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Relates to the role of the historian Frank A. Golder in developing the library and archival holdings of the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. Includes sound recordings of interviews of Thomas A. Bailey and Mabel Junkert, and written...
Novel, essays, petitions, and other writings by Yang Guang, Wei Jing-sheng, and other Chinese dissidents, relating to political conditions and civil liberties in China, and the arrests of Yang Guang and Wei Jing-sheng. Includes photographs of Yang Guang and translations...
Correspondence, memoranda, military orders, maps, and printed matter, relating to activities of the Latvian Legion police battalions and regiments.
Log of official letters sent and received.
An aerial view of Iwo Jima, and a photograph of the dedication of a memorial flagstaff on Iwo Jima by American troops.
Relates to German air operations during World War II. Photocopy.
Relates to cultural conditions in Germany in the 1870s, and to the education in Germany of privileged German-Russian children. Attribution of authorship uncertain. Photocopy.
Clippings, serial issues, reports, other printed matter, sound recordings of radio broadcast news programs from English-language Hong Kong and international sources, and sound recordings of legislative council proceedings, relating to the administration of Hong Kong before and after transfer of...
Relates to allegations of participation in war crimes by Waldheim as a German officer in Yugoslavia and Greece during World War II. Interview conducted by Mary Ann Sieghart for a London television station. Photocopy.
Serial issues, proclamations, cartoons, booklets, and other printed matter, relating to the Soviet occupation of Poland, and especially of the western Ukraine, at the outbreak of World War II, and to the cult of Joseph Stalin.
Writings, memoranda, reports, regulations, directives, personnel records, bulletins, and printed matter, relating to Allied administration of Japan following World War II, especially in regard to economic matters, and to postwar reconstruction and growth of the Japanese economy. Includes extensive drafts...
Personal and collected correspondence, speeches and writings, news dispatches, interviews, reports, memoranda, organizational records, and photographs relating to the Chinese communists; the industrial cooperative movement, student movement, and labor movement in China; the Sian incident, 1936; the Sino-Japanese Conflict; and...
Documentary history relating to the Catholic Church under the communist regime in Poland, 1945-1953. First volume edited by Jan Nowak and second by Tadeusz Żenczykowski.
Writings, instructional and propaganda material, printed matter, photographs, video tapes, and memorabilia, relating to Central Intelligence Agency programs to train Tibetan guerrillas.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to American economic conditions, American economic policy, especially during the presidential administrations of Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard M. Nixon, and especially to banking and taxation issues.
Printed matter and photographs relating to the German national socialist leader Heinrich Himmler. Includes autographs by Himmler, photographs of Himmler's house in Bavaria, and a Himmler family photograph album.
Memoirs, diaries, speeches, correspondence, news clippings, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia relating primarily to the American military campaign in Italy during World War II, especially to the Battle of the Rapido River. Also includes material on the Second Battle of...
Relates to operations of the 36th Division during the Battle of the Rapido River in Italy in 1944. Photocopy.
Relates to the development of area studies, especially Chinese studies, in the United States. Interview conducted by Ramon H. Myers.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and printed matter, relating to activities of the Free Europe Committee in promoting opposition to the communist regimes of Eastern Europe.
Pamphlets, photographs, maps, a poster, and memorabilia, relating to activities of the American Expeditionary Forces in France during World War I.
Photographs depicting relief work in the Caucasus, Turkey, and other areas of the Near East at the end of World War I. Includes a few papers of Mary Jane Steel (Mrs. Earl C. Wallen), relating to her service as a...
Memoirs, obituaries, maps, drawings, and calligraphy, relating primarily to the Jewish community in China during World War II.
Relates to the American Expeditionary Forces in France during World War I.
Journal, printed matter, photographs, postcards, and memorabilia, relating to United States Marine Corps activities in France during World War I.
Diary of A. Balk, prefect of police of Petrograd, 1917, relating to the February Russian Revolution, and correspondence between Nicholas II, tsar of Russia, and P. A. Stolypin, president of the Council of Ministers of Russia, 1906-1911, relating to political...
Depicts German military and aerial operations, and German political leaders during World War II.
Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, newsletters, bulletins, and election campaign material relating to libertarianism, issued by the Libertarian Party and other libertarian organizations in the United States, including many state, local, and campus libertarian groups, and by libertarian organizations in Canada.
Report and memoir, relating to conditions in Romania at the end of World War II; and to the Second International Technical Congress of the World Engineering Conference, Cairo, 1949, especially to activities of communist delegates.
Relates to German military operations during World War I. Includes some correspondence of other family members.
Depicts the effects of the German bombing of Warsaw, September 1939. Collected by the Wanda Roehr Foundation.
