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Similar in scope and content to the State Department Central Files (also available from UPA), the State Department Post Records contain voluminous papers from American diplomats stationed in important foreign countries. Like the Central Files, UPA's editions of the Post Records have been favorably reviewed in both Choice and Microform Review. For certain countries during the years prior to the end of World War II, there are reasons to prefer the Post Records instead of the Central Files.
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