Newly Digitized Foreign Relations (FRUS) Volumes for 1943-1948

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State Department Office of the Historian

Office of the Historian, Bureau of Public Affairs
Quarterly Release of Newly Digitized Foreign Relations Volumes

The Department of State announces the release of newly digitized versions of nineteen volumes from the Foreign Relations of the United States series, the official documentary record of U.S. foreign relations. These volumes cover events that took place between 1943 and 1948 and were originally published in print between 1957 and 1973:

Foreign Relations of the United States: Diplomatic Papers, 1943

  1. General, Volume I
  2. Europe, Volume II
  3. The British Commonwealth, Eastern Europe, the Far East, Volume III
  4. The Near East and Africa, Volume IV
  5. The American Republics, Volume V
  6. The American Republics, Volume VI  
  7. The Conferences at Cairo and Tehran, 1943
  8. China

Foreign Relations of the United States

  1. Conferences at Washington and Quebec,1943
  2. Conference at Quebec, 1944

Foreign Relations of the United States: Diplomatic Papers, 1944

  1. General, Volume I
  2. General: Economic and Social Matters, Volume II
  3. The British Commonwealth and Europe, Volume III
  4. Europe, Volume IV
  5. The Near East, South Asia, and Africa, The Far East, Volume V
  6. China, Volume VI
  7. The American Republics, Volume VII

Foreign Relations of the United States: Diplomatic Papers, 1945

  1. The Conference of Berlin (The Potsdam Conference), 1945, Volume II

Foreign Relations of the United States, 1948

  1. The Far East: China, Volume VIII

[This] release is part of the Office of the Historian’s ongoing project, in partnership with the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center, to digitize the entire Foreign Relations series. The University graciously provided high quality scanned images of each printed book, which the Office further digitized to create a full text searchable edition. These volumes are available online and as free ebooks at the Office of the Historian’s website (https://history.state.gov/historicaldocuments). This is the latest in a series of quarterly releases, which will continue until the FRUS digital archive is complete.