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.
John A. Dolan supervised the Child Feeding Relief Efforts in Germany following World War I. He continued his stay in Koblenz,
occupying the position of District Executive for the American Department of the Inter-Allied Rhineland High Commission from
1920 to 1922, at which time the operations were transferred from the Americans to the French.
2 manuscript boxes
(0.8 Linear Feet)
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