The National Declassification Center is proud to announce that the contents of the newly-declassified Classified Central Subject Files of the U.S. Embassy Djakarta, Indonesia, 1963-1969 are now available via the National Archives Catalog. This record series, digitized through the kind efforts of the National Security Archive, consists of correspondence, telegrams, airgrams, memoranda, reports, newspaper accounts, and other documents that pertain to subjects that were of interest to the Ambassador and staff of the Embassy. This series also contains documents that were originated by or sent to the U.S. Consulates at Medan and Surabaya. To search for the digitized embassy records please visit the National Archives Catalog at https://catalog.archives.gov/.
Approximately 30 folders, mainly pertaining to Embassy administrative matters, were not scanned and are not currently available in the Catalog. NARA will be making an effort to digitize and load the missing folders into the Catalog at a future date.
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