Relates to activities of Trotskyist political groups in China and the United States, and analysis of political conditions in China and elsewhere. Consists primarily of letters received from the American Trotskyist C. Frank Glass
Relates to the life of the Chinese communist leader Qu Qiubai and his role in the Chinese communist movement from 1921 until his death in 1935. Published under the same title (T'ien-chin shih, 1989). Includes handwritten corrections. Photocopy.
Diaries, photographs, and writings relating to Taiwanese military policy and to confidential relations between Taiwan and the People's Republic of China.
Memoirs, correspondence, reports, military documents, personal documents, and photographs, relating to West German military assistance to Taiwan.
Memoirs, other writings, notes, handbooks, and printed matter, relating to political and economic conditions in Taiwan.
Acquired in 2008, the Jude Wanniski papers in the Hoover Institution Archives document the career of a journalist and consultant who, from the early 1970s until his death in 2005, sought to influence both popular opinion and the political establishment...
Relates to allegations that the German Nazi Party had received financial support from American bankers, including one "Sidney Warburg."
Notes, anthropological field study data, writings, correspondence, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to the Tanka boat people of Hong Kong, ethnology of other Southeast Asian peoples, and the Chinese opera.
Memoirs, reports, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to education in India, and to educational assistance programs of the Ford Foundation and other agencies directed toward underdeveloped countries.
Reports, studies, memoranda, minutes, correspondence, pamphlets, and other printed matter, relating to area studies and foreign language studies in the United States, education to promote international understanding, and American-Japanese cultural relations.
Writings, entitled On the Firing-Line of Thought, 1914-1924 (1924), and Masters of Medicine and War : A Retrospect (ca. 1929), relating to the pacifist movement and the responsibilities of the medical profession in relation to it.
Drafts and research notes for a study, entitled Key People in Satellite Countries, 1944-1955, relating to the communist leadership in Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Czechoslovakia, and Hungary.
Relates to the development of Marxist-Leninist thought regarding Asia and other colonial areas. Photocopy.
Relates to the political role of the German officer corps under national socialism, and to allegations by General Alfred Jodl that W. Warlimont was guilty of war crimes.
Depicts American military officials and visiting American and Japanese officials in the Ryukyu Islands.
Speeches and debates, featuring George Lincoln Rockwell and other American right-wing spokesmen, relating to race relations, fascism and right-wing politics in the United States.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, press releases, press conference transcripts, press summaries, photographs, clippings, and other printed matter relating to American foreign and domestic policy during the presidential administrations of Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford, the Watergate affair, and...
Diary and memoirs, relating to the American ambulance service in France during World War I, and to conditions in France at the time of its capitulation in World War II.
Relates to the German occupation of Warsaw during World War II, and to the Warsaw uprising of 1944.
Depicts social conditions, railroads, and Allied troops in Siberia and Manchuria during the Russian Revolution. Includes some postcards of buildings and war damage in France.
Relates to social conditions in Russia before and during World War I and the Russian Revolution. German-language version published as Verschwundenes Russland (Vienna, 1980). Photocopy.
Film of relief efforts in Armenia, circa 1917, and of the 1924 Olympic Games.
Writings, reports, memoranda, orders, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American military administration of Okinawa immediately after World War II. Entire collection also on microfilm (36 reels).
Speeches and writings, studies, reports, memoranda, correspondence, notes, and printed matter, relating to economic planning in the U.S., Mexico, Ecuador, Egypt, India, Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan; and to Allied civil affairs administration in North Africa during World War II.
Correspondence, postcards, leaflets, and miscellany, relating to civilian relief work in France during and after World War I, and especially to the work of Fatherless Children of France.
Correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, photographs, and postcards relating to relief work in France during World War I and to the Allied Powers during the war.
Correspondence, memoranda, and clippings, relating to World War I and the Spanish Civil War.
Memoirs, other writings, underground publications, other printed matter, personal documents, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to the Polish resistance movement during World War II, postwar political dissent in Poland, the Solidarnosc movement, and Polish émigré affairs.
Depicts social conditions and refugees in Yugoslavia, Russia, and Turkey at the end of World War I.
Correspondence, clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, memorabilia, sound and video recordings, and motion picture film related to efforts in New York to mobilize popular support for American servicemen and prisoners of war in Vietnam both during and after the Vietnam War.
Correspondence, orders, drafts of speeches, printed matter, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to post-World War II American antisubmarine force operations and to National Aeronautics and Space Administration activities.
Relates to world economic conditions. Sponsored by the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace.
Transcript of interview, 1975, of Robert C. Ebaugh, United States Army Counter Intelligence Corps agent who impersonated Franklin D. Roosevelt at the Teheran Conference, 1943; clippings, 1952-1976, relating to R. C. Ebaugh; and arrest records of Nazi leaders tried for...
