Photocopies of French and German government documents, relating to internment camps in Vichy France during World War II, and to deportation of Jews and others from Vichy France to German concentration camps. Includes some correspondence and writings of K. W. Schaechter.
Relates to conditions in the Netherlands under German occupation during World War II. Translation by Herman van Maanen. Original Dutch version published as Het oorlogsdagboek van C. Dutilh-van Vollenhoven, edited by Jan Daan Hillen (Rotterdam, 1990). Includes copy of published Dutch version.
Relates to Belgium's role in international affairs, its economic situation, and currents in political ideology in the period 1930-1945, and to the resistance movement in Belgium during World War II. Includes conference program. Conference sponsored by the Centre de recherches et d'études historiques de la seconde guerre mondiale.
Relates to the occupation and administration of Belgium by the Germans during World War II. Published in 1975 by the Royal Academy for Sciences, Literature and Arts of Belgium under the title Het Beleid van het Comité van de Secretarissen-Generaal in België tijdens de Duitse Bezetting, 1940-1944.
Interviews with French military and naval officers, diplomats, and others, relating to the February 1934 disorders in France, the regime of Marshal Philippe Pétain during World War II, the subsequent trial and imprisonment of Pétain, and the postwar Organisation Armée secrète in Algeria. Includes recordings of excerpts from the memoirs and prison letters of General Raoul Salan, head of the Organisation Armée secrète, narrated by A. Figueras.
Writings, drawings, photographs, and reprints, relating to conditions in the Netherlands under German occupation during World War II, and to food relief at the end of the war. Includes a study entitled Wartime Food Problems of the Netherlands.
Depicts aspects of social and political conditions in German-occupied France, 1940-1944, including scenes of leading German political and military figures, German armed forces, and daily life in French towns and villages.