- 1958 - 1966 (Creation)
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The LMPT was subordinate to the Standing Group (SG). It reported on its work to the SG Director, the SG Secretary and the Deputy Secretary of the International Planning Team of the Standing Group (IPT). The Standing Group and all its subordinate groups (including the LMPT) were abolished in July 1966 after France decided to withdraw from the integrated military structure (see MCM-90-66(REV) and GF(66)D-27).
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The D/SECY(LMPT) documents were the memoranda sent by Mr J.B. Oldfield, a British colonel and LMPT Deputy Secretary.
They are a record of a meeting between General Foulkes and the SG about Canada's decision to reduce its contribution to the SG budget.
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D/SECY(LMPT) documents are arranged in chronological order. They have a reference followed by a number and the year (e.g. D/SECY(LMPT)-2-58).
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The D/SECY(LMPT) documents which were kept were issued in English.
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Two D/SECY(LMPT) documents have been kept. The remaining documents were destroyed by the LMPT Deputy Secretary and then at the time of the transfer to the International Military Staff (IMS) Registry.
These documents have been digitized.
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