Reports, orders, letters, writings, printed matter, and audiovisual material, relating to Jedburgh operations carried out by the Office of Strategic Services in 1944, involving parachuting operatives behind German lines in the Netherlands, Belgium and France to effect liaison with local resistance forces. Includes copies of official records of the operations, and subsequent recollections of veterans of the operations.
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.
Correspondence, writings, reminiscences, reports, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to Roman Catholic missions in China, diplomatic relations between China and the Vatican, and activities of Chinese students in Belgium and elsewhere in Europe. Includes four volumes of printed hard copies of selected documents from the papers (Cahiers de la Revue Théologique de Louvain, No. 5, 7, 9, 12).
Relates to Herbert Hoover and American relief to Belgium during World War I. Speech delivered at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace on the 150th anniversary of Belgian independence. Includes printed condensation.
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.
Reports to Janis Balodis, Latvian deputy prime minister and minister of war, 1938-1940; and minutes of the First and Second Conferences of Latvian Envoys Abroad, at Riga, 1923 and 1935, all relating to Latvian diplomacy.