal Use of Mr. Milton Waldman, The Department of State)
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger,
Major GSC
Extension 5504, War Department
1672-1674 
Written 27 Nov. and shown to Col. Broadhurst, Asiatic Section, OPD, following conference at SD on 26 Nov. between:
Mr. Drumwright
Mr. Waldman
Mr. Hummel
Gen. Fifer, USML
Col. Lincoln
PMAL
verso of 1674 
LINEBARGER DRAFT
U.S. Foreign Policy

DRAFT CHINA STATEMENT FOR MR. BYRNES
(Prepared for the Personal Use of Mr. Milton Waldman, The Department of State)
...
PAUL M. A. LINEBARGER
MAJOR, GSC
Extension 5504, War Department
1674a-1674e 
WHAT ARE WE DOING IN CHINA ... AND WHY?1674f-1674h 
WHAT ARE WE DOING IN CHINA ... AND WHY?1675-1686 
DRAFT

Dear Mr. Drumwright,
    We received Mr. Waldman's draft, and appreciated the work which he had done, ...
...
L. J. Lincoln,
Colonel GSC
1687 
7 December 1945
Dear Mr. Allen,
    Thank you for your friendly letter of 30 November. ...
1688-1689 
ROUTINE UNCLASSIFIED

TO CINCAFPAC ADV FOR DYKE
FROM WARGTWO
STATE DEPARTMENT OBOE ITEM CHARLEY AND OLD TRIPLE ITEM SUGAR TAKING ACTION ON FILMS ENUMERATED INURAD ZEBRA ABLE TWO ZERO FIVE SEVEN FIVE PERIOD ...
...
10 December 1945
1690 
Propaganda Branch G-2 WDGS
The Pentagon (2 C 719)
Washington 25, D.C.
12 December 1945
Dr. Halford Hoskins
School of Advanced International Studies
1906 Florida Avenue, n.w.
Washington D.C.
...
    There are enclosed copies of my "Educational Record," "Employment Record," "Travel, Residence and Personal Affairs," and "Books Published" which I promised you.
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger
Major, GSC
1691 
Linebarger, Paul M.A.
EMPLOYMENT RECORD
1692 
Linebarger, Paul M.A.
TRAVEL, RESIDENCE, AND PERSONAL AFFAIRS
1693-1694 
Linebarger, Paul M.A.
BOOKS PUBLISHED
1695 
Linebarger, Paul M.A.
EDUCATIONAL RECORD
...
SOCIETIES
1696 
MIS LECTURE ON PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE
...
17 December 1945
1697 
QUESTION CONCERNING LECTURE ON PROPAGANDA
...
18 December 1945
1698 
DRAFT OF PROPOSED LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR TO THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY CONCERNING PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE
...
3 Jan 1946
1699 
Put up for downgrqding [sic]

Japan Plan I        pp. 281-317
Japan Plan II       pp. 251-271
Japan Plan Final  p.321-358
...
Letter transmitting Konoye (brother) interview to State    p.1476
[draft of partial table of contents]
[numberless leaf bound between 1699 and 1700] 
MEMO FOR READING FILE
    At the initiative of Lt. Col. Dupuy (S & P, OPD), there was held a meeting at the Department of State to discuss the problem of INFORMATION SERVICES TO KOREA. ...
...
PMAL
5 January 1945 [sic]
1700 
PSYCHOLOGY RATED NEXT TO A=BOMB : Army Officer Describes Effect of Leaflets on Jap Public. Philadelphia evening bulletin. Jan. 2, 1946, p.2
[newspaper clipping]
1701 
7 January 1945 [sic]
DRAFT OF PROPOSED LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR TO THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY (II)
1702-1704 
ROTARY CLUB OF PHILADELPHIA
January 7, 1946.
...
Dear Major Linebarger:

I want to thank you very much in behalf of our Club for the interesting address which we were privileged to hear last Wednesday. Psychological warfare unquestionably had much to do with the final capitulation of our enemies. You may want to have the enclosed newspaper clipping and the Club weekly Bulletin for your files.

Thank you very much for coming and for the opportunity to hear more about Psychological Warfare in World War II.
Sincerely yours,
Frank Honicker
Secretary.
FH/C
1705 
Rotary Club of Philadelphia weekly bulletin. Vol.26, January 9, 1946, No. 28
[clipping]
1706 
  This week in Philadelphia, Major Paul M. A. Linebarger, G. S. C., veteran of years in the Orient, told Philadelphia Rotarians at their regular Wednesday luncheon how the Psychological Warfare Division of our Army saved thousands of American lives on the blood-stained coral Pacific battlefields. ...
...
[clipping of a magazine (title uncertain), 5 January 1945, p.10]
1707 
Propaganda Branch
2 C 719 The Pentagon

10 January 1946
Major N. J. Rifkin, AC
...
    Since you were here, the Secretary of the Military Governor, Seoul, a Colonel Prescott, has come through and has set up a large number of arrangements bearing directly on your work. ...
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger, Major GSC
Chief, FE Section
1708-1709 
14 January 1946
Mr. John Carter Vincent
Chief, Division of Far Eastern Affairs
The Department of State
...
    Members of the China Section of your Department's Office of International Information and Cultural Relations have informed me that ...
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger
Major, GSC
Chief, Far Eastern Section
Propaganda Branch, G-2
1710 
14 January 1946
Mr. John Carter Vincent
Chief, Division of Far Eastern Affairs
The Department of State
...
    Members of the China Section of your Department's Office of International Information and Cultural Relations have informed me that ...
...
PAUL M. A. LINEBARGER
Major, GSC
1711 
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE DIVISION
Propaganda Branch
...
(9 Apr 45)              25-34465-500
[scratch paper]
1711a[pasted on the verso of leaf 1711]
Importance of Stilwell's Ouster To Chinese Unity Is Traced. New York herald tribune. 14 Jan. 1946 [newspaper clipping]1712 
The Pentagon
Tuesday afternoon
22 January 1946
Dear Mrs. Wedemeyer,
    My office clipped the announcement of the lectures which I mentioned to you, ...
1713 
OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THE PROPAGANDA BRANCH, G-2
Compiled by Major W.W. Aiken, GSC

