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Relates to internal political struggles (especially between G. M. Malenkov and A. A. Zhdanov) as a factor in Soviet foreign policy formulation in the early post-World War II period, and particularly with regard to the Soviet-Yugoslav break. Enlarged version published...
Correspondence, memoirs, lectures, reports, surveys, patents, clippings, sketches, and photographs, relating to economic, scientific, and technological developments in the mining and metallurgical industries of China, Japan, and the Far East, with emphasis on nickel alloys, China labor and dockyard projects,...
Relates to unoffical diplomatic and commercial relations between the United States and the Soviet Union during the 1920s.
Study entitled "War Comes to Long An" (1969), relating to political events in Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam, 1954-1968; and essay entitled "Whither the Philippines?" (1975), relating to contemporary Philippine politics. In part, photocopy.
Sound and videotape recordings of proceedings, relating to the Roman Catholic Church and antisemitism in Poland. Conference organized by Bohdan W. Oppenheim.
Relates to the indictment at the Nuremberg Trial of the Ministry of Justice of the National Socialist German Workers Party. Published in the Juristische Wochenschrift.
Advocates sexual abstinence. Published by Norman Remington, Baltimore. Includes list of testimonials from prominent Americans.
Relates to the communist movement in Germany. Photocopy.
Relates to American naval operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II, the development of naval aviation, postwar American defense policy, and American policy in the Indochinese War of 1946-1954. Published as From Pearl Harbor to Vietnam : The...
The Radical right collection is comprised of pamphlets, leaflets, newspaper and serial issues, newsletters, bulletins, circulars, and other printed and near-print material issued by right-wing organizations and individuals, largely in the United States. The materials relate to anti-communist, nationalist, fundamentalist,...
Minutes of the Klub Radikalnih Poslanika of the Radikalna Stanka, relating to Serbian politics and parliamentary strategy. Photocopy.
American radio broadcasting organization operating Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty. Includes sound recordings of broadcasts, scripts, correspondence, and memoranda relating to broadcasts by Radio Free Europe to audiences in Eastern Europe and to broadcasts by Radio Liberty to audiences...
The records of the American radio broadcasting organization operating Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) include correspondence, memoranda, reports, financial and legal records, technical specifications, opinion survey data, serial issues, other publications, and microfilm relating to operations of Radio...
Letters, lists, memoranda, schedules, and broadcast transcripts, relating to Allied propaganda directed at foreign workers in Germany.
Relates to the Korean reunification question. Broadcasts monitored by United States Army Forces in South Korea.
Relates to the overthrow of the government of Salvador Allende in Chile by the coup of September 11, 1973.
Correspondence, reports, diplomatic dispatches, military and historical studies, clippings, and printed matter, relating to Hungarian history, politics, and government, the Danube Valley, the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, World War II military campaigns, world politics, Palestinian history, and Jewish-Arab relations.
Relates to the Vietnamese War and to the role of János Péter, foreign minister of Hungary, in negotiations between the United States and North Vietnam.
Relates to South African politics and to Cecil Rhodes.
Cartoons, sketches, paintings, correspondence, clippings, newspaper issues, and photographs, relating primarily to World War I. Includes anti-German World War I cartoons, and cartoons relating to interwar world politics.
Speeches, radio addresses, conference papers, and journal articles, relating to educational and other strategies for development in underdeveloped countries, especially Iran and Mali, and to activities of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
Correspondence, writings, bulletins, serial issues, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Bulgarian history, the Bulgarian Orthodox Eastern Church, Bulgarian émigré affairs, and activities of anti-communist organizations, including the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations and the Bulgarian National Front.
Photocopies of correspondence, memoranda, reports, and government documents, and photographs, relating mainly to relations of the Catholic Church with the government of Poland. Includes photocopies of personal papers relating to General Wojciech Jaruzelski, photocopies of letters by Adolf Hitler relating...
Relates to relief work in China, Polish refugees and relief needs during World War II, Polish relations with the United States and the Soviet Union, and postwar prospects for Poland. Letters addressed to the Polish foreign minister August Zaleski. Photocopy.
Relates to socialist activities in the Balkans, and to the Russian Revolution. Photocopy.
Diaries, writings, correspondence, printed matter, photographs, and video tapes relating to political conditions in Poland during the 1980s, and to the Polska Zjednoczona Partia Robotnicza.
Correspondence, personal documents and photographs, relating to the House of Romanov and Russian émigré affairs.
Depicts Francisco Franco, other Spanish political leaders, foreign diplomats and other officials visiting Spain, and scenes of political, military, cultural, social, and religious life in Spain.
Pamphlets, leaflets, clippings, and postcards, relating to the February 1917 Revolution in Russia. Includes fragments of burned records of the tsarist secret police (Okhrana).
Relates to the organization, operations, motivation, and morale of Viet Cong and North Vietnamese troops, 1964-1968, based on 2400 interviews with Vietnamese
Relates to social conditions in China and the Philippines. Letters written to a friend in the United States.
French helmet, German belt buckle, pin, cigarette lighter, and five decorations (medals, ribbons, and citation) given to P. J. Rankin by the French War Ministry in 1917. Includes two American posters from World War II.
Correspondence with and about Ivy Litvinov, clippings, and photographs, relating to Ivy Litvinov, literature, Basic English, and personal affairs. Includes a letter by Joseph Freeman.
Relates to the German occupation of Denmark during World War II and to the formation of the Viking Division of Scandinavian and Dutch volunteers within the Waffen-SS to fight against the Soviet Army.
Memoirs, other writings, correspondence, personal documents, and photographs relating mainly to the "doctors' plot" arrests in the Soviet Union in 1952-1953.
Relates to prisoners of war at the German prison camp Oflag XB, Nienburg-sur-Weser, during World War II.
Relates to the history of Freemasonry in France and the world, and the relationship of Freemasonry to pacifism, communism, the Spanish Civil War, and World War II.
Relates to political purges in the Soviet Union.
Includes explanatory letter by Peter S. Soudakoff, 1966, and an affidavit copy certifying the authenticity of Rasputin's handwriting.
