Title: Germany Deutsche Kongress-Zentrale Records
Date (inclusive): 1870-1943
Collection Number: XX346
Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material:
381 manuscript boxes, 47 card file boxes, 17 phonorecord disk boxes, 3 binders, 1 envelope, 1 oversize folder
(191 linear feet)
Correspondence, memoranda, pamphlets, conference proceedings, clippings, and newspaper issues, relating to conferences of
cultural, scientific, social reform, professional, business, educational, and other organizations.
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[Identification of item], Germany Deutsche Kongress-Zentrale Records, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.
Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives.
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The Germany. Deutsche Kongress-Zentrale (DKZ) was founded in 1934, and since November 13, 1936, was subordinated to the Reichsministerium
fur Volksaufklarung und Propaganda of the German government. The DKZ regulated all organizational congresses, conventions,
and meetings taking place in Germany. It issued permits, set dates, and coordinated the meetings with congreses scheduled
abroad. Most private, semi-official, or official organizations in which the German citizenry participated are represented
in this collection. The records include correspondence, memoranda, pamphlets, conference proceedings, clippings, and other
printed matter for the period between 1870 and 1943, relating to both German and international congresses and conferences
in the field of politics, art and sciences, economics, social welfare, trade and industry, labor, and education.
Subjects and Indexing Terms
Congresses and conventions.