General Outline
1. Radio (COI)
2. European Leaflets
3. Far East Operations
a. Leaflets
b. President Roosevelt and the China Stamp
c. Other Projects
d. Planning
4. Joint Psychological Warfare Committee
a. Olivia
b. Black horns in with a plan of Control
c. JPWC established
d. Solbert made chairman etc.
5. Rare Pistol
a. Ordnance
b. Leaflets
6. Propaganda Manual
7. TO for Combat Teams
8. Liaison
9. The Struggle for Power
  Charts

Underlined portions to be done by Linebarger


3. FAR EAST OPERATIONS
a. Leaflets
      Instructions, whether defined in a handbook or in a basic course for the training of teams, ...
1714-1715 
INSERT ON BLANKENHORN PAGE 7
    In the instance, the celebrated Eisenhower surrender certificate-- with its banknote style of engraving and use of the official seals of the United States and United Kingdom-- was anticipated by the preparation of an official-looking surrender certificate. ...
...
INSERT ON BLANKENHORN PAGE 15
...
1716 
ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS (OIC)
...
Dean Acheson
Acting Secretary
December 20, 1945
1716a-1716i, 1716k-1716l1-11
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
DIRECTORY
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE DIVISION
W.D.G.S., G-2
15 January 1946
1716m-1716o 
ABBREVIATIONS - NEW ORGANIZATIONS1716p4
[directory in alphabetical order of surnames]verso of 1716p, 1716q-1716z [and every verso of 1716q-1716z], 1716aa, verso of 1716aa5-27
H.E. Landsberg, Op's Analysis Division, 20th AF, 4819[a numberless leaf bound between 1716aa and 1717] 
Introduction of draft letter from Sec of War to Sec Nav on Psychological Warfare Survey-- last paper wortten [sic] when on daily active duty1717 
PMAL-- HISTORY-- 3
3. Far East Operations
b. President Roosevelt and the China Stamp
1718-1721[from] PMAL-- HISTORY-- 3 [to] PMAL: HISTORY: 6
PMAL: HISTORY: 7
3. Far East Operations
c.[sic] Planning
[NOTE: 1727-1730(PMAL: HISTORY: 12, 12A, 12B, 12C) cites DIGEST OF THE JAPAN PLAN (FINAL DRAFT)]
1722-1734PMAL: HISTORY: 7-12, 12A, 12B, 12C, 13-16
PMAL: HISTORY: 17
3. Far East Operations
c.[sic] Special Projects
1735-1738[from] PMAL: HISTORY: 17 [to] PMAL: HISTORY: 20
PMAL/p1
5 Feb. 1946
COMMENT ON PROPOSED PUBLIC OPINION ANALYSIS
1739 
Aug. 1947
MEMORANDUM FOR GENERAL WEDEMEYER
SUBJECT: Specific Recommendations concerning Aid to China
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger
1740 
13 September 1949
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD.
    1. On Friday, at 10:00 a.m. September 9, Mr. Reynolds of the Reynolds Tobacco Company visited my office in the Pentagon, Washington, D. C. concerinig the situation in China.
...
A. C. WEDEMEYER
Lieutenant General, GSC
Deputy Chief of Staff for
Plans and Combat Operations
 [1]-3
13 September 1949
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD.
    1. On September 12, at about 1400 Ambassador Leighton Stuart of China visited my office in the Pentagon, Washington, D. C.
...
A. C. WEDEMEYER
Lieutenant General, GSC
Deputy Chief of Staff for
Plans and Combat Operations
  
18 January 1949
MEMORANDUM FOR COLONEL H.H. WILD
SUBJECT: Fort Leavenworth Draft of FM 30-60
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger
Consultant under G.W.U. contract,
R&D Gp, Log Div, GS USA
  


"OUTSTANDING ITEMS IN VOLUME FIVE" (2 leaves, bound at the beginning of vol. 5) reads:
ItemPage
Educational Facilities in China Theater1315
Zacharias Plan(14)
Japan Advisory Council(19)
April 1945: Japanese Strategic Capabilities(35)
Mao's "General Scobie Speech"(64)
Calvin Hoover re Jane Chu(78a)
Chinese Plan for Post-war Japan(86)
Emmerson Plan(88)
Japanese Propaganda Organization(99)
Propaganda Analysis Directive(103)
State Department Spy Case Clippings1434a
First form STASM Formula1443
Currie-Fairbank Meeting1450a
Kullgren Book Digest1452
Meeting on Counter-threats if Japanese abuse Prisoners1461
Operations Chart on U.S. Anti-Japanese Propaganda1466
PW Situation of an American Theater Commander1467
Proposed Modified PW System1468
Fire Winds1472
Brumby on poor Hall's Chinese handbook1477
PW Group in OWI1480
AR Draft Outline1507
Plan for Information Council in Japan1522
Article on the Japanese Mind1532
Chinese Reaction to Russian Entry into War1565
Message to MacArthur1580
SWNCC on Japanese Information Control1594
Psychological Warfare Course for MIS Training1618
Periodic Report on Federal Propaganda Activities1647
Security Violation1651
SAIS Application1691
MID Directory, January 19461716m
History of the China Stamps1718
Memo to Wedemeyer1740


Linebarger papers held by the Hitotsubashi University Library