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Office of the Historian

The Office of the Historian, Bureau of Public Affairs, publishes the official documentary history of U.S. foreign policy and provides historical research and advice for the Department of State. The Historian is Marc J. Susser.

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Foreign Relations Published documentary record of U.S. foreign relations.
Department Officials A who's who of all former U.S. Ambassadors and high-ranking Department officials.
Visits Abroad Official foreign trips by all U.S. Presidents and
Secretaries of State.
U.S. Visits Trips to the United States by Foreign Heads of State and Government.
Other Publications A history of the Department of State, and other publications.
History Timeline Short narratives covering major topics in U.S.
diplomatic history.
Holocaust Assets Reports on the disposition of looted gold,
external assets, and more.
Advisory Committee List of committee members and minutes of
committee meetings.
Questions Find out why it's called the Department of State
plus other fascinating facts.
Related Links Presidential libraries, the Electronic Reading Room,
and more.

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