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Prisoner lists, supply lists, and miscellany, relating to operations of the camp during World War II. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).
The collection includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, proclamations, speeches, clippings, newspaper issues, maps, posters, and photographs, relating to political and social conditions in Turkey during the Ottoman Empire and the early years of the Turkish Republic, Turkish military activities during World...
Relates to political conditions in Iran.
Relates to Bangladesh.
Correspondence, writings, serial issues, bulletins, newsletters, pamphlets, and other printed matter, relating to the status of religious freedom in the Soviet Union and other communist countries, and to dissidents in the Soviet Union and other communist countries. Includes drafts of...
Writings, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to various members of the Russian aristocracy and to the Russian Civil War.
Propaganda leaflets distributed by the Finnish communist party and labor unions in Finland.
Writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, orders, interview transcripts, notes, and printed matter, relating to the German occupation of areas of the Soviet Union during World War II, the Vlasov movement, and Soviet collaborators and partisans. Includes photocopies of German military documents....
Notes, letters, clippings, and reports, relating to Soviet espionage activities abroad. Used as research material for the book by D. J. Dallin, Soviet Espionage (New Haven, 1955).
Memoranda and copies of proclamations and correspondence, relating to the creation of the Far Eastern Republic and to Japanese intervention in Siberia. Includes a mimeographed copy of the constitution of the republic and a memorandum from the Far Eastern Republic...
Relates to American foreign policy during the presidential administration of Ronald Reagan.
Diaries and postcards, relating to German military medical activities during World War I.
Legal documents, relating to administration of civil and criminal justice.
Request addressed to Andrei IA. Vyshinskii, deputy chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of the Soviet Union, that Latvian military units be allowed to remain in Latvia.
Relates to a conversation between B. von Damm and Ernest F. Mackie, lieutenant colonel, Canadian Army, concerning German and British morale and the prospect of a German victory. Photocopy.
Writings, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to the Russian writer Boris Pasternak and especially to the circumstances of the publication of Pasternak's novel
Relates to archival sources on World War I.
Correspondence, writings, reports, and photographs, relating to the Paris Peace Conference, 1946, the peace settlement with Romania at the end of World War II, and world politics, 1943-1973.
Two hand-drawn maps, entitled Nanking, and Nanking and Environs, showing the growth of Nanking, China, from antiquity to the twentieth century. Photocopy.
Relates to social conditions in tsarist Russia, the Russian Revolution, and Russian émigré life afterward Photocopy.
Relates to activities of the Turkish 3d Brigade in the Korean War. Photocopy.
Correspondence, reports, and a speech, relating to the administration of German-occupied Latvia during World War II.
Studies, entitled Revelation of Culture in Ghana (1961), and Sacred Days in Ghana (1963), relating to Ghanaian culture and the development of the Ghanaian calendar.
Orders, correspondence, speeches, clippings, and photographs, relating to the U.S. Army in the Philippines, 1931-1932, the activities of the 321st Infantry Regiment in the Pacific Theater, 1942-1946, and the invasion of Angaur and Peleliu Island, 1944.
Relates to the establishment and early history of the Central Intelligence Agency. Also includes an abridged version. Official document of the Historical Staff of the Central Intelligence Agency. Published under same title (University Park, Pa., 1990).
Writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, pamphlets, leaflets, and clippings, relating to the communist movement, political conditions, labor, and housing in Great Britain.
Depicts the visit of Herbert Hoover to his boyhood home.
Relates to the Russian railway system, May-December 1917.
Memoirs, speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to American-Gabonese relations, the organizing conference of the United Nations, American foreign trade policy, international currency exchange activities of the League of Nations, the oil industry in the Middle East,...
Depicts peasants of the Main Franconia region in folk costume. Presented to R. W. Darré by a group of Main Franconia farmers.
Correspondence and writings, relating to Russian literature.
Relates to the career of Maurice Dartigue as minister of education in Haiti (1941-1945), and as an official of the United Nations Trusteeship Department (1946-1956) and of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (1956-1968), in promoting education in...
Depicts the German national socialist leader Julius Streicher.
Correspondence, writings, samizdat publications, and photographs, relating to political dissent in the Soviet Union, and to the establishment of independent labor organizations in post-Soviet Russia.
Speeches, writings, correspondence, legal documents, and clippings, relating to communism in Lithuania and Lithuanians in the United States.
