Writings, notes, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to twentieth-century political and social thought, especially with reference to philosophy of history, political ideology and social structure, and especially with reference to France and Europe. Includes hard photocopies of a few items.
Briefing papers, press releases, transcripts of speeches, unpublished studies, published articles, and clippings, relating to the international security situation and conventional force levels in Europe, negotiations concerning them, political changes in Eastern Europe, and their impact on the security situation.
Relates to the naval career of R. R. Pratt, including service on destroyers in the Pacific Theater during World War II, and a variety of postwar assignments in the United States and Europe, and to Pratt family life.
Correspondence, conference proceedings, bulletins, press releases, financial records, booklets, phonotapes, and videotapes, relating to American foreign and domestic policy, the moral and intellectual climate in the Western world, relations between the United States and Europe and the Soviet Union, and international communism and anti-communist movements.
Project proposals, conference papers, and journal articles, relating to the values of Western civilization, the contemporary intellectual climate in Europe and especially France, and the relation of these factors to the course of the Cold War.
Archive/Manuscript — 1 ms. box, 2 envelopes, l framed photograph.
Copies of letters from William II, relating to European diplomacy before World War I. Includes an autographed portrait of William II in 1912; photographs of William II in Morocco in 1905, with Theodore Roosevelt in 1910, and with Paul von Hindenburg and Erich Ludendorff during World War I; and curtains from the railroad car of William II.
Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, flyers, newsletters, and clippings, relating to neo-Nazi and other far right political organizations in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Great Britain, and Europe. Includes the master's thesis by Jim Saleam, "American Nazism in the Context of the American Extreme Right, 1960-1978" (University of Sydney, 1985).
Sound recordings and written summaries of interviews with British, Portuguese and African diplomats, politicians, economic advisers, journalists, and businessmen, relating to the Portuguese revolution of 1974, revolutionary developments in Portuguese colonies, and other aspects of the political situation in southern Africa; Western European communist leaders, relating to the Eurocommunist movement in Western Europe; British civil servants and financial and trade union leaders, relating to British political and economic conditions; and European government officials, relating to the decision-making process in the European communities.
Correspondence, conference papers, agenda, memoranda, studies, press releases, clippings, serial issues, other printed matter, and audiovisual material, relating to French foreign and cultural relations, European defense policy and collective security, and international anti-communist movements.