Writings, correspondence, photocopies of government documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Japanese military operations against the west coast of the United States during World War II. Used as research material for the book by Bert Webber, Retaliation: Japanese Attacks...
Correspondence, reports, and memoranda, relating to post-communist era radio and television broadcasting in Eastern Europe.
The papers relate to theology, and to missionary activities and Christian education in China. They are comprised of diaries, correspondence, notebooks, writings, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia.
Sound recording of a speech at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, 1983, relating to high technology aspects of national security vulnerability; and video tape of a speech at the National Press Club, 1985, relating to Soviet espionage...
Relates to the Bavarian Soviet Republic of 1919, the political situation in Bavaria in its aftermath, and the Bavarian particularist movement. Master's thesis, Stanford University.
Orders, plans, memoranda, reports, correspondence, speeches and writings, clippings, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to Allied strategic planning during World War II, military operations in China, American foreign policy in China, and postwar American politics and foreign relations.
Relates to the Irish independence movement, April-December 1921. Issued by Irish nationalists.
Relates to the role of Venustiano Carranza, president of Mexico, 1917-1920, in the Mexican Revolution.
Study entitled From War to Peace, relating to the causes of World War II and prospects for peace; and photocopy of a memorandum relating to the proposed establishment of an Academy on War and Peace in connection with the Hoover...
Printed writings, relating to Canadian politics, the Polish community in Canada, and contemporary conservatism.
Relates to post-1949 Chinese history. Includes summaries of interviews with Deng Xiaoping, Jiang Zemin and Yang Shangkun.
Relates to political conditions in Taiwan, and to Taiwanese-American relations.
Correspondence, writings, conference papers, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to political conditions in Taiwan, Taiwanese foreign policy, Taiwanese-Chinese relations, and Taiwanese-American relations.
Speeches and writings, pamphlets, and clippings, relating to American federal credit programs, business and inflation, government regulation of business, utility regulation, and military-industrial relations.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, government documents, printed matter, audiovisual material, and memorabilia, relating to a Dutch-Paris escape route from Nazi-occupied Europe for political refugees, Jews and Allied servicemen. Includes related materials collected by Alberto Sbacchi, and records of the John...
The papers consist of correspondence, writings, memoranda, minutes, and printed matter relating to Weigel's role as a theologian and scholar, the role of religion, specifically from the Christian and Catholic point of view, in American foreign policy, peace and disarmament...
Diary, history, press conference transcript, orders, dispatches, memoranda, maps, and photographs, relating to activities of Chinese forces in India during World War II, and to the surrender of Japanese forces in China in 1945.
Relates to proposals for Anglo-French naval cooperation at the time of the Italian invasion of Albania in 1939. Photocopy.
Correspondence, bulletins, reports, studies, conference proceedings, pamphlets, and serial issues, relating to education, educational planning, and student life in West Germany.
The papers span much of the career of an important American historian who has also long been involved in the arena of public policy. Consisting of correspondence, writings, conference proceedings, printed matter, and some sound recordings, the papers largely relate...
The papers of the American political scientist include writings, notes, correspondence, reports, printed matter, and photographs relating to the career of the black French colonial administrator Félix Eboué in Martinique, Guadeloupe, and French Equatorial Africa; and to the political development...
Writings, notes, correspondence, government documents, bulletins and issuances of Congolese political organizations, reports, studies, conference materials, and printed matter, relating to nationalism in and independence of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Parti Solidaire Africain, Patrice Lumumba, civil war...
The papers document Seymour Weiss’s long career as an analyst at the U.S. Department of State. Working closely with his counterparts in the Department of Defense, Weiss specialized in the fields of nuclear strategy and arms control. The bulk of...
Relates to German military operations during World War II.
Sound recordings on compact sound cassettes relating to contemporary political, social and economic conditions throughout the world, and especially in the Soviet Union and its successor states, from a weekly radio program broadcast on radio station KPFK, Los Angeles.
Pamphlets, government issuances, transcripts of interviews, and ephemeral publications, relating to the political development of West Africa. Used as research material for C. E. Welch's book, (1966).
Correspondence, writings and photographs, relating to political conditions in China.
Memoirs and printed matter, relating to social conditions in Germany and to the fire-bombing of Dresden during World War II.
Relates to secret service activities of Sicherheitsdienst Office VI F.
Writings, diary, correspondence, syllabi, outlines, and printed matter, relating to education in the United States.
Correspondence, writings, memoranda, and clippings relating to the Soviet political system, political and economic conditions in Latin America and other parts of the world, and the theory of evolution.
Reports, manuals, orders, correspondence, memoranda, printed matter, and photographs relating to American military operations, especially in Vietnam, and to United States Army development of combat systems and tactics, especially the use of armor.