Letters, 1923-1945, from William H. Donald, Australian journalist and adviser to Chiang Kai-shek and other Chinese officials, 1903-1942, relating to historical and political events in China, and letters from Earl Albert Selle, 1946-1947, relating to the preparation of his book...
Photographs, printed matter, and miscellany, depicting political, social, and economic conditions in the Soviet Union.
Writings, correspondence, sound recordings of interviews, reports, memoranda, legal proceedings, internal bulletins, opinion polls, printed matter, and photographs, relating to communism in Latin America; political and economic conditions, and especially laissez-faire economics, in Argentina, elsewhere in Latin America, and Hong...
Relates to mobilization, transportation, and concentration of troops in Austria-Hungary in 1914. Includes translation.
Photographs depicting American military activities in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Satirical collages relating to West German and world politics
Writings, correspondence, diaries, notes, serial issues, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to Romanian participation in the two world wars, Romanian diplomacy and political conditions, the International Labour Organisation, Romanian émigré activities in France, Romanian culture, and the Romanian Orthodox...
Reports, memoranda, and police files, relating to secret police activities and political dissidents in Latvia. Photocopy.
Relates to fertility trends throughout the world, controversy regarding birth control policy, and tobacco use as a cause of mortality.
Radio broadcast transcript relating to Finnish history. Prepared for German government broadcast.
The Diane Ravitch papers consist of speeches and writings, correspondence, printed matter, reports, and studies relating to education in the United States. She is a professor, prolific writer, and an advocate of improvements in American education. Collection includes research materials...
Correspondence, speeches, reports, studies, printed matter, audiovisual material, and memorabilia relating primarily to nuclear energy in the United States, and to Washington state politics. Digital copies of select records also available at
Minutes of meetings and reports relating to relief activities of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration in China at the end of World War II.
Relates to political and economic conditions in Mexico, the Mexican communist movement, and prospects for communism in Mexico.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, press releases, and minutes relating to administration of justice in the American occupation zone in Germany and to the Nuremberg war crime trials.
Relates to debates in the United States from 1912 to 1914 over the question of repealing exemption of coastwise American shipping from Panama Canal tolls.
Writings, correspondence, and photographs, relating to the Polish air force from World War I to World War II. Includes studies by Waclaw Subotkin and Jerzy Wypiórkiewicz relating to Rayski
This collection contains sound recordings, transcripts, correspondence, and other documents related to the radio broadcast series and as well as the LP records (aborted) and . O'Connor Creative Services produced both the radio series and the LPs. A variety of...
Books, clippings, news summaries, other printed matter, lists, indexes, memorabilia, sound recordings, video tapes, and miscellany, relating to the career of Ronald Reagan, his electoral campaigns for governor of California and president of the United States, and his gubernatorial and...
Writings, speeches, interview transcripts, letters, biographical sketches, photographs, and clippings, relating to the founding of the Communist Information Bureau in 1947, activities of the Partito Comunista Italiano, aspects of Italian foreign relations, and socialist political activities in Italy. Includes letters...
Materials in this collection were collected by members of the John and Renee Ream family. The collection is comprised of diaries, memoirs, DVDs and interview transcripts of American civilians interned by the Japanese during their occupation of the Philippines in...
Theses and resolutions, 1937-1939, and summary of interview conducted by Agustín Guillamón and written responses to questions posed by A. Guillamón, 1985, relating to political activities and positions of the Partido Obrero de Unificación Marxista during the Spanish Civil War...
American engineer; director, Advanced Research Projects Agency, United States Department of Defense, 1967-1970; principal deputy director of defense research and engineering, 1970-1971; assistant secretary of defense for telecommunications, 1972-1973.
Relates to the establishment of the United States Office of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation Operations.
Relates to the history of communism. Produced for television by KQED-TV, San Francisco, in cooperation with the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace.
Interview transcript relating to the origins and activities of the Progressive Education Association. Interview conducted by James L. Hymes, Jr.
Correspondence, primarily with Wilhelm Gehlhoff, German economist, concerning conditions in German universities after World Wars I and II. Includes personal letters received by Annemarie Labes, sister of F. Redlich, 1947-1957
Relates to social conditions and Christian missionary work in China.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, notes, curricular material, conference papers and proceedings, and printed matter, relating to the promotion of international education in the United States; Middle Eastern area studies, and especially Turkish studies, in the United States; and activities of...
Depicts military airplanes, troop positions, and war damage in northern France during and immediately after World War I. Most photographs are aerial views.
The collection documents the activities of the Polish Armed Forces with a notable amount of materials focusing on the Armies’ activities in the Soviet Union. The collection is composed of correspondence, telegrams, memoranda, bulletins, reports, military orders and instructions, personnel...
Correspondence, memoranda, writings, legal and financial records, and printed matter, relating to publishing, and to conservative thought in the United States.
Documents the Supreme Court terms of William H. Rehnquist, associate justice from 1972 to 1986 and chief justice from 1986 to 2005. Materials include court case files, administrative files, conference files, correspondence, speeches and writings, book manuscripts, invitations, and other...
Relates to conditions in the German prison camp at Hadamar bei Limberg.
Relates to commerce and trade in Nazi Germany.
Correspondence with regional party organizations, relating to preparations for German national elections of 1930. Includes correspondence of Heinrich Himmler, head of the division.
Pamphlets, leaflets, campaign literature, serial issues, and clippings, relating to general elections in South Africa, South African politics and race relations, and the position of religious groups in South Africa on these issues. Includes issuances of various political parties.
Relates to clandestine preparations for the Allied military landing in North Africa during World War II.
Relates to the German newspaper Frankfurter Zeitung during the Nazi regime in Germany.
Writings and printed matter, relating to education and political conditions in North Korea.
Includes correspondence, writings, notes, and printed matter, relating to international economic conditions, and to national socialism and communism in Germany.
Depicts World War I scenes in France, especially aerial operations; and scenes in China, especially of the Russian fleet, during the Russo-Japanese War.
Correspondence, serial issues, and pamphlets, relating to the Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft and Deutsche Liga für Menschenrechte in Germany, political activities of German socialist refugees in France after 1933, and the German peace activist Carl von Ossietzky
Relates to American and Soviet perceptions of World War II. Includes raw footage; correspondence, and financial and other production records; and a companion book. Production sponsored by the University of California, San Diego, the Roosevelt Center for American Policy Studies,...