Writings, correspondence, notes, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to economic conditions in the United States, laissez-faire and conservative political thought, right-to-work issues, and political conditions in southern Africa, especially Zimbabwe and South Africa.
Leaflets, flyers, serial issues, broadsides, and pamphlets, distributed on the campus of the University of Washington, Seattle, relating to student political activities and protest movements, and including issuances of various left-wing and right-wing political organizations.
Relates to the evacuation of the American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia from Omsk to Irkutsk, September 4-October 4, 1919.
Two letters, relating to American-Soviet relations. Includes clippings about Davies, and an autographed copy of his book, Mission to Moscow.
Speeches and writings, interview transcripts, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American foreign policy and especially to relations between the United States and Poland.
Correspondence, writings, diary, reports, pamphlets, postcards, and photographs, relating to American Red Cross activities in Siberia, primarily in Vladivostok.
Correspondence, reports, diaries, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to charitable war work of the Young Men's Christian associations, especially with servicemen, prisoners of war and refugees in Europe during and after World Wars I and II.
Reports, writings, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to Young Men's Christian Association work in Russia during the Russian Revolution and subsequently among Russian émigrés, especially in France; to Russian émigré religion, education and culture; and to the ecumenical movement. Includes...
Relates to the outbreak of World War II. Includes sound recordings of radio addresses by leaders of the belligerent nations.
Relates to the British blockade during World War I.
Writings, reports, memoranda, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to American agricultural policy during the presidential administration of Herbert Hoover, the Federal Farm Board, economic conditions in Europe, and the Dawes Commission on German reparations.
Correspondence, notes, schedules, memoranda, press releases, and photographs, relating to California state politics, the 1966 gubernatorial campaign of Ronald Reagan, his administration as governor, and the 1968 Republican National Convention. Includes notes and handwritten drafts of letters by Ronald Reagan.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, statistics, memoranda, reports, and printed matter, relating to international population changes, changes in family structure, and urbanization.
Writings, reports, correspondence, and memoranda, relating to United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration relief in Europe at the end of World War II, and particularly to food procurement in the United States and distribution in Italy, Greece, Yugoslavia, and the...
Lecture notes relating to Russian history, government, economics, and literature, taken at the Russian Institute at Columbia University, course syllabi, and three unidentified photographs.
Relates to the work of the American Red Cross, and the political and military situation in South Russia, 1917-1919. Addressed to Colonel Robert E. Olds, American Red Cross commissioner to Europe.
Miscellanea, including alien registration certificates, residence certificates, alien registration fee receipts, and passes, used during the Japanese occupation of the Philippines.
Diaries, letters, and photographs, relating to the American military ambulance service in France during World War I. Includes transcripts.
Studies, reports, statistics, and memoranda, relating to education and economic development in underdeveloped countries.
News dispatches, notes, correspondence, press releases, testimony, clippings, serial issues, other printed matter, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to American military operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II, the Vietnamese War, political and economic conditions in Asia and...
Correspondence, diaries, awards, maps, photographs, and printed matter, relating to the landing of the United States Fifth Army at Salerno, Italy, 1943 September, and to the military career of E. J. Dawley.
Relates to the principal newspapers of France, and to their political leanings and editorial policies.
Relates to the prospective outcome of World War II.
Writings, correspondence, and questionnaires, relating to social conditions, education, and religion in the Soviet Union, and to the adjustment to American society of Russians living in the Los Angeles area in 1930.
Depicts Adolf Hitler and scenes in Germany.
Relates to Belgian and world politics, the Belgian fascist movement, and Belgium and France under German occupation in World War II. Chapters 60 and 61 and conclusion missing. Photocopy.
Drafts and galley proofs of the autobiography of L. M. De Basily, entitled Memoirs of a Lost World (Stanford: Hoover Institutiion Press, 1975), relating to life in Russia before the Russian Revolution, Russian émigré life, and world travel; and miscellaneous...
Relates to Soviet propaganda and disinformation.
Relates to the history of the First Battalion of the Eighth London Regiment of the British Army in France and Belgium from 1915 to 1917.
Microfilm of correspondence, memoranda, depositions and other legal documents, minutes, and writings, relating to world politics, British foreign policy, espionage in Great Britain, the Imperial Policy Group, political views of the Duke of Windsor, and business affairs of and legal...
Correspondence, speeches and writings, minutes and meeting materials, memoranda, reports, studies, printed matter, and audiovisual material, relating to nuclear power plants in the United States and abroad, including issues of licensing, safety and waste management.
