The Communist Threat in the Taiwan Area by John Foster Dulles and Dwight D. Eisenhower


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Title: The Communist Threat in the Taiwan Area


Author: John Foster Dulles and Dwight D. Eisenhower



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Language: English

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THE COMMUNIST THREAT IN THE TAIWAN AREA

Statement by Secretary Dulles

White House Statement

President Eisenhower's Report to the American People

President Eisenhower's Letter to Premier Khrushchev

The Department of State
Department of State Publication 6708
Far Eastern Series 76

Released September 1958

Public Services Division







THE COMMUNIST THREAT IN THE TAIWAN AREA

1. Statement by Secretary Dulles,

September 4, 1958


I have reviewed in detail with the President the serious situation
which has resulted from aggressive Chinese Communist military actions
in the Taiwan (Formosa) Straits area. The President has authorized me
to make the following statement.

1. Neither Taiwan (Formosa) nor the islands of Quemoy and Matsu have
ever been under the authority of the Chinese Communists. Since the end
of the Second World War, a period of over 13 years, they have
continuously been under the authority of Free China, that is, the
Republic of China.

2. The United States is bound by treaty to help to defend Taiwan
(Formosa) from armed attack and the President is authorized by joint
resolution of the Congress to employ the Armed Forces of the United
States for the securing and protecting of related positions such as
Quemoy and Matsu.

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