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  • apparent target for an attack was Syria. If Israel attacked Syria , Hussein continued, Jordan would not take action unless the U.A.R. intervened, 1 From Tel Aviv , tel. 3648, May 18, 1967, secret/nodis . 2 Memor~ndum of telephone conversation between
  • talents and energy far beyond the call of duty. You appear to have survived remarkably well, I may say. I recall with satisfaction the several meetings and conversations I have had with you during these 7 years. You have always been respon­ sive
  • IN THE CONVERSATION. TH E IM PLIC A TIO N WAS THAT TH ERE WAS A P O S S IB IL IT Y THAT TH E A USTRALIA N S WOULD RESPOND TO A REQ UEST FOR MORE TROOPS BUT THAT THE INCREASE IN STRENGTH WOULD TAKE SOME TIM E AND WOULD BE A D IF F IC U L T DECISIONo 3* I TOLD HIM THA T
  • • • ._ • OU present • . Meeting had ~en arranged because November 25 he had very importan.t . ·­ !KSZk ., ro , message from President Ayub and that he would stay as long as necessary to meet tl1e President and deliver it. At beginning of conversation
  • be done. \ i | 1 2. Moro of Itoly in conversation with Harilman expressed support of the principles of the United States* position but did not state v/hetiier tliere was any hope for increased aid. Later Nenni authorised Harriman to quote Mm to Tito
  • ..::..::..;_;...:.:.__ _---:-.-uo:=-=i Offiur) 7/20/64 OJ. - J- .. .C.~ .: - :: .. , ~ ;_ ~- ; _; _fi__ lUl.)7!.J D EPARTMENT OF' STATE h M emorandum ol Conversation DATE: SUOJECT: -•J J uly is. ~ 1964 President ' s Conversation with Ambas'lador UcConaughy
  • ~ MY V I S I T IN DANANG-HUE AREA INCLUDED EXTENDED V IS IT S AND INFORiiAL ■ CONVERSATIONS U IT H ALL OF SENIOR MARINE OFFICERS ASHORE, V IS IT IN G ALL FOUR BATTALIONS IN T H E IR F IE L D PO SITIO NS AND TA LKS U IT H OFFICERS DOyN TO COMPANY LE V E