Relates to the bankruptcy of De Standaard and other periodicals.
Relates to the neutrality of Ireland during World War II and to Anglo-Irish relations. Speech delivered May 16, 1945.
Writings, correspondence, notes, studies, reports, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to the economics of education and the role of education in developing professional and other skilled manpower resources in the United States, Western Europe, the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe,...
Photographs, maps, proclamations, and printed matter, relating to World War I. Includes United States Shipping Board posters, photographs of the American Expeditionary Forces in France, battle maps, statistical summaries concerning the American Expeditionary Forces, German proclamations in France and Belgium,...
Relates to Allied military activities during World War II, and the Nuremberg trials.
Memoirs, relating to political conditions in France from World War I through World War II, including especially developments in the French socialist movement, the growth of a French fascist movement, and the policies of the Vichy regime; and diaries, 1939-1945,...
Raw footage of interviews with Western journalists and Sovietologists, relating to the death of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin in 1953, and to subsequent political change and de-Stalinization in the Soviet Union. Used in production of The Death of Stalin, a...
Motion picture film of selected episodes of the Western television series, of which Ronald Reagan was host.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, schedules, public opinion polling data, promotional material, press releases, news summaries, and clippings, relating to the political career of Ronald Reagan, the 1976 and 1980 Reagan presidential campaigns, and speaking and writing projects of Ronald and Nancy...
Relates to military camouflage during World War I.
Relates to personal matters and the American labor and socialist movements. Includes a few letters from Theodore Debs, brother of E. V. Debs, to F. X. Holl, 1904-1931. Compiled by Sydney Strong.
Depicts scenes in the Caucasus.
Correspondence, lectures, notes, and photographs, relating to activities of the U.S.S. , Spanish neutrality, and refugees in the Middle East, during World War I.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, orders, citations, memorabilia, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to U.S. occupation forces in Japan, and U.S. foreign relations in the Far East.
Relates to proposed changes in Vichy government policy following the Allied landings in Normandy. Written by a group of right-wing French political figures.
Relates to American foreign policy toward Latin America during the presidential administration of Herbert Hoover.
Delivered at the 4th International Colloquium of the Interuniversity Centre for European Studies, Montreal. Photocopy.
Correspondence, manuscripts of writings and translations, notes, and printed matter, relating to missionary work and education in Japan.
Relates to the acquaintanceship of J. L. DeForest with the American politician and ambassador John Davis Lodge. Consists of transcribed diary entries, 1950-1986. Photocopy.
Relates to the history and organization of the Communist International. Photocopy.
Relates to the Malta campaign in World War II.
Chart outlining a plan to establish an international federation of workers and institutions of intellectual and manual work, contributing to the moral and social regeneration of humanity without distinction as to nationality, race, or religion among men.
Correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to an American-Russian person-to-person correspondence and assistance program organized in the United States in 1990 as Friends Assisting Friends.
Reports, correspondence, memoranda, instructions, programs, and printed matter, relating to the operation and purpose of youth work camps operated by the Vichy government in France. Includes a chart outlining French social organization, 1941.
Reports, speeches, conference papers, minutes, statutes, bulletins, press releases, letters, and printed matter, relating to cooperative movements and economic development in Cameroon.
Letters, periodicals, reprints of articles, newspaper issues, and newsletters, relating to economic and social conditions in Algeria, independence movements in the African colonies, and French colonial policy.
Summation speech for the defense at the trial of H. Dentz, Haute Cour de Justice, Paris, April 20, 1945.
Relates to the activities of the Légion nationale, a Belgian fascist organization, 1922-1945. Photocopy.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, writings, minutes, and printed matter, relating to education in American-occupied Hesse, Germany, after World War II; American cultural exchange programs; and international education in the United States.
Financial records, minutes, lists, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russians evacuated from China to the Tubabao displaced persons camp in the Philippines in 1949.
Orders, proclamations, regulations, and memorabilia, relating to activities of the Garde bourgeoise, an auxiliary civilian police force created in German-occupied Brussels during World War I.
Report relating to political and economic conditions in Italy, 1949; typescript of the book by C. F. Delzell, Mussolini's Enemies: The Italian Anti-Fascist Resistance (Princeton, 1961); and a speech transcript entitled "War and Anti-Fascism: A Personal Memoir," 1989, relating to...