Correspondence, writings, notes, studies, speeches, clippings, and printed matter relating to the political and economic development of the Far East, especially China. Digital copies of select records also available at
Depicts the signing of documents of surrender by German authorities at the end of World War II.
Relates to the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. Published (Glasgow, 1954).
Relates to Austrian politics. Interview conducted by Jacques de Launay.
Letters received and miscellany, relating to Office of War Information activities in Egypt during World War II, and to the postwar situation in the Middle East.
Relates to American prisoners in the Japanese prison camp at Los Baños, Philippines. Prepared by released prisoners for the United States Department of State.
Memoirs, correspondence, and business and legal records, relating to efforts of the Societe americaine grecque et malgache to establish a slaughterhouse and meat-processing plant in Madagascar, the forced bankruptcy of the company, the imprisonment of G. S. Reppas, efforts to...
German propaganda distributed to Americans leaving Berlin at the outbreak of World War I.
Set of slides, with accompanying phonotape cassette and printed narrative, relating to the history and culture of Korea, and to political, social and economic conditions in post-World War II South Korea.
Pamphlets, reports, and studies, many of them issued by various California state government agencies, relating to administration of the California state government, especially during the governorship of Ronald Reagan (1967-1974), and particularly to administration of the state prison system. Collected...
The records include research materials accumulated and acquired by the Republican Opposition Research Group during the 1984 presidential election for use in the campaign against Democratic presidential candidates. The records consist of materials such as clippings, press releases, other printed...
Minutes and transcripts of meetings, correspondence, memoranda, financial and legal records, polling data, printed matter, clippings, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to elections and Republican Party activities in California. Includes files of Shawn Steel as party chairman.
Relates to activities of the Tax Association of Alameda County, California, in 1912, and of the United States Food Administration during World War I. Photocopy.
Correspondence, military orders, memoranda, and writings, relating to Allied military operations in World War I, particularly Franco-American military cooperation; to proposals for a treaty of mutual assistance under auspices of the League of Nations, 1922-1923; and to operations of the...
Relates to the X Corps, the Sevastopol' Fortress during World War I and the Russian Civil War, and White Russian and Allied military activities in the Crimea during the Russian Civil War. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).
Reports, correspondence, memoranda, press releases, rosters, personnel records, statistics, financial records, and photographs relating to guerrilla military operations in Nicaragua, financing and supply of guerrilla forces, medical care and administration of justice in guerrilla-controlled areas, truce violations following the end...
The records pertain to an umbrella organization uniting the main components of the armed resistance to the Sandinista government in Nicaragua in the 1980s. They are comprised largely of correspondence, communiqués, clippings, memoranda, press releases, proposals, programs, and reports. Additionally,...
Correspondence, circulars, memoranda, and lists, relating to political conditions in Russia.
Relates to Cuban military involvement in Angola and Namibia. Produced by the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias of Cuba.
Copies of correspondence with the German occupation authorities and minutes of meetings.
Writings, photographs, and miscellany, relating mainly to the medical profession in Russia prior to the Russian Revolution.
Relates to commerce conducted through the port of Tallinn, Estonia, during the Russian Civil War.
Memoranda, correspondence, data sheets, and printed matter, relating to the comparative study of social, political, and economic development in various countries during the twentieth century, and especially to the comparative study of political and military elites in various countries.
Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, postcards, sound recordings of songs, and a video tape, relating to political conditions, civil liberties, and the conditions of women, in Afghanistan.
Relates to description and administration of Bechuanaland. Includes photographs.
Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University. Photocopy.
Relates to political conditions and public opinion in Poland. Photocopy.
Relates to the claim of C. Reymershoffer against the German government for financial losses resulting from the deposit of his savings in German banks and the subsequent loss of value of German currency. Petition addressed to the United States Senate.
Relates to activities of the American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia
Correspondence with Stanford University alumni in the American armed forces, relating to military life and the home front in the United States during World War II
Relates to international scientific support for the dissident Soviet physicist Andrei Sakharov. Ph.D. dissertation, McGill University.
Relates to American civilian air transportation under military contract during World War II, and to activities of the headquarters of General Douglas MacArthur in the Pacific Theater. Photocopy.
Relates to the national composition of the West Prussian and Posen populations. Original article published in the Deutsche wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift für Polen (1926).
Copies of letters, clippings, and miscellanea, relating to C. Rhodes, to the Rhodes scholarships, and to the Rhodes Scholar reunion at Oxford University in 1929. Includes a copy of the will of C. Rhodes
Relates to the Indian campaign of 1890-1891; the expedition to Santiago de Cuba, 1898; the China Relief Expedition, 1900; the Philippine insurgency, 1901-1903; and a secret mission to Mexico, 1911. Photocopy.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, memoranda, legal documents, staff studies, and memorabilia, relating to the American atom bomb project during World War II, political issues before the United States Senate during the 1960s, veterans' affairs, and the postal service.
Relates to activities of the White Russian commander Baron Roman Ungern-Shternberg in Mongolia during the Russian Civil War. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and printed matter, relating to the administration and financing of higher education, the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, the Mountain States Regional Medical Program, and the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems
Letters, printed articles, book reviews, and clippings, relating to various aspects of education, especially the role of ritual in education, and the Congreso de las Américas.
Memoranda and reports relating to Allied World War II policy planning for the post-war period. Digital copies of select records also available at
Photographs, resolutions, and letters of gratitude, relating to relief work in Styria, Austria, and in Odessa, Russia, and to the University of Vienna Children's Clinic.
Printed matter, clippings, and badges relating to the League to Enforce Peace; the American Red Cross; a 1919 reception for President Woodrow Wilson in Omaha, Nebraska; and women's suffrage in Nebraska.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, speeches and writings, photographs, and printed matter relating to international relations; education; the role of radio and television in education; the 1930 White House Conference on Child Health and Protection; American Higher Education conferences; Herbert Hoover;...
Correspondence, writings, reports, memoranda, financial records, meeting materials, printed matter, and photographs relating to American foreign and cultural relations, international relief efforts, and the promotion of international democratic institutions.