Curricular materials, writings, notes, reports, and printed matter, relating to the teaching of social studies in the United States.
Report of the Drafting Committee of the second West Indian Conference. Includes transcript of an interview of Rexford G. Tugwell, governor of Puerto Rico, relating to discussion at the conference of social and economic conditions in the West Indies.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, serial issues, and other printed matter relating to the Vietnam War, the Watergate affair, and American and international politics during the presidencies of Eisenhower, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, and Reagan.
Correspondence, memoranda, leaflets, and clippings, relating to the activities of the league in promoting patriotism and isolationism, and in opposing subversion, socialism, communism, the New Deal, and the income tax.
Resolutions, agenda, and study papers, relating to the international situation and American foreign policy.
Newsletters, report, leaflets, videotape films, and videotape film transcript, relating to international communism in world politics, Soviet espionage and communist subversion in the United States, international terrorism, and allegations of Soviet use of chemical and biological warfare.
Relates to the capitulation of France in 1940.
Correspondence, writings, memoranda, notes, and printed matter, relating to communism, especially in Latin America; espionage and internal security in the United States; and racial, ethnic and class analyses of political and intellectual elites.
Correspondence, writings, notes, interview transcripts, printed matter, and sound and video recordings, relating to twentieth-century American politics, Joseph P. Kennedy and the Kennedy family, the Republican Party, and the presidential administrations of Richard M. Nixon and Ronald Reagan. Includes research...
Correspondence, writings, certificates, clippings, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to American naval operations in World War I, in Turkey and China in the 1920s, and in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Includes sound recordings and transcript of interview conducted...
Interview transcript, correspondence, reports, studies, statements, press releases, orders, service records, and video tape, relating to American naval operations during World War II, especially the undeclared naval war in the Atlantic and the question of advance knowledge of the Japanese...
Contracts, letters of recommendation, and a passport, relating to American commercial transactions in Kobe, Japan, and elsewhere.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, diaries, memoranda, maps, motion picture film, sound recordings, and photographs relating to military engineering; the Panama Canal; World War I; American military operations in the China-Burma-India Theater during World War II; construction of the Stilwell...
Writings, notes, statistics, printed matter, sound recordings, and copies of German government records, relating to the Unabhangige sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands and its relation with the Second and Third Internationals, and to socialist and labor movements in Germany, especially during World...
Letters, conference papers, and testimony, relating to environmental and consumer protection, especially health effects of smoking, diet, pesticides, and toxic wastes. Photocopy.
Photographs, depicting communist leaders from various countries, and including delegates to congresses of the Communist International; and letters, other writings, and diagrams, relating to the residence of Karl Marx at 4 Anderson Street, Chelsea, London, from 1849 to 1850.
Correspondence, studies, reports, maps, and notes, relating to mineral resources in Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Greece, and Yugoslavia.
Reports, relating to antisemitic, neo-Nazi and other far right-wing organizations in the United States, their involvement in terrorist incidents, support extended by private right-wing groups in the United States to the contra guerrilla movement in Nicaragua, and alleged involvement of...
Correspondence, writings, reports, resolutions, minutes, discussion bulletins, and printed matter, relating to American Trotskyist politics, the Socialist Workers Party, and the formation of the Spartacist League. Includes a few items relating to the Communist Party of the United States and...
Relates to President and Mrs. Hoover during and after their residence in the White House. Photocopy.
Memoranda and resolutions, relating to the work of the Paris Peace Conference. Photocopy.
The records consist of correspondence, expense statements, memoranda, pamphlets, and reports, relating to the physical and social condition of children in the United States, the status of school health education and health service programs, and proposals for the promotion of...
Relates to conditions in German prison camps during World War I.
The Raymond R. White collection consists of documents relating to the Stanford antiwar movement and to the wider radical political and countercultural scene in the Palo Alto area in the late 1960s and early 1970s. White was a member of...
Printed matter and miscellany, relating to political and social conditions in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Relates to the Allied occupation of Germany at the end of World War II and to German public opinion regarding the occupation, World War II, and the Nazi regime. Annotated by Herbert Hoover. Subsequently published under the title, Report on...
Depicts activities of members of the American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia and the Russian Railway Service Corps, General William S. Graves, Czech and Russian military forces, and the living quarters of Tsar Nicholas II at Ekaterinburg.
Orders, reports, correspondence, photographs, and motion picture film, relating to the sinking of the American gunboat Panay in China, 1937; to other activities of the United States Navy in China, 1937-1940; and to American naval operations in the Atlantic and...
Writings, diaries, scrapbooks, drawings, printed matter, and photographs relating to Belgian-American relations during World War I, the work of the Commission for Relief in Belgium, and the writings of Brand Whitlock.
