Depicts areas of France in which military operations were conducted during World War I. Some maps include printed or hand-drawn indications of troop positions. A few maps are of French or German origin.
Journal/Periodical — volumes : illustrations ; 38-54 cm
A newspaper initially covering the May 1968 student demonstrations and strike in Paris and later expanding to cover international demonstrations, uprisings, and unrest as well as current events in France.
Correspondence, military documents, clippings, and photographs, relating to American volunteer ambulance drivers in France, and to American volunteer aviators in the French army, during World War I. Includes Nichols family correspondence relating to Alan H. Nichols, and correspondence and military documents of Nichols' brother, John R. Nichols, relating to American volunteer ambulance drivers in the Balkans, Italy and France, and to American Tank Corps operations in France, during World War I.
Radio transcripts, memoranda, reports, correspondence, and pamphlets, relating to broadcasts of the French section of the Office of War Information during World War II, and to the activities of the Committee to Frame a World Constitution.
Relates to activities of the Parti communiste français and of the Confédération générale du travail unitaire, and especially to their relationships to the Communist International and the Red International of Labor Unions, from 1920 to 1934.
Correspondence, writings, printed matter, identification documents, photographs, sound recordings, video tape, and memorabilia, relating to civil liberties and dissent in the Soviet Union, and to Russian émigré affairs. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.