Correspondence, bulletins, directives, maps, and photographs relating to American military operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II and the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I.
Bulletins, leaflets, clippings, and ephemeral printed matter and mimeographed material, primarily issued at the Universität Hamburg by student protest groups, relating to the university and to German and world politics. Includes some material relating to West German student radicalism.
Memoranda, correspondence, and forms, submitted by R. Richter as part of the required application for membership in the Schutzstaffel of the German Nazi Party, relating to his genealogy.
Clippings and notes, relating to political, social, and economic conditions in China and to Chinese history, foreign relations, and civilization.
Reports and other writings, relating to the role of elementary school textbooks in socialization in China; and microfilm of five elementary school textbooks published in South Vietnam, 1964-1973.
Private, German army; guard at Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
Correspondence, writings, pamphlets, clippings, and photographs, relating primarily to the temperance movement in France and the United States, pacifism, international arbitration, the Society for Arbitration between Nations, Alfred Nobel and the Nobel Peace Prize.
Relates to philosophy.
Relates to conditions in Allied prison camps after World War II
Memoirs, correspondence, judicial documents, videotape cassettes, and photographs, relating to political prisoners in East Germany. Includes judicial documents of and videotape cassette interviews with other prisoners.
Notes, educational material, and printed matter, relating to missionary work of the Young Women's Christian Association in Chefoo, China; to 1931 flood relief in China; and to other missionary activities in China
Logbooks, individual service records, and miscellany relating to police activities in Riga, Latvia.
Clandestine serial issues, other writings, and printed matter, relating to the ecumenical movement in the Soviet Union, political dissent, conditions in psychiatric hospitals, and Russian and Latvian culture.
Treaty between Poland and Russia, signed at Riga, 1920 October 11, halting the Russo-Polish War.
Memoirs and correspondence, relating to Turkish atrocities against Armenians in 1915; the expulsion of Americans from Turkey, 1920-1921; Turkish-American relations; and conditions in Greece during World War II.
Relates to religion in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
Notes and summaries for a projected series of publications, relating to the history of the Netherlands during World War II.
Relates to the 300th anniversary of the founding of Harvard University. Photocopy.
Surveys of buildings and other property in China.
Identification and other personal documents, printed matter, and miscellany, relating mainly to Latvia.
Pamphlets, serial issues, and memorabilia, relating to civil rights in Hong Kong. Includes a plaster statuette commemorating the Tiananmen Square incident in Beijing in 1989.
Memoranda and printed matter, relating to League of Nations cooperation with American Relief Administration activities in Russia, the attitude of Aleksandr Kerensky in 1921 toward American Relief Administration activities in Russia, and subsequent Soviet attitudes toward American Relief Administration activities...
Relates to military operations of the 503rd Parachute Infantry Regiment in the New Guinea campaign during World War II, especially to the parachute landing at Nadzab, New Guinea, and to circumstances surrounding the death and presumed suicide of the regimental...
Correspondence and writings, relating primarily to Yugoslav military operations and diplomacy during World War II, and to postwar Yugoslav émigré affairs. Includes postwar correspondence between D. T. Simović and Winston Churchill, and a book-length study by D. N. Ristić relating...
Interviews with Panamanian politicians, journalists, businessmen, and university officials, relating to political, economic and human rights conditions in Panama
Compilation of transcripts from letters, relating to conditions on the British home front during World War II.
Writings, including Kirche und Internationale Ordnung, relating to the ecumenical movement and world peace, and Die Fälschung des deutschen Geschichtbildes im Hitlerreich, relating to the falsification of the German historical image in the Hitler Reich
Sound and videotape recordings of speeches by Ronald Reagan, relating to American politics. Includes a printed article by K. W. Ritter relating to Reagan as a rhetorician.
Relates to detention of ten leading German physicists in Great Britain from May to December 1945. Reports include transcripts of surreptitious sound recordings of conversations among the physicists, relating to German nuclear research during World War II, and to reactions...
Writings and notes, relating to philosophy and sociology.
Collection relates to Allied propaganda, primarily British, during World War I, and to medical aspects of the war, especially activities of the American Red Cross
Correspondence, writings, photocopies of contracts, and printed matter, relating to a project of the George Peabody College for Teachers to provide technical assistance for the improvement of education in South Korea.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, programmatic statements, agreements, memoranda, press releases, and printed matter, relating to the Nicaraguan revolution of 1979, political and human rights conditions in Nicaragua under the Sandinista government, activities of anti-Sandinista Nicaraguan resistance organizations, relations between these...
Computer disk and printed matter relating to Robert Purdy, American bomber pilot during World War II and German prisoner of war.
Dispatches, reports, memoranda, and sound recordings relating to negotiations and plans for the transfer of Hong Kong from British to Chinese sovereignty. Includes photocopies of United States State Department documents released under the Freedom of Information Act; drafts of the...
Memoranda, reports, operations journal, rosters, notes, charts, maps, military studies, and intelligence summaries relating to the operations of the Allied armed forces in, and the Japanese occupation of, Burma during World War II, as well as to operations in the...
Transcript of interview relating to American military operations during World War II, especially V Corps activities on D-Day, and to postwar Army Reserve activities; printed matter; and an album of photographs depicting the return to the United States from service...
Correspondence, clippings, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to American Red Cross relief work in Siberia during the Russian Civil War.
Letters to family members, relating to the concluding phases of World War II in Europe, and to American military government policies in occupied Austria, especially in Wels.
Writings, correspondence, photocopies of government documents, printed matter, photographs, and audiovisual material relating to the early history of aviation in China and to American involvement with Chinese aviation prior to World War II. Includes biographical data on the early Chinese...
Writings, copies of correspondence, and a pamphlet, relating to the battle of Kasserine Pass during World War II; to the book by Martin Blumenson, entitled Kasserine Pass (Boston, 1967); and to centralization of the American armed forces in 1947. Includes...
Writings, printed matter, and phonorecords, relating to American naval operations in World War II, the bombing of the Marblehead in 1942, and trials of Japanese accused of war crimes.
Depicts V. I. Lenin playing chess against Woodrow Wilson, David Lloyd George and Georges Clemenceau.
