Memoirs relating to Bulgaria and Bulgarian émigré politics, and unpublished articles, relating to the Bulgarian Agrarian Union between World Wars I and II, world agriculture, and agriculture in the Soviet Union.
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 émigré politics.
Relates to anti-Bolshevik partisans in Jonis̆kelis County, Lithuania, 1918-1919. Published as Jonis̆kė̇lio Apskrities Partizanai, vol. I (Rome, 1975). Includes correspondence between P. Gudelis and Z̆ibuntas Miks̆ys, and between Miks̆ys and others, 1972-1975, relating to publication of the work.
Memoirs, entitled Uspomene, relating to the formation of the Yugoslav state following World War I and Yugoslav political developments, 1919-1925; and a biography, entitled Nikolas Pachitch (1845-1926) : Histoire d'un Olympien que le Petit Peuple des Serbes a Donné au Monde Politique Européen, relating to the life and political career of Nikola Pašić, prime minister of Serbia and Yugoslavia.
Diary, memoirs, other speeches and writings, and correspondence, relating to Serbian military operations during World War I, political conditions in Yugoslavia during World War II, and Yugoslav foreign policy during World War II.
Reprints extracts from an article by L. M. Farish, entitled Huge Reserves, Poor Technique Characterize Soviet Oil Industry, published in Mining and Metallurgy in June 1940, and letters to the editor prompted by this article, published in Mining and Metallurgy in July 1940, relating to a comparison of economic conditions in the United States and the Soviet Union.
Essays, bulletins, reports, and studies, relating to Poland's boundary disputes following World Wars I and II; events and conditions in Poland under German and Soviet occupations during World War II; Polish-Soviet relations; communism in Poland; and twentieth century Polish agriculture, economy, foreign relations, history, politics, and government. Also available on microfilm (16 reels).
Diaries, speeches and writings, notes, clippings, correspondence, and photographs relating to political events in Poland, Polish foreign relations with China and India, Poland's role in World War II, and activities of Poles in the United States.
Writings and reports, relating to political and economic conditions in Belgium, Canada, Great Britain, France, and the United States as observed on his trip of 1937-1938, to his participation in the July 20, 1944, assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler, and to postwar reconstruction in Germany.