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Memoirs and miscellanea, relating to Young Men's Christian Association work with the American Expeditionary Forces in France at the end of World War I.
Correspondence, legal documents, and photographs, relating to post-World War II efforts to secure compensation from the Bulgarian government for confiscation of property in 1940.
Relates to activities of the underground anti-communist Latvian organization Nacionālā Sardze during World War II. Includes writings by Jūlijs Braċs and other leaders of the organization. Edited by M. K. Gulbis.
Drafts of minutes of meetings in Warsaw, 1915, relating to the Polish question and World War I; and leaflets, 1915-1916, relating to recruitment for the Legiony Polskie in the Austrian Army.
Georgian secret police identification cards
Correspondence, speeches and writings, personal documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Poland during World War II, and to postwar international relations and American foreign policy
Interview transcripts, reports, clippings, and printed matter, relating to the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, political events in Hungary during World War II, the trial of Edgar Sanders in 1950-1951, and the espionage trial of Oleg Penkovskii and Greville Wynne in...
Correspondence, speeches and writings, and personal documents, relating to anti-communist movements in the United States.
Diaries, correspondence, radio broadcast scripts, memoranda, reports, press summaries, and clippings, relating to Radio Free Europe broadcasting to Poland, Polish dissidents, the Solidarność movement, and political conditions in Poland.
Relates to the bylaws of a White Russian officers' association.
Electronic bulletins, pamphlets, serial issues, flyers, reports, and other printed matter, relating to revolutionary movements in Namibia, especially the South West African Peoples Organisation, and to political, social and economic conditions in Namibia.
Relates to Tatiana Diakonov-Kusovac, Russian émigré in Yugoslavia and subsequently in the United States.
Relates to efforts of the Mladorosskaia partiia to promote restoration of a monarchy in the Soviet Union.
The collection contains novels, poems, and articles submitted for publication, as well as periodicals, pamphlets, speeches and writings, press releases, statements, petitions, photographs, slides, films, and sound recordings, published or circulated by underground and uncensored presses or groups in the...
Relates to Herbert Hoover and American relief to Belgium during World War I. Speech delivered at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace on the 150th anniversary of Belgian independence. Includes printed condensation. Photocopy.
Correspondence, minutes, memoranda, newsletters, leaflets, and financial statements, relating to the work of the National Japanese American Student Relocation Council in placing Japanese American students in colleges and universities in the United States during World War II, and to other...
Sound recordings of speeches, relating to nationalization of the Suez Canal, and to other aspects of Egyptian politics and foreign policy.
Protests the arrest of Dr. Yusuf Mahomed Dadoo, president of the South African Indian Congress, and D. W. Bopape, secretary of the African National Congress, under the Suppression of Communism Act.
The collection relates to American politics and intergovernmental relations and to domestic policy, particularly welfare and revenue sharing programs, during the presidency of Richard M. Nixon. It contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, printed matter, and photographs.
Reports, directives, and leaflets, relating to fascist activities in the Netherlands. Includes indoctrination material for new party members, and materials on party organization in Zaandam, Netherlands.
Motion picture film, 1958-1963, relating to the Cuban revolution of 1959, political conditions in Cuba, Cuban-American relations, and the Bay of Pigs invasion of 1961; and video tapes of West German and East German television news programs, 1989, relating to...
Preliminary and final reports, proposals, correspondence, and clippings, relating to the Bulgarian Economic Growth and Transition Project, carried out by the National Chamber Foundation at the request of the Bulgarian government, to recommend policies to transform the Bulgarian economy to...
Includes addresses by Dwight D. Eisenhower and Adlai Stevenson, Republican and Democratic candidates for president of the United States. Broadcast over the Columbia Broadcasting System.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, statements, pamphlets, serial issues, and photographs, relating to attempts to organize and secure international agreement for a civilian relief program for Norway, Finland, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Poland during World War II.
Leaflets, pamphlets, press releases, and serial issues, relating to movements for peace, disarmament, preservation of American neutrality during World War II, and opposition to conscription and military training in educational institutions.
Reports, brochure, and chronology, relating to international conferences sponsored by the National Education Association, and to other international activities of the organization. Includes some reports issued by other organizations.
Relates to an assessment of federal government programs to promote economic recovery in the United States in 1935.
Relates to industrial labor relations.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, charts, and printed matter, relating to industrial labor relations. Card file drawers at the Hoover Institution Archives describe this collection.
Correspondence, reports, case files, minutes, and questionnaires, relating to the placement of interned Japanese American students in colleges and universities in the U.S. during World War II.