Relates to business enterprise and to American foreign relations during the presidential administration of Gerald R. Ford.
Speech, interview summaries, and diary entries, relating to Herbert Hoover as President, and to meetings between Hoover and Robinson.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, minutes of meetings, memoranda, conference documents, notes, and printed matter, relating to the United States Council of National Defense during World War I, the Paris Peace Conference, the Allied Supreme Economic Council, the Dawes and...
Published (New York, 1958). By J. Robinson and Philip Friedman.
Drafts of the books by Peter Robinson, It's My Party: A Republican's Messy Love Affair with the GOP (New York, 2000), and How Ronald Reagan Changed My Life (New York, 2003), and correspondence and research materials used in their preparation....
Reports, speeches, and writings, relating to federal control of education, and to socialist and communist movements in the United States
Correspondence, press releases, memoranda, speech, and clippings, relating to the election campaign of Ronald Reagan for governor of California in 1966, and to California state politics during his gubernatorial administration.
Sound recording of a speech delivered at Brown University, relating to fascist political perspectives in the United States.
Court-martial transcript, legal records, personnel records, correspondence, writings, and printed matter, relating to the court-martial of L. P. Rockwood for an unauthorized attempt to investigate human rights conditions in Haiti, and to issues of American military obligations regarding human rights.
Depicts General J. J. Pershing, scenes at his headquarters, and activities of American troops elsewhere in France during World War I.
Relates to operations of the American Relief Administration. M.A. thesis, Fresno State College. Photocopy.
Relates to the Russian Revolution.
Safe-conducts, passes, and identity cards issued for French military zones during World War I.
Correspondence and diaries, relating to proposals for psychological warfare activities during World War II.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, polling data, briefing books, press releases, clippings, other printed matter, video tapes, and sound recordings relating to political conditions in the United States, and especially to the gubernatorial and presidential administrations of Ronald Reagan.
Correspondence, writings, conference materials, grant proposals, and printed matter, relating to efforts to promote contact between Cuba and the Cuban diaspora, and to promote democratic and human rights reforms in Cuba. Includes financial records of the Asociación Encuentro de la...
Autobiography and study relating to intelligence and state security activities of the Ministerio del Interior of Cuba.
Correspondence, writings, and reports, relating to Russian efforts in World War I, the Russian Revolution and Civil War, and anti-Bolshevik movements. Includes letters and reports to Generals Vrangel' and Denikin.
Relates to the characters of President Herbert Hoover, Secretary of State Henry L. Stimson, and Supreme Court Justices Oliver Wendell Holmes and Louis D. Brandeis. Photocopy.
Relates to the Russian Revolution of February 1917.
Field messages, annotated maps, and notes, relating to activities of the United States 36th Division in the Meuse-Argonne region during World War I.
Depicts Serbian troops and scenes of military activity in Serbia during World War I. Copy.
The collection contains speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, and printed matter related to laissez-faire economics and to economic conditions and higher education in the United States.
Correspondence, writings, notes, and printed matter, relating to Russian history, aspects of European and Jewish history, and Russian studies in the United States.
Relates to operations of the American naval cruiser Oakland in the Pacific Theater during World War II, and to postwar United States Navy Supply Corps activities.
Map and sketches of Fort Ross, California.
Correspondence and printed matter, relating to the communist and pacifist movements in France, especially the Association républicaine des anciens combattants. Includes correspondence of Henri Barbusse, Guy Jerram, and other pro-communist French intellectuals.
Personal documents, newspaper issues, scrapbooks, photographs, and postcards relating to Allied nursing in France during World War I.
Relates to military service conditions in the United States and subsequently in France, Austria and Germany during and after World War II. Mainly letters from R. Romain to his wife.
Newspapers, other printed matter, election campaign literature, writings, internal government and communist party documents, and miscellany, relating to the Romanian economy; youth organizations; the history of Transylvania; national minorities in Romania; Hungarian, Soviet and Bulgarian historiography regarding Romania; the overthrow...
Minutes, reports, correspondence, financial and legal records, printed matter, and photographs, relating to post-World War II Romanian refugees and Romanian émigréaffairs.
Relates to political conditions and rural social structure in Romania between the two world wars.
Correspondence, printed matter, personal documents, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to the House of Romanov.
Correspondence, memoirs, other writings, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia relating to the Russian aristocracy and to Russian émigré affairs following the Russian Revolution.
Correspondence, serial issue, sound recording, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to political repression and oppositional activity in Poland. Includes papers of Zofia Romaszewski, wife of Zbigniew Romaszewski and also a political prisoner. Also includes photocopies of Polish state security agency dossiers...
Relates to Polish nationalism in Lithuania during World Wars I and II, and to the deportation of E. Romer to the Soviet Union during World War II. Covers the years 1914-1923 and 1939-1943. Photocopy.
Relates to conditions of Polish deportees in the Soviet Union during World War II. Photocopy.
Correspondence, memoranda, speeches and writings, reports, telegrams, minutes of meetings, clippings, and printed matter, relating to political events in Poland, Polish foreign relations, and Polish emigré politics
Pamphlets, leaflets, serial issues, studies, reports, and synopses of intelligence documents relating to the Communist International, communism and communist front organizations in the United States, Soviet espionage and covert operations, and propaganda and psychological warfare, especially during World War II.
Depicts Polish broadcasting activities of Radio Free Europe.
Relates to banking in various countries of the Middle East. Photocopy.
Arrest and trial records of the Latvian diplomat Karlis-Ludvigs Seja and other Latvian politicians, diplomats and generals, relating to political offenses in the Soviet Union. Includes correspondence, memoirs and diary of Seja. Photocopy.
Relates to the use of railroads in Russia during World War I.
Relates to American domestic politics and foreign policy. Issued by the National Broadcasting Company, 1946.
Correspondence, writings, reports, printed matter, clippings, and memorabilia, relating to the history and activities of the League of Red Cross Societies, and to archival sources documenting them.
Depicts scenes of daily life and troops and armaments in Germany during the Nazi period.
Writings, correspondence, notes, printed matter, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to German national socialist use of motion pictures in propaganda. Includes sound track recordings of Nazi newsreels and sound recordings of English translations. Also includes study of radio transmission of...
