Correspondence, memoranda, reports, statements, pamphlets, serial issues, and photographs relating to attempts to organize
and secure international agreement for a civilian relief program for Norway, Finland, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Poland
during World War II.
The presidential election over, we determined that the only way relief could be brought to the women, children, and destitute
in the small democracies was to awaken public opinion in the neutral countries to the inconsequential dangers from our proposals.
Both the British and Germans were sensitive to neutral opinions. They needed actual support from the neutrals, or at least
the continued neutrality of these nations.
168 manuscript boxes, 1 card file box, 6 envelopes
(71.2 linear feet)
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