Tsarist Russian stamps issued in China; stamps issued by German occupation forces in Russia during World War I; Russian provisional government, White Russian and British occupation force stamps issued in Russia during the Russian Revolution and Civil War; and early...
Photographs and military document, relating to railway bridge construction on the Polish-Romanian border.
Relates to political and race relations in South Africa. Produced by the Institute for a Democratic Alternative for South Africa.
Sound recordings of proceedings, and printed copies of preparatory briefing materials for conference participants, relating to political events in Czechoslovakia from 1987 to 1989, culminating in the fall of the communist regime.
The records relate to politics in Russia and to the 1991 presidential campaign of Boris Yeltsin. They include minutes of meetings, resolutions, statements, appeals, stenographic records, press reviews, and video recordings.
Certificates and records of service in the Russian Imperial army.
Correspondence, writings, radio transcripts, serial issues, and other printed matter, relating to Czechoslovak émigré affairs, Czechoslovak culture, and Western radio broadcasting to Czechoslovakia.
Writings and correspondence, relating to American, West German and Japanese military relations with Taiwan.
Relates to the Russian Revolution and Civil War, and especially to interpretations of events of the Revolution and Civil War made by Nikolai N. Golovin in his book Rossiiskaia Kontr-revoliutsiia v 1917-1918 g. g. (Paris, 1937).
Relates to the southern and western fronts during the Russian Civil War. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).
These papers contain the correspondence and writings of Sviatoslav V. Denisov, Major General of the Don Cossack Army and participant in the Don Cossack uprising of 1918. In emigration, Denisov was president of the Cossack Union in the United States,...
Relates to Central European political, economic, and military federation.
Correspondence and writings, relating to fascist and isolationist movements in the U.S., and to American politics and foreign policy. Includes copies of the newsletters edited by L. Dennis, and subscription records.
Correspondence, writings, legal briefs, legal case files, other legal records, memoranda, reports, and printed matter, relating to international arbitration of boundary disputes and legal claims against governments brought by foreign nationals, and to efforts for the promotion of international law,...
Relates to events in Syria during World War II.
Writings and correspondence, relating mainly to Herbert L. Matthews and his reportage of the Cuban revolution. Includes government documents relating to Matthews obtained in response to Freedom of Information Act requests. Used as research material for the book by Anthony...
Sound recordings of speeches, relating to political conditions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Memoirs, correspondence, clippings, other printed matter, and memorabilia, relating to conditions in Japanese internment camps in the Philippines during World War II.
Relates to Soviet deportations from Latvia and elsewhere in the Soviet Union during World War II.
Summarized translation of a book, and memoranda, relating to political developments in Iran since the revolution of 1979, and to their effects on Iranian education. Photocopy.
Speeches, press conference statements, and letters, relating to governmental educational policy in the United States.
Relates to the assassination and trial.
Reproductions of twenty-five paintings, depicting German troops and commanders on the Russian front during World War I.
Correspondence, reports, newsletters, and printed matter, relating to the treatment of German history in American textbooks and of American history in West German textbooks.
Correspondence relating to grant applications for research projects. Includes correspondence with the Reichsamtsleitung of the Nationalsozialistischer deutscher Dozentenbund, the Kreisleitungen of the Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiterpartei, the various police presidents of German cities, the Dozentenschaften of the various German universities and...
Anti-communist propaganda leaflets, distributed by the Deutsche Freiheitsliga. Also includes other anti-communist leaflets.
Special issue, relating to allegations of secret East German subsidies to certain West German newspapers.
Relates to meetings of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee, March 19-20, 1949, concerning problems of post-World War II German reconstruction.
Correspondence, notes, reports, and memorabilia, relating to social and political conditions of Lithuanians in France and Germany.
Clippings, letters, speeches and writings, press releases, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to Polish finances, and to American politics.
Serial issues and pamphlets published by Peronist, socialist, communist, anarchist and trade union organizations in Argentina, relating to political and economic conditions in Argentina.
Clandestine serial issues, leaflets, flyers, and reports, issued by French resistance groups, the Parti Communiste Fran¸ais, and various French Jewish and Jewish communist organizations, relating to conditions in France during World War II, especially prison conditions, conditions of Jews, and...
Bulletins, newsletters, pamphlets, reports, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to issues of international security and disarmament, international law regarding the oceans, and ecological movements in the United States.
Relates to political, social and economic conditions in Nigeria.