Electronic bulletins, and bracelets representing American servicemen taken prisoner or missing during the Vietnamese War.
Reports, minutes, and resolutions, relating to activities of the National Liberation Front and the Yemen Civil War.
Relates to China's requirements for immediate relief needs and long-range economic reconstruction.
Recording of radio broadcast relating to political development in Cambodia under communism.
Clippings, printed matter, pamphlets, reports, indices, notes, bulletins, lettergrams, weekly letters, and photographs relating to pacifist, communist, fascist, and other radical movements, and to political developments in the United States and the Soviet Union.
Relates to plans for the preparation of a medical history of World War II.
The issuances of the National Right to Work Committee consist of newsletters, bulletins, leaflets, pamphlets, speeches, testimony, articles, and press releases relating to labor unions and right-to-work laws in the United States.
Minutes, correspondence, press releases, circulated material, pamphlets, clippings, and a photograph relating to the espionage trial and execution of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, agenda, minutes, financial records, press releases, and printed matter, primarily relating to legislative proposals to institute a peacetime military draft (the Universal Military Training program) in the United States.
Relates to the curriculum of the National Democratic Party School for National Politics in Buckow, East Germany, regarding the study of German history and political and economic conditions.
Summaries by correspondents of the Dutch newspaper Nationale Rotterdamsche Courant, of press conferences held to provide guidelines for Dutch newspaper publication in the German-occupied Netherlands, 1941.
Relates to foreign press coverage of Nazi Party Day in 1937.
Correspondence, memoranda, circulars, ordinances, and petitions, relating to Nazi activities in Berlin, the defection of Walter Stennes and others from the Sturmabteilung in 1931, party discipline, and petitions for amnesty.
Reports and correspondence, relating to the administration of the Berlin-Weissensee Hospital and to the political reliability of its personnel.
Memoranda, entitled Einfluss der H. J. auf die Jugend, and Wie Ich die H. J. Sah und Erlebte, by an unknown member of the Hitlerjugend, relating to Hitlerjugend activities in Germany.
Correspondence, memoranda, office files, propaganda, miscellanea, sound recordings, flags, and memorabilia, relating to national socialism in Germany. Includes photocopies of documents located at the U.S. Berlin Document Center, relating to Nazi party activities and to Heinrich Himmler; recordings of speeches...
Relates to personal data on members of the Nazi Party. Photocopy.
Relates to administration of the armed forces.
Relates to numbers of injuries and fatalities among Nazi Party members, including details of the circumstances of each fatality.
Directives, notices, and regulations, relating to party administration and personnel matters.
Correspondence, memoranda, directives, press releases, clippings, and serial issues, relating to the editorial direction of national socialist newspapers in Germany, and to general political conditions. Includes correspondence of national socialist newspapers outside Berlin with their Berlin editors.
Relates to the granting of Goldene Ehrenzeichen awards to individuals for distinguished service to the party.
Lessons, exercises, and other instructional material, relating to the training of German police officers in the Sicherheitsdienst in both political and criminal police work.
Relates to Nazi persecution of Jews in Polish Galicia during World War II. Photocopy.
Directives, memoranda, and correspondence, relating to German refugees from the Saarland and miscellaneous administrative matters.
Regulations, relating to internal administration of the Sturmabteilung, and a visitor's book for Sturmabteilung headquarters in Berlin.
Programmatic statements, internal circulated material, correspondence, and election campaign literature, relating to political conditions in Belarus.
Studies, reports, conference proceedings, statistics, and publications, relating to social and economic conditions and labor in Siberia.
Relates to Soviet demographic and economic change in the twentieth century.
Relates to proposals for the reunification and neutralization of Germany.
Relates to political conditions in Russia during the reign of tsar Nicholas II and during the Russian Revolution and Civil War.
Memoirs, church history, identification documents, and medals, relating to the Pol'skaia avtokefal'naia pravoslavnaia tserkov'.
Sound recordings of interviews and printed matter, relating to the Partido Comunista del Perú (Patria Roja or Red Nation). Includes pamphlets, serial issues and programmatic statements by the party; some material relating to other Maoist parties in Peru; and a...
Broadcast scripts, memoranda, letters, clippings, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to Radio Free Europe broadcasts to Poland.
Relates to the airlift of Vietnamese children from Vietnam to California. Includes extract of draft and outline for a projected book by James Kolbe on the airlift.
Relates primarily to international communism and socialism.
Relates to regulations concerning physicians in the German-occupied Netherlands during World War II. Issued by the Nederlandsche Artsenkamer and the Nederlandsche Vereeniging van Ziekenfondsartsen, Dutch physicians' associations.
