Correspondence, printed matter, and sound recordings of interviews, relating to economics, world politics, and efforts to aid German Jewish refugees to the United States during the 1930s and World War II. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
Reports, pamphlets, and leaflets, relating to the 1929 election campaign of the Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands in Germany; clandestine anti-fascist activities of the party, 1933-1938; conditions in Germany during World War II and wartime activities of German socialists in Great Britain; and social and economic conditions in Soviet-occupied East Germany in 1949. Includes a few communist pamphlets from the 1930s.
Bulletins, press releases, and correspondence, relating to Allied military governmental structure in Germany after World War II, governmental structure in Switzerland, the Common Market, Sudeten Germans, and the views of Senator William E. Jenner on American foreign policy.
Memoirs, thesis, other writings, and printed matter, relating to the career and murder of Hans Paasche, social conditions in Germany during the Weimar and Nazi periods, German émigré life in Japan and the United States, and positions of the Communist International on the colonial question (1919-1929). Includes memoirs by Maria Paasche, wife of John Paasche.
Relates to the social, political and intellectual climate in Germany from the turn of the century through World War I and the Weimar period to the rise of national socialism, and to German émigré life from 1933 through the end of World War II.