Journal, reports, and printed articles, relating to the development of the Polaris missile and other American naval weapons systems. Photocopy.
Relates to leaders of the Nationalkomitee "Freies Deutschland" and similar anti-fascist organizations of German prisoners of war and refugees in the Soviet Union during World War II.
Renunciation by S. Wiasemsky of landholdings in Russia, resolutions of the Russian National Progressive Party, and a memorandum on the dynasties of Russia.
Embroidered cloth commemorating the Commission for Relief in Belgium. Names of members of the commission are embroidered on the cloth.
Relates to Lester James Wright, American missionary in Turkey and Near East Relief worker after World War I.
Relates to German-Polish relations during the German Revolution at the end of World War I. Original history published under the title Woelkopolska a Prusy w Dobie Powstania 1918-19 (1932)
Correspondence, memoirs, and clippings, relating to the siege of Tsingtao, China, in 1914; Wiesinger's experiences as a Japanese prisoner of war following the siege; social conditions in China during the 1920s; and conditions in Germany during World War II.
Writings, correspondence, and photocopies of United States Army Psychological Warfare Branch, Office of War Information, State Department, and Federal Bureau of Investigation memoranda and reports, relating to activities of the Japanese-American Koji Ariyoshi as an American psychological warfare specialist and...
Relates to the occupation and administration of Belgium by the Germans during World War II. Published in 1975 by the Royal Academy for Sciences, Literature and Arts of Belgium under the title Het Beleid van het Comité van de Secretarissen-Generaal...
Correspondence, writings, memoranda, reports, pamphlets, other printed matter, and miscellanea, relating to American and world politics, the administrations of Herbert Hoover and Franklin D. Roosevelt, development of natural resources in the United States, national health and other social problems, the...
Relates to conditions in the prison camp.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and statistics, relating to economic conditions in the United States during World War I and to the activities of the War Trade Board.
Sound recordings of interviews with political activists, video tape of demonstrations, leaflets, and newspaper issues, relating to the Tiananmen Square incident in China in 1989.
Relates to political conditions in Ireland and Northern Ireland during World War II, and to Irish public opinion regarding the stationing of American troops in Northern Ireland.
Copies of letters from William II, relating to European diplomacy before World War I. Includes an autographed portrait of William II in 1912; photographs of William II in Morocco in 1905, with Theodore Roosevelt in 1910, and with Paul von...
The William J. Donovan Foundation was created in the early 1980s with the goal of promoting the life and legacy of Donovan, the head of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the American intelligence agency active during World War II....
Correspondence, writings, and printed matter, relating to the book by M. William, entitled Sun Yat-Sen versus Communism : New Evidence Establishing China's Right to the Support of Democratic Nations (Baltimore, 1932).
Correspondence, notes, newsletters, printed matter, photographs, memorabilia, and personal documents relating to American prisoners of war and missing in action in the Vietnam War, and to activities of the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast...
Glass plate slides of Commission for Relief in Belgium operations during World War I.
Nineteenth century Japanese vase; eighteenth century Chinese cloisonné vase; and late nineteenth century Persian brass vase.
The papers of Robert Parvin Williams, Brigadier General, U.S. Army, include diaries, memoirs, correspondence, studies, memoranda, photographs, maps, charts, and printed matter relating to the U.S. Army Medical Service in the China-India-Burma Theater during World War II and during the...
Correspondence, speeches, orders, memoranda, reports, interview transcripts, conference notes, photographs, and sound recordings relating to American military activities in the European Theater during World War II, Amerian military operations in the Korean War, and American military assistance to South Vietnam.
Correspondence, speeches, press releases, memoranda, reports, and clippings, relating to the unsuccessful election campaign of S. M. Williams for California attorney general in 1966, and to California state health and welfare policy during the gubernatorial administration of Ronald Reagan.
Pamphlets, political addresses, memorabilia, and printed matter, relating to the 1936 American presidential election, and to the views of Herbert Hoover on national and international affairs. Includes sword and flag.
Relates to conditions in the Santo Tomás, Philippines, internment camp during World War II. Includes photocopies of related documents and clippings. Photocopy.
The papers relate to the activities of Stanford University and former Stanford students during World War I, the Tacna-Arica boundary dispute, European topography, and submarine warfare logistics during World War II, in writings, studies, correspondence, and photographs.
This collection is comprised of the office and personal files of Benjamin Coppage Willis, documenting his activities as superintendent of Chicago schools and as a major figure in public education from 1953 to 1969, represented in the form of minutes...
Writings, notes, memoranda, clippings, hearing testimony, printed matter, and microfilm, relating to Herbert Hoover, World War I relief operations, the blockade of Germany at the end of World War I, and the Bonus March on Washington in 1932.