Relates to activities of the Nederlandsche Kultuurkamer in the German-occupied Netherlands during World War II.
Correspondence, writings, and printed matter, relating to the scouting organization Natsional'naia Organizatsiia Russkikh Razvedchikov, and to Russian refugees in the Philippines.
Diaries, letters, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to the United States Army Ambulance Service in France during World War I.
Relates to the Women's Overseas Service League, an organization of women veterans of World War I war work abroad.
Relates to American-Indian relations. Speech delivered in San Francisco.
Relates to conditions in Marine Corps training camps in the United States and to Marine activities in France and Germany during and immediately after World War I.
Depicts E. I. Neizvestnyi at work in his studio, and his works in public places in the Soviet Union. Copy.
Relates to the financial situation of the Provisional Government. Speech delivered in Moscow, August 1917.
Correspondence, writings, notes, printed matter, and photocopies of Soviet, American and German government documents, relating to twentieth-century Soviet history and foreign relations, the Soviet Union during World War II, and Soviet historiography.
Reports, printed transcripts of letters and diary entries, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to relief operations in Ougrée, Belgium, during World War I; to American volunteers with the French ambulance service; and to American military activities during and after World War...
Correspondence, notes, photocopies of government and other documents, and printed matter, relating to the post-World War I Allied occupation of the Rhineland, especially by African colonial troops. Used as research material for the book by K. L. Nelson, (Berkeley, 1975).
Photographs, reports, notes, and printed matter, relating to education and social conditions in the Soviet Union.
Depicts the signing of the Korean War truce by General Mark Clark, 1953, and American naval activities at Yokosuka, Japan, 1954.
Relates to aspects of education in Norway and the United States, and to surveillance of American educators by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Relates to conditions in France during World War II. Photocopy.
Relates to transportation of Dutch workers to Germany for forced labor. Addressed to the Reichssicherheitshauptamt in Germany.
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, writings, and photographs, relating to physical training of American naval aviators during World War II, and to American military government policy regarding education, and especially physical education and sports, in postwar occupied Japan.
Appeals for stays of execution for certain Germans convicted of war crimes at the Nuremberg trials and sentenced to death.
Series of newsletters, relating to the history of Tsingtao, China, and especially to the history of the German community in Tsingtao, from 1897 to 1952.
Relates to the social, political and intellectual climate in Germany from the turn of the century through World War I and the Weimar period to the rise of national socialism, and to German émigré life from 1933 through the end...
Writings, notes, book reviews, and printed matter, relating to aspects of economic development, especially in Africa. Includes extensive notes and summaries of interviews made during a 1956 tour of sub-Saharan Africa and used as research material for the book by...
Relates to the formation of the Social Democratic Party in Great Britain. Produced by the Social Democratic Party.
The New Left Collection largely relates to radical movements for political and social change in the United States during the 1960s and 1970s. It is the largest resource in the archives devoted to this turbulent period in American history. Organized...
Relates to conditions for foreign or foreign-trained physicians to practice medicine in New South Wales, and specifies the exclusion of Germans and Austrians, and of persons trained at German or Austrian schools.
Relates to causes of, and recommends measures to prevent, antisemitic vandalism and violence in New York City.
Studies, reprints, and journal articles, relating to peace, international tension measurement, international organization, and voting patterns in the United Nations. Includes writings of Alan G. Newcombe and others.
Relates to the German American Bund and similar groups.
Depicts Stanford University, 1892-1917; persons associated with Stanford University, including Herbert Hoover, John C. Branner, and Joseph Swain; and daily life and tin mining operations in Malaya, 1920.
Correspondence, dispatches, memoranda, and clippings, relating to the political, economic, and diplomatic situation in China, and to Japanese activities in Siberia and China. Consists mainly of communications from Jack Mason, Far Eastern Bureau correspondent, to Alfred O. Anderson, president, Newspaper...
Unit history, orders, letters, and certificates, relating to activities of the 197th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons Battalion in France and Belgium during World War II. Photocopy.
Internal circulated material, protocols, correspondence, flyers, serial issues, and printed matter, relating to the labor movement in the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Russia.
Relates to post-World War II Vietnamese history and to freedom of the press in Vietnam. Includes "Recollections of a Vietnamese Refugee" (1988) and "Observations on the Press of South Vietnam and Its New Press Regulations" (1970).
Inventories armed encounters between units of the Guardia Nacional of Nicaragua and insurrectionary forces from 1927 to 1932, with date, place, description of encounter and number of casualties for each incident. Also includes list of United States Marine Corps personnel...
