Finding Aid for the Collection of Material about National Socialism in Germany and the United States LSC.0338

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Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Title: National Socialism in Germany and the United States collection of material
Identifier/Call Number: LSC.0338
Physical Description: 7.0 Linear Feet (14 boxes and 5 oversize boxes)
Date (inclusive): 1933-1965
Physical Location: Stored off-site. All requests to access special collections material must be made in advance using the request button located on this page.
Language of Material: Materials are in English and German.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Collection of Material about National Socialism in Germany and the United States (Collection 338). UCLA Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

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UCLA Catalog Record ID

UCLA Catalog Record ID: 9942327723606533 

Scope and Content

Collection consists of pamphlets, newspapers, books, magazines, pictures, photographs, filmstrips, slides, ephemera, and objects relating to the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei in Germany and National Socialism in the United States. Includes handbills, posters, prints of watercolors by Adolf Hitler, SS banners, collages on wood, and filmstrips for the Hitler Youth. Also includes antisemitic materials from the U.S., and radio scripts by Upton Closes.

Organization and Arrangement

Arranged in the following series:
  1. Zeitungsdienst (Boxes 1-5).
  2. Books and pamphlets in English (Boxes 6-7).
  3. Books, pamphlets, and ephemera in various languages (Box 8).
  4. Mitarbeiter des Preussisches Justigministers, photograph album (Box 9).
  5. Sketches, pictures, and printed propaganda (Boxes 10-11).
  6. SS banners, collages on wood (Box 12).
  7. Filmstrips, slides, negatives, and photographs (Boxes 13-14).
  8. U.S. Anti-semitism (Box 15).
  9. Miscellaneous neo-Nazi ephemera (Box 16).
  10. Books in German (Box 17).
  11. Newsclippings, photographs, and magazines (Box 18).
  12. Freude und Arbeit magazine, 1941 (Box 19).

Subjects and Indexing Terms

National socialism -- Archives.
Fascism -- Archives.
Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei.

box 1

Zeitungsdienst: Deutschlanddienst. May 1943-February 1945.

box 2

Zeitungsdienst: Auslandsdienst. February-June 1943.

box 3

Zeitungsdienst: Auslandsdienst. February-June 1943.

box 4

Zeitungsdienst: Auslandsdienst. February-June 1943.

box 5

Zeitungsdienst: Auslandsdienst. February-June 1943.

box 5

Berlinerdienst. April-October 1943.


Books, etc. English

box 6

Heiden, Konrad. Der Fuehrer... Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1944.

box 6

Billingsley, Chris. The Nazis called me traitor. New York: Exposition Press. 1965.

box 6

Trevor-Roper, H.R. The last days of Hitler. New York: Exposition Press. 1965.

box 6

Schneiderman, Harry, ed. The American Jewish year book 5697. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society. 1936.

box 6

[No author given]. The Man who killed Hitler. New York: MacMillan Company. 1947.

box 6

Stewart, A.H. and R.B. Eames. Will Hitler rule the world? No!... Los Angeles: Jewish Hope Publishing House. 1941.

box 6

Hitler, A. Germany declares for peace. Berlin: Liebheit & Thiesen. 1933.

box 6

[No author given]. The Anti-semitic and Nazi incidents. Bonn: The Government of... Germany. 1960.

box 6

Stieve, Friedrich. What the world rejected... n.p. n.d.

box 6

Hitler, Adolf. My battle. Houghton Mifflin. 1933.

box 6

Schadewaldt, Hans, compiler. Polish acts of atrocity against the German minority in Poland. Berlin: Volk und Reich Verlag. 1940.

box 6

Tolischus, Otto D. How Hitler prepared. Reprint from New York Times Magazine: June 16, 23, 30, 1940.

box 6

Grunfeld, Judith. Mobilization of women in Germany. New York: New School for Social Research. 1942.

box 6

Paechter, Heinz. Nazi - Deutsch. New York: Frederick Unger Publishing. 1944.


Books and Pamphlets, English

box 7, folder 1

Facts in Review.

General Physical Description note: 8 issues.
box 7, folder 2

Newspaper clippings.

box 7, folder 3

Miscellaneous ephemera.


Books, Pamphlets and Ephemera

box 8

Various languages: German, Italian, Greek, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch.

box 9

Kerrl, Hanns. Mitarbeiter des Preussisches Justigministers. n.p. Photograph album. n.d.



box 10, folder 1

Printed color sketches of scenes on the Western front.

box 10, folder 2

Pictorial material.

General Physical Description note: 60 prints in folio.
box 10, folder 3

Handbills, posters, brochures and newspapers. March-June 1944.

General Physical Description note: 4 albums.
box 11

Adolf Hitler. Leipzig. 1936.

General Physical Description note: Pictorial scrapbook.
box 11

Deutschland erwacht. Berlin. 1933.

General Physical Description note: Pictorial scrapbook.
box 11

Prints of watercolors by Adolf Hitler.

General Physical Description note: 1 folio.
box 11

Oversize newspaper article.

box 12

SS (?) banners, one with skull & crossbones patch.

General Physical Description note: 2 items.
box 12

Collages on wood.

General Physical Description note: 2 items.
box 13

Filmstrips for the Hitler Youth.

box 14

Filmstrips, slides, negatives, and photographs.


U.S. Anti-Semitism - Books and Pamphlets

box 15, folder 1

Newspaper clippings.

box 15, folder 2-3

Miscellaneous ephemera.

box 16

Miscellaneous neo-Nazi ephemera.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Upton Close's Closer Ups (vol.1-2). September 1945-January 1947. Also, radio scripts. February 1946-January, 1947.

Books, German

box 17

Hartnake, Dr. Wilhelm. Die Ungeborenen. Munehen: Lehmanns verlag. 1936.

box 17

---- , ----. Grosse Deutsche Kunstansstellung 1938. Munchen: Verlag F. Bruckmann KG. 1938.

box 17

---- , ----. Grosse Deutsche Kunstausstellung 1939. Munchen: Verlag F. Bruckmann KG. 1939.

box 17

Erbt, Wilhelm. Weltge schischte anf rassischer Grundlage. Leipzig: Urmanen - Berlag. 1936.

box 17

Hoff, R.D. Kasse. Berlin: Berlag von BG Tenbner. 1934.

box 18

Newsclippings, photographs and magazines. 1934-1945.

box 19

Magazine. Freude und Arbeit ( Joy and Work). 1941.

General Physical Description note: 1 item.