Alexander Meigs Haig Papers


Alexander Meigs Haig Papers


Army officer and public official. Correspondence, briefing books, memoranda, notes, office files, speeches and writings, subject files, scrapbooks, photographs, and printed material documenting Haig's service as military advisor to Henry Kissinger at the National Security Council, deputy assistant to President Richard M. Nixon for national security affairs, vice chief of staff of the United States Army, chief of Nixon's White House staff, NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), and secretary of state in the Reagan administration.

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