Statistics, charts, and plans, relating to manpower strength, armaments, and other equipment of Nicaraguan ground, air and naval forces, their organizational structure, casualties in the contra guerrilla war, operational plans, and contingency plans in the event of an American invasion....
Correspondence, memoranda, lists, and case file reports, relating to allegations of human rights violations in Nicaragua. Photocopy.
Reports, correspondence, policy statements, speeches, election campaign literature, bulletins, newsletters, pamphlets, serial issues, other printed matter, and audiovisual materials, relating primarily to conditions in Nicaragua since the revolution of 1979, policies of the Sandinista government, human rights issues in Nicaragua,...
Illustrates and describes various medals and awards.
Two imperial orders (printed), signed by Tsar Nicholas II, 1905 and 1908; letters (handwritten and typewritten copies) from Nicholas II to Prime Minister P. A. Stolypin, 1906-1911; facsimile of the abdication of Nicholas II and Grand Duke Michael, 1917; Nicholas...
Correspondence, military documents, clippings, and photographs, relating to American volunteer ambulance drivers in France, and to American volunteer aviators in the French army, during World War I. Includes Nichols family correspondence relating to Alan H. Nichols, and correspondence and military...
Correspondence, memoranda, writings, speeches, memoirs, minutes of meetings, conference proceedings, leaflets, resolutions, bulletins, reports, clippings, newspapers, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to Karl Marx and the international socialist movement; the First, Second, Third and Fourth Intenationals; Russian revolutionary, anarchist...
Memoirs, other writings, correspondence, genealogical charts, legal and financial papers, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the royal family of Romania, the history of the House of Hohenzollern, and Romanian émigré affairs
Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, schedules, press releases, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the presidential administration of Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford.
The William J. Niederpruem papers document the career of an American military officer who served in the United States Army during both World War I and World War II, and who was part of the American occupation authority in Japan...
Danish newspaper issues, relating to Denmark in World War II, especially during the closing days of the war in Europe, and to the death of King Christian X of Denmark in 1947. Includes a few issues of German propaganda newspapers...
Correspondence, speeches and writings, clippings, conference proceedings, and printed matter, relating to communism, international organization and world security, and the foreign policy of the United States and the Soviet Union.
Photocopies of sermons, 1936-1937, and a typescript memorandum, 1945, relating to the role of religion and religious education in Germany, and to national socialism. Includes a 1947 United States Army report on Niemöller. In part, photocopy.
Relates primarily to political and military affairs during the two world wars.
Pamphlets, bulletins, reports, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Niger, and especially to droughts and famines in Niger.
Pamphlet and serial publications from Nigeria, particularly the Eastern Region, relating to Nigerian culture, history, literature, and politics. Includes works written by people of Ibo background and Onitsha Market Literature.
Electronic bulletins, pamphlets, serial issues, reports, government documents, flyers, press briefings, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Nigeria, and to the Nigerian Civil War of 1967-1970.
Relates to Estonian refugee life in German-occupied Poland during World War II, and in Sweden and Canada in the postwar period. Photocopy.
Books, leaflets, bulletins, other printed matter, memoranda, and correspondence, relating to the German occupation of the Netherlands, food and travel restrictions, black market activities, sabotage, cultural activities, recruitment of Dutch volunteers in the German armed forces, and underground presses in...
Correspondence, speeches and writings, and printed matter, relating to Russian émigré lawyers in the United States, and to resettlement of Russian refugees in the United States.
Relates to Japanese military activities in Manchuria. Published in the Canadian Defence Quarterly.
Writings relating to the Russian General Staff, 1903-1908, and Russian refugees during World War I.
Relates to the Chinese Eastern Railway. Commissioned by the board of directors of the Railway.
Relates to conditions of Japanese Americans in the Tule Lake camp during World War II. Photocopy.
Relates to Russian military life, 1892-1917, including the Russo-Japanese War, Russian participation in World War I, and the Russian Revolution. Photocopy.
Correspondence, identification documents, serial issues, clippings, other printed matter, photographs, and video tapes, relating to the Jewish community in Shanghai from the 1920s to the 1940s.
Relates to the Battle of Verdun.
Relates to prospects for concluding the Vietnamese War, and to a variety of other foreign policy and domestic issues. Notes made aboard a campaign airplane on 7 July during the 1968 presidential campaign. Photocopy.
Relates to the activities of the French 42d Infantry Division during the German offensive in France, June 9-17, 1940.
The papers primarily consist of Nofziger's writings as reporter, political consultant, writer and satirical poet; collected materials relating to political conditions in California and the United States, and documents generated from work with Republican candidates including Richard M. Nixon and...