Writings, and photographs, relating to the history of the revolutionary movement in Georgia, and to political conditions in Soviet Ajaria.
Relates to the roles of Mexico and the U.S. in the Nicaraguan revolution of 1926-1929.
Relates to political conditions in Mexico and to the Mexican Constitution of 1917. Photocopy.
Diaries, notes, schedules, letters, resolutions, memoranda, reports, and instructions, relating to the guerrilla war of the Frente Farabundo Martípara la Liberación Nacional in El Salvador. Includes many official documents of the organization. Photocopy.
Portrait of Princess Marie José of Belgium, painted on ivory and ornamented with jewels, presented to J. K. Dickie in gratitude for relief activities of her parents, Vernon and Charlotte Kellogg, with the Commission for Relief in Belgium.
Relates to activities of the United States Marine Corps in France, 1918, and in Nicaragua, 1928-1929. Photocopy.
Interview transcript, writings, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to covert operations in American foreign policy, and to American relations with Togo.
Relates to the American Relief Administration. Includes typescript and galley proofs.
Relates to food rationing in Berlin during and after World War I.
Relates to the role of the youth movement in post-World War II German reconstruction.
Album of German bank notes issued from 1904 to 1923, arranged in ascending order of denominations from 1 Mark to 100,000,000,000 Marks, illustrating the progression of inflation in Germany after World War I.
Relates to education in Germany under national socialism during World War II.
List of German army officers in order of relative rank, with unit to which attached and date of latest promotion indicated for each. Photocopy.
Relates to German intelligence operations during World War II. Photocopy.
Relates to the trial of David Frankfurter in Chur, Switzerland, 1936.
Letters by the American philosopher Sidney Hook and the American journalist and author James Burnham, relating primarily to the influence of Marxism on various American intellectuals.
Memoirs relating to Bulgaria and Bulgarian emigre politics, and unpublished articles, relating to the Bulgarian Agrarian Union between World Wars I and II, world agriculture, and agriculture in the Soviet Union. Photocopy.
Writings, notes, correspondence, interview sound recordings and transcripts, trial transcripts, photocopies of government records, and printed matter, relating to General Manuel Noriega of Panama, his trial for drug trafficking, and American-Panamanian relations. Includes United States Department of State documents released...
Contains diaries, correspondence, and other materials documenting the life and career of the anti-Semitic writer and ideologue who was a follower of Adolf Hitler as well as the Nazi and movements in Germany during the 1920s.
Correspondence, memoranda, clippings, and national convention proceedings, relating to veterans' affairs in the United States.
Memoranda, reports, correspondence, press releases, statutes, regulations, and legal proceedings, relating to economic policy of the Allied military government in Germany after World War II, and especially to decartelization policies.
These papers contain the detailed investigative report of the assassination of the last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II, and his family. The report was prepared by Nikolai Alekseevich Sokolov, and includes the typescript of "Dielo ob ubiestvie tsarskoi sem'i v...
Electronic bulletins, pamphlets, serial issues, statutes, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Djibouti.
Writings, translations, correspondence, printed matter and photographs, relating to communism, communism in Yugoslavia, and President Josip Broz Tito.
Interviews of Serbian political leaders and intellectuals, including Milovan Djilas, relating to political conditions in Yugoslavia and Serbia, and to the Yugoslav civil war.
Travel reports, correspondence, bulletins, writings, press releases, clippings, other printed matter, video tapes, and memorabilia, relating to political conditions in Yugoslavia, the breakup of Yugoslavia, the civil war in Bosnia, reportage of Yugoslav news in the American media, American foreign...
Translation by D. M. Krassovsky of an excerpt from the book Sovetskie Portrety.
Relates to Polish and other territorial questions of the World War I peace settlement.
Pamphlet and clippings, relating to political prisoners in Vietnam.
Correspondence, military documents, and photographs, relating to Russian military activities in World War I, the Russian Civil War, and the Chinese Eastern Railway.
Correspondence, messages, pamphlets, programs, proclamations, reports, resolutions, and clippings, relating to American foreign policy, the National Captive Nations Committee, the Ukrainian Catholic Church, China and Mao Zedong.
Relates to the Russian Civil War in the region of Mugan', Azerbaijan. Photocopy.
Photographs, postcards, clippings, and diary, relating to the American Red Cross and American Expeditionary Forces in France.
Relates to educational policy in the Soviet Union. Photocopy.
