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 to Nadezhda Krupskaya and V. I. Lenin.
Relates to American neutrality in World War II, the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor and the Philippines, and the first weeks of American participation in the war. Includes speeches by President Franklin D. Roosevelt of the United States and Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Great Britain, and newscasts. Sound use copies available.
Correspondence, reports, conference papers, notes, writings, printed matter, and sound recordings, relating to the Mitteleuropa movement, miscellaneous aspects of twentieth-century European, especially German, history, and the ideas of the German nationalist writer Paul Rohrbach. Includes sound recordings of World War I songs and of speeches by Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, Joseph Goebbels, Konrad Adenauer and Theodor Heuss.