Correspondence, dispatches, memoranda, and a speech, relating mainly to relations between the United States and Chad, and to the civil war in Chad in 1980.
Memoirs and other writings, relating to communism in Hungary up to World War II, relations between Hungarian communists and the Communist International, the relationship of György Lukács to the Hungarian communist party, and Hungarian ßmigrß life in Australia; and Hungarian...
Collection relates to General Leslie R. Groves and the development of the atomic bomb, containing photocopies of government documents, correspondence, diaries, reports, memoranda, studies, and printed matter, microfilm, sound recordings, and transcripts of interviews. Used as research material for the...
Writings, notes, printed matter, sound recordings of reminiscences, letters, and miscellany, relating to communism in China and India, Sino-Soviet relations, and the study of international relations in the United States. In part, microfilm.
Relates to activities of women campaign workers for Herbert Hoover and Charles Curtis, Republican presidential and vice presidential candidates, in twenty-nine Western and Midwestern states in 1928.
Relates to conditions in London at the time of the outbreak of World War I, August 1914. Photocopy.
Letters by soldiers in the Scots Guards, a unit of the British Expeditionary Force, relating to campaigns on the Western front during World War I. Typed transcripts.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, clippings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American relations with China and Japan, Indian independence from Great Britain, Japanese military incursions into China, and United Nations assistance to China.
Election campaign literature, pamphlets, leaflets, and serial issues, relating to various aspects of Norwegian history, and especially to Norwegian politics and election campaigns.
Letters, notes, interview summaries, biographical and genealogical data, personal documents, printed matter, and photographs related to Soviet nuclear research espionage in Great Britain, the communist movement in Great Britain, and family affairs. Includes papers of Hilary Norwood, husband of Melita...
Memoirs, relating to German socialism and politics, published as Erlebtes aus Aufstieg und Niedergang einer Demokratie (1947).
Histories, entitled Ulany Ego Velichestva, 1876-1926 : Imperator Aleksandr II, Imperator Nikolai II; and Leib Gvardiĭ Ulanskiĭ Ego Velichestva Polk v Velikuiu i Grazhdanskuiu Voĭnu : Kratkow Proshloe Polka v Emigratsiĭ. Photocopy.
Relates to the financial situation of the Soviet Union.
Clippings, serial issues, pamphlets, flyers, leaflets, reports, resolutions, press releases, correspondence, financial records, card files, and printed matter, relating to radicalism in the faculty and student body of the Freie Universität Berlin and other German educational institutions. Includes a large...
Relates to the unsuccessful attack of the 1st Vlasov Division against the Soviet bridgehead at Erlendorf, Germany, south of Frankfurt a. Oder, 1945 April 13. Includes translation.
Relates to the role of the railroad workers' union, Vserossiĭskiĭ ispolnitel'nyiĭ komitet Zheleznodorozhnogo soiuza (Vikzhel'), in the Russian Revolution. Typed transcripts.
The collection consists of letters from listeners of British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Russian service broadcasts, related to social and cultural conditions, and especially to music in the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Russia.
Assesses foreign policy intentions of the United States in the post-World War II era. Photocopy.
Portfolio of drawings depicting the horrors of war. Accompanying text in French.
Clandestine radio dispatch transcripts, reports, memoranda and correspondence, relating to conditions in occupied Poland during World War II and to Polish resistance activities. Also includes sound recordings of speeches, radio broadcasts and later commentaries, relating to major events of twentieth-century...
Depicts American residents and scenes of daily life in Shanghai and elsewhere in China and other parts of East Asia.
Sound recording copies of plenary sessions and sessions of the presidium of the Komisja Krajowa, plenary sessions of the Krajowy Zjazd Delegatów, sessions of various regional congresses and local branches, sessions of various workers' self-management committees, and negotiation sessions with...
Minutes of meetings, reports, appeals, correspondence, financial records, leaflets, and flyers, relating to political and economic conditions in Siedlce province.
Minutes, correspondence, reports, membership lists, and financial records, relating to labor, political and economic conditions in Poland.
Speech, and printed matter, relating to development problems of underdeveloped countries, and especially to American economic assistance to Afghanistan.
Interview transcripts of Soviet political and military officials, relating to the nuclear arms race and Soviet-American relations. Used as research material for the television documentary series produced by station WGBH in Boston, and for the companion book by John Newhouse,...
Relates to military activities of General Roman Ungern-Sternberg in Mongolia during the Russian Civil War.
Relates to calculation of industrial growth in the Soviet Union. Includes drafts of the book by G. Warren Nutter, (1962). Photocopy.
Relates to the prospects for war between the United States and the Soviet Union.