The Jerry Allan Rose papers consist of Rose's personal and work related materials, including writings, correspondence, notes, reports, studies, printed matter, and audiovisual materials. A majority of the materials relate to the Vietnam War and to political and social conditions...
Relates to a visit by veterans and widows of veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade to Spain in 1986 on the fiftieth anniversary of the beginning of the Spanish Civil War. Photocopy.
Reports, letters, and clippings, relating to the American Jewish Philanthropic Fund and to the immigration of Soviet Jews to Israel.
Relates to a conversation between A. Rosenberg and Lord Kimsley on the subject of Anglo-German relations.
Two reports, entitled "General Résumé, Russian Situation," and "Memorandum on Russian Affairs," relating to political and economic conditions and relief needs in Russia.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Radio Free Europe broadcasting operations to Poland.
Relates to political aspects of textbook selection in public schools. Written for the Childhood and Government Project, Earl Warren Legal Institute, University of California, Berkeley.
Proclamations, leaflets, letters, postcards, and miscellany, relating primarily to the Belgian resistance movement during World War II, and to Allied military occupation of Belgium at the conclusion of the war.
Relates to the law of the Jewish settlement area Theresienstadt.
Relates to German military operations during World War I.
Relates to discussions with Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru of India in 1948-1949, regarding world politics. Translated and edited by Richard P. Stebbins.
Correspondence, minutes of meetings, notes, reports, printed matter, and photographs, relating to activities of the U.S. Army Transportation Corps in Europe during World War II
Personnel files, orders, correspondence, certificates, clippings, and photographs, relating to pilot training in the United States during World War II, postwar American military assistance to Denmark, and miscellaneous aspects of American military aviation.
Reports, bulletins, and letters, relating to the Algerian revolution and civil war, and especially to atrocities in Algeria. Includes many official informational bulletins of the French government in Algeria
Letters and memorandum, relating to President JoséFigueres Ferrer of Costa Rica, and to various aspects of Costa Rican politics and Costa Rican relations with Nicaragua. Includes correspondence with Figueres. Photocopy.
Correspondence and memoranda relating to law enforcement aspects of Treasury Department activities, including investigation of dumping of foreign goods, violations of customs laws, and the international narcotics traffic.
Notice of change of address of party headquarters in Geneva, 1904; broadside relating to tsarist agents provocateurs and the trial of socialist deputies of the Duma, 1907; and proclamation by the Vpered Group relating to internal party politics, ca. 1910.
Relates to economic, financial and legal conditions in the Soviet Union.
Russian émigré community in Belgium and other European countries over the time of the Russian Civil War, World War II, and cold war period includes correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, printed and other material
Relates to a conversation with the former chairman of the Dutch Socialist Party, concerning the dissolution of the Dutch Socialist Party in the German-occupied Netherlands.
Policy directives and memoranda, relating to American propaganda during World War II, and to immediate postwar attitudes of American soldiers toward France and Germany.
Writings, reports, notes and outlines for lectures, clippings, memorabilia, and syllabi for courses in Russian high schools in Paris, relating to Russian history from 1850 to 1940, French history, and logic.
Correspondence, memoranda, and reports, relating to activities of the Atomic Energy Commission in developing commercial applications of isotopes and radioisotopes.
Relates to the Hungarian Soviet Republic. Translated by Eupemie Emiger.
The Donald Rothchild papers consist of writings, research materials, and printed matter, all of which relate to Rothchild’s lengthy career as a political scientist. A specialist in the study of modern African politics and society, Rothchild had a particular interest...
Orders, memoranda, letters, and certificates, relating to dental service in the United States Army during World War II.
Programs, leaflets, clippings, letters, and printed matter, relating to the Jewish community in Germany and Switzerland and to Zionist activities prior to and during World War II.
Writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, printed matter, photographs, and sound recordings relating to the United Nations, American foreign policy (especially in Asia), promotion of the study of international relations, and administration and activities of the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Mills College,...
Correspondence, writings, clippings, photographs, slides, and miscellanea, relating to Slavs in the U.S., and politics, social conditions, and education in Eastern Europe, especially the Balkan countries
Relates to German atrocities against French civilians in 1944.
Relates to the book by Albert Kammerer, La Véritésur l'Armistice (Paris, 1944), on the French surrender in 1940. Article published in Questions actuelles (No. 23, August-September 1946)
Relates to Europeans in China. Produced by Ronald Levaco. Includes raw footage and sound recordings used in the production.
Relates to prospects for the development of psychological warfare.
Correspondence, memoranda, orders, printed matter, and photographs, relating to French and American aerial operations in World War I, and to Allied intelligence operations in North Africa preceding Allied landings in 1942. Digital copies of select records also available at
Writings, correspondence, military orders, maps, photographs, clippings, and reports relating to the exploit of Andrew Summers Rowan in carrying the "message to Garcia" during the Spanish-American War, and to other American military activities in Cuba and in the Philippines during...
Correspondence, speeches and writings, notes, reports, printed matter, photographs, slides, phonotapes, microfilm, maps, postcards, and memorabilia relating to Chinese history and foreign relations, Asian area studies, Japanese World War II propaganda, application of the People's Republic of China for admission...
Relates to the anti-communist movement in the United States. Published in the San Francisco Chronicle, May 14, 1934.
Reports, drafts, and memoranda relating to the writing of the revised Japanese constitution. Digital copies of select records also available at
Correspondence, speeches and writings, notes, reports, memoranda, meeting materials, studies, printed matter, photographs, and videorecordings relating to American economic and foreign policy, defenses and military policy, arms control, oil and nuclear energy sources, peaceful nuclear excavation, and the Persian Gulf...
Broadsides, flyers, and posters issued by Red Guards relating to the Chinese Cultural Revolution.
Relates to writings of German socialist Friedrich Engels on the subject of national minorities in the Revolution of 1848-1849.
Correspondence, writings, printed matter, and audiovisual material relating to communism and to political conditions in Eastern Europe. Includes records of the Institute for the Study of Economic and Political Freedom.
