The Klaus J. Herrmann correspondence consists mostly of correspondence. There is a small amount of other documents, including
newsletters, reports, newspaper clippings, research papers, and periodicals. A significant portion of the papers deal with
the American Council of Judaism and other Jewish organizations. There is also research Herrmann compiled on Nazis and far-right
parties in post-World War II Germany.
Klaus J. Herrmann was a professor, lecturer, and researcher.
3.2 Linear Feet
(8 manuscript storage boxes)
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