Relates to conditions in Germany under national socialism, persecution of Jews, the journey of Charlotte Stein-Pick in 1939 from Germany to Western Europe and ultimately the United States, and her return visit to Germany in 1951.
Relates to the early lives of the brothers Gregor and Otto Strasser, their early prominence in the Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei, the development of differences between them and Adolf Hitler, the assassination of Gregor Strasser in 1934, and the anti-Nazi activities and later life of Otto Strasser.
Writings, press releases, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to allegations of participation in World War II war crimes by Austrian President Kurt Waldheim, to public reaction to the charges in Austria, and to reflections on the significance of the national socialist period in Austrian history.
Reports, press releases, letters, and printed matter, relating to allegations of participation in World War II war crimes by President Kurt Waldheim of Austria, to public reaction to the charges in Austria, and to assessments of the national socialist period in Austrian history.
Phonotape sound recordings of interviews of German women from a variety of societal backgrounds, relating to their experiences and recollections of life in Germany during the Nazi period. Used as research material for the book by Alison Owings, Frauen: German Women Recall the Third Reich (New Brunswick, N.J., 1993). Sound use copies available.
Relates to Kristallnacht persecution of Jews in Bremen, 1938. Paper entered in the Schülerwettbewerb deutsche Geschichte um den Preis des Bundespräsidenten. Includes material describing the competition.
Printed article (in German) by J. W. Baird, relating to the political testament of the German Nazi leader Julius Streicher; typescript translation of the article; sound recording of an interview of Captain John Dolibois, American military interrogator of Streicher at Nuremberg; and videotape of a lecture by Dolibois on Streicher.
Relates to the attitude of the Swiss clergy and of the journal Reformierte Schweiz (Reformed Switzerland) toward national socialism in Germany. Published under the names of René Sonderegger and Severin Reinhard (pseudonyms of John Caspari).