Preliminary Inventory to the Briegleb Collection, 1938-1949

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Preliminary Inventory to the Briegleb Collection, 1938-1949

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

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  • Hoover Institution Archives
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford, California 94305-6010
  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
  • Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
Processed by:
The Hoover Institution staff
Encoded by:
Erin NhaMinerva
© 2001 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Briegleb Collection,
Date (inclusive): 1938-1949
Collection number: XX049
Creator: Briegleb, collector.
Collection Size: 1 manuscript box (0.4 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Letters, reports, and memoranda, relating to the political and economic situation in Germany and in Eastern Europe, primarily from 1945-1949, the Nuremberg war crime trials, and communism in Germany after World War II.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Language: German.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection open for research.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Briegleb Collection, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Access Points

Communism.
Communism--Germany.
Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals, 1945-1946.
Reconstruction (1939-1951)--Germany.
War crime trials.
World War, 1939-1945.
Europe, Eastern.
Germany.
Germany--History--1945-1955


Container List

Box 1.

1. Kulturbund Berlin. Its organization. Activities of several members

 

2. (continued). Report of activities of further persons

 

3. Hausobleute (House Police) in the Eastern Zone. The SED party surveillance

 

4. Use of German scholars for European Recovery Program (Marshall Plan)

 

5. "Denazification: Remarks on the Law" from the Swiss newspaper Die Tat, 1946

 

6. The Nuremberg Trial. Letter of U.S. Attorney Carroll to General Lucius D. Clay

 

7. "Berlin and Its Effects in the West" from an article in Zurich's Weltwoche, 1948 April 7

 

8. Present attitudes in Germany. Remarks of former SS leader

 

9. "The SS State" by Eugen Kogon. Criticism of the book

 

10. War prisoners and workers from the East during the Second World War

 

11. The Nuremberg Trial. Report of K. I. Albrecht

 

12. KPD, Germany. Report of meeting of the KPD, SPD, KAPD in Ulm, 1948 February 1

 

13. Peoples in the East. Memorandum on Rosenberg's attitude toward them

 

14. The Nuremberg Trial. Report of witness of process "Wilhelmstrasse"

 

15. Western Powers - Russia. Remarks on impossibility of understanding between them

 

16. Battle against Bolshevism. Remarks on formation of group as bulwark against it

 

17. Letter of K. I. Albrecht, author of "The Betrayed Socialism" to Schutzverband deutscher Schriftsteller, 1948

 

18. Excerpt from a letter of Fieldmarshall Manstein, prisoner in England, 1947

 

19. a. Yugoslav rebellion against the Kremlin b. Addition to above

 

19. b. Addition to above

 

20. Request for investigation of conditions in SS prisoner-of-war camp, Lambach

 

21. Protocol on interrogation of witness K. I. Albrecht by Dr. Fröschmann

 

22. German POWs in Yugoslavia. Report from Yugoslavia

 

23. The last words of Professor Karl Brand under the gallows, 1948 June 2

 

24. Reichssicherheitshauptamt, SS Oberabschnitt Süd-West: Directives on measures against the Catholic Church, 1938 February 15

 

25. Report on the Nuremberg Trial from the periodical Christ und Welt

 

26a. Regarding Malmedy process. Mistreatment of German POWs by Americans

 

26b. Sworn statement of above

 

27. Hitler and Eva Braun

 

28. Hitler's knowledge and intellectual faculties

 

29. Chain letter sent to thousands of former German officers and men

 

30. K. I. Albrecht's statement on "How Must We Fight Bolshevism?"

 

31. K. I. Albrecht's view on Bolshevik victory in China, the result of long-range planning

 

32. Von Krosigk's (?) report on Hitler's policy

 

33. General Jodl's opinions about the U.S. - Soviet war, 1946 August

 

34. Rudolf Lehmann, judge, accused at Nuremberg. Statement to his friends, 1948 November 15

 

35. Von Hasselbach: "Dr. Morell, Hitler's Physician"

 

36. The national-socialist revolution of the lower middle class (anonymous)

 

37. Statement by Manstein, Brauchitsch, Halder prepared for the Nuremberg Trial, not submitted

 

38. Article by an officer on the inside story of the Supreme Command, and Hitler's role therein

 

39. Observations and remarks on German General Staff

 

40. Thoughts on collaboration (at present time

 

41. K. I. Albrecht, "The Decisive Factor"

 

42. Arno Schreiber's report on his experience as POW of the French

 

43. Interrogation of former Gauleiter (Baden, Alsace) Wagner and former Fieldmarshall Keitel

 

44. Hans Raupach: Socialization of industries in satellite states and its economic-political significance

 

45. Report on organization of indoctrination of the SED (Eastern Zone)

 

46. Speech of Walter Ulbricht, 1948 August 27 (never published)

 

47. "Marshall Plan 1948 - Without Illusions" (in English)

 

48. K. I. Albrecht, "Vyshinsky: Hangman of the Old Guard of Lenin," 1949 March 10

 

49. Translation from periodical Hungaria (published in Munich, 1949, No 1)

 

50. Bolshevik gains all over the world. Results of planning

 

51. K. I. Albrecht: Exploring and combating Bolshevism, 1949 February 16 1949 February 16

 

52. "Before the Storm," critical article on policy of Western Powers, by a member of the Reichstag in the Weimar period

 

53. Statistical data of CP in Austria (14th Congress)

 

54. Purges within the SED, by leading Berlin politician and economist

 

55. Roland Eck, "Our Fifth Column," in Rheinischer Merkur, 1949 February 1

 

56. "Limits of the Defensive," by member of the Reichstag in the Weimar period

 

57. Memorandum of German Volksrat, with additional remarks by Walter Ulbricht. See also Nos. 58 and 59

 

58. Basic outline for CP in its political work in Germany

 

59. Tasks of the party control commission of the SED

 

60. Hans Raupach: Soviet Rule and the Psychology of Southeastern Europe

 

61. "Will Southeastern Europe become Bolshevik?" Views of a political scientist

 

62. P. H. Seraphim and W. Conze: Poland's expansion toward the West: the question of Poland's Western frontier

 

63. Declaration of the KPD central committee on the political situation (pamphlet)

 

64. Directives of the KPD for organization and conduct in the struggle for unity and peace, 1949 March 5-6

 

65. The work of the KPD in the Ruhr

 

66. Resolution of the Central Committee of the KPD on youth policy, 1949 March 2

 

67. Tasks of the party control commission of the SED. Extract from directives issued by a Kreisverband

 

68. Silesia, the country of the most complete self-sufficiency

 

69. Gottlob Berger, former SS General: letter to his friends, 1949 April 30

 

70. The extinction of the Germans at Werschetz

 

71. German Politics Today?

 

72. The situation (1949 May)

 

73. Political motivating forces and national-political developments in the Eastern Zone

 

74. "Democracy and the Civil War," by a member of the Reichstag of the Weimar period

 

75. "Europe's Latest Zone of Unrest: The Slavic Wall and Its Cracks"

 

76. Report on the agricultural situation in the former territory of Silesia

 

77. "Cultural Bolshevism and National Bolshevism"

 

78. Political Indoctrination and Training of the Police in the Eastern Zone

 

79. Members of the police in the Eastern Zone to join the international brigade in Greece

 

80. The organization of indoctrination of the SED in Thuringia

 

81. Letter of an uneasy German and Pieck's (chairman of the SED) answer. Communist propaganda pamphlet