Collection includes notebooks, travel documents, speeches and writings, photographs, audiovisual material, and memorabilia, relating to American and world agricultural problems during 1905 to 1969.
Correspondence, mainly with Roy Nakata, 1942-1946; scrapbooks, 1942-1944; San Francisco and Palo Alto newspapers and newspaper clippings, 1942-1945; and minutes of meetings of the Japanese American Citizens League and American Friends Service Committee, 1945, relating to relocation and citizen rights...
Theater programs and postcards, relating to plays by British prisoners of war at Doeberitz Theater in the German prison camp at Doeberitz.
Medals and printed matter, relating to the American Civil War, the Franco-Prussian War, World Wars I and II, the United Nations, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Relates to political developments in Czechoslovakia, and especially in Brno.
Relates to war crime trials for deportation of Hungarian Jews during World War II.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and minutes, relating to Allied administration of occupied territories, relief operations, labor relations, enforcement of laws and ordinances, and complaints made against Allied occupation troops in the Rhineland.
Relates to Russian émigré life in various parts of China from the 1910s to the 1940s, and subsequently in the United States.
Relates to the Romanov family, the Russian Imperial court, and the Russian Revolution and Civil War, 1885-1919. Photocopy.
Correspondence, writings, notes, instructional materials, and printed matter, relating to Ukrainian history and literature, the Ukrainian famine of 1932-1933, and the Ukrainian émigré community.
Relates to Siberian émigrés in foreign countries during the 1920s. Photocopy.
Correspondence, telegrams, notes, memoranda, clippings, accounts, lists, protocols, reports, inventories, and published materials, relating to the evacuation of the war orphans from Russia to Oudtshoorn, the establishment and operation of the Home, and the care and education of the orphans.
Relates to organization of the Imperial Russian army.
Films and photographs, depicting missionary schools in China, 1936-1937; the effects of Japanese bombing in China, 1939; the transport of a giant panda from China to the St. Louis Zoo, 1939; scenes at Angkor Wat, 1939; the United States Observer...
Personnel files, orders, speeches, correspondence, certificates and commendations, and photographs, relating primarily to American submarine operations in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. Includes an official history of the wartime service of the submarine Flying Fish.
Relates to conditions in Germany during the Nazi regime and World War II. Photocopy.
Relates to political activism among college students in South Korea and the United States. Photocopy.
Revolutionary committee security bureau for Dongyuan village, Jui-ch'eng hsien, Shanxi Province, China.
Relates to proposals made by A. Donhauser for European federation.
Memorandum entitled Admiral Dönitz re Pastor Niemöller (July 24, 1945), relating to anti-Nazi activities and imprisonment of Pastor Martin Niemöller; and essay entitled The Conduct of War at Sea (January 15, 1946), relating to the role of the German Navy...
Publications, mostly anti-communist, relating to communism in the United States and Spain.
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, studies, drafts of book manuscripts, scrapbooks, notes, photographs, and printed matter, relating to the United States Office of Scientific Research and Development and the Office of Strategic Services during World War II, the Nuremberg war crime trials,...
Directives, regulations, and miscellanea, relating to civil defense and air raid protection work in the Netherlands during World War II.
Manuscripts of writings, transcripts of speeches, correspondence, diaries, and printed matter, relating to U.S. foreign policy in the Far East, U.S. Japanese relations, the decision to drop the atomic bomb on Japan, and Allied policy regarding the occupation of Japan.
Relates to education in Tibet. Includes interviews of and drawings by students.
Relates to political repression in the Soviet Union in the 1930s. Interview conducted by T. V. Kosinova.
Memoirs, correspondence, writings, memoranda, orders, and photographs, relating to General Joseph W. Stilwell, American military operations in the China-Burma-India Theater during World War II, and ethnology in the Philippines.
Relates to conditions in the German Russian communities in the Soviet Union before and during World War II, and to displaced Russian Germans in Germany and the United States following the war. Memoir of an unknown Russian German immigrant to...
Clippings, writings, postcards, and photographs, relating to World War I, postwar reconstruction in Western Europe, the Balkans, and the Near East, and the Russian Revolution and Civil War.
Depicts India during and after World War II, the Indian Army in East Africa and Italian East Africa, Indian Independence Day, India's Republic Day, and Indian Navy Day, 1954, ceremonies. Includes prints of Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Krishna...