Relates to operations of the 29th Division during World War I and to the imprisonment of A. N. Rozenshil'd-Paulin in a German prison camp.
Broadcast scripts, and memoranda, relating to Radio Free Europe broadcasts to Poland.
Printed matter, relating to the Zhongguo guo min dang, and to the government of Taiwan.
Writings, technical reports, reprints, lectures, correspondence, notes, and printed matter, relating to physics.
Writings, pamphlets, serial issues, and miscellanea, relating to the history and philosophy of anarchism. Includes a book-length study by H. N. Rudenko-Rudolph, expounding anarchism, and tracing the nineteenth and twentieth century history of the movement, especially in the United States,...
Correspondence, photographs, and miscellany, relating to Russian aviation in World War I, and White Russian military activities during the Russian Civil War.
Certificates, naval records, printed matter, photographs, paintings, medals and memorabilia, relating to Austro-Hungarian submarine operations during World War I.
Serial issues, bulletins, and other printed matter, relating to civil liberties and political conditions in Poland. Includes underground dissident publications from Poland and supporting publications published in other countries.
Poetry relating to German war policy during World War I.
Correspondence, writings, notes, printed matter, personal documents, and photographs, relating to economic theory, economic conditions in the United States and the world, Romanian émigré affairs, economic conditions in post-communist Romania, and the International Society for Intercommunication of New Ideas. A...
Relates to social conditions and the situation of industry, education, and religion in Russia.
Writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, printed matter, and photographs, relating to international education, international relations and development programs, the College of the Virgin Islands, the United States Peace Corps, the Charles F. Kettering Foundation, and world federalist and other international organizations.
Correspondence, writings, biographical data, and photographs, relating to political conditions in Poland, the defection of Zdzisław Rurarz to the United States in 1981, and international relations.
Correspondence, speeches, memoranda, interview transcripts, financial records, and printed matter, relating to United States foreign relations with Germany and France, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and United States foreign, economic, and defense policy during the administrations of Richard M. Nixon...
Notes kept as a prisoner, photographs, and a computer disk, relating to American prisoners in Japanese prison camps during World War II.
Correspondence, press releases, bulletins, writings, financial records, and printed matter, relating to Latvian émigréaffairs, especially in Brazil.
Depicts German pilots and airplanes on the eastern front during World War I. Includes aerial views of military operations and camps.
Letters by American soldiers, relating to their experiences in France during World War I. Some letters were written from military camps in the United States.
Relates to the Antarctic Treaty of 1959.
Relates to the flight.
Memoranda relating to French administration of the Saar coal mines.
Reports, manuals, letters, press release, certificate, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to public administration and governmental reorganization in the Philippines, and to American economic and technical assistance to the Philippines. Includes a set of printed reports of the...
Reports, studies, letters, memoranda, dossiers, notes, bulletins, pamphlets, serial issues, clippings, printed ephemera, and audiovisual material relating to communism and subversion in the United States, primarily in the post-World War II period. Includes material generated by the United States Army...
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, position papers, resolutions, and minutes, relating to activities of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO.
Depicts American naval vessels, coast artillery emplacements, and Army, Navy and National Guard personnel on the Pacific coast of Washington State.
Republican campaign literature, relating to Herbert Hoover and the presidential election of 1928.
Depicts Austro-Hungarian prisoners of war attached to the 724th Penzen Detachment at the Khabarovsk Garrison, Priamur Military District, Siberia, during World War I.
Orders, leaflets, and writings, relating to the activities of the Legion during the Russian Civil War. Includes a history of the Legion, entitled The Operations of the Czechoslovak Army in Russia in the Years 1917-1920.
Orders, reports, and a map, relating to Russian military operations in Transcaucasia during World War I.
Relates to Russian military operations during World War I.
Relates to activities of the 10th Corps at the outbreak of World War I.
Intelligence reports from agents in the field and the Paris office, dispatches, circulars, headquarters studies, correspondence of revolutionaries, and photographs, relating to activities of Russian revolutionists abroad. Collection is available on microfilm (509 reels). Digital copies of select records also...
Relates to the attempted coup of August 1991 in the Soviet Union and to the role played by the Kommunisticheskaia Partiia Sovetskogo Soiuza. Photocopy.
Proclamations, speeches, photograph, and translation of proceedings of the Russian Duma, relating to activities of the Duma and to political conditions in Russia.
Relates to expenses of digging canals on the Glukhoozerskaia Farm, an estate of Nicholas II, tsar of Russia.
Correspondence, intelligence reports, orders, and printed matter, relating to Russian-German relations, especially commercial relations
Correspondence, reports, and printed matter, relating to Russian-German relations, especially commercial relations
Correspondence, reports, circulars, instructions, telegrams, and printed matter, relating to Russian-German relations
Correspondence, orders, reports, and printed matter, relating to Russian-German relations
Correspondence, reports, orders, memoranda, and notes, relating to Russian-Württemberg relations
Correspondence, memoranda, and reports, relating to German Russian agricultural colonies, and to resettlement of state peasants on unoccupied land in Russia. Photocopy.
Relates to the illness and death of Alexander III, tsar of Russia.
Dispatches and reports, relating to Russian foreign policy in the Balkans. Photocopy.
Correspondence, communiques, financial records, reports, and printed matter, relating to Greco-Russian relations, the Balkan War of 1912-1913, the Russian Revolution, Russian refugees, and the Russian Orthodox Church. Includes consular records from Turkey and the Balkans.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, financial records, and printed matter, relating to Russian-Norwegian trade and foreign relations, diplomacy during World War I and the Russian Revolution, and Russians in Norway. Includes records of the Russian consulate general in Kristiania before and after...
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, and notes, relating to relations between France and the Russian Provisional Government, the Russian Revolution, counter-revolutionary movements, the Paris Peace Conference, and Russian emigres after the revolution. Entire collection also on microfilm (38 reels).
Correspondence, telegrams, memoranda, reports, agreements, minutes, histories, financial records, lists, and printed matter, relating to Russia's role in World War I, the Russian Revolution and Civil War, activities of the Russian Red Cross, Russian emigres in foreign countries, and operations...
