Archive/Manuscript
Digital file.
Sound recording of interview, relating to social conditions in Germany and to Allied military activities during World War II. Interview conducted by Bradley Bauer.
Hoover Archives
Archive/Manuscript
1 item (1 folder)
Depicts scenes of the West German-East German border. Includes explanatory material.
Hoover Archives
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2 phonotape cassettes (1 ms. box)
Sound recording of interview, relating to social conditions in Germany before, during and after World War II. Interview conducted by Bradley Bauer. Sound use copy available.
Hoover Archives
Archive/Manuscript
1 item (3 v.) (1 ms. box)
Relates to conditions in Germany, the Soviet Union, East Asia and the United States.
Hoover Archives
Archive/Manuscript
3 ms. boxes, 3 oversize boxes.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Sound recordings and transcripts of interviews of leaders of the Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands and of the Partei des Demokratischen Sozialismus, and of other German political and cultural figures, relating to political conditions in East Germany and in reunified Germany. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
Hoover Archives
Archive/Manuscript
1 item (58 p.) (1 folder)
Relates to East Germany and to the unification of Germany.
Hoover Archives
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1 folder.
Correspondence, and printed matter, relating to the reunification of Germany and to subsequent issues of equitable treatment of citizens.
Hoover Archives
Archive/Manuscript
9 ms. boxes.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Pamphlets, brochures, leaflets, flyers, and other ephemeral printed matter, relating to political, social and environmental issues in Germany, and to German foreign relations and development assistance.
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1 v. (53 p.) (1 folder)
Relates to conditions of Polish soldiers in German prison camps during World War II.
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1 ms. box.
Relates to the circumstances of the liberation of prisoners at Dachau by American troops in 1945, especially to the role of Brigadier General Henning Linden; and to the American military occupation of Austria, 1945-1948.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 item (ix, 1304 p.) (2 ms. boxes)
Relates to social conditions in Latvia, Russia and Germany from the 1910s to the 1930s. Published under same title (Los Angeles, 2001).
Hoover Archives
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1 folder.
Journal articles, and a radio address, relating to German politics and the legacy of the East German state.
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1 folder.
Affidavits, passport applications, and correspondence, relating to the internment of M. Kolanik during World War II. Includes correspondence of Michael Kolanik, Jr., with American government officials and others, relating to attempts to secure compensation or recognition for the internment of his father.
Hoover Archives
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1 folder.
Secret protocols of agreements between the German and Soviet governments relating to delineation of spheres of influence in eastern Europe prior to and following the outbreak of World War II.
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1 folder.
Relates to the capture of the Nazi leader Ernst Kaltenbrunner in 1945; a meeting between Joseph Stalin and Harold Stassen in 1947; and a trip on the Trans-Siberian Railroad in 1982.
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1 item (33 p.) (1 folder)
Relates to twentieth-century German and world civilization and history. Interview conducted by Alfred Eichhorn and broadcast on Radio Aktuell (Berlin).
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Archive/Manuscript
1 item (102 p.) (1 folder)
Relates to cultural conditions in Germany in the 1870s, and to the education in Germany of privileged German-Russian children. Attribution of authorship uncertain.
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1 ms. box.
Relates to detention of ten leading German physicists in Great Britain from May to December 1945. Reports include transcripts of surreptitious sound recordings of conversations among the physicists, relating to German nuclear research during World War II, and to reactions to the use of atomic bombs on Japan.
Hoover Archives
Archive/Manuscript
1 item (1 folder)
Relates to German military operations on the Eastern front during World War II. Includes later notes by the author, 1949.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 item (2 oversize boxes)
Depicts significant moments in the history of the Berlin Wall.
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