Correspondence, speeches, memoranda, reports, bulletins, printed matter, and photographs, relating to post-World War II American foreign policy, especially in Switzerland, Norway, and Ceylon.
Relates to Greek diplomacy during World War I. Master's thesis, Stanford University.
Relates to conditions in Great Britain during World War II. Written by a cousin in Scotland.
Relates to American foreign and domestic policy. Includes speeches delivered at Los Angeles and San Francisco, and a few radio announcements.
Drafts, reports, correspondence, newsletters, printed matter, and a sound recording relating to the World War II campaigns of General Douglas MacArthur in the Pacific, the Richard Sorge espionage case, the anti-communist movement in the United States, Cold War defense needs...
Biographical study of the British journalist and peace advocate Sir Norman Angell.
Correspondence, writings, clippings, and other printed matter, relating primarily to the life of Herbert Hoover. Includes material used as research for the book by C. G. Wilson, entitled
German World War II military equipment, including a Luftwaffe survival kit; army, navy, air force and Nazi party insignia; and flags. Includes some correspondence and photographs.
Correspondence, memoirs, clippings, and miscellany, relating to conditions in the Santo Tomás and Los Baños internment camps in the Japanese-occupied Philippines during World War II.
Handbooks, reports, memoranda, bulletins, and instructional materials, relating to American administration of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands after World War II, and especially to education. Photocopy.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, printed matter, and photographs, relating to education in the United States and Turkey, international education, and activities promoting education undertaken by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, its Preparatory Commission, and the...
Materials relating to conditions in the Japanese-occupied Philippines during World War II and the return of American troops to the Philippines, including writings, leaflets, posters, and proclamations.
Newspaper and periodical articles, relating primarily to British politics. Includes daily columns by P. W. Wilson in the , 1907-1917, and weekly columns in , 1912-1937, relating to activities of the British Parliament.
Orders, reports, and speeches, relating to American naval operations in the South Pacific during World War II. Includes speeches by Admiral of the Fleet William F. Halsey.
Relates to American military engineering activities in France during World War I. Includes map and postcards.
Correspondence, American Red Cross reports, card files on individuals, club membership lists, and printed matter, relating to the personal experiences of former residents of the Far East, as reported in the monthly newsletter, The Far Easterner; and to Japanese internment...
Relates to the Japanese capture of Nanking, 1937.
Relates to relief work in Armenia during World War I.
Relates to American military activities in India, Ceylon, and elsewhere in the Southeast Asia Command and the India-Burma Theater during World War II.
Relates to medical and other conditions of American prisoners of war in Bilibid Prison during World War II.
Executive orders and proclamations, relating to American neutrality, trade with belligerents, declaration of war, and establishment of defensive sea area during World War I
Newsreels depicting the American invasion of North Africa in 1942, and the capture of Tarawa by American forces in 1943.
Letters, memoranda, notes, pamphlets, newsletters, and other printed matter, relating to the right-wing political figure Gerald L. K. Smith, Smith's leadership of the isolationist America First Party during World War II and of the Christian Nationalist Crusade subsequently, and accusations...
Correspondence, notes, interview summaries, radio broacast transcripts, and printed matter, relating to world affairs and American foreign policy, and to the Communist Party of India and its leader M. N. Roy. In part used as research material for the book...
Responses by Polish survivors of the invasion of Poland in 1939 to a questionnaire, relating to their experiences of the invasion.
Relates to the German occupation of Norway and to the experiences of Norwegian pilots in exile.
Relates to German military activities during World War II.
Correspondence, minutes, resolutions, petitions, lists, and printed matter, relating to activities of the Polish American Congress and to other aspects of Polish émigré affairs.
Relates to American aerial operations in France and Trier, Germany, at the end of World War I.
Correspondence, passports, invitations, certificate, and clippings, relating to activities of the American Red Cross in France, 1918, and personal and family matters.
Photograph of N. Wiren, and Russian military sword.
Polling data, reports, studies, correspondence, speeches, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to American public opinion on domestic political and foreign policy issues. Includes polls conducted on behalf of Ronald Reagan in conjunction with his campaigns for governor of California and...
Relates to economic and social development in the Soviet Occupation Zone of Germany, 1945-1949.
Relates to the trial of German nationalists from Memel in Lithuania.
Annual meeting proceedings, minutes, newsletters, constitution, speeches, and letters, relating to education and educational research activities in Wisconsin.
Writings, reports, memoranda, booklets, leaflets, magazines, newspapers, memorials, and speeches, relating to political conditions in Poland during World War I, and the development of Polish nationalism
Clippings, photographs, postcards, and memorabilia, relating to World War I. Includes a dagger made from shells and casings by German hospital prisoners, and a photograph of a Civil War drawing by L. S. Wisner's grandfather of Spottsylvania, Virginia, 1864.
