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Preliminary Inventory to the Tadeusz Romer Papers, 1913-1975
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Preliminary Inventory Microfilms

Reel 1 - 2, Volume Volume 1

African colonies - manuscript copies of treaties, notes, 1913-14

 

Paris Peace Conference - memoranda, correspondence, 1918-19

 

Polish-French Alliance (1921) - memoranda, notes, treaty draft, 1918-1966

 

Polish treaties and agreements - memoranda, drafts, correspondence, 1925-1931

 

Warsaw - memoranda, correspondence, 1922-1935

 

Rome - memoranda, official correspondence, printed matter, 1929-1935

 

Japan - memoranda, correspondence, newsclippings, etc., dealing with Japanese Far Eastern activities, 1937-1940

Reel 3 - 4, Volume Volume 2

Japan - SUPRA, 1940-41

 

Shanghai Consulate-General - correspondence, telegrams, 1941-42

 

Lorenco Marques, 1942

 

Events leading to war in Europe - memoranda, n.d., 1947

 

U.S.S.R. - General - minutes of meetings with senior Soviet political figures, messages between Ambassador Romer and the Polish Government-in-Exile (London), 1939-1952

 

Polish Deportees in the U.S.S.R. - primarily correspondence from Romer to London on the condition of deportees in 1943, 1941-43

Reel 5, Volume Volume 3

High Commissioner in Cairo, 1943-44

 

Katyn - these papers include correspondence related to the U.S. Congressional investigation into the Katyn massacre (1952), 1943-1952, 1970

 

General Wladyslaw Sikorski - primarily dealing with Sikorski's Middle East tour during which he was killed, 1943-47

 

Newsclippings: Sikorski and Romer - primarily from 1943 and dealing with the events surrounding Sikorski's death, 1942-47, 1970, 1974

 

London - General - reports, correspondence, minutes, 1942-43

 

U.S.A. - primarily correspondence and reports from Ambassador Jan Ciechanowski on the American political scene, 1943-44

 

Polish-Soviet border dispute - primarily papers dealing with the boundary dispute dated between the Teheran Conference (December 1943) and the Yalta Conference (February 1945), consisting of reports, memoranda, correspondence, and printed matter, 1942-1952

 

Talks with Victor Lebedev (Soviet Ambassador to the Allied Governments in London), 1944

 

The Warsaw Uprising (1 August - 2 October, 1944) - correspondence, memoranda, minutes, 1943-44, 1950, 1954

 

Negotiations with Stalin and other Soviet leaders, minutes of meetings before and during the Warsaw Uprising, 1944

 

Polish Armed Forces Abroad, 1941-44

Reel 6, Volume Volume 4

London - General - memoranda, minutes, correspondence, including material related to the Moscow Conference during the Warsaw Uprising, invitations to diplomatic functions, replies to invitations, calling cards, etc., 1943-44

 

Speeches by T. Romer, primarily from the war period, 1943-1975

 

Organization and personnel of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1943-44

 

Germany - Polish-German relations before World War II, Polish interest in Germany during and after the war, 1940-1954

 

Bulletin of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1943-45

Reel 7

SAME AS REEL #6

Volume Volume 5

Assistance to refugees - memoranda, letters, booklets, 1941-1952

 

Romer's resignation as Minister of Foreign Affairs (22 November 1944), letters from London's diplomatic corps, 1944

 

London - General - correspondence, newsclippings, memoranda, maps of Poland, 1944-48

 

Peace Conferences: Yalta, Potsdam, Paris - newsclippings, 1945-1974

 

Elections in Poland - memoranda, newsclippings, 1946

 

Poland after the war - correspondence, 1946-1954

 

The Hague European Congress - Agenda, correspondence, Romer's speech, reports, resolutions, notes, 1948

 

U.S. Ambassador Joseph C. Grew - correspondence, booklets, 1940, 1948-1950

 

Articles on the Polish Question by T. Romer, 1936-1966

 

Miscellaneous memoranda by T. Romer, 1946-1965

Reel 8 - 9

SAME AS REEL #7 (only Volume 5)