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.
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 the activities of Ernst von Weizsaecker as secretary of state in the German Foreign Office, 1938-1943, and to the war crime charges brought against Weizsaecker at the Nuremberg trials. Includes translation.
Correspondence, writings, notes, and clippings, relating to attitudes of the British and American governments toward publication of captured German documents appearing as Documents on German Foreign Policy, 1918-1945 (Washington and London, 1949-1983), especially in relation to the Duke of Windsor.
Memoranda, reports, and interrogation transcripts, relating to legal questions of ownership and copyright of diaries of the German Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels. Includes photocopies of entries from Goebbels diaries, 1941-1944, at the Bundesarchiv, Koblenz; photocopies of Goebbels press conference transcripts, 1943, at the Bundesarchiv; and translations of entries from Goebbels diaries, 1925-1926, at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace.
Sound recordings and transcripts of interviews, correspondence, reports, drafts of writings, notes, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American secret service activities in Germany during World War II. Used as research material for the book by J. E. Persico, Piercing the Reich (1979). Includes photocopies of records of the United States Office of Strategic Services. Digital use copies of selected items also available.
Correspondence, clippings, and questionnaires, relating to separate polls of Stanford University faculty members, conducted by Herbert Hoover and L. M. Terman respectively in the fall of 1941, concerning the question of American intervention in World War II. Includes correspondence with Herbert Hoover.
Correspondence, minutes, reports, studies, financial records, press releases, speeches, newsletters, campaign literature, clippings, photographs, and other audiovisual material, relating to the issue of American neutrality in World War II. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.