Reports, correspondence, memoranda, statistics, writings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to naval medical research, especially with regard to nutrition and effects of severe malnourishment; public health administration by Allied occupation authorities in post-World War II Germany; and extent of malnourishment in postwar Germany. Includes related papers of Commander Harry J. Alvis, United States Navy Medical Corps.
Memoranda, letters, manuals, and newspaper issues, relating to Allied censorship of radio and the press in occupied territories during World War II, and in Germany immediately after the war. Includes slides of scenes of work and other daily activity in Germany during the Nazi period.
Letters, reports, and memoranda, relating to the political and economic situation in Germany and in Eastern Europe, primarily from 1945-1949, the Nuremberg war crime trials, and communism in Germany after World War II.
Identification papers, government documents, certificates, and photographs, relating to activities of various members of the related Buteweg and Nell families, and especially reflecting conditions on the home front in Germany during World War II and subsequently during the Allied occupation.
Serial issues, broadsides, handbills, and pamphlets, mainly issued by resistance groups in Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, France, Italy, Poland, Yugoslavia, and other German-occupied countries during World War II. Includes some issuances of anti-German groups in exile, some issuances of American occupation forces in Germany at the end of World War II, and a few World War I items. Some items are photographic reproductions. Collected by the War Library of the Cleveland Public Library.
Reports, correspondence, pamphlets, leaflets, and radio transcripts, relating to Allied propaganda in Europe during World War II, analysis of German propaganda, evaluation of wartime German morale, and German public opinion during the postwar Allied occupation. Includes reports of interrogations of German prisoners of war.
Letters, diaries, reports, orders, personnel records, printed matter, and photographs, relating primarily to conditions in Germany under Allied occupation after World War II, and to the educational policy of the Allied military government, especially in Munich.
Photographs of scenes at the Nuremberg war crime trials of major Nazi war criminals, miscellaneous mimeographed and printed material issued during the trial, organization charts of the Nazi high command, and photographs of major Allied military leaders in Germany in 1945.
United States Army manuals, maps, charts, and miscellany, relating primarily to United States Army ordnance during World War II. Also includes material relating to postwar military intelligence activities, the military occupation of Germany following both world wars, miscellaneous aspects of both world wars, and post-World War II Soviet tanks.
Correspondence, reports, journalistic dispatches, and other material, relating to German and Soviet politics and diplomacy in the interwar period, and to Allied military administration of Germany at the end of World War II. Includes a copy of the logbook of the submarine that sank the Lusitania, 1915, and correspondence with Georgiĭ Chicherin and Karl von Wiegand.
Correspondence, writings, and printed matter, relating to social and political conditions in Russia, Japan, and China in the interwar period; the Sino-Japanese conflict; World War II; American relations with China; Germany in the post-World War II reconstruction period; social and political developments in the Middle East; and anticommunism in the United States.
Relates to letters of appeal from Reinhold Mayer, minister president of Baden-Württemberg, to Lucius D. Clay, United States High Commissioner for Germany, protesting Allied industrial dismantling in Germany.
Minutes, reports, speech, and printed matter, relating primarily to the meetings of the Council of Foreign Ministers in Moscow, London, and Washington, D.C., 1947. Includes an account by F. E. Oppenheimer of the signing of the German surrender to the Allies in Berlin, 1945 May 8.
Correspondence, reports, translations of memoirs, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the anti-Nazi movement in Germany during World War II, and to postwar labor in occupied Germany. Includes papers of Hanna Silver, a Jewish resident of Germany during the war and subsequently wife of George Silver.