Depicts synagogues and scenes of Jewish life, primarily in and around Bialystok, Poland, prior to and during World War II.
Relates to national socialism in Germany, the role of propaganda, post-World War II German reparations, and plans for world peace.
Relates to work of the Commission for Relief in Belgium during World War I.
Memoir, other writings, and correspondence, relating to engineering projects in the Soviet Union. Includes a biographical sketch of Witkin by Eugene Lyons.
Pamphlets and serial issues, clandestinely issued in German-occupied Belgium during World War II, relating to the Belgian resistance movement
Speeches and writings, memoirs, correspondence, notes, studies, reports, printed matter, and audiovisual materials, relating to the history of China from ancient times to the twentieth century; the development of Chinese studies in the West; the concept of an Asiatic mode...
Memoir, orders, maps, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to American air operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Includes uniform, survival kit, and flight equipment used by American pilots during World War II.
Relates to the trial of E. von Witzleben and seven others in Berlin, August 7 to 8, 1944, for complicity in the plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler on July 20, 1944.
Letters, clippings, and photographs, relating to the American ambulance service in France and Albania during World War I.
Contains speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, memoranda, reports, studies, and printed matter; relating to American military and national security policy, nuclear warfare strategic planning, and nuclear proliferation issues. Includes the papers of Roberta Wohlstetter, wife of Albert J. Wohlstetter.
Bulletins, underground publications, and printed matter, relating to activities of Solidarnosc and to political conditions in Poland, 1976-2009.
Relates to the situation of the Polish army and general staff on the eve of World War II, to military causes of the Polish defeat in September 1939, and to German sabotage and atrocities in Poland. Prepared by members of...
Photographs depicting American troops and entertainers, street scenes, and scenes of war damage, in France and elsewhere in western Europe.
Relates to the membership of A. Wolf in the Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei and to his subsequent disillusionment with the party.
Relates to human rights conditions, conditions of political prisoners, and dissidents in Czechoslovakia.
Depicts Leon Trotsky and others at hearings in Coyoacan, Mexico, of the Commission of Inquiry into the Charges Made against Leon Trotsky in the Moscow Trials.
Writings, correspondence, notes, memoranda, clippings, other printed matter, and audiovisual material relating to Marxism; the international communist movement; communism in the Soviet Union, the United States, and elsewhere; literature and art in the Soviet Union and in Mexico; and the...
Contains fictional and journalistic writings, correspondence, printed matter, identification card, medals, and photographs, relating to conditions in the Samara Province of Russia and operations of the American Relief Administration in Russia, and to European politics in the interwar period.
Correspondence, writings, notes, memoranda, reports, studies, statements, proposals, resolutions, and printed matter relating to the disputed status of Cyprus and especially to the application of international law to the matter.
Voter registration lists for Wolfen in 1989; lists of persons who failed to vote in the communal elections of 1984, 1986 and 1989 together with age, address and reason for non-participation; and statistical summaries. Includes official literature on the regulation...
Printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to the fiftieth anniversary commemoration of the first transcontinental flight over the North Pole, made by Soviet airmen in 1937.
Relates to German submarine warfare during World War II. Written and produced by Patrick Griffin.
Letters, clippings, photographs, and a diary, relating to the Vlasov movement and to Russian refugee life after World War II.
Relates to the nineteenth-century Russian admiral Mikhail Petrovich Lazarev, explorer of the Pacific and Antarctic Oceans, and commander of the Black Sea Fleet, 1834-1851. Photocopy.
Relates to the Bavarian Soviet Republic of 1919, the development of the German communist movement to 1933, activities of the Communist International, and the development of communism in the Soviet Union to 1933. Photocopy.
The collection is comprised of newsletters, memoranda, letters, leaflets, and flyers relating to Polish opposition to Soviet and communist forces at the end of World War II.
Relates to German military operations during World War II.
The collection includes materials related to famine and earthquake relief and welfare in Japan, and consists of writings, correspondence, photographs, clippings, and memorabilia.
Chinese vase and bowl.
Relates to educational testing activities of the Educational Records Bureau. Interviews conducted by Gary Saretzky. Photocopy.
Pamphlets, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to conditions in Great Britain and the United States during World War I, and to conduct of German troops in Belgium. Includes photographs of Head House Base Hospital, Camp Sherman, Ohio, and Italian newspaper issues,...
Writings, notes, correspondence, photocopies of government documents, books, other printed matter, photographs, and videotapes, relating to Jan Karski, the resistance movement and Jewish holocaust in Poland during World War II, and Jewish refugees in the Soviet Union. In part, used...
Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, memoranda, financial, legal and student records, and printed matter, relating to education in Nepal and India, to American educational assistance to Nepal, and especially to activities of the American Nepal Education Foundation in sponsoring education...
Correspondence, writings, personnel records, flight logbooks, manuals, newsletters, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to airplane ferrying operations of the Air Transport Auxiliary in Great Britain during World War II, and to the role of women in aviation.
Relates to activities of the destroyer U.S.S. Porter in the Atlantic during World War I.
Writings, letters, notes, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to the history of education; education in the United States, the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia and elsewhere; Soviet-American cultural relations; and social and political conditions in the Soviet Union during the interwar...
Speeches and writings, letters, notes, certificates, printed matter, and photographs, relating primarily to military operations of the American Expeditionary Forces in France during World War I, and especially to activities of the 38th Infantry Regiment at the Second Battle of...
Depicts people, scenic views, military parades, and captured weapons, in Japan after the end of the Russo-Japanese War.
Relates to the American and international Trotskyist movements. Photocopy.
Clippings, correspondence, and typescripts of speeches, relating to American politics, Herbert Hoover, and the Republican Party.
Correspondence, memoranda, and circulars, relating to criminal syndicalism charges brought against Norman Mini and others, and to defense efforts of the Non-Partisan Labor Defense and National Sacramento Appeal Committee.
Reports, newsletters, speeches, and informational material, relating to African art.
Drafts and printed copies of articles, memoranda, and correspondence, relating to the composition and publication of sample encyclopedia articles. Photocopy.
Minutes, correspondence, transcripts of forum proceedings, financial records, and printed matter, relating to international organization and the United Nations, and especially to the 22nd World Congress of the World Federalist Movement, held in San Francisco in 1995.
Schedules, rosters, press releases, writings of tour members, and printed matter distributed as background material to tour members, relating to political, social and economic conditions in South Africa, race relations in South Africa, American foreign policy concerning South Africa, and...
Photographs, cartoons, and postcards depicting a variety of scenes and personalities from World War I.
Books, booklets, correspondence, drawings, flyers, forms, leaflets, maps, memorabilia, newspapers and clippings, pamphlets, press releases, sheet music, and other printed matter and ephemera relating to military operations and home front conditions, particularly in Germany and the United States, during World...
Photographs and postcards depicting a variety of scenes and personalities from World War II.
Leaflets, pamphlets, proclamations, clippings, propaganda, manuals, other printed matter, letters, reports, memoranda, maps, memorabilia, and miscellany relating to military operations and home front conditions in many countries during World War II, including material on military occupations, prisoners of war, and...
Minutes, resolutions, correspondence, memoranda, reports, financial records, serial issues, bulletins, newsletters, and other printed matter, relating to peace movements in the United States, pacifism, conscientious objectors, disarmament, nuclear weapons, American foreign policy, world affairs, and the Vietnamese War.
Video recordings of interviews of leaders and associates of the Communist Party of the United States of America, relating to communism in the United States.
Relates to the founding of the Union de la gauche socialiste and to its political orientation.
Printed photographs from the "Album of the Masquerade Ball at the Winter Palace in February 1903," depicting members of the Russian nobility; and a book, entitled Kazanskii Sobor, 1811-1911, v Sanktpeterburge, relating to the Kazan Cathedral in Saint Petersburg.
Letters, pamphlets, postcards, photographs, and memorabilia, relating primarily to the Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei.
The papers of the American Foreign Service officer and Sovietologist include writings, notes, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to the Soviet government, foreign policy, espionage and clandestine activities, and especially the use of disinformation as a tactic. Includes photocopies of...
Reports, memoranda, and other writings, relating to post-World War II politics in the Soviet Union and Poland, American and Soviet intelligence and propaganda activities, and activities of Russian and Ukrainian emigre groups. Many of the documents were prepared for the...
Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings from the British press and memorabilia, relating to World War I.
Letters, reminiscences, and reports, relating to British soldiers in German prison camps during World War II.
Relates to the presidency of Raymond Poincaré, 1913-1920.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, resolutions, theses, and notes, relating to Marxian theory, the translation of works of Leon Trotsky, Trotskyist activities in the United States and abroad, and analysis of the post-World War II Chinese and Eastern European states.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, testimony, reports, conference proceedings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to internal security in the United States, international law, law in the United States, and California politics.
Publications and Chinese government internal documents, relating to political prisoners and forced labor camps in China.
Relates to the situation of the Protestant churches in Germany during World War II.
Speech delivered at the Sixth Conference of Teachers of International Law and Related Subjects, at the Brookings Institute, Washington, D.C., April 27, 1938.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, notes, memoranda, grant applications and reports, student papers, school handbooks and manuals, printed matter, and financial records, relating to education in the United States, and especially to education for character development, elementary and secondary schools in...