Writings, speeches, and correspondence, relating to the occupation of the Rhineland after World War I, and the Rhineland separatist movement.
Relates to the imprisonment and subsequent war service of French soldiers taken prisoner during World War II and later repatriated. Includes accounts of their experiences by a number of prisoners of war.
Correspondence, minutes, notes, protocols, and curricula, relating to the economic situation in Russia during the Russian Civil War, the condition of railway transportation, and the activities of cooperatives in Siberia.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, minutes, reports, studies, and printed matter, relating to nuclear energy in the United States, including licensing of nuclear power plants and nuclear safety issues.
Depicts activities of the American Expeditionary Forces in France; a meeting of President and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson with General John J. Pershing and Lieutenant General Liggett at Christmas, 1918; and scenes of destruction in France during World War I.
Correspondence, speeches, resolutions, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to European, especially French, World War I debts to the U.S., and proposals for their reduction or cancellation.
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, circulars, minutes of meetings, and printed matter, relating to political activities on college campuses, and to the Young Americans for Freedom.
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, circulars, minutes of meetings, and printed matter, relating to political activities on college campuses, and to the Young Americans for Freedom.
Reports, studies, correspondence, legislative bills, and printed matter, relating to educational voucher program experiments, especially in Alum Rock School District, California; and to California legislation regarding teacher credentials
Porcelain pitcher in the form of an image of Herbert Hoover.
Correspondence, writings, memoranda, notes, printed matter, and audio-visual material, relating to American foreign policy during World War II; postwar loyalty-security programs; government secrecy in the State Department; American foreign policy in Latin America; various aspects of Latin American history and...
Writings, correspondence, notes, and printed matter, relating to international communism, political conditions and civil rights in Yugoslavia, and politics in the United States.
Minutes, reports, studies, pamphlets, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to public education, primarily in Detroit.
Speeches and writings, reports, studies, memoranda, printed matter, and photographs, relating to various aspects of education in the United States, and to American educational assistance to the Philippines.
Writings, correspondence, reports, studies, memoranda, legal and government documents, diaries, newspapers, photographs, and sound recording, relating to the history, politics, and government of Serbia and Yugoslavia, relations between Croatia and Serbia, activities of the Hrvatski Domobran in the United States,...
Relates to a reception given by Empress Dowager Tz'u-Hsi, and to court life in China.
Correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, newspaper issues, and congressional hearings, relating to the revolution led by Fidel Castro in Cuba, political, social, and economic conditions in Cuba, the 1965 crisis and American intervention in the Dominican Republic, and the Communist Party of...
Military reports, orders, and correspondence, relating to the Russian Civil War in the Caucasus, political and military conditions in Georgia, and British foreign policy in Transcaucasia.
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, speeches and writings, and photographs, relating to Serbia during and after World War I.
The collection contains speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, clippings, and other printed matter relating to the dissident Soviet physicist Andreĭ Sakharov and to efforts on his behalf by Western scientists. Documents include writings and letters by Sakharov.
Correspondence, writings, conference proceedings, reports, bulletins, serial issues, clippings, other printed matter, photographs, maps, other pictorial materials, and memorabilia, relating to the history and culture of Bulgaria, activities of the post-World War II Bulgarian émigré community, and activities of the...
Correspondence and memorabilia, relating to American-German relations.
Correspondence, public addresses, leaflets, and writings, relating to American relations with Vietnam, Cuba, and Panama, the Korean War, communism, tax laws, civil rights, armaments, and the United Nations.
Correspondence, dispatches, reports, diaries, certificates, and photographs, relating to American foreign relations, especially with Jordan, Bolivia and Haiti.
Film entitled Berlin im Olympiaschmuck (1936), depicting the celebration of the 11th Olympic games, including scenes of the flags, the bringing of fire, Adolf Hitler and the Brandenburg gate; and a newsreel, entitled Degeto Weltspiegel (1940), depicting the destruction of...
Letter by Ignace G. LaGrange, 1978, relating to Sylwin Strakacz, secretary to Ignace Jan Paderewski, prime minister of Poland; a copy of the will of Paderewski, 1930; and recordings of radio broadcasts by Polish political leaders, 1939, relating to the...
Speeches and writings, correspondence, minutes, reports, conference papers and agenda, newsletters, curricular material, and printed matter, relating to education in the United States, and especially to elementary education, and to activities of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Relates to early events of the Korean War. Addressed to John M. Allison, assistant secretary of state for Far Eastern affairs, and General William L. Roberts. The letters to J. M. Allison were written in lieu of official Embassy dispatches...