Translation of a summary report of the meeting of the Council of Ministers of Russia, 1914 July 11, relating to the reaction of the Russian government to Austro-Hungarian demands made against Serbia; and a memorandum by Robert C. Binkley, relating...
Military orders and directives issued by the Supreme Command, 1914-1915, and clippings collected by the Supreme Command, 1914-1917, relating to World War I military campaigns, principally on the Eastern front.
Relates to the financial operations of the Russian Volunteer Army.
Relates to Russian military activities in World War I. Photocopy.
Correspondence, reports, orders, and printed matter, relating to Russian-German naval relations, and to Russian purchases of ships, ordnance, and naval equipment from German firms.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, lists, charts, and printed matter, relating to military relations between Russia and France
Letters, telegrams, contracts, minutes, receipts, memoranda, reports, accounts, declarations, requests, orders, instructions, packing and shipping specifications, invoices, insurance policies, bills of lading, blueprints, tables, diagrams, certificates, and lists, relating to the Japanese Army, political movements in Japan, and the purchase...
Relates to agricultural policy in the Soviet Union.
Correspondence, reports, financial records, photographs, and video tapes, relating to American agricultural assistance to Russia and Ukraine.
The collection is comprised of serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, and circulated documents issued by Russian independent trade unions, relating to the labor movement in the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Russia.
Photographs, postcards, glass plates, and slides, depicting industrial, economic, cultural, religious, and military scenes in imperial Russia and the Soviet Union, scenes of daily life, scenes from notable historical events, especially the Russian Revolution, and prominent personalities from the tsarist...
Relates to the financial situation of the Russian government. Study published in Agence économique et financière (August 2, 1923). Translated by S. Uget.
Correspondence, subscription files, unpublished articles submitted for publication, clippings, and printed matter, relating to Russian and Soviet literature, politics and government, history, and political and social movements, before and after the Russian Revolution of 1917.
Calls upon the peoples of France, England, America, and Japan to protest Allied intervention in Russia.
Translated by the Russian Unit Historical Division of the American Relief Administration.
Pamphlets, leaflets, serial issues, clippings, other printed matter, correspondence, memoranda, reports, orders, translations, election campaign literature, video and sound recordings, and memorabilia relating to political, social, and economic conditions in Russia, and in the Russian empire as a whole, the...
Correspondence, programs, clippings, and photographs, relating to Russian émigré theatrical groups in San Francisco.
Relates to the first five-year plan, 1928-1932.
Relates to publications during the period 1917-1922 on the subject of Russian history.
Relates to the structure and operations of the Russian secret service in Russia before the Revolution of 1917. Includes a draft with corrections and annotations.
Relates to activities of a Russian army regiment during World War I.
Leaflet relating to White Russian military activities during the Russian Civil War. Issued by White Russian forces in Azov.
These papers consist of the records of the Russkaia sredniaia shkola v Parizhe, the Russian Secondary school in Paris, which operated from 1920-1961, and graduated more than 1,200 students during that time. A major educational centre for children of Russian...
Reminiscences, letters, studies, bulletins, pamphlets, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to Russian military operations during World War I; White Russian military operations during the Russian Civil War, especially in Siberia; political and economic conditions in the Soviet Union; and...
Relates to instances of religious persecution of the Russian Orthodox Church in the Soviet Union. Includes accounts of events at the Alexandro-Nevskaia Lavra and the All-Russian Church Congress in Moscow, January-February 1918.
Relates to the policy of the great powers toward the communist government of Russia. Addressed to the Washington Naval Conference.
These records consist of select documents of the Russkii obshche-voinskii soiuz, (ROVS), the Russian All-Military Union. Formed by General Petr N. Vrangel' in 1924, ROVS managed to preserve the military structure of the demilitarized White Army in exile, while integrating...
Minutes, correspondence, lists, financial records, and photographs, relating to Russian-American hunting and fishing in the United States.
Minutes, correspondence, and financial records, relating to cultural activities of Russian-Americans.
Relates to the establishment of a filter-ozoning station in Saint Petersburg.
Correspondence, reports, financial records, writings, membership lists, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the study of Russian contributions to American history.
Correspondence, minutes, and reports, relating to Russian émigré participation in agriculture in the United States and Canada.
Relates to the activities of Roman Malinovskii, a tsarist agent who infiltrated the Bolshevik Party in Russia.
Relates to Japanese military and naval operations during the Russo-Japanese War. Printed in Tokyo, on crêpe paper, with color illustrations.
Relates to the Soviet non-aggression treaties of 1926-1932 with the Baltic States and Finland.
Letters, printed matter, and biographical data, relating to the World War II Polish resistance leader Leopold Rutkowski.
Electronic and other bulletins, pamphlets, newsletters, press releases, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions, civil war, and refugees in Rwanda.
Pamphlets and bibliographies, published by the National Committee for World Literacy Programme and the International Institute for Adult Literacy Methods, relating to literacy in Iran.
Tile awarded by Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands in recognition of relief work in aid of the Dutch Red Cross during World War II.
The papers of Paul B. Ryan, an American historian and retired United States Navy Captain, consist of clippings, reports, studies, other printed matter, notes, correspondence, writings, speeches, and photographs relating to Ryan's research on the 1978 Panama Canal treaty, the...
Relates to military police operations, especially with regard to civilian travel control, in Alaska, 1942-1945, and to administration of various prisoner of war camps elsewhere in the United States in 1945.
Correspondence, memoir, and booklet, relating to the Citizens' Military Training Camp program initiated by the United States Army in 1921 to train civilians for service in the United States Army Reserve, and especially to the camp at Fort Snelling, Minnesota.
Correspondence, reports, personal documents, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to relief activities in the Crimea during the Russian Civil War. Includes correspondence with Grand Duchess Ol'ga Aleksandrovna.
Pamphlets, newspaper and magazine issues, and other printed matter, illustrating World War I humor through cartoons and caricatures.
Excerpts from study published in Tashkent, relating to the Russian Revolution in Turkestan, 1917-1919.
Press releases and press summaries, relating to American administration of the Ryukyu Islands, internal conditions on the Ryukyu Islands, and Okinawan press opinion concerning American administration, American-Japanese relations, and prospective return of the Ryukyu Islands to Japan.