Correspondence, drafts of writings, galley proofs, book reviews, memorabilia, sound recordings, and photographs, relating to the novelistic treatment of twentieth-century American politics by news correspondent and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Allen Drury.
Photographs, personal documents, and miscellany, relating to German military operations, and especially to German military transport, during World War II. Includes commentary by Donald F. Snepp.
Diaries, correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, and photographs, relating to Romanian foreign policy and politics in the twentieth century, and to the Romanian royal family. Also available on microfilm (89 reels).
Memoirs, correspondence, notes, and memoranda, relating to Romanian politics and foreign policy.
Radio broadcast recordings and transcripts, writings, diaries, dispatches, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to Czechoslovakia during World War II, wartime diplomacy, Soviet annexation of Ruthenia in 1945, the communist coup of 1948, and American broadcasting to Czechoslovakia.
Drawings, illustrations, and book jacket designs.
The papers relate to missionaries in China, political and social conditions in China before and during World War II and American intelligence operations in China during World War II.
Relates to political conditions and free market reforms in Argentina and especially in Buenos Aires province. Includes printed matter.
Diaries, writings, lectures, notes, letters, clippings, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to British intelligence operations, especially during the Russian Revolution, to popularization of Yoga in the Western world, and to personal affairs. Includes fictional writings, poems and musical compositions. Also includes...
Diaries, writings, correspondence, and personal documents, relating to the Russian Civil War, and to Russian émigré affairs.
Relates to various aspects of the career of John Foster Dulles and to his oversight of American foreign policy as secretary of state during the presidential administration of Dwight D. Eisenhower. Includes program of the conference.
Relates to American foreign policy.
Writings, letters, and printed matter, relating to aspects of Romanian politics and foreign policy, and especially to the national question in Transylvania.
Typescript account by J. Dumbacher of the 1963 SDS national convention, as well as pamphlets, bulletins and reports, relating to Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and other organizations of the New Left in the U.S.
Diary and letters, relating to the Russian Revolution and Civil War, and the Allied intervention in Siberia, 1918-1920. Photocopy.
Correspondence with Ronald Reagan, relating to political conditions in the United States, and a memoir relating to Reagan.
Relates to proposed bases for peace negotiations to end World War II.
Clippings and other printed matter, relating to the disintegration of the Soviet Union, and to political conditions in post-Soviet Russia. Includes a 1968 official Soviet report (incomplete), summarizing results of the investigation of the Vserossiiskii sotsial-khristianskii soiuz osvobozhdeniia naroda, an...
Scrapbook, pamphlet, phonotape cassette, and memorabilia, relating to the 1984 presidential re-election campaign of Ronald Reagan.
Regarding East German politics and government....
Two Russian icons.
Relates to American aerial operations in the China-Burma-India Theater during World War II.
The collection documents the U.S. Foreign Service career and post-retirement of Elbridge Durbrow relating to the spread of communism, U.S. foreign policy and world politics following World War II, represented in the form of correspondence, clippings, interview transcripts, speeches and...
Dispatches to John Forsyth, United States secretary of state, relating to political and commercial conditions in Syria. Photocopy.
Clippings from the Belgian newspapers Volk en Staat and Le Nouveau Journal, relating to conditions in Belgium under the German occupation during World War II and to Belgian collaborators with German occupation authorities.
Relates to conditions in the Netherlands under German occupation during World War II. Translation by Herman van Maanen. Original Dutch version published as Het oorlogsdagboek van C. Dutilh-van Vollenhoven, edited by Jan Daan Hillen (Rotterdam, 1990). Includes copy of published...
History of the Dade by M. P. DuVal, photographs, and0 issues of the ship newspaper The Invader.
Pamphlets, leaflets, reports, bulletins, newsletters, statements, Congressional hearings, serial issues, and clippings, relating to the internment of Japanese Americans in the United States during World War II; social problems in the United States, especially in California, and especially with reference...
The Susan Louise Dyer papers contain materials that reflect Dyer's personal ties to Herbert and Lou Henry Hoover, her association with Stanford University, and her service with the American Red Cross and the Girl Scouts of the United States. The...
Notebooks relating to circumstances of each fatality in the 91st Division during the Battle of the Argonne. Includes a medal presented to Bertha S. Dyment in recognition of her work in France during World War I.